Tuesday , 19 March 2019
  • WATCH: Highlights of the 2018 Inland Freshwater Aquaculture Training

    Fisheries officers of eight countries from Africa, Asia and Oceania spent 16 days training at SEAFDEC/AQD in the Philippines hoping to improve the fish farming industries in their respective countries. See what they have to say in this video. …

  • Upcoming Training Course on Tilapia

    SEAFDEC/AQD is now accepting applicants for its training course on “Tilapia Hatchery and Grow-out Operations” scheduled on 11-15 March 2019. …

  • BFAR staff train on seaweed farming to boost supply

    To “intensely” address the problem on the shortage of quality seed material (propagules) and increase productivity and profitability within the seaweed sector, technical staff of the Philippine Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources attended a 10-day training course at SEAFDEC/AQD. …

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