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Aquaculture in Sudan (Status – Challenges – Outlook) – in Arabic

This introductory lecture was delivered in the opening of the “Aquaculture training workshop” which was conducted during the period from 07 to 12 October 2018 and held in Khartoum and hosted by the Agricultural Bank of Sudan. In this lecture, I tried to bring in the information on fishery/aquaculture sector in Sudan as well as …

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A happy moment in Mwarda fish market (Sudan)

  Thanks to friends who captured this happy moment while visiting Mwarda fish market (Sudan) and handling a specimen of elephant-snout fish.  How nice we were able to laugh from the heart.  No matter how our work schedule is tight and life turns busy, we need a moment to relief hearts. Thanks to the kind …

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A quick tour in Mwarda fish market in Umdorman Sudan (Video)

This video was filmed in Mwarda fish market which is located in Umdorman. All fish displayed is freshwater fish with tilapia is the most preferred and traded species in the market. There are quite a few species other than tilapia including African catfish, Nile perch, and others. The market has a designated part for simple …

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Aquaculture training workshop in Sudan (7 – 11 October, 2018)

This group picture was taken in the first day of the aquaculture training workshop that was held in Khartoum and organized by the Agricultural Bank of Sudan during the period 7 to 11 October, 2018. This program is conducted under the South-South Cooperation Initiative and supported by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations …

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Consumption of dried fish “Kajake” in Sudan

Credit: Mai Tawfig Ahmed and Gamal Ibrahim Hamid (Sudan) Supplemented by: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       In Sudan, about 70% of fin fish is consumed fresh while 25% is consumed sun-dried leaving about 5% of total fish consumed wet salted. The inserted picture shows dried catfish which is mostly …

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A typical fishing boat and gears in the Blue Nile (Sudan)

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) The photo shows from a distance a traditional boat which is locally named “Bongolu” that operates in Blue Nile River (Roseires Reservoir-Blue Nile State). The boat is used for collecting fish from fishing camps and could be used for transportation during flood seasons. This boat is equipped with 40-hp out-board engine. …

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Water analysis prior to the construction of Merowe Dam, Sudan

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) Merowe Dam was constructed in North State, Sudan. The photo was taken during the pre-construction of the dam whereas the physical and chemical properties of water were periodically analyzed including (pH, water conductivity, temperature and Dissolved Oxygen. This work was funded by Dams Implementation Unit. This analysis was stopped after the …

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Fish trade and processing in the fishing camp along Roseires Reservoir, Sudan

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) The photo shows a fishing camp on the premise of Blue Nile River (Roseires Reservoir).  In fishing camp, fishermen collect their fish and sell it as fresh fish to the traders. Fishermen also process other fish species especially African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) into dried fish; the latter is used in the …

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Introduction of several fish species in ER Rahad reservoir (Sudan)

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) During September to November, 2010 new fish species were introduced in ER Rahad reservoir (a town in North Kurdufan Province in central Sudan). The introduced fish species included Nile perch, Lates niloticus (Family: Centnopomida), Bagrus bajad, Bagrus docmak (Family: Bagridae) and African catfish, Clarias gariepinus (Family: Clariidae). This project was funded …

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Desert aquaculture in Fouja village, North Kordofan (Sudan) – Pond management

Credit: Mamoun Obeida (Sudan) The photos show series of the management practices applied to the fish pond in the desert area in Fouja village, Bara Locality- North Kordofan State. As shown in the photos, the pond has been filled with underground water before the stocking of Nile tilapia fingerlings. Throughout the growing season, fish are …

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