Tag Archive: rural development

Aug 21 2016

Small-scale aquaculture in rural development (updated 2016 version)

  This lecture has been delivered by Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal during August 2016 as a contribution to the “Fish Culture Development training course – Africa” which is annually organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA) with the support by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The lecture started with the features of …

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Oct 06 2015

Small-scale aquaculture in rural development (2015)- lecture

The inserted lecture has been delivered in the regional and international training courses. The lecture starts with features of rural communities in regard to livelihoods and social aspects highlighting the importance of fish to rural communities. A subsequent part of the lecture focused on the models of small-scale aquaculture projects which fit best the rural …

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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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Feb 23 2015

Development of communal aquaculture in Malawi

Credit: Carolyn Madalo Chinguo  (Malawi)         The inserted picture shows persons carrying live fingerlings in plastic bags. The oxygen added would ensure a safe arrival of transported fish until reaching the fish ponds. The persons belong to the communities that received free fingerlings for their communal fish ponds and they were rushing to …

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Aug 08 2013

Economic and social empowerment of Bangladeshi women in the districts of Comilla and Chandpur

Credit: Gabriel de Labra and Mrs. Gabriel de Labra (Spain) The Project has been funded by AECID – The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation and implemented by BRAC (local NGO) and AIDA Association (Spanish NGO). The project targeted to improve the quality of life for women and promote sustainable, equitable and participatory development in rural areas of Bangladesh. …

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Aug 04 2013

Home-stead ornamental fish rearing units in Kerala State (India)

Credit: G. Venkata Raju  (India)        Review:  G. Venkata Raju and Abdel Rahman El Gamal The two photos show a model of homestead farms that are run by rural unemployed people in their homes. These farms are engaged in ornamental fish production.  These farms are linked to satellite farms that provide fish seedlings as well …

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Jul 22 2013

Integrated aquaculture-mangrove system (aquasilvi) in the Philippines

Credit: Hannibal M. Chavez (Philippines) An environment-friendly mangrove aquaculture system, aquasilvi promotes harmonious and co-existence between fishery species and mangrove trees in a semi-enclosed system. The  aquasilvi culture experiences demonstrate how aquaculture can be integrated with rural development as a strategy for poverty alleviation and environmental conservation. The culture system helps in providing alternative livelihood to …

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Jul 11 2013

Empowering the role of women aquaculture in the rural areas of Bangladesh

Credit: Gabriel de Labra and Mrs. Gabriel de Labra (Spain) The four photos are taken from a detailed presentation on a project titled: “Enjoyment of the Socio- Economic Rights of 1000 Bangladeshi Women through their Social and Economic Empowerment in Comilla and Chandpur”. The Project has been funded by AECID – The  Spanish Agency for International Development …

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Nov 22 2012

Construction of fish ponds by the Katapua community, Namuno district, Mozambique

Credit: Gabriel de Labra (Spain) The photos show how the people (men and women) in the Katapua community while building fish ponds. This community is located in Namuno district, Cabo Delgado Province. The cost of such rural development project whether those related to pond construction, maintenance and fish fry has been supported  by Centro Tecnológico del …

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