World Fisheries Congress 2021: ‘Sharing Our Oceans And Rivers – A Vision For The World’s Fisheries’

An international fisheries conference to discuss the latest advances in global fisheries.

Date: Monday-Friday, 20-24 September 2021

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The 8th World Fisheries Congress will be the largest gathering of research, industry and management sectors in Adelaide, Australia aimed at fostering cooperation and engagement to boost commercial, recreational and indigenous fisheries production and management.

11th Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture (DAA11)

A forum to explore the technical knowledge and experiences surrounding aquatic animal health.

Date: Monday-Thursday, 23-26 August 2021

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The Diseases in Asian Aquaculture (DAA) series is held once in every three years and for 2021, the DAA11 symposium will bring together professionals, academicians, and field experts to discuss the core aspects of aquatic animal health.

CFS47: Making a Difference in Food Security and Nutrition

A four-day event as part of a series of plenary sessions to build a global narrative towards making a difference in food security and nutrition by 2030.

Date: Monday-Thursday, 8-11 February 2021

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The plenary sessions provide an opportunity to build meaningful dialogue and interaction among stakeholders groups as part of this year’s CFS47 theme, “Making a Difference in Food Security and Nutrition.”

WorldFish in Zambia

WorldFish focuses on testing technologies that improve the productivity of fisheries and aquaculture and strengthen value chains to increase incomes of fishdependent people in Zambia and throughout sub-Saharan Africa. WorldFish works in the Barotse Floodplain of western Zambia where its research focuses on testing improved fish processing technologies and social innovations to reduce post-harvest losses and improve gender relations throughout the fishery value chain.

WorldFish in Nigeria

WorldFish has a long history of working in Africa, including in nearby Ghana and Cameroon, to strengthen the continent’s aquaculture sector by conducting research and providing training. WorldFish aims to harness this experience, combined with its expertise in fish genetics, to boost aquaculture productivity and enhance nutrition and food security in Nigeria. WorldFish will draw on its involvement and support from the African Union InterAfrican Bureau of Animal Resources to deliver this work.

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