POLICIES FOR DEVELOPING AND MANAGING AQUACULTURE: A DIALOGUE

Policies for aquaculture development and management are not harmonized globally. Different countries, based on their political will and the importance attached to aquaculture, policies differ. Some countries prioritize aquaculture national food and nutrition security, employment, and smallholder income, while some countries prioritize aquaculture as an export commodity and foreign exchange revenue. Some countries have equal impetus to both. Whatever the overarching goal and objective of aquaculture in a national economy, efficient development and management is imperative to achieve that goal and objective. Providing a conducive policy environment, encompassing all relevant and necessary aspects, is therefore vital to national development.

TIIKM will engage several key global figures into a dialogue, to discuss major issues, challenges and opportunities for creating conducive national policy environments which governs efficient and sustainable development sand management of aquaculture.

Session Moderator
Dr.-Rohana-Subasinghe

Dr. Rohana Subasinghe
Former Chief of the Aquaculture Branch-FAO,
Honorary Life Member of the World Aquaculture Society,
Former President of the World Aquaculture Society – Asia Pacific Chapter (WAS-APC)

Resource Person

Ms. Jutarat Kittiwanich
Senior Professional Fisheries biologist
Head of Aquaculture Technology Research Group
Coastal Aquaculture Research and Development Division
Department of Fisheries,
Thailand.

Resource Person

Dr. Agbabiaka Lukman Adegoke
National President of Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)
Regional Vice President, Non-State actors for ECOWAS and Mauritanian on Fisheries and Aquaculture

Resource Person

Dr. Ir. Pamuji Lestari
Expert Staff Of The Minister For Marine Ecology And Resources
Ministry Of Marine Affairs And Fisheries, Indonesia

Panelist

Dr.Yugraj Singh Yadava
Director
Bay of Bengal Programme Inter-Governmental Organisation
India

Story Telling Session

“Research Activities as the Main Priority to be a Young Professor: A New Fashion and Life Style of Lecturer”

  • The Youngest Professor in Mulawarman University, 2019
  • Outstanding Lecturer (The best) at the Mulawarman University, 2018
  • The Best Researcher of Mulawarman University, 2017
  • The Best Presenters at The Seminar on The Results of The Stranas and PPT Applied Research Program. Director Of Research and Community Service of The Research and Technology Department of Higher Education, 2018
  • The Best Presenters at Seminars Resulting from Applied Research Programs (Bersing Grants, Biomedics, Mp3ei, National Strategy, National Health Center, Rapid and Science and Technology)
  • Director Of Research and Community Service of The Research and Technology Department of Higher Education. 2017
Resource Person

Professor. Esti Handayani Hardi
Aquaculture Department of Fisheries and Marine Science
Mulawarman University,
Indonesia.