Thailand

Thailand's involvement in NACA.

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NACA member governments

NACA member governments are: Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, Indonesia, I.R. Iran, Korea (DPR), Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.

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NACA Newsletter Volume XVII, No. 1, January-March 2002

In this issue:

Governing Council 13 / AFBiS Seminar. US Consultation sets work agenda for the WB-NACA-WWF-FAO. Consortium on Shrimp Farming and the Environment. Conclusions and Recommendations of the Joint meeting of AFBiS 2002 and the 13th NACA Governing Council. FAO/NACA Expert Consultation Focusing on Aquaculture and Small-scale Aquatic Resource Management for Poverty Alleviation. Myanmar Fishery and Livestock Fair 2002 a huge success. Nepal develops national strategy on aquatic animal health management. Shrimp Farming & the Environment Case Studies now available on the web. NACA implements APEC project on Import Risk Analysis. MOU on project to prevent disease losses on prawn farms. Andhra Pradesh Fisheries Minister studies Thai & Malaysian aquaculture systems. Vietnamese mission evaluates new high value Chinese species.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, October-December 2001

This report, the forteenth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of thirteen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

The STREAM Initiative: Promoting participation, communication and policies that support the livelihoods of poor aquatic resource users in the Asia-Pacific

STREAM is a regional initiative that will support capacity building among local government institutions, NGOs, and community groups involved in aquatic resources management. It will support community-based learning initiatives, develop a regional communications and learning strategy and support on-going policy and institutional changes in the region to enable aquatic resources users to participate more effectively in policy-making processes, and encouraging the development of more responsive government institutions.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, July-September 2001

This report, the thirteenth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of sixteen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, April-June 2001

This report, the twelfth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of seventeen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, January-March 2001

This report, the eleventh in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of fourteen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

Trans-boundary aquatic animal pathogen transfer and the development of harmonized standards on aquaculture health management (FWG/03/2000)

This document provides the report of a joint APEC/FAO/NACA/SEMARNAP expert workshop held in Mexico, July 2000. The workshop aimed to review existing knowledge on the impacts of trans-boundary aquatic animal pathogen movement, review management strategies to control impacts, to identify potential future managemment interventions at national and international levels, to review existing knowlege on standardisation or diagnostic techniques and to develop a follow up programme for standardisation of aquaculture health management measures.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, October-December 2000

This report, the tenth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of thirteen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, July-September 2000

This report, the ninth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of fourteen states in the Asia-Pacific region.

Quarterly Aquatic Animal Disease Report, April-June 2000

This report, the eighth in the series, contains information about the aquatic animal health status of sixteen states in the Asia-Pacific region. The foreword discusses capacity building initiatives to improve disease surveillance in the region.