NACA Newsletter

NACA Newsletter.
NACA Newsletter.

The NACA Newsletter covers research and development news from collaborating research centres and member governments. It published both as a stand-alone publication and as a section in Aquaculture Asia Magazine.

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NACA Newsletter Volume XX, No. 3, July-September 2005

In this issue:

Sustainable aquaculture rehabilitation workshop in Aceh, Indonesia. STREAM policy briefs and better practice guidelines. 25 years of training in integrated fish farming. The Responsibilities of Leadership. A helping hand for those who needed it after the tsunami. An introduction to Mirza Koochek Khan Higher Fisheries Education & Training Centre, Iran. ACIAR funded regional project on shrimp health. Impact of aquatic animal health strategies. Farewell Sih Yang Sim. Welcome Koji Yamamoto.

NACA Newsletter Volume XX, No. 2, April-June 2005

In this issue:

Cash for work, Aceh. HRH Chulabhorn opens new molecular genetics laboratory, Thailand. Aquatic epidemiology training. STREAM Regional Conference and BMP Workshop. Dr Modadugu V. Gupta awarded the 2005 World Food Prize. Study program on marine aquaculture and seafood markets in southern China, 2005. The third Regional Grouper Hatchery Production Training Course.

NACA Newsletter Volume XX, No. 1, January-March 2005

In this issue:

Tsunami: The long road to recovery. Special Program in Response to the Tsunami. Rebuilding cage aquaculture and eco-tourism at Koh Yao Noi, Thailand. Cash for work, Aceh Indonesia. Assessment of tsunami impacts in Thailand and Indonesia. Consortium to Restore Shattered Livelihoods in Tsunami-devastated Nations. Regional Workshop on Rehabilitation of Fisheries and Aquaculture in Coastal Communities of tsunami affected countries in Asia. Outcomes of Governing Council 16. New grouper feed and marine finfish hatchery guides. Towards a framework for a pro-poor regional strategy for sustainable aquatic resources management in Asia-Pacific. Artificial propagation of indigenous fish species in Sarawak, Malaysia. Inauguration of the National Advisory Committee on Aquatic Animal Health of Viet Nam. Supporting Viet Nam to make an informed decision towards Penaeus vannamei farming. Health group calls for improved surveillance and reporting. Training and study tours in Q1 2005-05-25. TVR 'Ramu' Pillay (1921-2005).

NACA Newsletter Volume XIX, No. 4, October-December 2004

In this issue:

Kasetsart University and NACA sign MOU on genetics. Village shrimp health management project in Andhra Pradesh. A committee to manage fish health in Viet Nam. China to promote healthy shrimp farming. Father of China's shrimp aquaculture. NACA collaboration can extend to west and central Asia, Iran mission suggests. STREAM conducts monitoring & evaluation workshop. STREAM to support aquaculture in western Orissa.

NACA Newsletter Volume XIX, No. 3, July-September 2004

In this issue:

A regional response to aquatic invasive alien species. 6th Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture. Indonesia plan EC PREP seafood trade study. NACA Website: Guide to member services. Preparing and responding to health emergencies. New publication: Marine Finfish Aquaculture Magazine. STREAM Agreement with MOF Vietnam on Communications. STREAM Agreement with NAFEC Vietnam on Livelihoods Approaches. NACA-NACEE Cooperation. Training and study tours.

NACA Newsletter Volume XIX, No. 1-2, January-June 2004

In this issue:

Outcomes of the 15th Governing Council. Aquaculture seminar. Council Chair for 2004-2005. Shrimp disease and coastal management - four years. New Import Risk Analysis publications. Reducing the risk of shrimp disease outbreaks in Vietnam. Network of Aquaculture Centres in Central and Eastern Europe. OASIS: The One Stop Aqua Shop Information Service. Other recent STREAM activities. New faces at NACA.

NACA Newsletter Volume XVIII, No. 3-4, July-December 2003

In this issue:

Health Advisory Group urges vigilance and preparedness against emerging disease. New Zealand farmer helps train Asian aquaculturists. Mr Junaidi Che Ayub. Global Aquaculture Discussion Forum, Dhaka, Bangladesh. STREAM Conducts Livelihood Capacity-building in the Philippines, India. MPEDA/NACA shrimp farmer workshop held in Andhra Pradesh, India. Learning by Doing - Fisheries and Adaptive Learning. NACA cooperation expanded to shrimp health management in Vietnam. 150 people trained in Q3-Q4, 2003. International Symposium on Freshwater Prawns Held at Kochi, India. Developing an online aquaculture community for NACA.

NACA Newsletter Volume XVIII, No. 2, April-June 2003

In this issue:

Recommendations of the Aquamarkets Consultation 2003. EC-funded project targets seafood trade and poverty. Shrimp disease control and coastal management. Fisheries and Adaptive Learning project. Shrimp aquaculture certification: Request for information & advice on a new web site. Workshop on control and responsible use of alien species. MPEDA/NACA Technical Assistance on Shrimp Health and Coastal Management. Changes to the regional list of aquatic animal diseases. STREAM SAPA Stakeholder Workshop in Hanoi. Regional Training Course on Grouper Hatchery Production. Review on low food chain species for marine fish culture. NACA/Deakin University to visit Indonesia 2-7 April 2003.

NACA Newsletter Volume XVIII, No. 1, January-March 2003

In this issue:

14th NACA Governing Council, Myanmar. Welcome to NACA's first Associate Member. NACA Alumni notes - U Minn Thame. Australian Youth Ambassador. Assisting in the Development of Recirculating Shrimp Farm Technologies. Nepal to join STREAM Initiative. NACA Joins Thai IT for Agriculture Forum. Indigenous Australian aquaculture group visits Thailand. Bangladesh Fisheries Training and Extension Project tour. Ugandan farmers train on catfish breeding and culture.

NACA Newsletter Volume XVII, No. 4, October-December 2002

In this issue:

Outcomes of Advisory Group on Health. New FAO Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific. Chinese Regional Lead Centre provides training in Rice-Fish farming under China-ASEAN Agriculture Cooperation. Development of Second Phase of APARIS. Building the leading source of global information on aquaculture. AFS/Fish Health Section 5th Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture. Upcoming training courses.