Over 60 stakeholders participated in high-level policy workshops recently held in India and Bangladesh to disseminate findings of the IMAQulate project.
Partners from the Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (India), Bangladesh Agricultural University and the WorldFish Center presented project findings and recommendations for improved on-
The two November workshops attracted senior representatives of commercial companies involved in manufacture, distribution and consumption of PHPs as well as
Based on these
Dr Murray and Dr Joseph’s presentations are available as project presentations on the resources page.
The work carried out under the IMAQulate project in Kenya has been featured in the Undercurrent News as part of a piece about our commercial partner’s (Victory Farms) success as a Kenyan
Kenyan academic partners Machakos University and KMFRI, alongside social enterprise Sidai, worked with Victory Farms to trial commercial probiotics in an on-farm setting.