Introduction: The feasibility of culturing crabs has received attention in some countries because of high market demand and decreasing availability. In the year 2007-2008, 439 tons of crabs and eel of 4.88 crore taka were exported from Bangladesh (FRSS, 2009).
Pen culture is started in the river Boral of Bagatipara Upazila, Natore, under the project “Fisheries Development and Management of Sora and Beel in West Region of the Country”. This project is formally remained from 2006 in Bagatipara. Now the
Background: The need for an effective food safety assurance method (HACCP) Food borne diseases remain one of the most widespread public health problems in the contemporary world. The increasing incidents of many foods borne illness (i.e. Salmonellosis) in many regions
In Bangladesh, African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) was imported in 1989 from Thailand by the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock (MOFL), Bangladesh for profitable aquaculture. But the entire hypothesis got practically useless in the contest of Bangladesh within a few years.
Background: Adivasis are found far from the main stream development in Bangladesh. Unfortunately efforts neither on the proven aquaculture technology for ponds and rice fields nor the suitable approach like FFS (Farmers Field School) are taken for livelihood improvement of