Aquaculture technology transfer
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Agriculture Undersecretary Cesar M. Drilon has stressed the urgency of transferring Aquaculture technologies to fisherfolk to achieve food security and poverty alleviation in Southeast Asia. Drilon was keynote speaker at the ADSEA '99 held recently in Iloilo City. ADSEA is a series of seminar-workshops conducted every three years by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) in Tigbauan, Iloilo.
Aquaculture technology transfer. (1999, November 28). Manila Bulletin, p. 27.
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