Tag Archive: Senegal

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 13 2015

Intergated riz-poisson au Sénégal (in French)

Credit: Makhtar Ndiaye (Senegal)       Un producteur privé associant la production de riz  à l’élevage de tilapia des eaux douces à Richard-Toll  dans la région de Saint-Louis /Sénégal. Rizipisciculture est une pratique pas trop fréquente dans cette zone, mais avec une bonne vulgarisation elle pourra prendre un envol, pour vu que les ressources …

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Nov 20 2014

Preserving shrimp in Senegal through salting and sun-drying

Credit: Makhtar Ndiaye (Senegal) The inserted photo shows a woman during the sun-drying of shrimp as a means of preservation and marketing. This practice occurs in the Casamance region of southern Senegal. The sun-drying of shrimp is done after being boiled and salted. After drying, the product will be packaged and ready for sale.   …

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Feb 06 2014

Rôle des femmes dans culture de ostréi (Crassostrea gasar) au Sénégal – in French

Credit: Lo OumySeck (Senegal) Les photos montrent le rôle des femmes dans l’ostréiculture au Sénégal. Les femmes qui s’investissent dans cette activité. Elles sont entrain de confectionner des guirlandes avec les d’huitres déjà consommées. Elles sont au bord de la route,  sur la partie descendante, cette partie permet de relier les différentes guirlandes en un …

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Jan 17 2014

Nursing and grow-out of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus in a small-scale farm in Senegal

Credit: Lo Oumy Seck (Senegal) This photo shows a governmental fish farm that belongs to the Department of Saint Louis and located in Gniling Mbaw village. The farm consists of circular fiberglass tanks for the nursing of the fry of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus while the concrete tanks that appear in the back are used …

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Jan 16 2014

Fish harvest in a water basin in Senegal – in French

Credit: Lo Oumy Seck (Senegal) Ici c’est une récolte dans basin de rétention. Au Sénégal certains bassins sont utilisés pour la pisciculture et c’est surtout destiné à la population locale qui les gèrent. Ils sont entrain de faire le triage, et il ya des commerçants qui attendent pour acheter et aller vendre dans les marchés locales. …

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Jan 16 2014

Seed production of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus in Senegal

Credit: Lo Oumy Seck (Senegal) The photo shows the only hatchery for Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus in Senegal. This hatchery is governmental and located in Région de Saint-Louis, département de Richard-Toll. According to the most recent statistics, 880,000 tilapia fry were produced in this hatchery to meet the demand of private and governmental fish farms. It …

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Jan 10 2014

Production of Nile tilapia and African catfish fingerlings at Richard-Toll station, Saint Louis, Senegal

Credit: Lo Oumy Seck (Senegal) This earthen pond belongs is a hatchery which in turn belongs to Richard-Toll station (Saint Louis) in the north of Senegal.  The station produces about 100,000 of 2-g fingerlings of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) every year. Moreover, fingerlings of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus are also produced.  While fry feeds mainly …

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Jan 10 2014

Cage farming of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus in Senegal

 Credit: Lo Oumy Seck (Senegal) The photo shows a unit of cage farming in Senegal River. Cage aquaculture was first practiced at experimental level in Senegal in 1984. However, for variety of reasons, the outcomes during the early practices were not satisfactory. From the year 2000 onward, the practice witnesses some improvements as represented in …

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