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Type Report
Title Learning from the lagoon: Research in development in Solomon Islands
Author(s)
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2016
Publisher CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems. Program Report: AAS-2016-02
City Penang
Country/State Malaysia
URL http://pubs.iclarm.net/resource_centre/AAS-2016-02.pdf
Abstract
A major challenge for international agricultural research is to find ways to improve the nutrition and incomes of people left behind by the Green Revolution. To better address the needs of the most marginal and vulnerable people, the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) developed the research-in-development (RinD) approach. In 2012, WorldFish started to implement RinD in Solomon Islands. By building people’s capacity to analyze and address development problems, actively engaging relevant stakeholders, and linking research to these processes, RinD aims to develop an alternative approach to addressing hunger and poverty. This report describes the key principles and implementation process, and assesses the emergent outcomes of this participatory, systems-oriented and transformative research approach in Solomon Islands.

Fo mekem stori sot

Wanfala big problem lo agrikalsa risets lo plande ples nao hao for mekem gut moa wei wea pua pipol save faendem kaikai an seleni from agrikalsa. For iumi save gut moa hao for helpem oketa pua pipol wea stap en dipen lo solwata or lan for mekem seleni an kaikai, WorldFish kam ap wetem risets-lo-divilopmen (RinD) program for duim risets en semtaem help for mekem gud laef blo oketa pua pipol tu. For helpem pipol luk savve weis for solvem problem ia, iumi mas waka tugeda weitem oketa narafala NGOs an gavmen, for helpem oketa wea no garem chance or save mekem kaikai en seleni. Disfala ripot hem lukluk lo samfala weis wea kam aot from risets program WorldFish waka lo hem.

WorldFish is an international research organization that harnesses the potential of fisheries and aquaculture to reduce hunger and poverty. WorldFish is a member of CGIAR and has worked in Solomon Islands since 1986. WorldFish conducts research under a memorandum of understanding with the Solomon Islands Government, which ensures that research priorities are aligned with the policies of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources and the Ministry of Environment, Climate, Disaster Management and Meteorology.

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