Small-scale aquaculture training course – Africa (Egypt – EICA, 2020)

The inserted photo was taken on March 01, during the first technical day of the “Small-scale aquaculture” training course. This 12-day course is organized by the Egyptian International Centre for Agriculture (EICA). The course hosts 25 participants from 21 African countries.

My contribution to this course includes two lectures and then supervising group activities on the promotion of small-scale aquaculture in home countries. There is a general discussion session scheduled on March 11; a day before graduation. A major component of this course is field visits to fish farms, fish hatcheries, feed mills, research centers. It is always a pleasure to contribute to the capacity building for motivated personnel as in this wonderful group.

In addition to the course participants, the photo shows Dr. Abdel Rahman El Gamal, Mrs. Sohair and Mrs. Nagwa the course organizers. The course participants are: Antonio Nsanda Onde (Angola), Bere Frederic And Nassa Guewendpoulde Bernard (Burkina Faso), Bisabwa Simon (Burundi), Mananga Luzembo Fabrice And Nguangu Daniel (D.R.Congo), Kasim Houssein Ahmed (Djibouti), Jesus Edjang Owono Nchama (Equatorial Guinea), Thembinkosi Yandisa Dlamini (Eswatini), Andzang Martial (Gabon), Marcelino Vaz (Guinea Bissau), Camara Ramatoulaye (Guinea), Ezekiel Kennedy (Liberia), Rabarisoloaritefy Zoniavotra (Madagascar), Shaibu Imran Kananji (Malawi), Berthe Adama (Mali), Vqghih El Bechiry (Mauritania), Celina Anibal Malichocho (Mozambique), Issoufou Boubacar (Niger), Abdul Mustapha Akoko (Nigeria), Pierre Diouf (Senegal), Ayanda Sikobi (South Africa), Ibrahim El Safy Mustafa Ali And Marwa Abd El Galil Mukhtar (Sudan)

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