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FISHERIES AGENCY OF JAPAN PAID VISIT TO TD

FISHERIES AGENCY OF JAPAN PAID VISIT TO TD

07 February 2018

Overseas Fisheries Cooperation Office and Fisheries Agency of Japan, Mr.Takahide Tanaka paid an official visit to SEAFDEC Training Department on 7 February 2018. SEAFDEC Deputy Secretary-General and Deputy Chief of...

TD CONDUCTS THE MONITORING AND FACILITATION OF THE CBRM/CO-MANAGEMENT AT THE PILOT SITE IN NAM XOUANG RESERVOIR, LAO PDR

TD CONDUCTS THE MONITORING AND FACILITATION OF THE CBRM/CO-MANAGEMENT AT THE PILOT SITE IN NAM XOUANG RESERVOIR, LAO PDR

29 January 2018

SEAFDEC Training Department conducted the monitoring and facilitation of the CBRM/Co-management at the pilot site in Nam Xouang Reservoir, Lao PDR during 29 January to 3 February 2018. The activities...

SEAFDEC ENHANCE THE CAPACITY ON FISH HANDLING AND POST-HARVEST LOSSES IN VIET NAM

SEAFDEC ENHANCE THE CAPACITY ON FISH HANDLING AND POST-HARVEST LOSSES IN VIET NAM

23 January 2018

SEAFDEC Training Department conducted the On-site Training Course on Proper Fish Handling Techniques Applicable to Local Fishing Vessels in Viet Nam during 23 to 25 January 2018. There are 34...

THE SURVEY ON FISHERIES, FISH MARKET AND GENDER IN MYANMAR

THE SURVEY ON FISHERIES, FISH MARKET AND GENDER IN MYANMAR

19 January 2018

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) in collaboration with Department of Fisheries, Myanmar conducted the data collection survey on social profile, livelihood opportunities and market channels by integrated gender dimension in...

SURVEY ON CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN OF FADs IN ANDAMAN SEA

SURVEY ON CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN OF FADs IN ANDAMAN SEA

19 January 2018

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) has conducted the survey to update the construction and design of Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) in order to seek the significant factors of FADs construction...

TD CONSULTS AND VISIT INDONESIA FOR THE STUDY ON SKIPJACK GROWTH ANALYSIS BASED ON THE EXAMINATION OF INTERVALS BETWEEN THE DAILY RINGS IN THE OTOLITH SAMPLES COLLECTED IN SSSs

TD CONSULTS AND VISIT INDONESIA FOR THE STUDY ON SKIPJACK GROWTH ANALYSIS BASED ON THE EXAMINATION OF INTERVALS BETWEEN THE DAILY RINGS IN THE OTOLITH SAMPLES COLLECTED IN SSSs

16 January 2018

Training Department Conducted the Consultation and Site Visit for the Study on Skipjack Growth Analysis based on the Examination of Intervals between the Daily Rings in the Otolith Samples collected...

TD ORGANIZED SEAFDEC TECHNICAL SEMINAR 2017

TD ORGANIZED SEAFDEC TECHNICAL SEMINAR 2017

15 January 2018

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) organized “the SEAFDEC Technical Seminar 2017: Fisheries and Marine Environment” on 15 January 2018 at SEAFDEC-NACA meeting room, Suratsawadi building in the area of Department...

TD JOINED NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DAY 2018

TD JOINED NATIONAL CHILDREN’S DAY 2018

13 January 2018

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) joined Thailand at its 2018 celebration of the National Children’s Day on 13 January at the Prachunlajomklao Navy Dockyard at Samut Prakan province. TD put...

PRIVATE COMPANY AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE FROM MYANMAR PAID A VISIT TO TD FACILITIES

PRIVATE COMPANY AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE FROM MYANMAR PAID A VISIT TO TD FACILITIES

27 December 2017

Two (2) staff from International TRUST Business Consultancy Co., Ltd and nine (9) members from National Parliament Fishery Committee visited the SEAFDEC Training Department on 27 December 2017. The aimed...

TD ORGANIZED FISHERMAN RUN 2017

TD ORGANIZED FISHERMAN RUN 2017

24 December 2017

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) organized “SEAFDEC Mini-marathon: Fisherman Run 2017” on 24 December 2017 at TD office, Samut Prakan, Thailand to joint celebration with the 50th SEAFDEC Anniversary. This...

CAPACITY BUILDING ON FISH HANDLING TECHNIQUES FOR MEMBER COUNTRIES

CAPACITY BUILDING ON FISH HANDLING TECHNIQUES FOR MEMBER COUNTRIES

11 December 2017

The regional training course on fish handling techniques applicable to various fishing operations in Southeast Asia was conducted from 11 to 15 December 2017 at SEAFDEC/Training Department, Samut Prakan Province,...

DATA VALIDATION OF GENDER ANALYSIS IN TRAT PROVINCE

DATA VALIDATION OF GENDER ANALYSIS IN TRAT PROVINCE

06 December 2017

The SEAFDEC/Training Department in cooperation with Sustainable Development Foundation conducted the meeting on data validation of gender analysis in Mairood sub-district, Klong Yai district, Trat province during 6 to 9...

THE WORKSHOP ON VERTICAL SLOT FISH PASSAGE DESIGN TO FACILITATE MIGRATION OF INDIGENOUS FISH SPECIES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION

THE WORKSHOP ON VERTICAL SLOT FISH PASSAGE DESIGN TO FACILITATE MIGRATION OF INDIGENOUS FISH SPECIES IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION

04 December 2017

The experimental research and meeting workshop on vertical slot fish passage design to facilitate migration of indigenous fish species in the Southeast Asian Region was organized from 4 to 8...

THE STUDENTS FROM SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY PAID A VISIT TO TD

THE STUDENTS FROM SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY PAID A VISIT TO TD

01 December 2017

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) gave warm welcomed to 33 students and 4 lecturers from Faculty of Animal Sciences and Agricultural Technology, Silpakorn University Phechaburi Information Technology Campus on 1...

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ON FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MYANMAR

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ON FISHERIES MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR MYANMAR

20 November 2017

The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) by the project of Human Resources Development on Sustainable Fisheries organized “The Workshop on Development of the Fisheries Management Plan for Thahton Township, Mon State,...

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