SIPA ALGÉRIE 2024 from February 8 to 11, 2024 – Launched in 2003, the International Fishing and Aquaculture Show (SIPA) is currently at the 9th edition of this not-to-be-missed event for fisheries and aquaculture professionals, and a lever for the sector’s development, will be held in Oran from 8 to 11 February 2024.
The organisers, excited of the success of previous editions, “the exhibition has reached an international dimension”, at least 25 countries took part in the previous edition.
The aim of the event is to “promote the achievements and access to cutting-edge technologies in the field of fishing and aquaculture, encourage cooperation and partnerships to diversify fishing and aquaculture activities, and promote the concept of the blue economy and its role in the national economy”. This, in addition to strengthening the consultative and participative work between the various stakeholders in order to preserve and protect marine resources and develop sustainable aquaculture.
Development of fishing and aquaculture activities in Algeria
In Algeria like the mediterranean countries, fisheries and aquaculture are expected to play an increasingly important role. In recent years, this sector, strongly promoted, has experienced real and significant development in terms of policy adopted by the government, which is geared towards the diversification of the national economy. With 9.5 million hectares of exploited and exploitable fishing and aquaculture areas and 1600 km of coastline inhabited by 14 million people, more than 40% of the national population, Algeria has several opportunities for sustainable and integrated development, including fishing and aquaculture.
Several institution’s priority projects have been launched in recent years, involving all stakeholders in the development of the sector – financial and material resources have been mobilized for the challenges and expected objectives in fisheries, contributing to a productive economy, creating employment and contributing to food security.
Aquaculture is set to increase the country’s fish production, according to Ahmed Badani, Minister of Fisheries and Fish Production, who predicted a good level of production in 2023 – production is estimated at 112,000 tonnes, an increase of two per cent. The figure includes fish stocks, aquaculture and fattening of bluefin tuna.
The sectors included in the exhibition:
● Aquaculture Industry 360° events: marine and continental
● Equipment, services and installation for fish farming
● Feed and nutrition for fish
● Fry production for aquaculture
● Professional Fishing
● Equipment and accessories for professional fishing
● Shipyards and engineering of fishing boats
● Boats and recreational equipment
● Scuba diving equipment
● Fish hygiene and health
● Fishery processed products
● Food processing and equipment
Futhermore, the Ministry of Fisheries and Fisheries Production and the Blue Economy, Fisheries and Aquaculture Program are organizing the “BLUEHACK SIPA” competition for innovative solutions in the field of the Blue Economy on the sidelines of the ninth edition of the International Fisheries and Aquaculture exhibition. “SIPA 2024”.
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SIPA ALGÉRIE 2024 from February 8 to 11, 2024