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1.2.2 Pro-Poor Livelihoods Approach
1.2.3 Environmental and Social Impacts
1.2.4 Data Collection
2. Overview of the Sector
2.1 Regional Variations in Shrimp and Prawn Production
2.1.1 Shrimp Production
2.1.3 Prawn Production
2.2 Processing and Export
3. The Shrimp Value Chain
3.1. Description of the Production Process
3.1.1. Traditional Extensive Production Process
3.1.2. Modified Traditional Production Process
3.1.3. Semi-intensive Production Process
3.3. Description of the Marketing Channels
3.3.1 Fry Catching
3.3.2. Hatcheries
3.3.3. Fry Faria
3.3.4. Fry Aratdar
3.3.5. Fry Commission Agent
3.3.6. Nursery
3.3.7 Farming
3.3.8 Shrimp Faria
3.3.9 Shrimp Aratdar
3.3.10 Shrimp Commission Agent
3.3.11 Transportation
3.3.12 Feed Mills
3.3.13 Processors and Processors/Exporter
3.3.14 Financing Processing and Hatcheries
3.3.15 Shrimp Retailer
3.3.16 Foreign buyer
3.4. International Markets and Pricing
3.5. Costs and Returns
4. Power and Inequality Along the Value Chain
4.1 Segmentation Analysis
4.2 Terms and Conditions of Employment
4.3 Monopsony and Bargaining
4.3.1 Indebtedness and Contracting
5. Environmental and Social Concerns Along the Value Chain
5.1 External Environmental Costs
5.1.1 By-Catch
5.1.2 Loss of Brood Fisheries
5.1.3 Salt-water Intrusion
5.1.4 Eutrophication
5.1.5 Loss of Livestock
5.1.6 Deforestation
5.2 Social Costs
5.2.1 Land and Human Rights
5.2.2 Labor Rights
5.2.3 Health Concerns
5.3 Cost Benefit Analysis of Shrimp Aquaculture
6. Complementary Economic Activities
6.1 Fruit and Horticulture
6.2 Rice
6.3 Forestry
6.4 Fish Aquaculture
7. Conclusions and Recommendations
7.1 Improvements within the Existing System
7.2 Trade-off Between Bagda and Golda
7.3 Drawing More Land into Production
7.4 Complementary Production
7.4.1 Feed Production41
7.5 Marketing Systems
7.5.2 Temperature and Salinity
7.5.3 Cold Storage
7.6 Credit and Financial Services
7.7 Extension Services
7.8 Moving up the Value Chain
7.9 Social and Environmental Concerns
7.9.1 Environmental Regulations and Guidelines
7.9.2 Labor Rights and Benefits
7.9.3 Land Titling and Access Rights
7.9.4 Institutionalizing Change
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Shrimp Sector in Bangladesh

Shrimp Sector in Bangladesh

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