The Ministry of Marine Resources in cooperation with the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China organized training to 71 including 21 female staff members of the Ministry on sea farming and its technical management.
Massawa, 21 December 2019- The Ministry of Marine Resources in cooperation with the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China organized training to 71 including 21 female staff members of the Ministry on sea farming and its technical management.
The 21 days training that was provided by Chinese experts included Chinese experience in fish farming, refrigeration and conservation, health and capacity of fish and fish nutrition.
Indicating on the effort being conducted to develop human resources, Mr. Yohannes Teklemariam, D. G. of Research and Human Resources Development at the Ministry, said that the objective of the training was to develop the capacity of the staff members.
Commanding the interest the trainees demonstrated during the program, Dr. Jing Xiaojun, Director of Fresh Water Fisheries Research Center of Chinese Academy of Fishery Science, expressed expectation that in the near future Eritrea will register quick development in fish industry.
Mr. Yang Zigang, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China in Eritrea, on his part said that Eritrea in this new era needs productive human resources equipped with modern knowledge and expressed readiness to contribute in the effort.
Mr. Tewolde Kelati, Minister of Marine Resources said that the training will have significant contribution in the development of the sector and called on the trainees to apply the training they received practically on the ground.