This report describes the experiences and lessons learnt from activities conducted by NACA in Viet Nam to support the sustainable development of the aquaculture sector using better management practices (BMPs) and harmonised strategies for the management of aquatic animal health and environmental problems. The report covers the following achievements:
- Reducing the risk of diseases from seed.
- Reducing the risk of diseases in farms.
- Developing capacity at the provincial level.
- Developing an effective surveillance system.
- Developing capacity at national level.
- Wide dissemination of experiences.
Activities were conducted over the period 2003-2005 thanks to the support of the Danida-funded SUMA (Support to Brackishwater and Marine Aquaculture component of the Fisheries Sector Programme Support (FSPS).
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.
NACA publishes technical papers and manuals for a wide variety of farming systems and related environmental and social issues. Many of these provide guidance on better management practices with a view to improving crop outcomes and on-farm resource utilisation efficiency. By using inputs such as feed and power more efficiently, farmers can simultaneously improve their profitability and environmental performance.