Integration of smallholder wetland aquaculture–agriculture systems (fingerponds) into riparian farming systems on the shores of Lake Victoria, Kenya: socio-economics and livelihoods

Author(s) J Kipkemboi A.A. Van Dam M.M. Ikiara P. Denny Keywords Kenya, wetlands, integrated aquaculture production, socio-economic analysis, livelihoods, food security, fingerponds Abstract This paper presents the results of experimental fingerponds: an integrated flood recession aquaculture–agriculture production system in the Lake Victoria wetlands in Kenya. The overall aim of the study is to assess the […]

African Wetlands of International Importance (R.C. Gardner, et al)

Author(s) Royal C. Gardner (Stetson University, USA); Kim Diana Connolly (State University of New York, USA); Abour Bamba (Ramsar Secretariat, Switzerland) Keywords Ramsar Convention, wetlands, Africa, recommendations Abstract A party to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands must designate at least one site within its territory as a Wetland of International Importance. To assess the benefits […]