The ASA/WISHH-supported Cambodian Aquaculturalist Association (CAA) board of directors held its first meeting on July 2 after receiving its official registration from the Royal Government of Cambodia Ministry of Interior. The launch and development of the association is key to
The Global Aquaculture Academy has officially launched a new online course outlining the implementation process of in-pond raceway systems (IPRS) for pond aquaculture cultivation, as well as the technology’s benefits, equipment needed, production figures, and more. The course is comprised of a series of
In a June 9 Policy Brief, UN Secretary General António Guterres focused on the need to safeguard everyone’s access to food and adequate nutrition: for now, and in the future. As the Secretary-General pointed out, millions were already grappling with
Citing a 527% rise in global aquaculture production from 1990 to 2018, a new report affirms the trends driving WISHH’s work in aquaculture, including aqua feeds, in emerging and developing markets. The Food and Agriculture Organization’s State of the World’s
Ongoing research uncovers opportunities for soybean protein concentrate to serve as a sustainable replacement for fishmeal for many aquaculture species. Research projects like this one for pearl gentian grouper, a hybrid species with high protein requirements, help determine where soy fits well.
In 14 out of 76 countries, more than 50 percent of their populations were estimated to be food insecure in 2019. Eight of those countries are in Central and East Africa, one in West and Southern Africa each, and three