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Welcome to the Malawi Fisheries Digital Repository

This digital repository is sponsored by the Fisheries Integration of Society and Habitats Project (FISH) which is funded with the generous support of the American people through USAID and implemented by Pact. The Malawi Fisheries Digital Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes digital material generated primarily about fisheries and aquaculture. This repository is meant to increase the use of science, analysis, and information for decision-making, research and education. It is an online freely accessible tool and database for anyone seeking fisheries related information including other materials that may be difficult to access, for example, so-called grey literature which may not have been fully accredited for international journal publication but nevertheless is very informative for the advancement of fisheries and aquaculture, The repository contains over 1700 entries of bibliographic citations, article abstracts, links to article and book locations, and downloaded scientific papers and journal articles.

How Do I Submit a Document?

To submit information to the repository, send a request email to the administrator through the contacts link at the bottom of this page. Your submitted documents will be reviewd first before being finally archived into the repository. Read our Policies to see the type of resources you can submit.

If you experience any issues with the site, logging in, submission of information, or the accuracy of the repository, please contact the repository administrator at: luanarfishrepository@gmail.com. Read more about the FISH project.

Communities in DSpace

Select a community to browse its collections.

  • A summary of the contents of a written work.
  • All documents talking about aquatic organisms.
  • Any document presenting key points precisely in a form of bullets, graphs usually on a single page.
  • All documents talking about raising and harvesting of fish.
  • All documents which contains reference work or instructions.
  • All documents (usually official) containing information organized in a narrative and/or graphical form.

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Related Links

Pact Malawi Homepage

Emmanuel International - Malawi

Christian Aid

University of Rhodes Island