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The Society of Aquaculture Professionals has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the following professional organizations in aquaculture and recognizes them as Strategic Partners.

The World Aquaculture Society (WAS), commenced as a professional body for those working in Mariculture, then expanding to all aspects of aquaculture and today representing about 100 countries globally. With its head office in the United States, it has created chapters in Japan, Korea, Latin American and Caribbean region, Asian-Pacific region and most recently in Africa.  Apart from the annual meeting of WAS which attracts aquaculture professionals from across the world, it is also known for its renowned publications the Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, a bi-monthly scientific journal which contains high quality scientific papers covering the range of aquaculture topics and the World Aquaculture Magazine which provides a quarterly source of articles on aquaculture and news of interest to WAS members.

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The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) has been promoting responsible aquaculture practices for over 20 years. Based in the United States it has helped remote areas in the world to improve their farming practices through sustainable aquaculture. Their magazine the Global Aquaculture Advocate features news and technical articles on Aquaculture. Their online educational platform Global Aquaculture Academy provides training and educational materials to the public. GAA’s annual GOAL conference, since its inception in 2001, has built a reputation for quality.

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The Institution of Aquaculture Singapore was started in 2014 by twelve experienced professionals with the vision to use their experience and expertise to develop aquaculture to greater heights. They strive to develop sustainable aquaculture industry in Singapore through collaborations with international aquaculture associations and societies. They publish articles in FAO, GAA and other magazines