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Aquaculture Webinar: Technological Innovations And Developments In Aquaculture
Global production from capture and aquaculture was 177.8 and 91.3 Million MT respectively in 2019. Total export trade value was 160.5 billion US$ and volume was 64.3 Million MT. Global fish consumption also increased (9.0Kg to 20Kg) at an annual average rate of 3.1% during 1961-2018 period. Meanwhile, global population will be 9.8 billion by 2050 and (GLOBEFISH Highlights Jan 2020 and SOFIA 2020). To meet the increasing demand of cost-effective and nutrient enriched protein from the aquatic food production systems for increased number of population (especially for the children and pregnant women) farmers need to grow more fish. During the ongoing global pandemic, key seafood supply chain actors faced an unprecedented impact that enabled them to move with the digital innovations (e.g. e-commerce, mobile apps etc). Moreover, aquaculture industry needs more productive and efficient technological solutions to resolve the existing production risks and transforming the sector towards sustainable intensification.

Topic: Technological Innovations And Developments In Aquaculture
Mr. Sujit Krishna Das
Technical Officer

Topic: INFOFISH and Updates on the Impact of COVID-19 on the Markets and Trade
Ms. Shirlene Maria Anthonysamy

Ms. Rose Chitanuwat
Group Director – ASEAN
Informa Markets

Oct 28, 2020 10:00 AM in Bangkok

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Mr. Sujit Krishna Das
Technical Officer @INFOFISH
Mr. Das is a highly motivated aquaculture professional having more than 10 years of solid experience in fisheries and aquaculture sector. He has hands-on experience in developing and adding value to the aquaculture value chains including shrimp breeding, intensive nursing and farming protocol, feed formulation and development, aquatic animal health management and biosecurity issues to ensure a traceable, resilient and technology oriented sustainable aquaculture. He has also aquaculture working experiences in Malaysia, Bangladesh and other South East Asian countries. Mr Das holds a B.Sc. (Honours) Marine Science degree and M.Sc. degree in Aquaculture from the Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. He is now responsible for providing technical advisory and consultancy services to the INFOFISH member states and keeping abreast of the new technological developments within the fisheries and aquaculture industry as a Technical Officer at INFOFISH
Ms. Shirlene Maria Anthonysamy
Director @INFOFISH
Shirlene has been heading INFOFISH as Acting Director since May 2016 and became Director of INFOFISH in December 2018. Her tasks include leading and overseeing the running of the organization including managing the Trade Promotion Division that monitors the international fishery trade. Shirlene brings with her more than 19 years of experience in monitoring and reviewing the Asia Pacific fishery industry; carrying out consultancies related to international fishery trade for private companies and national bodies; publishing articles related to international fishery trade and markets; conducting training and facilitation on trade promotion, marketing and database; and coordinating national and international workshops and conferences.
Ms. Rose Chitanuwat (Moderator)
Group Director - ASEAN @Informa Markets