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Development and use of groundwater resources of East Jordan, Jordan. Project findings and recommendations

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    Bangladesh. Fisheries Development in Bangladesh (Project Coordination) Project
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    Utilization of Small Water Bodies for Aquaculture and Fisheries. Aquaculture for Local Community Development Programme: Southern African Development Community. Project findings and recommendations 1999
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    In rural areas of Africa, animal protein is often in short supply and therefore lacking in the diet. Fish is a high-protein and highly appreciated food item, but fresh fish is frequently difficult to obtain. The importance of fish and other aquatic products is widely recognized, and development programmes have devoted much effort to stimulating increased production of these products. Many of these efforts have targeted aquaculture, including culture-based fisheries, as a means of increasing fish availability.
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    Continued support to Aquaculture for Local Community Development (ALCOM): Southern African Development Community. Project findings and recommendations 1999
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    The report summarized the proceedings of consultation session on “The integrated extension approach and Aquaculture extension experiences and gave the findings and recommendations of the three working groups on integration of aquaculture into agriculture extension services, delivery mechanisms: the role and use of farmer to farmer and institutional extension mechanisms in aquaculture development and aquaculture research-extension linkages. Extended abstracts of 15 papers presented during the con sultation are reproduced. Participants agreed that aquaculture should become part of the agriculture extension and that it was necessary for the agriculture extension service to undergo an important conceptual change in set-up and approach, putting much more emphasis on assisting farmers in the process of problem solving and decision making. The monitoring and evaluation of the service should be carried out in participation with the farming community and farmers, field extension workers, supervi sors and researchers should operate on a basis of equal footing.

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