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Inclusive development including gender
equality of small scale fisheries: a feminist
perspective
Achini De Silva
The term “small-scale fishery” (SSF) evokes a mental image of small, traditional
fishing craft equipped with low-tech gear r...
SSF, what it implies to Sri Lanka?
Active fishermen: Marine - 200,870 & Inland - 60,595
Fishing fleets: Marine - 41882 (86...
Objective
• Explore the present status of
gender in SSF value chains;
• Formulated SWOT matrix to
analyze the strategic ca...
SSF value chain: multiple faces of women
House wife
(Fish handling,
grading and
processing at
home)
Crew
member or
Core member
Fish
collecting,
retailing and
membe...
SSF value chain: multiple faces of men
Safety and quality??
Safety & Quality?????
Analysis of factors and
trends
What is the
socioeconomic
context?
Activity Profile
Who does what?
Access and control
profi...
Good practices to eliminate gender inequality
• Promote actions to improve lost potential in capture fishery
• Recognize &...
Hybrid Value chain
Figure : Market system approach with a gender inclusive lens
Road map: applying a gender lens to business challenge
Idea creation (market
research)
Design & develop products
and value...
Thank you very much !
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Inclusive development including gender equality of small scale fisheries: a feminist perspective by Achini De Silva Presented during the Regional Workshop on Underutilized Fish and Marine Genetic Resources and their Amelioration, 10-12 July 2019, Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

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Inclusive development including gender equality of small scale fisheries: a feminist perspective

  1. 1. Inclusive development including gender equality of small scale fisheries: a feminist perspective Achini De Silva
  2. 2. The term “small-scale fishery” (SSF) evokes a mental image of small, traditional fishing craft equipped with low-tech gear requiring labor-intensive fishing methods. The small-scale fisheries sector tends to be firmly rooted in local communities, traditions and values. Many small-scale fishers are self-employed and usually provide fish for direct consumption within their households or communities. ... Small- scale fisheries contribute about half of global fish catches.
  3. 3. SSF, what it implies to Sri Lanka? Active fishermen: Marine - 200,870 & Inland - 60,595 Fishing fleets: Marine - 41882 (868 1DAY; 22394 OFRP; 2185 MRTB; 16035 NTRB) and Inland – 9745 Fish catch: 68% from Total & etc…..
  4. 4. Objective • Explore the present status of gender in SSF value chains; • Formulated SWOT matrix to analyze the strategic capacities • Creating gender inclusive value chains. • Rapid market chain analysis employed to investigate the gendered SSF value chains
  5. 5. SSF value chain: multiple faces of women
  6. 6. House wife (Fish handling, grading and processing at home) Crew member or Core member Fish collecting, retailing and member of fisheries cooperative Commercial processing: factory worker; quality control Resource conservation and community work Fishery related activities (Tourism, sport fishing) Figure: Time line of women’s engagement in fisheries
  7. 7. SSF value chain: multiple faces of men
  8. 8. Safety and quality??
  9. 9. Safety & Quality?????
  10. 10. Analysis of factors and trends What is the socioeconomic context? Activity Profile Who does what? Access and control profile Who has what? Figure :Gender analysis framework Fishing Handling, Grading & postharvest mgt., Auctioning, Trading, Wholesaling, Retailing Export processing : PAID JOBS Child bearing, Caring, Food preparation, handling, grading, factory labor, retailing, whaling, processing & value addition, UN PAID JOBS
  11. 11. Good practices to eliminate gender inequality • Promote actions to improve lost potential in capture fishery • Recognize & promote the interrelationships among effective gender equity and women’s empowerment • Improve safety, hygiene and health • Strengthen collective fisher organization & women’s leadership
  12. 12. Hybrid Value chain
  13. 13. Figure : Market system approach with a gender inclusive lens
  14. 14. Road map: applying a gender lens to business challenge Idea creation (market research) Design & develop products and value proposition Marketing Common business challenge Poor market information, unrecognized consumer needs and wants, market segments and competition Understand how to meet and unmet Products may note essential Create marketing messages Determine the marketing methods Gender lens Lack of gender desegregated information on customer segments, product demand, etc. Products may not be addressing gender specific challenges: safety, quality, nutritional status, etc Due to gender blindness, market segments are missing, and opportunities to develop successful value proposition Using deep knowledge about women’s needs & realities to develop communication Communicating messages through channels that reach omen Gender inclusive solutions Market research for entering a new region, market segmentation mapping, market research for new prodcuts Sex-disaggregated feed back collection to incorporate into product design, Gendered market need survey Sex-disaggregated customer feedback Gender targeted marketing strategy Advertising & impact tests using gender desegregated data Marketing channels based on different preferences of
  15. 15. Thank you very much !

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