GAF2 Program, Abs, PPTs

2ND GLOBAL SYMPOSIUM ON GENDER AND FISHERIES

SOLUTIONS THROUGH GENDER RESEARCH

 21 NOVEMBER 2007, Venue: NAYANAR HALL, At the 8TH ASIAN FISHERIES FORUM

 * indicates the Presenter, if more than one author

Session 1 Chair: Dr K. Kusakabe
09:00-09:15 Meryl Williams Why look at fisheries through the gender lens? AbsPPT, Development paper link
09:15-09:30 Ramachandran Chitambaran Nair*, Sathiadas R., Said Koya and Muhasin A. Gendered spaces, technological change and fisheries sustainability A comparative analysis of women in tuna fisheries in Lakshadeep and bivalve fisheries in Kerala. Abs, PPT
09:30-09:45 Barbara Nowak Environmental degradation and its gendered impact on coastal livelihoods options among Btsisi’ households of Peninsular Malaysia. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
09:45-10:00 Nandeesha M.C.* and Manojit Debnath Empower women with aquaculture knowledge and skill to increase fish production. Abs, PPT
10:00-10:15 Marieta Banez-Sumagaysay Enhancing women’s role as natural managers of coastal resources: The case of an Island–Town in thePhilippines. Abs, PPT
10:15-10:30 Katia Frangoudes* and Enora Keromnes Women in artisanal fisheries in Brittany,France. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
 
Session 2 Chair: Dr Marilyn Porter
10:30-10:45 Ram. C. Bhujel*, Madhav K. Shrestha and Jharendu Pant Ethnic women in aquaculture inNepal: A model for participatory research and development. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
10:45-11:00 Rosario H. Asong*, Ida Siason, Ebonia Seraspe, Diana Aure Impact Of Oil Spill On Women, Men And Children In Coastal Areas of A Philippine Island and Assessment of Differential Gender Interventions for Recovery and Rehabilitation. Abs, PPT
11:00-11:15 Chinnaraja.S.*,  V. Senthilkumar, C. Nagaraja and Sudha Nair Strategies for Gender and social inclusion in fisheries technology for sustainable livelihoods in Tsunami affected Area. Abs, PPT
11:15-12:00 Open Discussion of Session I and Session II Panel of Presenters
 
Session 3 Chair: Dr Chao Nai-Hsien
12:00-12:15 Umesh  Goswami Vitamin A-deficiency, Fish eating status and the consumption of other pro-vitamin A-carotenoids among the women of the fishing community of North East India: An analysis of the Gender bias in the family nutrition management. Abs, PPT
12:15-12:30 Ashaletha* and S. Balasubramaniam Gender main streaming in coastal villages – A strategic model. Abs, PPT
12:30-12:45 Krishna Srinath, S. Balasubramaniam, Nikita Gopal, Pravin Puthra, P. George Mathai,S. Ashaletha* Gender mainstreaming in coastal zone management. Abs, PPT
12:45-13:00 Sangeetha K. Prathap* and R. Sathiadas Sustainable empowerment models for Gender mainstreaming in marine fisheries of Kerala. Abs, PPT
 
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
 
Session 4 Chair: Dr S. Hall
14:00-14:15 Charlotte Howard* and Katrien Holvoet From the lake to the plate : Assessing gender vulnerabilities throughout the fisheries chain. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
14:15-14:30 Femeena Hassan* and R. Sathiadhas Enterpreneurial opportunities and challenges for fisherwomen in Kerala. Abs, PPT
14:30-14:45 Marilyn Porter Globalization and women in coastal communities : local experiences in Tanzania. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
14:45-15:00 Nikita Gopal*, Geethalaksmi V, Unnithan G.R. and Jeyanthi P. Women in the seafood processing sector post globalization scenario – an analysis. Abs, PPT
15:00-15:15 Holly M. Hapke  Gendering globalization in the fisheries: a theoretical approach. Abs, PPT
15:15-15:30 Alice Joan Ferrer* and Arthur P. Barrido Contribution to household income and empowerment: the case of married women from fishing households in Guimaras, Philippines. Abs, PPT
 
Session 5 Chair: Dr Chandrika Sharma
15:30-15:45 Nurunnaher and Kyoko Kusakabe* Integrating gender perspectives in aquaculture projects, case study of greater Noakhali  aquaculture project. Abs, PPT
15:45-16:00 Hap Navy* and Wolf Hartmann* Making ‘Gender in fisheries’ stick: A strategic partnership of networks in the lower Mekong Basin. Abs, PPT
16:00-16:15 Arpita Sharma* and Reena V Microfinance In Fisheries Sector: a case study of  Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. Abs, PPT
16:15-16:30 P.Mahalakshmi*, D.Deboral Vimala and M.Krishnan ICTs As A Tool For Women’s Empowerment In Coastal Areas: a comprehensive framework approach. Abs, PPT
16:30-16:45 Deboral Dharmaraj Vimala* and S.Ramachandran Gender Equity in Coastal Aquaculture – a Reality. Abs, PPT
16:45-17:00 Somy Kuriakose* and J. Jayasankar Role of women in Indian marine fisheries – a mining study on census statistics. Abs
 
Session 6 Chair: Dr Marieta Banez-Sumagaysay
17:00-17:15 Vipinkumar V.P. Dynamics of women’s self help groups in Malabar fisheries sector: A case study. Abs, PPT
17:15-17:30 Kripa . V.* and V.G. Surendranathan  Social impact and women empowerment through mussel farming in Kerala, India. Abs, PPT, Development paper link
17:30-17:45 Prabhati Kumari Sahoo*, H.K. Dash and J. Biswal Promoting ornamental fish culture through women participation: some insights. Abs, PPT
17:45-18:00 Biswanath Sadangi*, H.K. Dash and P.K. Sahoo Gender needs in fisheries. Abs, PPT

 

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