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Increased Sustainability in the Aquaculture Sector in sub-Saharan Africa, through Improved Aquatic Animal Health Management
African aquaculture is growing rapidly. Tilapia and catfish are the two most important farmed fish species on the continent, and in Kenya, specifically, rainbow trout farming has become an important part of the country’s ...
Improving Biosecurity: A Science-Based Approach to Manage Fish Disease Risks and Increase the Socioeconomic Contribution of the Nigerian Catfish and Tilapia Industries
Nigeria is one of Africa’s largest aquaculture producers, yet its lack of a clear aquatic animal health strategy has resulted in substantial disease-related production losses. There is little or no biosecurity management ...
Reducing disease risks in fish through better detection, management and prevention
Aquaculture productivity is limited by the introduction and spread of infectious fish diseases, which compromise fish farming livelihoods and food and nutrition security in Asia and Africa. Epidemiological tools provide ...
CGIAR Research Program on Fish Agri-Food Systems: A synthesis
The fish agri-food system connects supplies of fish and other aquatic foods through multiple pathways and scales to diverse consumers across the planet and is a key component of the global agri-food systems. Fish and other ...
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): A major challenge for the aquaculture industry in Bangladesh
Irrational and inappropriate antimicrobial use (AMU) in aquaculture can lead to the emergence and persistence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) pathogens, and the risk of transfer of AMR pathogens from aquaculture settings ...