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Australasia

Professional fish farming structures, federations and associations in Australasia.

ASIA-WIDE
Asian Fisheries Society
Description & objectives: The Asian Fisheries Society (AFS) is a non-profit scientific society founded in 1984 by fishery professionals in Asia. The society aims at promoting networking and co-operation between scientists, technicians and all stakeholders involved in fisheries (including aquaculture) production, research and development in Asia. Its ultimate objective is to enhance food security and income generating opportunities for fisheries workers via sound management practices, environmentally sustainable development and efficient utilisation of the aquatic resources.

Contact: Asian Fisheries Society, Unit A, Mayaman Townhomes, 25 Mayaman Street, UP Village, Quezon City 1101, Philippines

Website:http://www.asianfisheriessociety.org/
AUSTRALIA
Inland Aquaculture Association of South Australia (IAASA)

Description & objectives: An Association for everyone involved in inland aquaculture in South Australia. The objectives include: information exchange and sharing; setting goals and benchmarks for the industry; setting and maintaining standards for aquaculture produce; research and development for existing and new species; disease identification and control.

Contact:

Website: http://www.iaasa.org.au/
National Aquaculture Council (NAC)
Description & objectives: The National Aquaculture Council is the peak body representing the aquaculture industry across Australia.

Contact: PO Box 533, Curtin ACT 2605 Australia
Website: http://www.australian-aquacultureportal.com/nac/index.html
Tasmanian Salmon Growers Association

Description & objectives: The Tasmanian Salmonid Growers' Association Ltd is Tasmania's peak body representing salmon growers throughout Australia's island state.

Contact: PO Box 321, Sandy Bay TAS 7006
Website: http://www.tsga.com.au/
INDIA
Aquaculture Foundation of India

Description & objectives: A non-governmental organisation (NGO), devoting itself to the promotion of aquaculture all over India. Its objectives include: creating new avenues in health food production by hamessing the rich aquaculture wealth of India; tapping self-help potential by providing opportunities for gainful employment to the rural poor; to make proper use of fallow lands and water-bodies for aquaculture production; protecting and conserving the valuable cultivable species and environment from pollution threats and over-exploitation; promoting sustainable and eco-friendly aquaculture through self-discipline and self-regulations.

Contact:

Website:http://www.aquaculturefoundation.in/home.htm
INDONESIA
Indonesian Aquaculture Society

Description & objectives: All information on the website is in Indonesian.

Contact:

Website:http://www.aquaculture-mai.org
JAPAN
Japan Fisheries Association
Description & objectives: Established in 1882, the JFA is the umbrella organisation for the entire fishing industry of Japan. Their aim is to promote the fishing industry and contribute to the economic well-being and cultural heritage of the country.

Contact: Sankaido Building 1-9-13, Akasaka Minato

Website:http://www.suisankai.or.jp/index_e.html
Japan International Food & Aquaculture Society
Description & objectives: All information on the website is in Japanese

Contact: 9-5-26-606 Akasaka Minato-Ku, Tokyo 107 Japan

Website:http://www.jifas.com/
KOREA
Korean Fisheries Society
Description & objectives: All information on the website is in Korean.

Contact:
Website:http://www.kas.or.kr
MALAYSIA
Malaysian Aquaculture Society
Description & objectives: The Malaysian Fisheries Society is a professional society. The objectives of the Society are to advance knowledge on all aspects of fisheries and related activities with particular reference to Malaysia and the neighbouring region so as to foster rational development and management of aquaculture, capture fisheries and related activities for food, recreation and conservation. The Society does this through organisation of meetings, seminars and forums and through its various publications

Contact: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, (Aquatic Animal Health Unit), University Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Website:http://www.vet.upm.edu.my/~mfs/
NEW ZEALAND
New Zealand Salmon Farmers Association

Description & objectives: The New Zealand Salmon industry is represented by the New Zealand Salmon Farmers Association Incorporated, a voluntary subscription-based organisation comprised of active freshwater and seawater salmon farmers, salmon processors and service product suppliers to the industry.

Contact: PO Box 1180, Nelson, New Zealand

Website:http://www.salmon.org.nz/index.shtml