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After the tsunami: Shrimp Aquaculture Farming in Aceh

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Uploaded on Dec 11, 2011

December, 2011 - 7 years after the devastating tsunami that killed hundreds of thousands of people in the Indian ocean, and over 135,000 alone in Indonesia, comes a story of hope and resilience as two shrimp farmers from Banda Aceh share with us their success from shrimp aquaculture farming. This short video was produced for the Aquaculture Clinic 2011 held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, and hosted by The WorldFish center and A-Spark Good Ventures.

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