Free 7 sessions of fish breeding, fishing courses offered 23 times

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According to the Regional Fisheries Department, seven types of basic fish farming and fishing courses will be held 23 times for free in the Ayeyawady Region in the 2024-2025 financial year.
“These courses will be taught for 20 to 50 trainees in each batch to develop the fish production sector,” said an official from the Department of Fisheries.
The courses being conducted include the basic business skills training for marine fisheries workers, workplace capacity-building training, basic fish farming and water quality control, fish disease technical training, good aquaculture practice training, fish resource conservation technical training, fish injection hatching freshwater fish breeding training, and occupational health and safety training for marine fishers.
About 50 per cent of aquatic products produced in Ayeyawady Region are self-sufficient for domestic consumption, and 50 per cent are exported. During the ten months of this financial year, 564.681 million dollars have been received from exporting aquatic products, according to the Ministry of Commerce. — TWA/KZL

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