In Madagascar, Mozambique and Tanzania, Norges Vel contributes to developing sustainable businesses for fish farming. Here, small-scale farmers receive training and expertise in fish farming and business development. By working in all relevant parts of the value chain, we achieve a profitable and sustainable model. In this value chain Norges Vel and our local partners take control of all aspects - from fish production to market delivery. The values created locally remain local. Find out more by participating.
  
Friday, March 15., 08:00 - 10:30  
Bruket, Schweigaards gate 34C, 0191 Oslo

The event is free, but we need your registration to know how much breakfast to order. Register here by March 12th:

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PROGRAMME NORGES VEL-BREAKFAST MARCH 15.

The event will be in english

8.00 Coffee and registration  

8.15 Norges Vel’s engagement in fish farming in Eastern and Southern Africa  
- Reinaart Pretorius, International Director Norges Vel 

8.30 The potential of African fish farming  
- Erik Hempel, Director of Communications, The Nor-Fishing Foundation

8.50 Fish for Development Programme in Norad – private sector development 
- Hans Peter Melby, Senior adviser, the Knowledge Bank, Norad  

9.05 Aquacultue in Madagascar – from subsistence to business 
- Anne Mugaas, project leader in Norges Vel 
- Felicité Ahitantsoa, Managing Director of Tilapia de l’Est, Madagascar 

9.40 Environmental issues and breeding – compatible or not?  
- Hans Magnus Gjøen, Professor at the Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NBMU) 

10.00 Q&A 

10.30 End

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