Fish Culture Development – Africa (2018) training course


The inserted photo was taken on July 16, the first technical day of the “Fish Culture Development – Africa” training course for 2018. This 3-month course is being annually organized since 2004 by the Egyptian International Center for Agriculture – EICA” and jointly supported by EICA and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The course this year hosts 13 participants from 10 African countries. The photo shows Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal and the course participants:

Aholoukpe Cyrille (Benin), Daniel Lingomo, Clemence Valire, and Samy Ndala (DR Congo), Jean Ampere (Gabon),  Alhassan Arafat  Salifu (Ghana),  Winfred Kyalo (Kenya),  Ratsitohaina Lala Mihaja (Madagascar),  Oluwaseun Osiyoye (Nigeria),  Zeinab Elamin (Sudan), Abdulmalik  Kashaigiri (Tanzania),  Elijah Ssennyonjo and  Kanakutanda James Henry (Uganda)


Note: Please note that my contribution to the EICA courses is just teaching and supervising group projects. In other words, I am not the one to be asked about participation procedures in EICA courses. Whoever is interested is advised to visit the EICA website:



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