December, 2011 - 7 years after the devastating tsunami that killed hundreds of thousands of people in the Indian ocean, and over 135,000 alone in Indonesia, comes a story of hope and resilience as two shrimp farmers from Banda Aceh share with us their success from shrimp aquaculture farming. This short video was produced for the Aquaculture Clinic 2011 held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, and hosted by The WorldFish center and A-Spark Good Ventures.

How do we help the malnourished by choosing which fish is most nutritious?

The idea that fish is a healthy diet choice is widespread, but fish differ in the benefits they offer, with implications for how we help the malnourished.

"Lands of the Lake" or "Terres du Lac" or "Dey boeung". 56mn long documentary made of 7 chapters. Theme: fisheries and infrastructure development in the Mekong Basin (the Tonle Sap perspective). Languages: English, French, Khmer (online: English version only). Director: C.Gargiulo. Scientific content: E. Baran. Producer: WorldFish Center, in collaboration with the Cambodia National Mekong Committee. This movie follows fish migration along the Mekong River down to the amazing fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake.

"Lands of the Lake" or "Terres du Lac" or "Dey boeung". 56mn long documentary made of 7 chapters. Theme: fisheries and infrastructure development in the Mekong Basin (the Tonle Sap perspective). Languages: English, French, Khmer (online: English version only). Director: C.Gargiulo. Scientific content: E. Baran. Producer: WorldFish Center, in collaboration with the Cambodia National Mekong Committee. This movie follows fish migration along the Mekong River down to the amazing fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake.

"Lands of the Lake" or "Terres du Lac" or "Dey boeung". 56mn long documentary made of 7 chapters. Theme: fisheries and infrastructure development in the Mekong Basin (the Tonle Sap perspective). Languages: English, French, Khmer (online: English version only). Director: C.Gargiulo. Scientific content: E. Baran. Producer: WorldFish Center, in collaboration with the Cambodia National Mekong Committee. This movie follows fish migration along the Mekong River down to the amazing fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake.

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