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Training Workshop on Development of Aquaculture production and technologies in the INOC member states , 15 - 20 May 2017

Published: 2017-06-02

International Foundation For Science (IFS) co-organized the above training workshop held in Tunisia, from 15th - 20th May 2017

Aquaculture plays an important role in the countries of the region in terms of contribution to economic development, employment for coastal communities and as an important source of food. Harvests of wild aquatic species or matching demand through commercial fishing interests would eventually result in overfishing and the loss of those species entirely. Therefore, while aquaculture is required to meet the human demand, it also relieves the strain on wild species to allow them to continue to be a significant source. In the most of the INOC member states, the production from capture fisheries stabilized in the early 1990s and many stocks are considered now fully or overexploited. 

This course aimed to help countries of the region and its surroundings to own the latest technological developments in the marine and continental aquaculture, in its various areas of intervention, optimal production techniques, and infrastructure involved in this industry. 

The Aims and objectives of the workshop:

1. Reinforce the capacities of INOC member’s institutions about the modern techniques of marine and inland aquaculture

2. Contributing to the development of aquaculture production using sustainable practices that help stabilize aquatic resources, improve ecological conditions and maintain bio-diversity

 

3. Ensure a better monitoring of aquaculture industry in the INOC Member Countries

For additional information view the attached document:

Training Workshop on Development of Aquaculture production and technologies in the INOC member states , 15 - 20 May 2017

 

 

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