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Human resources development for sustainable aquaculture in the new millennium

De Silva, Sena, Phillips, Michael J., Sim, Sih Yang and Wei, Zhou Xiao 2001, Human resources development for sustainable aquaculture in the new millennium, in Aquaculture in the third millennium : technical proceedings of the conference on aquaculture in the third millennium, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, pp. 43-48.

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Title Human resources development for sustainable aquaculture in the new millennium
Alternative title Human resources development for sustainable aquaculture in the new millennium, plenary lecture IV
Author(s) De Silva, SenaORCID iD for De Silva, Sena orcid.org/0000-0001-9381-2136
Phillips, Michael J.
Sim, Sih Yang
Wei, Zhou Xiao
Conference name The Conference on Aquaculture in the Third Millennium (2000 : Bangkok, Thailand)
Conference location Bangkok, Thailand
Conference dates 20-25 Feb. 2000
Title of proceedings Aquaculture in the third millennium : technical proceedings of the conference on aquaculture in the third millennium
Editor(s) Subasinghe, R.P.
Bueno, P.B.
Phillips, M.J.
Hough, C.
McGladdery, S.E.
Arthur, J.R.
Publication date 2001
Start page 43
End page 48
Publisher Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations
Place of publication Rome, Italy
Keyword(s) Aquaculture
Human resources development
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Summary Human resources development (HRD) is pivotal to aquaculture development in the new millennium, particularly so in the changing global pressure for all development to be environmentally and socially acceptable, irrespective of the economic status of nations. In the above context, HRD in the aquaculture sector has to have a more holistic approach, and the type of training provided has to be changed accordingly. Most nations in which aquaculture plays a significant role in poverty alleviation recognise that HRD is a key to sustained development of the sector. The types and levels of training required in the sector in the foreseeable future are discussed. The need to increase specialised training, particularly for researchers, in some of the developing nations likely to play adominant role in the aquaculture sector in the ensuing years, is also underlined. Examples are presented to indicate that current development programmes do not cater to HRD to the extent that is desirable to have a long-term impact.
ISBN 9747313553
9789747313550
Language eng
Field of Research 070401 Aquaculture
Socio Economic Objective 830199 Fisheries - Aquaculture not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30013689

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Ecology and Environment
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