Advance Africa are pleased to announce the appointment of Myles Badenhorst who joins our team from the 1st of November 2012. Myles has a BA Geography and BsC Honours degree in Geography from the University of Witwatersrand. He has considerable skills in the areas of environmental sciences, GIS, conservation, and has completed an Aquaculture Innovations course in Grahamstown. We look forward to having Myles in the team!”
Advance Africa is a member of the Aquaculture association of South Africa (AASA).
AASA was established in the late 1980′s in order to represent the interest of the then fledgling aquaculture industry in Southern Africa.
The objectives of the Association is to contribute towards the development of aquaculture in Southern Africa through effective representation and dissemination of information.
World Aquaculture Society (WAS) is the World’s Gateway to Aquaculture Knowledge
World Aquaculture Society is an international non-profit organization with over 3,000 members in about 100 countries. Founded in 1969, the primary focus of WAS is to strengthen and facilitate communication and information exchange on high priority topics and emerging issues within the diverse global aquaculture community.
Unique Global Professional Organization
- Long history since 1969
- Global aquaculture network
- Scientific reports on critical and emerging topics
- Emphasis on professional improvement
- Support for student career development
- International conferences and activities
- Attractive membership options and benefits
- 3000 members from about 100 countries.
World Aquaculture Society is affiliated with:
- Aquaculture Association of Canada
- Aquaculture Association of South Africa
- Aquaculture without Frontiers
- Asian Fisheries Society
- China Society of Fisheries
- Egyptian Aquaculture Society
- European Aquaculture Society
- Indonesian Aquaculture Society
- Korean Aquaculture Society
- Malaysian Fisheries Society
- Brazilian Society of Aquaculture and Aquatic Biology
- Spanish Aquaculture Society
- Society of Aquaculture Professionals (India)
The World Aquaculture Society, through its commitment to excellence in science, technology, education, and information exchange, will contribute to the progressive and sustainable development of aquaculture throughout the world.
WAS MISSION PRIORITIES
The World Aquaculture Society is organized for educational and scientific purposes to:
- Promote the educational, scientific, and technological development and advancement of aquaculture throughout the world.
- Gather and disseminate technical and other information on aquaculture worldwide.
- Hold meetings for the presentation, exchange, and discussion of information, findings, and experiences on all subjects and techniques related to aquaculture.
- Encourage the teaching of all phases of aquaculture and the training of aquaculturists.
- Encourage aquaculture research, development and education activities by government agencies, both national and international, and private