20 July 2017 | 8192 views | .zip | 356.91 KB | Culture-based fisheries, Training and education, Vietnam
Culture-based fisheries for food security
There are many initiatives underway which are designed to increase food supply, employment and income opportunities in developing countries, most of which require considerable capital inputs. Often overlooked, are the opportunities to produce more food from the natural productivity of local ecosystems. Culture-based fisheries are one example of a relatively simple and low cost technology which can deliver nutritional and economic benefits to rural communities, which often have few livelihood options.
The first Regional Training Course on Culture-based Fisheries will be held from 29 October to 9 November 2017 in Nha Trang, Vietnam. It will be held on the campus of Nha Trang University. The course is aimed at development professionals and extension officers working in fisheries and aquaculture or with agricultural communities.
Programme at a glance
The training will consist of lectures, classroom exercises and simulations, covering:
Learn from the experts
The course will be taught by world experts in the field, including:
NACA wishes to acknowledge the United Nations University Fisheries Training Programme, which has provided financial and technical support to the development and convening of this course. The course is organised in partnership between UNU-FTP, NACA and Nha Trang University.
The registration fee for the course is US$1,000. The fee includes tuition, materials, working lunches and breaks. Registration closes on 30 September. For more information please download the indicative programme and registration form below. Contact yuan 'at' enaca.org for all enquiries.
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