On September 12, 2017, an overseas training course on mariculture technology and development for Cambodia lasting 30 days held a closing ceremony in the conference room of the Marine Aquaculture Research and Development Center.
During the training course, participants discussed and explored a wide range of topics on mariculture technologies of fish, shellfish, shrimp and crab with all participants in the class. The expert teaching practices from the China Fujian Institute of Oceanography and field trips had been carried out related to topic exchanges. Our footprint spread to the four fisheries provinces in Cambodia – Sihanoukville, Koh Kong province, Kampot province and Kep, where Chinese experts had thorough communications and discussions with participants and farmers.
The training course brought practical knowledge and skills to Cambodia, spread the advanced mariculture technology and production concepts of China effectively, which will help to enrich the culture species diversity, improve culture technology, tap the potential of mariculture development in Cambodia, thus increasing fisheries production levels and promote the sustainable development of fisheries production.
Dr. Hav Viseth, the Deputy Director General of Fisheries Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Cambodia, said: “It is the glamorous training programme which was designed to address the real performance and constraints of Cambodian aquaculture practices. Most of participants were able to follow the instructors with the applicable and innovative methods. The level of personnel, time and resources providing during training
are definitely satisfied.”
The training course helps to improve the long-standing traditional friendship between China and Cambodia, and is beneficial to strengthen the all-round and multi-layer mutual learning and exchanges in the field of mariculture between the two countries, which will promote the pragmatic corporation between the two countries.