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University of Amsterdam (2019)

Access to low priced small fish for livelihood support : a case study on omena (silver cyprinid) trade for local and domestic consumption in Kenya

van der Voort L.

Titre : Access to low priced small fish for livelihood support : a case study on omena (silver cyprinid) trade for local and domestic consumption in Kenya

Auteur : van der Voort L.

Université de soutenance : University of Amsterdam

Grade : Master 2019

Descriptif
How do local traders selling fish in market places ensure the continuous supply of low-price small fish for direct human consumption ? 1. How do natural fluctuations (climate/ecosystem) and harvesting patterns affect the availability of low-price fish in Lake Victoria, Kenya ? 2. How is the supply chain of omena for direct human consumption within the socialecological system of the Kenyan side of Lake Victoria organized from a trader’s perspective ? 3. How do local fish traders adapt and enhance their accessibility to the market of lowprice omena ?

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