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Fish pond de-silting (Zambia)

Photo credit: John Chiseba Mwamba (Zambia) Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) As silt accumulates, the overall capacity of a pond decreases. Fish ponds which were not desilted for years, ponds had become shallow, which may aggravate weed growth. Silt can lead to pond turbidity which interferes with the sunlight penetration and …

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Drying of Lake Tanganyika sardines in Zambia

Photo credit: Nathan Chama (Zambia) Description: Nathan Chama and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The inserted picture shows a woman while drying some Tanganyika sardine Stolothrissa miodon which is known in Zambia as “kapenta”. The sardine drying takes place on the beaches of Lake Tanganyika in Nsumbu area (Zambia). Dried kapenta fetches …

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Climate change in Zambia

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Climate change in Zambia

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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. http://fishconsult.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Country-report-Zambia-2014.pdf

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Cage aquaculture of tilapia in Zambia

Photos’ credit: Alick Grunnie Mbewe (Zambia) Review: Alick Grunnie Mbewe  and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         The inserted photos show Cage fish farming in Lumwana Dam in Solwezi District. This consists of 12 cages measuring 12 m X8 m X2 m deep. The promotion of tilapia cage aquaculture …

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Commercial fish processing in Zambia

Photos’ credit: Alick Grunnie Mbewe (Zambia) Review: Alick Grunnie Mbewe and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted photos show the packaging section of one of the leading companies in Zambia that sells fish and fish fillets. This company was established in 1999 as a privately owned company whose core …

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Female fish farmer while managing her farm in Zambia

Credit: Numel  Phiri  (Zambia) Review: Numei Phiri and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted photo is taken in a small-scale fish farm in Zambia. The farm which belongs to a female fish farmer, has a total of 3 ponds; 2 breeding ponds (5mx5m) each and one production pond (20mx25m), the …

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Freshwater crab entangled in a gillnet in Kyafukuma River (Zambia)

Photos’ credit: Alick Grunnie Mbewe (Zambia) Review: Alick Grunnie Mbewe and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)           The inserted photos show a freshwater crab, (Potamonautes sp) captured by a gill net in Kyafukuma River, Solwezi District. These crabs can forage over considerable distance by night and they may …

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Enforcing fishery regulations in Zambia

Credit: Numel  Phiri  (Zambia)         The Dept. of Fisheries is mandated to enforce the Fisheries Regulations with support for state or wildlife police. The penalty for using illegal fishing nets according to Fisheries Act of 2011 if convicted faces up to 3 years imprisonment or fined 300000 penalty units  ($10,000) or both. …

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