Fisheries management, aquaculture
A focus of RIU's work is looking at new and improved approaches to fisheries management and aquaculture at various points along the value chains - from production, through storage, processing and marketing, to consumption.
The RIU experiment includes looking at innovative ways of enabling fisheries research to be put into use. In each of the RIU programme sections
there is a description of how this is being done. However the following RIU funded activities relate directly to fisheries management:
RIU Africa Country Programmes
RIU's flagship Africa Country Programmes, through their Innovation Platforms, are looking at:
There are no RIU Best Bets actively looking at aquaculture.
One of the commissioned work programmes is looking at Aqua Shops
RIU Asia Programme
To view more detailed information about a range of research relating to crops, please explore the RNRRS database
- see below.
DFID's Renewable Natural Resources Research Strategy (RNRRS) resulted in a series of project research reports which may be interrogated in
- Research abstracts under topic areas
Using the original RIU topic areas listed in the left-hand menu.
- Natural Resources Knowledge
NRK research outputs are the results of DFID's 10-year Renewable Natural Resources Research Strategy (RNRRS).
- This website...
The search box in the top right-hand corner of this page offers standard Google search across all materials developed by RIU and significant work from the 10 feeder projects over 10 years as part of the RNRRS.
- DFID's Research for Development (R4D) database
External resource - opens in new window.