2022 Aquaculture Africa: Sustainable Aquaculture - Feeding Africa

  • Date
    25.03.22 > 28.03.22
  • Time
    12:00 am > 12:00 am
  • Location

An international event made up of trade exhibitions, industry forums, student sessions and activities, satellite workshops and various meetings/forums to learn more about aquaculture development in Egypt and Africa.

Date: Friday-Monday, 25-28 March 2022

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The AFRAQ2021 hosted by the Government of Egypt and WorldFish in Egypt, will bring together local and international aquaculture researchers, practitioners, decision-makers and other stakeholders to discuss the latest research on sustainable aquaculture to boost food, nutrition and income security in Africa under the theme “Sustainable Aquaculture – Feeding Africa”.

The venue will be the famous Bibliotheca Alexandrina, one of the most fascinating tourist and cultural attractions in the world, with special excursion visits that will also be arranged to nearby fish farms, fish feed mills and local research facilities. The event will feature an international trade exhibition, industry forums, student sessions and activities, satellite workshops (and training sessions) and various meetings/forum.

As part of our commitments to explore solutions that connect social, economic and environmental challenges in developing aquaculture research, technology and innovation for Africa, WorldFish’s Colin Shelley, Rodrigue Yossa and Essam Yassin Mohammed will support the goals of AFRAQ2021 by continuing to showcase our research and innovation in aquatic food systems in relation to the WorldFish’s ‘2030 Research and Innovation Strategy‘ and CGIAR’s initiative in ‘Resilient Aquatic Foods for Healthy People and Planet.’

For more information on the AFRAQ2021, explore the event agenda and the speaker lineup.

Stay up to date with the latest information by following WorldFish and the hashtag #aquaticfoods to join the virtual dialogue on Twitter.

We look forward to your active participation.

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