Uganda FISH Project Fisheries Investment for Sustainable Harvest

The Project Goal
The goal of the FISH project is to ‘jump-start’ commercial aquaculture development in Uganda through development of model fish farms for farmer-to-farmer technology transfer. The project will build a sustainable aquaculture industry from the ground up on proven, feed-based technologies and best management practices for viable commercial production of aquatic species, particularly Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and clarias catfish (Clarias gariepinus).

Project Links

Project Team

Uganda Project Image Gallery

Documents

Executive Summary

Proceedings of the Fish Feeds

Final Report: Uganda FISH

Uganda Fish Farmers’ Inputs and Service Suppliers Guide

Catfish Manual – Complete Guide

Catfish Manual by Chapter:

 

Chapter File Size
Table of Contents (preface) 543 kb
Chapter 1 101 kb
Chapter 2 281 kb
Chapter 3 281 kb
Chapter 4 1.32MB
Chapter 5 519 kb
Chapter 6 1.46mb
Chapter 7 860 kb
Chapter 8 1.91MB
Chapter 9 1.65MB
Chapter 10 193 kb
Appendix 236 kb

 

Symposium April 2007

Symposium 2008 Complete File

Women in Aquaculture in Uganda

FISH: A Project to Stimulate Development of a Commercial Aquaculture Industry in Uganda: Can It Be Used as a Model for Africa?

**Please note that the documents are PDF files**