2nd to 4th September 2009, Machakos, Kenya. This international BOMOSA project conference "Pioneering small-scale fish farming in Eastern Africa by establishing rural aquaculture networks". The conference was attended by more than 70 participants drawn from 8 countries. The conference participants included scientists, technologists, aquaculture professionals, representatives of international organizations (FAO) and community leaders.
The conference programme included 38 PowerPoint presentations, video presentations, technology exhibitions, plus excursions to BOMOSA plots and the BOMOSA hub Sagana Fish Farm.
The conference announcement flyer and detailed book of abstracts (including abstracts of all 38 scientific presentations/publications) were widely disseminated and are downloadable from the BOMOSA webpage.
The conference was attended by mass media representatives and two articles were published in daily newspapers.
- University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences (BOKU), Institute of Hydrobiologie and Aquatic Management, Vienna, Austria Coordinator
- Austrian Academy of Sciences (OEAW), Institute for Limnology, IPGLOffice, Mondsee, Austria
- ENKI (Public Benefit Corporation), Trebon, Czech Republic
- Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna (UNIBO), Bologna
- Moi University (MOI), Department of Zoology, Eldoret, Kenya
- Kenyan Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development (DFK), Sagana Fish Farm, Kenya
- Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI), Sangoro Aquaculture Station, Kenya
- Egerton University, Egerton, Kenya
- Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), NFLARR, Sebeta, Ethiopia
- Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (DFRU), Entebbe, Uganda
- Drexler S.-S., Waidbacher H. (Eds.) BOOK OF ABSTRACTS Sixth Framework Programme Specific targeted research project, 115 pages (type: PDF, size: 400 kB)
- Guardian Newspaper articles: "Benefits, Risks In Cage Fish Farming" and "Prospects, Challenges Of Cage Fish Culture, By Scientists"
- Article in "BOKU Insight
- Deliverable 2.2 (Part I): Capacity building, dissemination material and documentation (type: PDF, size: 82 kB)
- Deliverable 2.2 (Part II): Capacity building and dissemination material and documentation (type: PDF, size: 1334 kB)
- Deliverable 2.2 (Part III): Capacity building and dissemination material and documentation (type: PDF, size: 716 kB)
- Deliverable 2.3: Conference proceedings (type: PDF, size: 2548 kB)
- Deliverable 3.3: BOMOSA plots set up and fingerlings delivered (type: PDF, size: 219 kB)
- Deliverable 4.1: Synthesis of baseline environmental data from existing BOMOSA plots (type: PDF, size: 299 kB)
- Deliverable D 4.6: Report on existing aquaculture institutional environment in Eastern Africa IMPROVED VERSION (type: PDF, size: 319 kB)
- Deliverable 4.7: Final report of veterinary and public health aspects (results of surveys and recommendations) (type: PDF, size: 6617 kB)
- Deliverable 4.9: Final RS evaluation method documented in a manual(type: PDF, size: 1739 kB)
- Deliverable 4.10: Recommendations for aquaculture institutional environment in Eastern Africa IMPROVED VERSION (type: PDF, size: 427 kB)
- Deliverable: 5.1: Report on survey of available by-products as feed ingredients for the three countries (type: PDF, size: 548 kB)
- Deliverable 5.3: Optimised prototypes for processing and dispensing the selected feeds (type: PDF, size: 2587 kB)
- Deliverable 6.1:Chapter of “post-harvest processing and preservation” for the final BOMOSA manual as a contribution to task 2.3 (type: PDF, size: 160 kB)
- Deliverable 6.3: Chapter of “best management practices” for the final BOMOSA manual as a contribution to Task 2.3 (type: PDF, size: 696 kB)
- Deliverable 7.3: Reports on social acceptance and ethical issues with case studies at community level (type: PDF, size: 102 kB)