Aquaculture sector needs new blood
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Aquaculture experts are aging and the young generation seems not attracted at all towards this field. Although the Philippines is far from having an aging population as the country is expected to get a boost from a “young population”, it is not the way it is in aquaculture development. This was the gist of the message of SEAFDEC/AQD Chief Dan Baliao before administrators, faculty members, students and staff of Iloilo School of Fisheries during its 40th founding anniversary on August 21, 2018.
Aquaculture sector needs new blood (2018, August 24). The Daily Guardian, p. 10.
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