GAF5 Program, Abstracts and PPTs

AFS Special Issue 29S ||  The Long Journey to Equality|| Reports ||Programs, Abs, PPTs || Organization ||  Themes ||

Final GAF5 Program can be  downloaded here

DAY 1 : November 12, Wednesday
Release of Asian Fisheries Science Journal Special Issue 27(S): during the inaugural function of the 10ifaf
DAY 2 : November 13, Thursday
Inauguration of GAF5
Welcome Speech Dr. J.K. Jena, Convener, 10IFAFA & Director, NBFGR
Address Dr. Meryl J. Williams, Chair, GAF5
Address Dr. Cherdsak Virapat, DG, NACA
Presidential Address Dr. B. Meenakumari, DDG (FS), ICAR & Co-Chair, GAF5
  Ms. Leena Nair, IAS, Chairman, Marine Products Export Development Authority
Vote of Thanks Dr. Nikita Gopal, Principal Scientist, CIFT & Program Chair, GAF5
S. No. Event
1. Plenary Talk: The AFS Journey to Gender Equality in Aquaculture and Fisheries Dr. Meryl J Williams Abs PPT
2. Plenary Talk: Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries Research in India  Dr. B. Meenakumari, DDG Abs PPT
Session 1: Women fishers, climate change, and natural disasters&Session 2: Methods and approaches in gender planning and budgeting Chair:  Dr.Rashida Binti Shuib
3. Women Fishers Weathering Yolanda: Her stories of Building Resilience in Times of Natural Disasters Marieta Bañez Sumagaysay Abs PPT (5.4Mb)
4. Joining the Dots – Bringing Together Strategy, Women and Men to Address Gender Issue in Aquaculture Chloe English Abs PPT
Session 3: Gender in sustainable fisheries and aquaculture management Chair:  Dr. Leela Edwin, Co-Chair:  Dr. Marie Christine Monfort
5. Beyond Targetting Women: Enhancing Gender Integration in Aquaculture Research for Development in Bangladesh Nasrin Sultana, Paula Kantor and Cathy Farnworth Abs PPT
6. Empowerment of Fisherwomen of Sunderbans through Ornamental Fish Farming Madhumita Mukherjee Abs PPT
7. Gender Dimensions in Shrimp Farming: A Case Study of Shrimp Farm Workers in Thailand Arlene Nietes Satapornvanit, David Little, Kriengkrai Satapornvanit, Wanwichanee Sritha and Francis Murray Abs PPT
8. Gender Inequalities in Access to And Benefits Derived from Natural Fisheries in the Barotse Floodplain, Western Province, Zambia Surendran Rajaratnam, Steven Cole, Catherine Longley Abs PPT
9. Gender in commercial aquaculture in Bangladesh – is there a potential for empowerment? Karolina Kwasek, Paula Kantor, Benjamin Belton, Afrina Choudhury and Michael Phillips Abs PPT
Session 4: Global innovations Chair:  Dr. Derun Yuan, Co-chair: Dr. Shanti. B
10. Women in Fish Value Chain and Collective Business: Case of Processed Fish Traders in Cambodia Kyoko Kusakabe Abs PPT
11. Why an International Women Network in the Seafood Industry is Important? Marie Christine Monfort Abs PPT
12. Experiences of Network for Promotion of Gender in Fisheries Management and Development (NGF) in the Mekong River Basin Dong davanh Sibounthong, Kaing Kim, Amonrat Semwatanakul,and Nguyen Thi Phuong Dzung Abs PPT
13. On the Gender Perspective of “Kadakkodi” (Sea-Court) in Malabar Region of Kerala: Experience from Four Courts of Kasargod District Dinesh, K, Geeji, M.T., Akhil, P.B., Divya, A.S., Samyuktha, M.B., Amal Dev, S. and Mohammed Adnan Abs PPT
14. Special Workshop:  Towards GAF 101 – Mainstreaming Gender into Aquaculture & Fisheries Education Chair: Marilyn Porter Abs PPT
DAY 3: November 14, Friday
Special Workshop: NACA-MARKET Thematic Studies on gender in aquaculture in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam Chair:      Dr. Cherdsak Virapat, Co-chairs:      Dr. Arlene Nietes Satapornvanit, Dr. Nikita Gopal, Ms. Gladys Villacorta
15. NACA/USAID Thematic Studies on Gender in Aquaculture in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam Cherdsak Virapat, Arlene Nietes Satapornvanit*, Nikita Gopal and Gladys Villacorta Abs PPT Project Poster
16. Gender Analysis in Aquaculture Value Chain: A Case Study of Small-Scale Shrimp Aquaculture in Chanthaburi, Thailand Amonrat  Sermwatanakul, Kanit Naksung, Jutarat Kittiwanich and Wilawan Rayan Abs PPT
17. Gender Analysis in Aquaculture Value Chain: A Case Study of Tilapia Cage Culture in Sakhon Nakhon, Thailand Amonrat Sermwatanakul, Kanit Naksung*, Jutarat Kittiwanich and Wilawan Rayan Abs PPT Project Poster
18. Gender in cage cultured Red Tilapia Value Chain in Vietnam Truong Hoang Minh, Nguyen T.K. Quyen and Tran T.T. Hien Abs PPT Poster
19. Gender in Rice-Shrimp Value Chain: A Case Study of Grow-Out Farm in Soc Trang Province, Vietnam Truong Hoang Minh, Nguyen T.K. Quyen* and Tran T.T. Hien Abs PPT
