Emerging and Exciting Outcomes of Fish Farming Training at SUA

As a strategy for increasing outcomes and sustaining provision of short courses, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) is expanding collaboration with other stakeholders in offering training on fish farming. This has been the case for recent initiative in which SUA in collaboration with University of Dodoma (UDOM), Aquaculture Association of Tanzania (AAT) and Mongola Agri-Enterprises conducted a one week training workshop on “production of catfish fingerings” (translated in Kiswahili as “Uzalishaji wa vifaranga vya samaki aina ya kambale”). 

Fish Training at SUA

Participants of the training on catfish fingerings production posing for a group photo with the guest of honor at the closing ceremony, Dr. Josephat Peter Kirigiti (Centre, in blue suit), the Deputy Principal College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at UDOM

The training, which aimed at providing knowledge and skills for production of catfish fingerings, was conducted from 30th September to 5th October 2019. Two participants of this training had previously attended a short course on tilapia fish farming which was conducted by Department of Animal, Aquaculture and Range Sciences (DAARS) in collaboration with Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), SUA from 6th to 9th May 2019.  They attended this latest training for acquiring knowledge and skills for expanding their agri-business projects which they have established to include not only farming of tilapia fish but also catfish. 
 

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Emerging and Exciting Outcomes of Fish Farming Training at Sokoine University of Agriculture 

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