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Working with journalists in Bangladesh to educate the public on aquatic food systems
Thursday, 2022/06/23 | 08:14:40

WorldFish News; June 19 2022

Figure: Discussions during the session were participatory with journalists asking questions on crucial themes when reporting on aquatic food systems

 

WorldFish in Bangladesh took the initiative to hold an interactive media session on aquatic food systems reporting on 19 June 2022 together with the Bangladesh Agricultural Journalists Forum (BAJF) to increase the media's sensitivity to aquatic food systems in Northwest Bangladesh as well as to share the underlying issues surrounding the aquatic foods sector.  

 

The session was held in Dhaka with 20 journalists from 15 news organizations attending. The technical staff of the Aquaculture: Increasing Income, Diversifying Diets and Empowering Women project in Bangladesh shared with them WorldFish’s work in Bangladesh as well as aquatic food systems in general. 

 

Among the topics covered were aspects of private sector engagement activities, key partnerships, ways of empowering women in aquatic food systems, steps being taken to improve nutritional status, the impact of consuming indigenous species of small fish on household nutrition, the quality of seeds for sustainable aquaculture and initiatives to improve national policies. 

 

See more: https://www.worldfishcenter.org/blog/working-journalists-bangladesh-educate-public-aquatic-food-systems

 

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