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Subject: tilapia culture in Africa
From: Les Kaufman <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 27 Apr 2008 18:17:38 -0700
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Dear Alan,

Atop those other contacts, I strongly urge that you speak to some  
African ichthyologists and fisheries biologists who have been through  
the cycle of hope and despair over tilapia culture several times.   
There is nonetheless a strong consensus that if only it were done  
right.....For Kenya I recommend Drs. William Ojwang, James Ogari, and  
A. Asila of KMFRI.  I've copied William here.

You may also wish to be in touch with Dr. John Balirwa of NaFIRRI in  
Jinja, and Dr. Wilson Mwanja of Ugandan Fisheries.  But William is a  
good starting point.

Les


Les Kaufman
Professor of Biology
Boston University Marine Program
and
Senior PI
Marine Management Area Science
Conservation International

I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.
George W. Bush
Saginaw, Michigan; September 29, 2000



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> Topics of the day:
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>   1. Fwd: Tilapia culture
>   2. Address problems
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> Date:    Sun, 27 Apr 2008 18:12:45 +0800
> From:    Listes <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Fwd: Tilapia culture
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> Willian Leschen [log in to unmask] and Anton Immink =20
> [log in to unmask] from University of Stirling might be very  
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> contacts, as they are leading several projects on African =20
> aquaculture, including one on sustainable aquaculture research =20
> networks in sub saharan Africa http://sarnissa.org/. There is also =20
> one Yahoo groups on tilapia, very active with several African =20
> aquaculture operators and specialists.
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> D=E9but du message r=E9exp=E9di=E9 :
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>> De : Fabrice Duponchelle <[log in to unmask]>
>> Date : 26 avril 2008 00:14:08 GMT+08:00
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>> Hi,
>> you might try some of the following contacts:
>> - Sylvain Gilles, [log in to unmask]
>> - Saurin Hem, [log in to unmask]
>> - Remi Dugu=E9, [log in to unmask]
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>> cheers
>> Fabrice
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>> Alan J. Temple a =E9crit :
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>>> A colleague is looking for someone knowledgable in tilapia  
>>> culture to
>>> provide advice.  The proposed projects involve development of =20
>>> small-scale
>>> tilapia operations in Kenya.  Any help on identifying potential =20
>>> experts
>>> much appreciated.
>>>
>>> With regards,
>>>
>>> Alan
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>>> Alan J. Temple, Ph.D.
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