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Behind the pictures: Night training and water quality in fish ponds

One of the inserted pictures goes back to 1999 during the first training course hosted by the WorldFish Center (Abbassa – Egypt) for 14 Egyptian fish farmers while the second picture goes back to 2008 during an international training course held at the center. The purpose of night training was not just to measure the …

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Small-scale aquaculture training course – Africa (Egypt – EICA, 2020)

The inserted photo was taken on March 01, during the first technical day of the “Small-scale aquaculture” training course. This 12-day course is organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). The course hosts 25 participants from 21 African countries. My contribution to this course includes two lectures and then supervising group activities on …

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Feeding meagre in earthen ponds in Damietta (Egypt) – Video

Video credit: Charles Bernard Makuya (Malawi) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) This video was filmed during a field visit by Fish Culture Development training course. The marine fish farm is located in Damietta; the main region for the farming of meagre (Argyrosomus regius). The development of meagre aquaculture in Egypt …

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Fish and seafood display in Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt)

The two photos show the displays of fish and seafood in Sharm El Sheikh (South Sinai). The display indicates that premium species of lobster, shrimp, crab and finfish are displayed; all belong to marine fish/seafood. This also indicates the consumer preference as well as the purchasing power of tourists who spend their vacations in such …

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Fish Culture Development training course – 2019 (Prior to graduation)

The inserted pictures have been taken on Thursday (December 5), the day of my very last contribution to this program. This 11-week “Fish Culture Development” training course has been annually organized and supported since 1989 by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). Eng. Hend Arafa (EICA, Director General), and Eng. Manal attended one of …

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Display of live catfish in traditional fish markets in Egypt

Photo credit: Marcelin Ngatcham (Cameroon)     Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) Fish displayed and sold in Egyptian fish markets are mostly on ice. In the past few years, there is a tendency for the sale of live tilapia from aquaculture especially higher prices has been achieved for live fish. In regard to …

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Fish Culture Development training course – Africa (2019) – Graduation

The inserted photo was taken on October 08, 2019; the last day of the technical component of the program. The course was concluded today (October 10) as the graduation ceremony took place. Depending of flight schedules, the course participants are flying back home soon. This 3-month course has been annually organized since 2004. The course …

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Status of red tilapia in Egyptian aquaculture – Video

This video has been compiled of four parts that have been filmed in four aquaculture projects in Egypt. Identified parts are credited to Marx Perfecto C. Garcia (Philippines) and Sherif Sadek (Egypt). The below review is my personal opinion (Abdel Rahman El Gamal – Founder the video channel) The introduction of red tilapia into Egypt …

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Fish Culture Development (regular training course – 2019 – EICA – Egypt)

As usually the case, my contribution to this course was yesterday (October 7) where I delivered my first lecture. This 10-week Fish Culture Development training course has been annually supported since 1988 by the Egyptian Government as represented in the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture (EICA). The course adopts variety of training tools including lectures, …

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Tank culture of African catfish in Egypt – Video

Video credit: Charles Bernard Makuya (Malawi) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel) This video shows the feeding of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus when intensively grown in concrete tanks in Egypt. The aggressive feeding of stocked catfish is quite obvious as the floating pellets were picked-up within seconds. Added to that, the …

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