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Government Departments and NGOs

  • Aquaculture without Frontiers (AwF)

    An aquaculture-focused NGO that assists in the alleviation of poverty in developing countries
  • ASIA PACIFIC - NACA: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific

  • AUSTRALIA - Aquaculture Council of Western Australia

    The Aquaculture Council of Western Australia, as Western Australia\'s peak industry body, is striving to create a secure environment for the development of a sustainable aquaculture industry
  • Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIR)

    Australia’s specialist international agricultural research (including aquaculture) for development agency, their purpose is to broker and fund research partnerships between Australian scientists and their counterparts in developing countries.

  • BORD IASCAIGH MHARA (BIM) - Aquaculture Development Division

    The Aquaculture Development Division is charged with promoting the sustainable development of the Irish aquaculture industry in terms of the volume and value of output, the economic viability and with improving the environmental impact of the sector.
  • British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries

    Commercial harvesting activities in British Columbia, whether they be the commercial harvest of wild species, or the raising of aquatic species on farms, are a vital element of the economy of the province.
  • Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture (CTSA)

    One of five regional aquaculture centers in the United States established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. CTSA is jointly administered by The Oceanic Institute and the University of Hawaii.
  • DFO - THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND OCEANS

    The Government of Canada recognises the significant societal benefits associated with aquaculture. As a result, it has made sustainable aquaculture development a federal priority.
  • El Niño / ENSO diagnostic update

    The latest El Niño / Southern Oscillation (ENSO) diagnostic discussion issued by the Climate Prediction Center/NCEP/NWS and the International Research Institute for Climate and Society is now available.

  • EUMOFA website (in 24 languages)

    24-language user-friendly website that brings updated, reliable and harmonized data on the EU fisheries sector to users, allowing them to browse and extract information on individual products but also by country or by week, month or year.
  • European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission

    The only international forum for collaboration and information exchange among all European countries and for advice to member Governments on the management of inland fisheries and aquaculture.
  • FAME (SPC Division of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems)

  • Fisheries Department of Malaysia

    Includes information on aquaculture

  • Fisheries Department of Western Australia

    Includes information on aquaculture
  • FishWatch

    NOAA website developed by the federal fishery scientists and managers at NOAA designed to give consumers the facts about seafood before they purchase

  • FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

    Leads international efforts to defeat hunger. We help developing countries and countries in transition modernize and improve agriculture, forestry and fisheries practices and ensure good nutrition for all.
  • Freshwater Aquaculture Development Centre (FADC)

    FADC is one of the technical units under the Directorate General of Aquaculture whose area of operation covers the whole country of Indonesia.
  • Fundación Chile

    A non-profit organization who transfer technologies and improves Chilean economy. The Aquaculture Area develops the culture of abalone, turbot, halibut, hirame and several other species.

  • GLOBEFISH - Market Access Information by Country

    The “GLOBEFISH - analysis and information on world fish trade” website has a new map linking to Market Access Information by Country. The section aims to provide a background on regulations and fish market situation to institutions and industry. The information is easily reachable by country: the regulatory framework facilitates users to find all the requirements in force in the selected country to trade fish and fishery products while facts and figures supply additional information on the market situation.
  • Gulf Aquaculture Information

    Website to facilitate the exchange of aquaculture information in the Gulf area and to develop an informal, flexible and functional network of regional experts to promote and develop the sector in the region. The Regional Aquaculture Information System (RAIS) groups all members of The Regional Commission for Fisheries (RECOFI) (Bahrain, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates).
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