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Enhancing the Profitability of Small Aquaculture Operations in Kenya and Tanzania Purdue University

Part of the AquaFish Project: Enhancing The Profitability Of Small Aquaculture Operations In Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania

  • Start Date: 2010
  • End Date: 2013/03/31
  • Project Code: 10BMAPU01
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Enhancing the Profitability of Small Aquaculture Operations in Ghana, Kenya and Tanzania Through Improved Resource Management and Environmental Best Management Practices Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Part of the AquaFish Project: Enhancing The Profitability Of Small Aquaculture Operations In Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania

  • Start Date: 2010
  • End Date: 2013/03/31
  • Project Code: 10BMA02VT
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Analysis of the use of Credit facilities by small – scale fish farmers in Kenya

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  • Date of Publication: 2010
  • Author(s): Kwamena Quagrainie; Charles C. Ngugi; Stephen Amisah
  • Type of Document: Scholarly Article

Mali Project Final Report

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  • Date of Publication: 2010
  • Author(s): Aquafish CRSP
  • Type of Document: Project Document

Anane-Taabeah, Gifty

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  • Start Date: 2010/01/01
  • End Date: 2012/05/01
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  • Degree: MS

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Anday, Teckie

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Growth performance, survival, feed utilization and nutrient utilization of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) larvae co-fed Artemia and a micro-diet containing freshwater atyid shrimp(Caridina nilotica) during weaning

Abstract: Problems of limited number of dry feeds as supplement or replacement of live feeds have led to poor larval nutrition in many species of fish. […]

  • Date of Publication: 2010
  • Author(s): V. Chepkirui-Boit; C.C. Ngugi; J. Bowman; E. Oyoo-Okoth; J. Rasowo; J. Mugo-Bund; L. Cherop
  • Type of Document: Scholarly Article

Small Scale Fisheries Management: Lessons from Cockle Harvesters in Nicaragua and Tanzania

Abstract: The role of women in gleaning fisheries tends to be underestimated and poorly documented although they play an important role in coastal food security and […]

  • Date of Publication: 2010
  • Author(s): B.C. Crawford; M.D. Herrera; N. Hernandez; C. Rivas-LeClair; N. Jiddawi; M. Semba; M.C. Haws
  • Type of Document: Scholarly Article

Githukia, Muthoni Cecilia

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  • Start Date: 2009/12/01
  • End Date: 2011/11/01
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  • Degree: MS

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Ssegane, Herbert

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