The fisheries sector in Southeast Asia, as in many other parts of the world, is characterized by work and responsibilities in alignment with specific gender roles. As part of its strategy to integrate a gendered approach to development, USAID Oceans has conducted gender analyses in tuna fisheries value chains in the Philippines and Indonesia. The findings of the research, including recommendations for increased collaboration, recognition of gender champions, capacity building, and gender-responsive policy development, are reflected within this article.  Read this article.  To subscribe to INFOFISH International publications, visit: