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In addition to the stronger bargaining power of women clam collectors, FAO’s advocacy at the policy level triggered a more transparent environment for marketing transactions. This is especially true for the traceability of the process from the landing, weighing and purchase of clams to the delivery to the clam exporters, as highlighted in the ministerial circular 2016/2017. (...) The Prince Export Centre for Clams is the third pillar of this agreement and is the depuration centre for the clams, ensuring that the products comply with international food safety standards.
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Score: 1635183.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...clam-collectors-in-tunisia/en/
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This is why our future intervention will focus on improving access of women clam collectors to social protection and insurance. (...) Intermediaries are responsible for the transport of women clam collectors. The clams collected are sold to intermediaries at cheap prices (5 TND for a Kg), who sell it to corporates, hotels and restaurants at 25 TND for a Kg at least. (...) Clam collecting defines who they are, their roots and it is often the only job that gives them satisfaction.  
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Score: 1614583.8 - https://www.undp.org/fr/tunisi...uman-rights-initiative-tunisia
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Shortening the value chain - lessons from interventions in Tunisia’s clam sector Houda is a clam collector in Tunisia’s southeastern Zaboussa region. (...) Onsite, purchasers then make cash payments to the women collectors, who, in turn, can get a premium fee if they choose to collect only larger-sized clams. This also contributes to a more sustainable production system, as young clams get to mature. (...) A local export centre, meanwhile, ensures the clams are cleaned and comply with international food safety standards.
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Score: 1606720.7 - https://www.fao.org/partnershi...rs/stories/story/en/c/1184582/
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Next year’s production is also expected to be limited, which will further increase the price levels of scallops in the US market. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Prices of the wild venus clam is far lower at 3.99 per kg, with the larger Japanese carpet shell five times the price of the venus clam, which should make consumers return to the venus clam in the short while. (...) China is by far the main supplier of clam to the world market, accounting alone for 60 percent of total clam exports.
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Score: 1582914.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/es/c/1460125/
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Next year’s production is also expected to be limited, which will further increase the price levels of scallops in the US market. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Prices of the wild venus clam is far lower at 3.99 per kg, with the larger Japanese carpet shell five times the price of the venus clam, which should make consumers return to the venus clam in the short while. (...) China is by far the main supplier of clam to the world market, accounting alone for 60 percent of total clam exports.
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Score: 1582914.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1460125/
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Prices of scallops increased impressively during the past months. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Overall trade in clams stayed stable at 66 000 tonnes in the first quarter of the year. Surprisingly, Italy doubled its exports of clams, though staying at very marginal levels (2 500 tonnes exported in the first quarter of 2021).
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Score: 1526551.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/es/c/1446419/
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Prices of scallops increased impressively during the past months. Clams Clam prices increased impressively in Italy. (...) Overall trade in clams stayed stable at 66 000 tonnes in the first quarter of the year. Surprisingly, Italy doubled its exports of clams, though staying at very marginal levels (2 500 tonnes exported in the first quarter of 2021).
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Score: 1526551.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1446419/
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The latter was especially hit by logistical problems, caused by the COVID-19 and had difficulties to get its green mussels to the global market. Clams During the lockdown period (March-May) prices of clams were about 20 percent lower than last year’s price level. However, during the summer period, when restaurants and holidays resorts reopened, demand for clams was very strong, and prices of clams returned to 2019 price levels.  (...) Trade of clams slowed down by 10 percent in the first half of the year, compared with the same period of last year.
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Score: 1516044.5 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/es/c/1263810/
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The latter was especially hit by logistical problems, caused by the COVID-19 and had difficulties to get its green mussels to the global market. Clams During the lockdown period (March-May) prices of clams were about 20 percent lower than last year’s price level. However, during the summer period, when restaurants and holidays resorts reopened, demand for clams was very strong, and prices of clams returned to 2019 price levels.  (...) Trade of clams slowed down by 10 percent in the first half of the year, compared with the same period of last year.
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Score: 1516044.5 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1263810/
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Backs bent, but chins held high - Women clam harvesters in Tunisia’s Gulf of Gabes | Reduce Rural Poverty | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Reduce Rural Poverty Overview Pathways out of poverty Our work News Resources Backs bent, but chins held high - Women clam harvesters in Tunisia’s Gulf of Gabes Published: 06/03/2020 Video: Documentary https://youtu.be/44X6llgzpDA Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1436262.3 - https://www.fao.org/reduce-rur...resources-detail/en/c/1266789/
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