AWFA Agri-Tourism Aquaculture Roundtable
Date: May 6, 2023
Time: 0930- 1130 hrs.
Venue: Christian Council of Lesotho Hall, Maseru, Lesotho
Ticket Fee: Lesotho Loti M150
Online zoom link available
Limited Seat Book Now
Call: +266 51961005
WhatsApp: +27 6072 44 688
Lesotho’s agricultural industry is constantly evolving, and the AWFA Agri-Tourism Aquaculture Roundtable aims to keep you informed. Whether you’re an experienced fish farmer or a newcomer to the industry, this event is not to be missed!
Taking place on April 29, 2023, at the Christian Council of Lesotho Hall in Maseru, Lesotho, the roundtable will feature esteemed speakers like Ms. Mankeane Mofoti Molomo and Ms. Mashebane Thosago. Attendees can expect to learn about business opportunities in fish farming, industry trends and challenges, feeds and vaccines, networking platforms, donor agencies available for funding, and digital technologies connected to farms via mobile phones.
In addition to gaining valuable insights from industry experts, AWFA-Lesotho is also holding a raffle for a chance to win a ticket to the SADC Industrialization Week in Angola in August 2023 and Aquaculture Africa in Zambia in November 2023. Nominees must attend the roundtable to be eligible for the raffle, so book your seat today!
Tickets for the event cost only Lesotho Loti M150, and interested individuals can contact AWFA-Lesotho at +266 51961005 or WhatsApp at +27 6072 44 688, or send an email to email@example.com to book their spot. But hurry, seats are limited, and you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity to learn from the best in the business.
Stay up-to-date with the latest agricultural practices and take your fish farming skills to the next level. Book your seat now for the AWFA Agri-Tourism Aquaculture Roundtable, and join us on April 29, 2023, for a day of learning, networking, and raffle excitement.
AWFA presents Agri-Tourism Aquaculture Roundtable Raffle
Do you know an aspiring aquaculture farmer or aquaculture value chain female? AWFA-Lesotho is giving away a ticket to the SADC Industrialization Week – Angola, August 2023 and Aquaculture Africa – Zambia, November 2023
Tell us why you believe you deserves a ticket.
Raffle Sold at Lesotho Loti M100
Competition closes 24th April 2023, The nominee must attend the roundtable
|09:00-09:15||Opening and Welcome||Ms. Motselisi Peete|
|09:15-10:45||Panel Discussions||Mr. Thabo Letebele
Ms. Makhoboso Shale
Ms. Mapula Maema
Ms. Mashebane Thosago
Ms. Mampho Makwela
|10:45 12:00||Round-Table Discussions :
The raffle competition closes on June 30, 2023.
|Ms. Motselisi Peete|
Agri-Tourism Aquaculture Roundtable Guests and Speakers
Ms Mankeane Mofoti Molomo
Ms. Mankeane Mofoti Molomo works at the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition as the Principal Livestock Development Officer- Fisheries under the Department of Livestock Services, With more than 15 years of experience as Animal Production, Health and Aquaculture technocrat, I have been exploring the knowledge and skills countrywide by sharing and disseminate information to Field Extension. Currently position, is promoting fisheries and aquaculture production in Lesotho for both small scale fish Farmers and Commercial Fish Producers. As the Head of Fisheries and Aquaculture Section.
A cum-laude graduate at the University of North West has shown her capabilities throughout her career. Due to her exceptional performance, her work is remarkable in the aquaculture sector and her network enabled Fisheries section to benefit from SADC for the farmers to get training opportunities in one of SADC Member States for free routinely.
- MSc in Agriculture (Animal Production) 2014-2015 University of Western Australia
- BSc in Agriculture (Animal Health) 2003-2006 North West University
- Certificate in Agriculture (General Agriculture) 1998-2001 National University of Lesotho
Ms Mashebane Thosago
Ms. Mashebane is a qualified aqua culturist with multi-disciplinary certification in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. She has 20 years total experience in fisheries and aquaculture as a researcher, policy developer and corporate specialist. Currently owning a mussel farm and President of South African Network for Women in Fisheries and Aquaculture, FEWCOOPSA. She is passionate about women emancipation in entrepreneurship and leadership.
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