Making a Difference
Early program achievements
In 2012 improved technologies enhanced
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CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agriculture Systems (AAS), Value for Money

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CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agriculture Systems (AAS), Value for Money

  1. 1. Making a Difference Early program achievements In 2012 improved technologies enhanced productivity of Bangladesh fish ponds and generated: $ $92m increase in combined annual income $300 per household income from homestead ponds $6000 more income per hectare from commercial fish ponds $2000 more income per hectare from commercial shrimp ponds Outcomes by 2024 6M direct beneficiaries 16M indirect beneficiaries $ 30% increase in income in 2M poor households Improved diets in 1M households Our Impact Pathway Effective partnerships Commitment to people and place Participatory action research Gender transformative approach Learning and networking AAS IDOs System level outcomes Sustainable Development Goals Strengthened capacities Six Participatory Research Themes • Sustainable increases in system productivity • Equitable access to markets • Social-ecological resilience and adaptive capacity • Gender equality • Policies and institutions to empower aquatic agricultural systems users • Knowledge sharing, learning and innovation AAS is led by WorldFish, Bioversity and IWMI with CARE and CRS representing development partners. Contact: Patrick Dugan, Program Director, p.dugan@cgiar.org Gender Transformative Approach Improving understanding of: • How gender roles and norms impact agricultural outcomes • Effective integration of technical and social interventions • Pathways to achieving transformative change Working through Partners to • Improve design and implementation • Enable outcomes at scale • Lead regional scaling in Africa (NEPAD, FARA)

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