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Thursday, June 12, 2014

12/06/14: AwF Silent Auction Winners


Aquaculture without Frontiers is pleased to announce that its program for World Aquaculture Adelaide 2014 (WAA14) which took place at the new Adelaide Convention Centre was a success.
A Silent Auction was held during the WAA14 Trade Show raising approximately $2420 for charity. This acted as the primary promotion during the event - AwF volunteers worked frantically to encourage people and companies to bid on a range of products, services and vouchers which had been detailed before the hosting of the event.
AwF also hosted the session, Welfare and Poverty Alleviation which has been sponsored by World Aquaculture Society (WAS) Premier Sponsor, Tyson Foods Inc., one of the world’s largest food suppliers as well as a leader in hunger and disaster relief.
The session contained speakers from Nigeria, India, Brazil ,Seychelles, USA, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Australia - covering a myriad of issues and cases studies from the across the continents.

Brazil had managed to push itself into the spotlight this month - providing four presentations that covered small scale fish farming, the development of producer co-ops, production of Native Oysters and an overview of aquatic solutions to hunger and malnutrition in the country.

The solutions provided to alleviate poverty do not just focus on the creation of food however, many of the presentations also explored how jobs, livelihoods and hope could also alleviate poverty.
All together it was a fascinating session, highlighting how many good people there are trying to solve these monumental problems. AwF Executive Director, Roy Palmer, concluded the program by updating people with the latest information on the AwF, including the promotion of its new Corporate Social Responsibility platform. 
Listed below is the winners of the silent auction and what they won
Item #
Description
Winning Bidder
1
‘Hatching’ 1st Prize winner Photograph by Bernd Ueberschar
Donor: Gold Coast Tiger Prawns
Farshad Shishehchian
2
Thunnus albacares (yellowfin tuna) 2nd Prize winner Photograph by Akihiro Siroza
Donor: BaaderSl
Kate Rodda
3
‘Thumbs up for Aquaculture’ 3rd Prize winner Photograph by Greg Marett
Donor: Perendale Publishers/
International Aquafeed
Farshad Shishehchian
4
Diploma in Aquaculture Training Voucher
Donor: Mark Oliver – LMC Training
Craig Foster - CleanSeas
5
Fish Vaccination edited by Gudding et al. 
Donor – Wiley Blackwell (Nigel Balmforth)
Isadora Ticao
6
‘Australian Seafood Handbook: Domestic Species’ & ‘Australian Seafood Handbook: Imported Species’ Ed GK Yearsley, PR Last and RD Ward
Donor: Roy Palmer
Xuan Luo
7
‘Advances in Aquaculture Hatchery Technology’ Ed Geoff Allan and Gavin Burnell
Donor: Elsevier
Ian Duthie
8
Adelaide Football (special edition) jumper
Donor: John & Mary Cooksey
Patrick Hone
9
Conference Polo shirts
Donors: Gay Marsden/J&M Cooksey
Xuan Luo
Huan Ung
10
‘Aquaculture Recirculation Technology’ – Tom Losordo
Xuan Luo
11
‘Lean Forever’ – Martin Bowerman
Veronica Cox
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