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Strengthening Aquaculture: Collaboration between KKP and BAU for a Successful Fish Hatchery Program in Bangladesh

Strengthening Aquaculture: Collaboration between KKP and BAU for a Successful Fish Hatchery Program in Bangladesh

In a recent meeting between the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Indonesia (KKP) and Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU) on July 5th 2023, significant decisions were made to foster the development of a fish hatchery program in Bangladesh. The outcome of this meeting holds immense importance for the aquaculture sector in the country, paving the way for transformative advancements.

Recognizing the unique challenges faced in shrimp hatchery operations, BAU has requested the presence of an expert from Indonesia. Indonesia, with its extensive knowledge and experience in the field, possesses valuable insights that can be shared to enhance shrimp hatchery practices in Bangladesh. This collaboration is a testament to the spirit of cooperation and exchange between nations.


March 2024 has been set as the agreed upon timeline to commence the fish hatchery program. This deliberate choice allows ample time for necessary preparations, ensuring a comprehensive and well-executed initiative. By providing a suitable window, the program can be tailored to meet the specific requirements and challenges faced in Bangladesh's aquaculture industry.

To ensure the program's success, BAU plans to nominate community leaders associated with the aquaculture sector to participate in the fish hatchery program. The selection process will prioritize individuals with relevant expertise and influence, as their active involvement will contribute to the program's wider adoption and sustainability within the industry.


The KKP is going to select an expert as the designated trainer for the fish hatchery program in Bangladesh. The trainer brings with them a wealth of expertise and experience, poised to make a substantial contribution to the program's participants. The trainer will be involved in imparting valuable knowledge and skills, enabling the participants to effectively manage and operate fish hatcheries in the future.

During the training at the shrimp hatchery site, Indonesian trainer involvement will span a three-day period. This limited but crucial timeframe will allow the trainer to provide hands-on training and guidance to the participants. With their presence, the participants will get benefit from their expertise and gain practical insights into shrimp hatchery management, further bolstering their capabilities.

An upcoming special meeting is scheduled for September, aiming to discuss and plan the fish hatchery program in meticulous detail. This meeting will serve as a platform for collaboration between Indonesian trainer and BAU representatives, fostering an exchange of ideas, strategies, and best practices. The collective efforts of these stakeholders will strengthen the program's foundation and enhance its overall impact. (Muhammad Ramyrazd Syaddad).

 

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