Finding More Fish, Between Egypt and Vietnam

Fisheries experts in Egypt and Vietnam hope that a new partnership will lead to a robust aquaculture industry that utilises both river and sea to feed growing populations and generate export revenues.

A woman displays fish in lake Victoria,Kenya.

  • Africa:   Finding More Fish, Between Egypt and Vietnam

    IPS, 28 October 2010

    Combine the experience of Africa's leading freshwater fish producer with that of one of Asia's fastest-growing mariculture sectors. Fisheries experts in Egypt and Vietnam hope it… Read more »

  • Egypt:   Fishing in the Sewer

    IPS, 31 December 2009

    After four hours on the Nile in a rowboat with his two sons, fisher Hussein Abdel Malek tallies the morning catch: a plastic water bottle, an empty juice box, a half dozen plastic… Read more »

  • Egypt:   A Big Catch Feeds Millions

    IPS, 1 November 2009

    As the sun rises over the Nile delta, workers at a fish farm in northern Egypt open a sluice gate and sort through the thousands of wriggling tilapia that pour out of a concrete… Read more »

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