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  • 37th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • 36th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • HOUSE OF REPS PASS BILL ON FISHERIES INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA
  • NATIONAL FISHERIES STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

The 37th Annual Conference; 'Adamawa 2022' was hosted by the Adamawa State FISON Chapter at Federal College of Education, Yola, Adamawa, between 30th October and 4th November 2022.

The Theme: Nationa Insecurity and Challenges of Fish Production: The Roles of Private and Industrial Sectors.

The Societies Annual General meeting was held and new national Executives were elected.

Registration Types:

  • Paper Publication: ₦10,000
  • Paid Membership: ₦15,000
  • Non-Member: ₦30,000
  • Fellow: ₦20,000
  • Student: ₦5,000
  • Corporate Membership: ₦50,000

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The 36th Annual Conference; 'Garden City 2021' was hosted by the Rivers State FISON Chapter at Ebitimi Banigo Auditorium, University of Port-Harcourt, Rivers State between 24th and 29th October 2021.

The Theme: Fisheries and Aquaculture in Nigeria: Veritable tools for food security and wealth creation amidst COVID-19 pandemic.

Registration Types:

  • Paper Publication: ₦10,000
  • Paid Membership: ₦15,000
  • Non-Member: ₦30,000
  • Fellow: ₦20,000
  • Student: ₦5,000
  • Corporate Membership: ₦50,000

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The House of Representatives has passed a bill seeking to establish the Fishery Institute of Nigeria, NGO for fisheries research, education and cooperative training in Nigeria to enhance the agricultural sector.

The institute will be responsible for the broad functions of research experimentation, sample application and patenting, education and training, among others. read more
The society made the call in Lagos, during the National Fisheries Stakeholders Forum, tagged: Harnessing the potential of non-state actors in fisheries and aquacultural development in West Africa. The Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON) has called on the Federal Government to promote a blue revolution that will encourage more farmers to develop entrepreneurial agri-businesses. Specifically, the society called for commercialisation of culturing of herbivorous fish species, to tackle high cost of fish production. read more
 
       
 
 
   
                             
   
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