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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Galicia trains Mozambique in fishery-aquaculture research

Technicians from the Technological Centre of Marine Affairs (Cetmar) are travelling to Mozambique to train staff from scientific institutes in cephalopod stock assessment and in sampling for mollusk farming. Contributing to the fight against poverty and living condition boost and food security in rural and coastal communities in the province of Cabo Delgado is the general objective of the actions being carried out by Cetmar Foundation in Mozambique together with the National Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (IDEPA) and of the National Institute of Fisheries Research (IIP). Cetmar, which has been working with the African country on different projects since 2006, has been funded by Xunta de Galicia through the Galician Cooperation for the performance of this project, which began in January this year and will end in December, 2017. The scheduled activities are intended to increase the sources of sustainable income for the rural and coastal communities of Cabo Delgado through the consolidation of aquaculture in the area and strengthening fisheries research. To this end, and more specifically to increase the scientific knowledge towards the sustainable management of marine resources in Mozambique, several actions are planned for the coming weeks.

Source: fis.com