GSSD13 Solution Forum 3 ( FAO )


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Global South-South Expo

A presentation from solution 3 organised by FAO

As the world searches for solutions to global development challenges, especially aimed at achieving sustainable development, food security and poverty eradication, the promotion of the “Green Economy,” has become increasingly important. A Green Economy requires effective mechanisms that will safeguard ecological systems, reduce the impact on the use of natural resources, and stabilize the economy and secure people’s livelihoods. This is why the session forum facilitated by FAO will showcase a variety of initiatives based on agro-ecological approaches to agriculture, forestry and fisheries management that address several facets of the needs of society. South-South and triangular cooperation have the potential to trigger, accelerate and facilitate the process of technology development, transfer, and the capacity-building necessary for their expansion and up-scaling.

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GSSD13 Solution Forum 3 ( FAO )

  1. 1. VIETNAMESE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN NAMIBIA Moses Maurihungirire Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Namibia
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  3. 3. OUTCOME TITLE HERE  Fish•farmers in image, newnot adjustable Line is use their but capacities to develop moveaquaculture activities and to their up and down… improve social livelihood
  4. 4. OUTPUTS TITLE HERE  Creation of national genetic selection • Line is in image, but not adjustable programme for tilapia species to move up and down…  Capacity to apply sex reversal techniques for three-spot tilapia Collection of stock for genetics Training on sex reversal techniques
  5. 5. OUTPUTS TITLE HERE  Capacity to conduct research on current feed • and is in image, but practices at small quality Linefeed management not adjustable to move up and down… and commercial scale  Capacity to improve the existing practices on seed production at our Inland Aquaculture Centres Collection of brood stock in the Kunene River Collection of fingerlings from pond
  6. 6. OUTPUTS  Capacity to develop cage culture pilot projects in state dams  Establish a fish museum at KIFI for native fish fauna Epalela FF for cage culture Fish Museum will be located here
  7. 7. OUTPUTS  Research programme for initiating of indigenous species for aquaculture practices  Establish an aquaculture extension network Largemouth bass Students for extension work in Zambezi
  8. 8. OUTPUTS  Revise and improve the existing training materials on fish farming  Provide on-the-job-training courses on aquaculture practices to fish farmers  Develop the capacity to apply low inputs techniques for the current fish farming to improve fish production at farm level