FAO Aquaculture Newsletter No. 33

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Rome, July 2005

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Contents

Editorial

Tuna farming - Alessandro Lovatelli and Francesca Ottolenghi

Preparedness and response to aquatic animal health emergencies: A regional workshop held in Jakarta, Indonesia - Rohana P. Subasinghe and Melba B. Reantaso

China/FAO/NACA Workshop on healthy, safe and environmentally sound shrimp farming - Rohana P. Subasinghe

Promotion of small-scale aquaculture and poultry aquaculture and poultry farming for food security in Haiti: TCP/HAI/2903 - Valerio Crespi and Emmanuelle GuerneBleich

FAO assists rehabilitation of Tsunami devastated aquaculture sector in North Sumatra, Indonesia - Rohana Subasinghe and Michael J. Phillips

Excerpts on aquaculture and inland fisheries during the Fifth Session of the Advisory Committee on Fisheries Research (ACFR)

New staff profile

Towards sustainable aquaculture development in Georgia - Raymon Van Anrooy

Highlights from the FAO database on aquaculture production statistics - Alan Lowther

Small-scale for-profit hatcheries as catalysts for aquaculture development in Eastern Uganda and as models for successful South-South co-operation - Wilson Mwanja, Simon Olok, Boniface Mulonda Kalende, Cecile Brugere and John Moehl

Ornamental fishes: a sustainable livelihoods option for rainforest communities - Randall E. Brummett

Establishment of an aquaculture cooperation network in Latin America and the Caribbean - Jose Aguilar-Manjarrez

Pakistan sought FAO assistance to formulate a project on agro-processing and agri-business enterprise development and knowledge sharing in livestock, aquaculture and horticulture - Melba B. Reantaso and Divine Njie

TCP/PAK/3005 "Support to fishery sector policy and strategy formulation in Pakistan" - Cecile Brugere

FAO supported ASEM workshop on disease and health management - Melba B. Reantaso

Remembering TVR "Ramu" Pillay (1921-2005)

Thankful farewell to Francis Christian Baldock (1947-2005)

New FAO publications

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