FCFFT New Bussa success story 2013

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  • 1. 2013 PROGRESS REPORT OF THE WEST AFRICANAGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAM(WAAPP)AT THE FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FRESHWATER FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY (FCFFT), P. M. B. 1500, NEW BUSSA, NIGER STATE, NIGERIA. BY Bako W.S. August 13-16, 2013
  • 2. • Project Objectives: • The objectives of WAAPP in our institution is to assist/collaborate with the National Centre of Specialization (NCOS) in Aquaculture in the following areas: • • Fingerlings research and adoption • Survey to identify high quality brood stock of different culturable species of fish • Development of brood stock tank for improved and fast growing fingerlings production • Breeding and nursing of fries to fingerlings • Establishment of demonstration centers in our adopted villages, secondary and their environs • Seminar to present outcome of the research • Release of new developed species • Awareness creation and training of farmers on high quality species released •
  • 3. • Our institutions’ areas of specialization are catfish, tilapia etc. • • Fish Feeds research and adoption • Fish feed survey in order to identify gaps in feed production and utilization • Research into local feed development (floating and sinking), feed stuff quality and local fishmeal • Promote the building of linkages between feedstuff producers for improved quality and reduced cost • Organize meetings with factory managers to sensitize them on the importance of good quality fish feeds • Conduct research into low cost machinery for feed pellet production • Fabricate low cost machinery for feed pellet production • Establishment of demonstration centers in our adopted villages, secondary schools and their environs • Awareness creation and training on available low cost feed machinery • • • • Post Harvest (processing, packaging and marketing) research and adoption • Conduct of survey on the status of post harvest technologies • Development of low cost and efficient post-harvest technologies for fish processing and packaging • Promote value addition • Facilitate the development of storage facilities • Facilitate the development of good packaging to attract more investors and consumers alike to the business of fish marketing • Facilitate increased marketing outlets for processed quality fish products and promote adherence to the required standards for fish exports • Development of effective communications and markets information flow among stakeholders • Encourage cooperative efforts in the sale of fish by facilitating the establishment of market centers • Build capacity in the area of value addition to meet international standards through the organization of workshops and seminars.
  • 4. Fish snacks in Tamanai village
  • 5. Fish snacks in Tamanai village
  • 6. Fish snacks in Tamanai village
  • 7. Fish snacks in Tamanai village
  • 8. Sensory evaluation of snacks
  • 9. Frying of snacks at Old D/Gari village
  • 10. Sensory evaluation of fish snacks
  • 11. Fish fermented Training at Old Dogon - gari village
  • 12. Liming at Old Dogon-gari pond
  • 13. Coop. mgt. training at Koro
  • 14. Fish snacks in Koro village
  • 15. Fish snacks in Koro village
  • 16. Fish snacks in Koro village
  • 17. Pond survey at Tamanai village
  • 18. Pond construction at Tamanai village
  • 19. Tamanai village media centre
  • 20. Sensory evaluation of fermented fish source at Tamanai village
  • 21. Sensory evaluation of fermented fish source at Tamanai village
  • 22. Fish fermented Training at Tamanai village
  • 23. Fish snacks training at Koro
  • 24. Fish fermented Training at Koro village
  • 25. Fish fermented Training at Koro village
  • 26. Pond tools for Koro village
  • 27. Pond construction at Koro village
  • 28. Koro pond in August
  • 29. Pond and centre at Tamanai village
  • 30. Entertainments for Koro village
  • 31. AMMKIII College Pond
  • 32. fermented fish source at Koro village
  • 33. Koro pond excavation
  • 34. Koro media centre
  • 35. Fish fermented Training at Yuna village
  • 36. Yuna pond after seeding
  • 37. Training on fish pond mgt. at GSS Karabonde
  • 38. Training on coop mgt. and group dynamics at GSS Karabonde
  • 39. Training on Fish snacks at GSS Karabonde
  • 40. GSS Karabonde pond
  • 41. Training on pond mgt. at AMMKIII New Bussa
  • 42. Training on coop mgt. and group dynamics at GSS Karabonde
  • 43. Presentation of pond tools to AMMKIII college New Bussa
  • 44. Training on coop mgt. and group dynamics at AMMKIII New Bussa
  • 45. Training on Fish fermentationat AMMKIII New Bussa Training on coop mgt. and group dynamics at AMMKIII New Bussa
  • 46. Training on Fish snacks at AMMKIII New Bussa
  • 47. Training on Fish snacks at AMMKIII New Bussa
  • 48. Training on Fish snacks at GSTC Dogon- gari
  • 49. Training on Fish pond mgt. at GSTC Dogon-gari
  • 50. Training on Fish snacks at GSTC Dogon-gari
  • 51. Cross section of students at training at GSTC Dogon-gari
  • 52. Pond maintenance at GSTC Dogon- gari
  • 53. Fingerlings at GSTC Dogon-gari
  • 54. Lime application at Koro village’ pond