The Global FISH Alliance (G-FISH) is a $5 million USAID program in partnership with Darden Restaurants (Red Lobster) and FHI360 that is designed to enhance livelihoods, biodiversity and food security by promoting sustainable fisheries and responsible aquaculture. It is centered on the application of a system-wide approach that balances economic, environmental, governmental, and social issues essential to enhancing livelihoods and biodiversity. G-FISH brings together government, private sector, and civil society to work collaboratively on specific fisheries around the world. Through open dialogue and shared experiences, the Alliance aims to strengthen shared knowledge among collaborating partners and the interested public, on sustainable fisheries and responsible aquaculture practices. The targeted efforts of G-FISH are currently improving livelihoods and conserving marine biodiversity in three priority countries: Honduras, Nicaragua and Cambodia.