Home / Education-Formation

Education-Formation

THE OFFICE OF THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR, WEST AFRICA REGION OF WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY AFRICAN CHAPTER, IS PLEASED TO INVITE YOU ALL TO OUR WEBINAR SEMINAR SERIES, THE 12TH EDITION.COMING UP ON THE 30TH OF OCTOBER, 2020 BY 3PM (GMT+1)

The office of the Regional Director, West Africa Region of World Aquaculture Society African Chapter, Is  pleased to invite you all to our Webinar Seminar Series, the 12th edition.Coming up on the 30th of October, 2020 by 3pm (GMT+1). Topic: Domestication of Aquaculture Species: A diversification from Tilapia and Catfish. …

Read More »

The World Aquaculture Society West Africa Region, will hold a webinar seminar on 28 July 2020 at 14:00 GMT; under the theme: SOCIO ECONOMIC REASONS FOR AQUACULTURE AS BUSINESS AND YOUTH EMPLYMENT THROUGH AQUACULTURE, on Zoom meeting.

The World Aquaculture Society West Africa Region, will hold a webinar seminar on 28 July 2020 at 14:00 GMT; under the theme: SOCIO ECONOMIC REASONS FOR AQUACULTURE AS BUSINESS AND YOUTH EMPLYMENT THROUGH AQUACULTURE, on Zoom meeting. ID : 4110886313 Password: 4SkPQx

Read More »

PREDICTING UPTAKE OF AQUACULTURE TECHNOLOGIES AMONG SMALLHOLDER FISH FARMERS IN KENYA

In Africa, many governments and development agencies have promoted aquaculture as a panacea for household food security, rural development, and poverty reduction. However, aquaculture production in the continent remains low despite significant investments in research and technology development. While numerous initiatives have been directed at technological innovation and transfer, their …

Read More »

PRELIMINARY OBSERVATION EGG OF AFRICAN SIDENECK TORTOISE PELUSIOS CASTANOIDES SOUTHEAST ARM OF MALAWI

By : : Dr Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam Lecturer , Department of Basic  Studies, DMI St.John the Baptist University, Mangochi Campus, Republic of Malawi, Central Africa. Abstract The present study revealed that the size of the egg African side-neck tortoise Pelusios castanoides. Depending on the size of the female, 8-11 leathery-shelled eggs are …

Read More »

AQUACULTUREINAFRICA, MEMBER OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY, IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ORGANIZATION OF THE 1ST INTERNATIONAL AQUACULTURE AFRICA 2020 CONFERENCE IN EGYPT.

The African section of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS) will organize its 1st annual international conference and exhibition of the African chapter of the World Aquaculture Society (AFRAQ2020), SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE – FEEDING AFRICA, which will be held in Alexandria, Egypt from 28 November to 1 December 2020, with the participation …

Read More »

IN TOGO, THE INSTITUTE OF AQUACULTURE IFAD A STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR THE TRAINING AND STRENGTHENING OF AQUACOLE SKILLS IN AFRICA

By: Dr Mustapha ABA, Aquaculture Researcher, Morocco. The importance of human capacity building in aquaculture is increasingly recognized by all stakeholders concerned with sustainable development, thus strengthening aquaculture education, skills development and knowledge support by IFAD Aquaculture in Togo. In response to socio-economic and ecological political transformations and the challenges …

Read More »

FLAGSHIP SPECIES OF MULANJE CEDAR (CHILUMBA MU MLENGALENGA) WIDDRINGTONIA WHYETI (RENDLE, 1894) NATIONAL TREE OF MALAWI

By : Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam Lecturer, Department of Aquaculture, DMI St. John the Baptist University, Mangochi Campus, Republic of Malawi, Central Africa. And Michael Khando2, Ruth Makuzula2, Vinjeru Gondwe2, Janet Nyondo2, Francis Gomani2, Mbowe Maxwell Victor2, Dennis Mhone Mwsinga2, Fatima Daud2, Takondwa Chikopa2, Arthur Sambakunsi2, Limbani Calvin Langa2, Odala Chikhasu2, Roy …

Read More »

IN ALGERIA, THE MARITIME FISHERIES AND FISHERIES RESOURCES DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE OF SIDI BEL ABBES ORGANIZES A TRAINING ON THE INTEGRATION OF AQUACULTURE IN AGRICULTURE

By: Dr. Mustapha ABA, Aquaculture Researcher Morocco. One of the major challenges facing agriculture in the 21st century is how to feed a world where the population is growing and the demand for food is increasing. The sustainability of food production increasingly requires the use of rational and effective water …

Read More »