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Training requirements in fisheries and aquaculture in Southeast Asia

Training requirements in fisheries and aquaculture in Southeast Asia

report of the seminar held in Hua Hin, Thailand, 29-30 March 1988.

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Published by Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center in [Iloilo City] .
Written in English


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ContributionsSoutheast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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  Jonah van Beijnen is The Fish Site’s new monthly columnist on aquaculture in Southeast Asia. 90 percent of the world’s cultured seafood originates from Southeast Asian and China and Jonah has been living and working in the region for over 10 years. He will share the latest insights and developments in the region on a monthly basis. the world to discuss the issues pertaining to sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in the Asia-Pacific Region. I am sure that the forum will promote sustainable development of fisheries and aquaculture in Asia and in the world. The Asian Fisheries Society (AFS) is a non-profit scientific society founded in by fishery professionals in Asia.

6, government workers and aquaculture technicians and managers all over the world. AQD's activities have substantially improved technology transfer in aquacul­ ture. In order to improve its training pro­ grams, AQD assessed training require­ ments and available aquaculture manpower in Southeast Asia. This assessment is also. The capture fisheries remain the major source of fish production, but a growing source of food fish comes from aquaculture. From 10% of total fisheries production in Southeast Asia in , aquaculture’s share increased to 17% in , and 27% in By , therefore, more than a quarter of total production of food fish came from by:

Project Principles of area-based management and certification of aquaculture in Southeast Asia. Area-based management (AM) in aquaculture recognizes that the risk of any one farm is dependent on the quality of the wider environment within which that farm is embedded, and that the social relations that provide access to inputs, expertise and governance of common resources also extend beyond the. Marine capture fisheries is the main contributor to fish production and economy of Malaysia in at 1,, MT valued at US$ million and providing work to , people. Aquaculture followed at , MT valued at US$ million providing livelihood to 21, people and inland capture fisheries at 5, MT valued at US$


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