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Sep 03 2011

Review of Aquaculture Training for the Period 1999 – 2009 – World Fish Center

This worldFish Center publication has been written by Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal who managed the outreach program including training during his service in the World Fish Center. This publication cover eleven years from 1999 – 2009. In addition to the statistics of trainingg courses and so trainees whether in local, regional or international courses, the document addressed and analyized training-related issues including the development of training needs, the steadily increase in female participation in the training programs conducted at the World Fish facilities at Abbassa, Egypt. The partnerships with other agencies has been presented in this document. The text, pictures and graphs presented various activities of training activities during the 11 years whereas trainees from 98 countries have participated in this program.

[important]Training review World Fish 2011[/important]

 

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Sep 01 2011

Applications of Genetics in Aquaculture and Fisheries Practices

The presentation addresses mainly the application side of aquaculture practices. Before addressing genetic enhancement approaches, key genetic parameters are briefed. The management of brood stocks in fish hatcheries and selective programs are focused upon in the presentation.  Also, advanced genetic technologies such as ploidy induction and genetic manipulations are covered in this presentation. In regard to the genetic application in fishery management, the genetic considerations in stock enhancement programs are addressed.

[important]Applications of Genetics in Aquaculture and Fisheries Practices (2011)[/important]

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Aug 31 2011

Warm Water Fish Production Course (2010)

Warm water Fish Production 2010

A group picture for Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal and the participants from Macaire Miloni (Congo Democratic), Ndembo Mvala (Congo Democratic), Gwladys Ntsame (Gabon), Richard Yeboah (Ghana), Joseph Mugendi (Kenya), Lanto Razafintsalama (Madagascar), Vero Rahantarimalala (Malawi), David Itimu (Malawi), Phocas Nambajimana (Rwanda), Mekki Zakaria (Sudan), Suzan Alfred (Southern Sudan), Lylian Wilfred (Tanzania),  Nichrous G. Mlalila (Tanzania) and Alexander Mbiro (Uganda) who participated in “Warm Water Fish Production” which has been organized by the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture – EICA” that took place during the period from 14th of September – 30th of December, 2010. (if more information is needed – just ask).

 

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Aug 31 2011

Fish Culture Development Training Course (2010)

Fish Culture Development 2010

A group picture for Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal and the 18 participants came from 15 countries; Mohamed Abdel Wahid (Bangladesh), Macksood Alam Khan (Bangladesh), Glenda Maria Velez (Colombia), Eudes Emilio Sanchez (Colombia), Mhadjou Ibrahim (Comores), Adama Sanneh (Gambia), Ernest Mawufemor (Ghana), Hussein Ali Nassar (Lebanon), George Sayza Weefar (Liberia), Hanta Rasoamananjara (Madagascar), Myo Naing (Myanmar), Said Khamis Al Handsi (Oman), David Humberto Mendoza (Peru), Jaime Espinoza (Peru), Adam Ahmed Babiker (Sudan), Chanikarn Chadthasing (Thailand) and Luis Gallardo (Venezuela). Fish Culture Development training course which is annually organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture – EICA” that took place from 1st of October – 15th of December, 2010. (if more information is needed – just ask).

 

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Aug 31 2011

Warm Water Fish Production Training Course (2011)

The technical session of the 110-day “Warm Water Fish Production” training course started in Cairo on Sunday 08 May, 2011. This course is supported by the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The participants in the course are from Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Dr. El Gamal is contributing by several lectures in this course whereas this picture has been taken upon delivering the first lecture on May 8, 2011. The second picture with course participants was taken during the course.

 

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Aug 31 2011

Live Fish Handling

This presentation covers a wide array of practices carried out in aquaculture. Even though the contents of this presentation are diversified, but they are interrelated. The main parts of this presentation are stocking- sampling- harvesting- grading- marking- Anesthesia and transportation. The presentation is furnished by numerous principals, examples and illustrations

[important]Live Fish Handling (2011)[/important]

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Aug 31 2011

Dedication of the auditorium, WorldFish Center – 2010

After retirement: Dedicating the center’s auditorium in recognition of Dr. El Gamal leadership of the canter’s capacity building program. The Deputy Director General, Dr Patrick Dugan has  headed the ceremony that took place on 10 June, 2010 at the WorldFish Center station at
Abbassa, Egypt.

 

 

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Aug 31 2011

The World Fish Center Board of Trustees Staff Award

Board of Trustees Staff Award, WorldFish Center – 2004

Board of Trustees (2004) Staff Award for Research. The award was delivered by the Director
General, Dr Stephen Hall in a ceremony held at Abbassa, Egypt.

 

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Aug 30 2011

Planning of Aquaculture Projects

This presentation addresses the key elements in the planning process of aquaculture projects. The importance of site selection along with water requirements have been focused on. Also, fish candidates in relation to production as well as market elements have been focused on. Classifying farming systems have been attempted. For illustration purposes, case studies have been brought in whereas technical and economical issues are covered in the presentation

[important]Planning of Aquaculture Projects[/important]

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Aug 30 2011

Egyptian Aquaculture – from regional and global perspectives

This presentation starts with an overview on world fish production as sorted into fishery resources, species and continents. Egyptian aquaculture is the focus of the presentation including production and development trends and requirements. Fish consumption and trade have been addressed. The relationship Egyptian fishery with regional and global fish production has been highlighted.

Egyptian aquaculture from regional and global perspectives. (English – 2010)

 

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