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Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands
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Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands

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Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands - Presented by Dr. Mike Phillips at the Farmers Workshop, Malaita, Solomon Islands, on the 22nd of April, 2013. …

Developing inland aquaculture in Solomon Islands - Presented by Dr. Mike Phillips at the Farmers Workshop, Malaita, Solomon Islands, on the 22nd of April, 2013.

Developing Inland Aquaculture in the Solomon Islands is a four-year project funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). The aim of this large project is to identify the best ways for the Solomon Islands Government to carry out an inland aquaculture programme which will contribute to the nation’s food and nutritional security. To do this, the project will address a number of questions:

- Which species, farming systems and production models can best improve existing household aquaculture systems and develop new systems?

- How can delivery of fish feed and fish seed and essential services such as extension and finance be efficiently and sustainably provided?

- How can aquaculture be developed to optimize food and nutritional benefits for those most in need?

- What ecological risks are associated with the growth of aquaculture and how can these be managed and minimized?

- What systems of communication and partnership will most effectively help broadcast the research findings; both within Solomon Islands and to other PICTs facing similar future food-security scenarios?

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  • 1. Developing inland aquaculture inSolomon IslandsACIAR FIS/2010/057Farmer workshop, Auki, Malaita (22nd April 2013)Introductory Remarks
  • 2. Background• Future fish shortfall• Role of aquaculture• Analysis from smallACIAR researchproject
  • 3. In 2011: Acceptance. Innovations. Interest.
  • 4. Government Policy support
  • 5. Developing inland aquaculture in SolomonIslands (FIS/2010/057).. to identify the best mechanisms for SolomonIslands to implement an inland aquacultureprogram which will contribute significantly tofood and nutritional security.LeastMost suitable
  • 6. ACIAR Project - key points• 4 years – 2011-2015• Partners are WorldFish, MFMR, SPC• Farmers, households, schools, NGOs, business• Research for development impact
  • 7. ACIAR - Project objectives
  • 8. (1) Improve and develop species and farmingsystems
  • 9. (2) Identify inputs and services
  • 10. (3) Household incomes and nutrition
  • 11. (4) Identify and manage any ecological risks
  • 12. (5) Understand and help scaling out• Knowledge sharing and networking?• How to supply sufficient fish to households and urbancenters?
  • 13. In 2013: a lot has been achieved in 1.5 years!
  • 14. Purpose of Workshop• The workshop will help ustogether:– Review progress– Identify gaps andopportunities– Help formulate futureplans
  • 15. Thank YouM.Phillips@cgiar.org

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