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Establishment of aquaculture facilities in Thailand
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Aquaculture

China

Cooperation period: 2011 – 2013
Status: Ongoing
Purpose: Development of aquaculture management systems in China and Norway, based on the principles of ecosystem approach to aquaculture
Cooperating partners: Institute of Marine Research, Norway, Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, China, Second Institute of Oceanography, China
Project title: Environment and Aquaculture Governance
Contact person: Rolf Engelsen
More info/related news: Project document

Malaysia

Cooperation period: 2012 – 2015
Status: Ongoing
Purpose: Contribute to sustainable development of aquaculture within Malaysian inland water. Immediate objectives:
- Develop good governance principles for selected aquaculture areas for Malaysia;
- A basis to enhance the future elaboration of the aquaculture regulatory framework of Malaysia.
Cooperating partners: Institute of Marine Research, Norway, Directorate of Fisheries, Norway, Department of Fisheries, Malaysia
Project title: Regulatory Framework for Aquaculture in Malaysia
Contact person: Anne Brønsten Osland

Cuba

Cooperation period: 2010 – 2014
Status: Ongoing
Purpose: Increased Cuban production of local marine fish species by using reliable, environmentally sustainable aquaculture methods to achieve maximum benefits for the country and for the region as a whole.
Cooperating partners: Institute of Marine Research, Norway, Ministerio del Comercio Exterior y la Inversión Extranjera, Cuba, Ministerio de la Industria Alimentaria, Cuba, Centro de Investigaciones Pesqueras, Cuba
Project title: Development of Sustainable Marine Aquaculture in Cuba. Phase 2 (2010-14) of the Cuban - Norwegian cooperation in Aquaculture, a follow-up to the project
“Competence building and development of mariculture 2003-2005”
Contact person: Rolf Engelsen
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