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Aqua-Feed Training with ASA/WISHH by Texas A&M

Aqua-Farms Organization through its partnership with World Initiative for Soybean in Human Health (WISHH) took training on Aquaculture Feed Extrusion, Nutrition & Feed Management  by Texas A&M University on August 31st- September 4th. the training aimed at: Train production personnel in principles and characteristics of extruders and support systems for effective selection and operation. Review

Interview with A Mariculture Guru In Tanzania: Is Ocean farming feasible?

For over 20 years Dr Aviti Mmochi from University of Dar es Salaam, who is the  Head of Marine Innovation and Technology at Institute of Marine Sciences has been involved in research, consultancy and public service in mariculture and integrated agriculture-aquaculture in Tanzania. In his short interview with Aqua-Farms organization online series, He elaborated on

6 Business Opportunities in Aquaculture- Tanzania

Aqua-Farms Organization (AFO) in collaboration with the Aquaculture Association of Tanzania ( AAT) conducted a live session that connected 36 people online on the topic of “Untapped Potential of Aquaculture in Tanzania”. Noting that Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food sector worldwide which currently produces about 50% of the fish consumed, it is expected that this

Tune in 23 May: Instagram Live – Untapped Aquaculture Potential in Tanzania

In amid COVID-19 we are all taking necessary precautions and encouraging you to do same and follow professional guidelines on how to protect yourself and others. We are bringing to you InstaLive sessions on Fisheiries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Conservation talks from all over the continent and beyond to share various insights with you. This week

More about Fish Farms we Run

In the last quarter of 2019 Aqua-Farms Organization in collaboration with Emerald fisheries launched the local designed Recirculating Aquaculture System for tilapia farming with a capacity to yield 7.8 tonnes per year. A this farm has used less than area of 400 sqm, with more than 114 cubic meters of water, which is 60 %

Happy World Mangroves Day, July 26 In celebration of Worlds Mangrove Day July 26 Aqua-Farms Organization, Rotary club of Udsm Mlimani, Youngship Tanzania and Fisheries Development and Conservation ( FIDEC)  showing our  journey of facilitating community based mangrove restoration at Mbweni through Mikoko na Jamii project.   Mangroves are amongst rapidly degraded ecosystems, they need collective actions in order to

“Gender inclusion the foundation for healthier ocean” World Oceans Day

Aqua-Farms Organization collaborated with the Women in Marine Sciences Network ( WIMS) which is under the Western Indian Ocean Marine Sciences Association ( WIOMSA), YoungShip Tanzania, Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute, Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries of University of Dar es Salaam, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission-UNESCO and PaddaFelis Events together we commemorated the day by hosting

The series of weekend fish farming training “Are fish farming systems diverse?”

Fish farming system are diverse, from the water-based system, land-based system, recycling system and Integrated farming system. they are influenced by the geography, rate of investment, availability of resources as well as the climate. for successful fish farming ( aquaculture) practice effective communication networks, reliable data on merits and drawbacks of the various approach, helps

Register to attend a one day conference of the World Oceans Day June 8th 2019

The World Oceans Day (WOD) 2019 commemoration is to build a greater Ocean and gender literacy while discovering ways to promote gender equality in ocean-related activities, such as marine scientific research, fisheries, policy-making and management. Structure of the conference The conference will involve a diverse group of people in Tanzania, both scientists and Non-Scientists, it