COMPETITION FOR WATER RESOURCES
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CTA. 1996. COMPETITION FOR WATER RESOURCES. Spore 66. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Ampalu Bedasso, Adabba, Ethiopia: 'I have found Getting Africa hooked on fish farming to be a very important article. It hassaid a lot to teach some NGOs, whose unplanned and unstudied operations is damaging promising resources. Adabba(Ethiopia)...
Ampalu Bedasso, Adabba, Ethiopia: 'I have found Getting Africa hooked on fish farming to be a very important article. It has said a lot to teach some NGOs, whose unplanned and unstudied operations is damaging promising resources. Adabba (Ethiopia) is found at the vicinity of The Balie Mountains National Park and here there are some streams into which trout were introduced in the 1960s from Kenya. Since then great effort was made to promote the development of this most popular sport fish of the world and the potentially high revenue yielding trout fishery had been doing well. But the construction by some NGOs of diversion dams on these strams for the development of irrigated agricul- ture has made all these efforts valueless, and the situa- tion of trout fishery that has already started to deteriorate by the unproper action of some people has highly been exacerbated. Without the conservation and development of capture fishery being the top priority to plan or perform any development work of fish farming will be of no value
SubjectsANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH;
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