Monthly Archives: January 2014

WHAT CAN THE YOUTH DO TO SAFEGUARD FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE?

YFFP YOUTH AT THE THINK TANK EVENT - 27-29 NOV 2013

Lets hear from:

The 3 essay winners of the Youth For Fish Program (YFFP) who brought their ideas to the Think Tank Event on Science and Policy Dialogue on Climate Change and Fisheries in Africa held at Sun N Sand Holiday Resort, Mangochi – Malawi, 27-29 November 2013

Download: Think tank Event Concept Note

or Contact Us: sec@nepadsanbiofishnode.org

Developing Aquaculture as a Business within an Ecosystem Approach to the Sector – NFFP Workshop Announcement

NEPAD LOGO                        FAO LOGO

NEPAD-FAO Fish Programme has organized a Workshop on Developing Aquaculture as a Business within an Ecosystem Approach to the Sector. The workshop is intended to enhance the capacity of decision makers and personnel in the public sector (e.g. policymakers, extension personnel, staff in civil society organizations, etc.) in understanding and promoting aquaculture as a business within an ecosystem approach to aquaculture (EAA) in order to facilitate the transformation of aquaculture in Africa from a public-funding driven, subsistence-oriented and non-viable sector to an economically vibrant, private-sector led and sustainable enterprise.
Venue: Lusaka, Zambia
Dates: 20-24 January 2014
For more information contact:
doris.soto@fao.org, nathanael.hishamunda@fao.org, ana.menezes@fao.org and  junning.cai@fao.org

Download: Workshop Prospectus and Agenda

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