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A "feminist perspective" in fisheries builds on the fact that women of fishing communities take on multidimensional roles that straddle both production and reproduction...

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Issue No:52
  • :September
  • :2016
  • :English

Abstract

YEMAYA RECOMMENDS DOCUMENT

El Rol De La Mujer En La Pesca Y La Acuicultura En Chile, Colombia, Paraguay Y PerúIntegración, Sistematización Y Análisis De EstudiosNacionalesInforme Final

Cecilia Godoy A. (Chile), Hermes Orlando MojicaBenítez (Colombia), VivianaMaría Ríos Morinigo (Paraguay), and David H. Mendoza Ramírez (Perú). Oficina Regional paraAmérica Latina y el Caribe Organización de lasNacionesUnidaspara la Alimentación y la Agricultura Santiago de Chile. 2016. Pg 38. Language: Spanish


This review is by Vivienne Solis (vsolis@coopesolidar.org), Member, ICSF


This year, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released a study conducted across four Latin American countries—Chile, Colombia, Paraguay and Peru—on the role of women in fisheries and aquaculture. The study titled ‘El Rol De La Mujer En La Pesca Y La Acuicultura En Chile, Colombia, Paraguay Y PerúIntegración, Sistematización Y Análisis De EstudiosNacionalesInforme Final’ reveals that women in these countries account for about 50 per cent of all those employed in the fisheries and aquaculture sector, and en