Sunday , 23 January 2022

Joesyl Marie de la Cruz

Joesyl, Information Assistant, Devcom Section, Training and Information Department, Tigbauan Main Station.

Online training courses being fast-tracked to empower aquaculture industry

To help bolster the supply of seafood and sustain the development of the fish farming industry during a pandemic, SEAFDEC/AQD is fast-tracking the development of online training courses. Distance learning courses are conducted through online learning platforms, where participants can access lecture notes, instructional materials, activities, and even examinations.

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[COVID-19] Postponement of Training Courses

In light of the growing concerns around COVID-19 in the Philippines, SEAFDEC/AQD will be postponing all training courses scheduled in March and April 2020 until further notice. The postponement is in accordance with the Presidential Decree No. 922 “Declaring a State of Public Health Emergency Throughout the Philippines.” SEAFDEC/AQD is implementing this safety measure to minimize inconveniences to training participants and proactively mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Thank you for your understanding. For your concerns, please contact: Training Section through email (training@seafdec.org.ph) and/or phone (63-33 330 7033).

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USEC Gongona visits AQD

Director Gongona and AQD Chief Dan Baliao had a meeting on the status of the collaborative project between AQD and BFAR to establish legislated multi-species hatcheries around the country.

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Celebrity vet comes to aid FishWorld turtles

Celebrity host and veterinarian Dr. Ferdinand Recio of GMA Network’s ‘Born to be Wild’ visited SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) to provide medical assistance to rescued sea turtles with fibropapillomatosis and floater syndrome last 20 February 2019

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ASEAN RTC on AEPRS

ASEAN Regional Technical Consultation on Aquatic Emergency Preparedness and Response Systems for Effective Management of Transboundary Disease Outbreaks in Southeast Asia20-22 August 2018 / Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao / Bangkok, Thailand Kindly find all workshop documents below: FileTechnical Session 1. Country ReportsCR01Brunei DarussalamCR02CambodiaCR03IndonesiaCR04JapanCR06MalaysiaCR07MyanmarCR08PhilippinesCR09SingaporeCR10ThailandCR11Viet Nam FileTechnical Session 2. Review PapersRP1Components and Implementation Strategies of Effective Hazard Monitoring and Early WarningRP2Transboundary aquatic animal diseases:  History and Impacts to ASEAN aquacultureRP3Safe International TradeRP4Emergency response to emerging diseases: TiLV in TilapiaRP5Emergency response to emerging disease: AHPND in shrimpRP6Risk analysis in aquacultureRP7Emergency preparedness and response and contingency plans as a component of an Aquatic Animal Health Management and Biosecurity Strategy FileTechnical Session 3. Workshop Presentations and other documentsWD1Workshop output by Group 1WD2Workshop output …

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