Tag Archive: Aquaculture development

May 18 2017

Country report – Burkina Faso (2016)- in French

      A permission has been granted to publish the report on this site            

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Mar 10 2017

Behind the pictures: Very Belated Thank You to Mr. Pedro Padlan

Sending belated thanks after a year or two may still make sense. In my case it is 37 years, but I decided to send it any way. During sometime in 1980, I met Mr. Pedro Padlan, the FAO aquaculture expert and who carried a Philippine passport at the premises of the Fishery Agency in Cairo …

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Sep 17 2016

Country report – Armenia (2008)

  Owner of the report: Anahit Hovsepyan                 A permission has been granted to publish the report on this site    

Permanent link to this article: http://fishconsult.org/?p=13546

Aug 28 2016

Country report – Zambia (2014)

Owner of the report: Alick Grunnie Mbewe (Zambia) Permission has been granted by Alick to publish the report on this site                   After the introduction on cultural issues and economic activities, the report addresses the fishery resources in Zamia, aquaculture development, strategies and constraints.    

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Jul 19 2016

Development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture (updated 2016 version)

This presentation has been delivered in the “Fish Culture Development training course” hosted by The Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA). The presentation updates and analizes the developing mode of Egyptian aquaculture based on the latest statistics on 2014. The African as well as the global perspective are addressed in this presentation. Aquaculture systems, fish trade, …

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Aug 05 2015

Development and outlook of Egyptian aquaculture (2015)

This presentation updates and analizes the developing of Egyptian aquaculture based on the latest statistics on 2013. The analysis highlights the decline in tilapia production and possible causes for that. The African as well as the global perspectives are addressed in this presentation. Aquaculture systems, fish trade, processing, fish feed and more of related topics are …

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Jun 30 2015

Développement de l’aquaculture à Richard-Toll (Senegal)- in French

Credit : Makhtar Ndiaye (Senegal)       Dans le cadre du programme de relance des activités aquacoles, de sécurité alimentaire et de création d’emplois, mis en œuvre par la Direction Nationale de l’Aquaculture dans notre pays, un pisciculteur privé basé à Richard-Toll, a pu récolter plus de 2 tonnes de tilapia (espèces de poisson d’eau douce …

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Jun 30 2015

Aquaculture development in Richard-Toll (Senegal)

Credit : Makhtar Ndiaye (Senegal)         As part of the promotion program of aquaculture, food security and job creation in Senegal, implemented by the National Directorate of Aquaculture in Senegal. This inserted photo is taken in a private farm located in Richard Toll, whereas more than two tons of tilapia is being produced. Fish …

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Apr 14 2015

Trout in Armenian aquaculture

Photo credit: Gurgen Khanamirian (Armenia) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) This trout farm shown in the inserted photo is located in the north of Armenia and specializes in growing rainbow trout, brown trout and Sevan trout.   Aquaculture represents the key fishery system in Armenia representing around 90% of total fish production …

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Dec 04 2014

Supporting aquaculture development through Mission Fish Program in Nepal

Credit: Bishnu khanal (Nepal) The inserted photo shows the excavators during the construction of new fish ponds in Nepal. There is a small ongoing support program “Mission Fish” of the Ministry of Agricultural Development through which about 10-15% of the construction cost is covered as a subsidy. Rather than pond construction and under the “Mission …

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