Understanding Gender Roles in Anguillid Eel Fisheries of Indonesia
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Indonesia is endowed with rich anguillid eel resources. The women are engaged in the whole fish value chain; however, their participation in eel fisheries has often been overlooked. To understand the roles of women and men in anguillid eel fisheries, SEAFDEC Inland Fishery Resources Development and Management Department (IFRDMD) conducted a series of surveys in selected sites from October to December 2021. It was found that the participation of women in anguillid eel fisheries is significant because they possess the marketing skills that can access markets and sell their products quickly which is beneficial for the family’s economy.
Muthmainnah, D., Suryati, N. K., Fahmi, Z., & Nurwanti (2022). Understanding Gender Roles in Anguillid Eel Fisheries of Indonesia.
Fish for the People, 20(2), 33-38. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.14277/121
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