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  • COVID-19: Supporting farmers and communities in India

    Multiple initiatives in India subsidize hospital transport, share information or help deliver essential items to farmers.  We have seen considerable changes in India with the spread of the coronavirus across…

    COVID-19: Supporting farmers and communities in India
  • How to farm Tilapia more efficiently?

    China is the world’s largest producer of Tilapia (32% of global production) the second most farmed food fish species in the world that is playing a key role in food…

    How to farm Tilapia more efficiently?
  • Aquascapes: a sustainable landscape approach for the sea

    Over the past decades the aquaculture sector has been growing enormously, and continues to grow faster than other major food production sectors. Nowadays, 53% of all fish consumed comes from…

    Aquascapes: a sustainable landscape approach for the sea
  • Tilapia farming in Kenya and Tanzania can be profitable!

    Utrecht, February 1, 2020 – Larive International, coordinator of FoodTechAfrica, and IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative, are excited to join forces to boost tilapia farming in East Africa through a…

    Tilapia farming in Kenya and Tanzania can be profitable!
  • Leading smart feed company to strengthen disease control capability in Indonesia

    To improve the efficiency of aquaculture farms in Indonesia, eFishery, the University of Prince Edward Island and IDH have joined forces to optimize disease management. Farm data will be analysed by aquatic epidemiologists…

    Leading smart feed company to strengthen disease control capability in Indonesia
  • Kick-off a Global Investment Agenda in Aquaculture.

    Aquaculture is a great source of high-quality proteins with a low feed and carbon footprint. It has the potential to feed a growing world population in a responsible way. Aquaculture…

    Kick-off a Global Investment Agenda in Aquaculture.
  • Fighting shrimp diseases by making better use of data

    Indonesian start-up in Jogjakarta to accelerate their work on shrimp diseases by integrating aquatic epidemiology to predict diseases JALA, the University of Prince Edward Island and IDH, the Sustainable Trade…

    Fighting shrimp diseases by making better use of data
  • Sustainable Shrimp Partnership launches first zero-antibiotic shrimp on the market

    A pre-competitive coalition of Ecuadorian shrimp producers, the Sustainable Shrimp Partnership, offered their first batch of shrimp to the market. All SSP members are committed to farming shrimp which meet…

    Sustainable Shrimp Partnership launches first zero-antibiotic shrimp on the market
  • Honey farms in West Kalimantan enjoy increased demand during COVID-19

    The demand for honey produced by Padang Tikar village forest in Kubu Raya district, West Kalimantan (Indonesia) has increased by 500% during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents of populous West Java and East Java have increased their consumption of honey, vitamin C and D3 as they believe this will boost their immune system. The honey is produced by Indonesian villagers who took up honey farming in 2018 as part of a community-based forest management initiative.

    Honey farms in West Kalimantan enjoy increased demand during COVID-19
  • Artificial Intelligence to help Indian aquaculture farmers to tackle shrimp diseases

    Aquaconnect, IDH, The Sustainable Trade Initiative, and Professor Kenton Morgan partner in a project to predict shrimp diseases by using machine learning. The project aims to benefit 13.000 ha of…

    Artificial Intelligence to help Indian aquaculture farmers to tackle shrimp diseases