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- Kibet, Caroline Jepkorir; Donde, Oscar Omondi; Okwiri, Brian; Otachi, Elick Onyango
- Lakes & reservoirs 2019 v.24 no.4 pp. 402-410
- food security, etc ; Acanthocephala; Cestoda; Clarias gariepinus; Crustacea; Monogenea; Myxozoa; Nematoda; Oreochromis niloticus; agricultural productivity; animal proteins; commercialization; drought; employment; farmed fish; fish culture; freshwater fish; freshwater fisheries; growth retardation; host-parasite relationships; hosts; humans; income; issues and policy; livestock; mortality; parasites; reproduction; semiarid zones; taxonomy; trade; wild fish; Kenya; Show all 33 Subjects
- ... Fish are a resource with great economic, nutritional and recreational benefits to humans on a global scale. In Kenya, fish represent an important source of food and income through trade and employment to many communities. In fact, fish are an important alternative source of animal protein, especially in famine‐tolerant arid and semi‐arid regions such as Turkana, Marsabit, Pokot and Baringo Countie ...