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Aquaculture knowledge to improve livelihoods

The Wayamba University and the Calgary University of Canada are partnering for a two year project to promote sustainable aquaculture knowledge mobilization to improve income and food security of the rural people in Sri Lanka.

Road Development, Electricity, Housing, Construction and Fisheries Provincial Ministry Secretary Jayantha Wijeratne told the Daily News that the target of this project is to develop and test tools to make farmers and policy-makers knowledgeable to make effective decisions and implement them to achieve sustainability goals to improve income and social harmony while preserving the environment.

He said that funds will be provided by the Canadian International Food Security Research Fund of the International Development Research Center and the Canadian International Development Agency.

 

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