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NON-FORMAL PRIMARY EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN OF MARINE FISHER FOLK IN ORISSA, INDIA         Code project:  BOBP/REF. 33
subjects:  Fishery              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education     Teachers' training          
TIETZE U.
RAY N.
Development of Small-Scale Fisheries in the Bay of Bengal Programme
FAO
FAO, MADRAS, INDIA, 1987
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The project aims at providing materials and curricula to the children of an Indian fisherfolk community. The curricula are divided into three parts: the first includes the learning of social and physical environment, the second focuses on literacy, numeracy, linguistic competence and deals with child's personality, and the third explains to the children the marine environment, (marine) products and the fishing techniques.
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Contact:
U. Tietze
Madras,India
91, St. Mary’s Road, Abhiramapuram, 600 018
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THE NUTRITION AND FEEDING OF FARMED FISH AND SHRIMP - A TRAINING MANUAL 3. FEEDING METHODS         Code project:  GCP/RLA/075/ITA
subjects:  Fishery              
levels and types of education: Non-formal education              
TACON ALBERT G. J.
FAO
FAO, BRASILIA, BRAZIL, 1988
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This project provides fish farmers with feeding methods employed for the production of farmed fish and shrimp. It describes complete diet feeding methods, including formulation procedures, feed manufacture and storage, larval feeding, dietary feeding allowances, and feed economics.
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Brasilia D.F.,Brazil
c/o FAO R, C.P.07-1058, CEP 70330, Brasilia D.F., Brazil
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