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Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

Fish on Farms

Improving household food security and nutrition outcomes, livelihoods and women’s empowerment through a sustainable homestead food production model.

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Welcome to Fish on Farms!

The Fish on Farms project is being jointly conducted by the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Helen Keller International (HKI), with technical assistance from WorldFish, in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia. This project, supported by IDRC and CIDA through the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF), studies how an integrated Homestead Food Production system impacts poverty, food security, and nutrition, particularly among women and children.  This is the first project to rigorously measure the effectiveness of different models of Homestead Food Production at reducing undernutrition using biochemical and anthropometric measurements!

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Helen Keller International - Cambodia
House #43Z43, Street 466
Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkar Mon,
P.O. Box 168, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
Tel: +855-23-210851
Fax: +855-23-210852
Email:
Project Contacts (HKI):
Zaman Talukder - Country Director
Hou Kroeun - Program Manager
Fish on Farms
2205 East Mall,
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4, Canada
Tel: 604-822-6195
Fax: 604-822-5143
Email:
Project Contacts (UBC):
Associate Professor Tim Green
Assistant Professor Judy McLean

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