20. Gender Analysis in Aquaculture Value Chain in Cambodia: A Case Study of Fish Pond Farmer Takeo, Kampeng Speu, Cambodia Kao Sochivi, Sovityea Kao* and Srun Limsong Abs PPT (5.1Mb)
FOCUS INDIA : GAF in India : Contributions from researchers, fish workers and grassroots organizations in India Chair:  Dr. B. Meenakumar; Co-chair: Dr. Marieta Bañez Sumagaysay
21. Mainstreaming Gender Concerns in Freshwater Aquaculture Development P. Jayasankar, B.B. Sahu, Nirupama Panda, U.L. Mohanty, S. Behera, D.P. Rath, H.K.De, P.Ananth, Rajesh N., A.K. Dash and P.R. Sahoo Abs PPT (5.5Mb)
22. Diversifying the Livelihoods of Tribal Women Self Help Groups through Adoption of Brackishwater Aquaculture Integrated with Agro-Based Technologies B. Shanthi, P. Mahalakshimi, M. Kailasam, K. Ambasankar, C.P. Balasubramanian and V.S. Chandrasekaran Abs PPT
23. Fusion of Freshwater Aquaculture and Product Value Addition Skill for Mainstreaming Women in Livelihood Generation P. Jayasankar, B.B. Sahu, U.L. Mohanty, S. Behera, N. Panda, D.P. Rath, P. Ananth, A.K. Dash and P.R. Sahoo Abs PPT (6.8Mb)
24. Women’s Self Help Groups in Mussel Farming in Malabar Coasts: A Success Story Vipinkumar V.P, Asokan P.K, Mohamed.K.S and Athira.P.V. Abs PPT
25. Panel Discussion: SSF Guidelines from a feminist perspective. Opportunities and constraints of the SSF Guidelines to address Social Inequality – predominantly from a feminist perspective. Brief introduction to the main framework of the Guidelines. Challenges of women fish vendors and new opportunities – experience from Mumbai Panel: Abs Nalini Nayak PPT Katia Frangoudes PPT Shudawathi Peke PPT
FOCUS INDIA : GAF in India : Contributions from researchers, fish workers and grassroots organizations in India (Contd.) Chair: Dr. B. Meenakumari, Co-chair: Marieta Bañez Sumagaysay
26. Gender Roles in Inland Fisheries of India: A Cross Country Study Ganesh Chandra and A. P. Sharma Abs PPT
27. Aspects of Traditional Knowledge on Women Participation in Fisheries: A Case Study from Manipuri Women of North Eastern India S. Inaotombi and P.C. Mahanta Abs PPT
28. Gendered Perspective on Co-Management and Conservation of Fisheries Resources:Roles and Research Priorities L.K. Tyagi, A.S. Bisht and Amar Pal Abs PPT
29. Decreasing Trend in Participation of Women in Fish Marketing in Patna, Bihar Bibha Kumari Abs PPT
30. Survival of Women Fishers in Securing
Their Household’s Income Under Climate Change:
A Case Study in Pekalongan – Indonesia
Dr. Indah Susilowati Abs PPT
i. Tideland’s Development and Politics and Gender: The Case Study of Saemangeum in South Korea Sun-ae Ii Poster
ii. Technological Changes in the Traditional Ring Seine Sector of Kerala and its Impact on Women’s Employment Leela Edwin, Dhiju Das P. H., Nikita Gopal and B. Meenakaumari Poster
iii. Gender Roles in Fisheries along the Vembanad Estuarine System Sruthi P., Liya Jayalal and Nikita Gopal Poster
iv. Workspaces of Women in the Ornamental Fish Value Chain in Kerala Liya Jayalal, Sruthi P. and Nikita Gopal Poster
v. Status of Migrant Workers in the Seafood Processing Units of Alappuzha, Kerala Chacko Babu, Liya Jayalal, Sruthi P., Jeyanthi P. and Nikita Gopal Poster
Day 4: November 15, Saturday
31. Special Workshop: Gender Aquaculture and Fisheries Writing Workshop PPT Chair: Dr. Meryl Williams, Co-Chair: Piyashi Debroy
Film Shows: By Invitation Chairs:  Dr. Meryl J WIllimas & Dr. B. Meenakumari
32. Wawata Topu – Mermaids of East Timor (2013) [View the film free online!]] Introduced by its Writer and Co-Director, Enrique Alonso PPT
33. Shifting Undercurrents: Seaweeds Collectors of Gulf of Mannar (2012) [View the film free online!] Directed by Rita Banerji for the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)
ICAR Films
34. From CIFA:  Mainstreaming Gender  Concerns in Freshwater Aquaculture – An Introduction  Produced by Director CIFA
35. From CMFRI: ‘The Awakening Saga of Women SHGs in Bivalve Farming in Kerala’ Script and Direction: Dr.Vipinkumar.V.P. Project Leaders: Dr.K.Sunil Mohamed & Dr.P.K.Asokan, Produced by Dr.A. Gopalakrishnan, Director, CMFRI
36. From CIBA: Crab fattening by SHGs Dr.B.Shanthi, Principal Scientist, CIBA Produced by Director CIBA
37. Fusion of Freshwater Aquaculture and Product Value Addiction Skill for Mainstreaming Women in Livelihood Generation Produced by Director CIFA

Meeting report GAF5 Networks Meeting Report and Action Plan

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