Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation

Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation (BSFF) is a non-profit private research and advocacy organization created through a USAID project. It has been registered in 2003 under Trust Act 1882 and also registered in 2008 under Social Welfare Services from Dhaka, Bangladesh. It has started functioning since June, 2003.

It is one of the leading organizations in fisheries sector of Bangladesh. The foundation is dedicated to provide services and enormous support to the country’s shrimp and fish based industry to keep the sector sustainable. It has tremendous popularity in national and international level. It works as an inter-face among the public, private sectors, academic institutions and development agencies. As a supportive and advocacy organization, BSFF works for growth of the shrimp and fish industry on an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable basis. BSFF achieves its goal through dialogues, conferences, research, demonstrations and advocacies.

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The shrimp and fish industry in Bangladesh generates around US$ 600 million (598.42 million $ during 2011-2012) export earning annually. Total production of shrimp and  ....

As a supportive and advocacy organization BSFF’s mission is to work for growth of the shrimp and fish industry on a hygienically safe, economically viable, socially responsible and environmentally sustainab ....

Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation (BSFF) has been working with several national and international organization to ensure the sufficient fund in carrying out its' agenda. Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish F ....

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  • Consultation Workshop on Preliminary Study on the Supports Received by
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  • Refresher Training Workshop On Development of Food Control Guideline...
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  • Dissemination Workshop on Fish and Animal Feed Act 2010 and Fish Hatchery Act 2010 ‏
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  • Poor infrastructure holds back shrimp industry growth, Syed Mahmudul Huq
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  • Two day long Residential Training of Trainers (ToT) on Good Aquaculture Practices (GAqp)
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  • The National Seminar On
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  • Signing Ceremony of MoU Between Moana Technologies and Bangladesh Shrimp and Fish Foundation
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  • Discussants standing in solemn silence to commemorate the Savar Tragedy victims at a national dialogue titled
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  • Training on Good Aquaculture Practices (GAqPs) Participants: Government Officials of Noakhali District
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  • REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON GOOD AQUACULTURE PRACTICES: Lapses and Gaps in Selected Segments of Aquaculture Industry
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  • Signing Ceremony of MoU between WorldFish Center and BSFF
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