Aquaculture to boost food security
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Aquaculture is expected to boost the food security agenda not only for the Philippines but other countries as well. Thus declared Wilfredo G. Yap, an aquaculture (fishfarming) expert, at the Regional Technical Consultation on Aquaculture held recently at the Days Hotel here. The meeting was hosted by the government-hosted Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD), which brought together to the conference the aquaculture experts from member countries of SEAFDEC and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Aquaculture to boost food security. (2001. January 14). Manila Bulletin, p. N-3.
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