Japan supports prawn project [Archives:2004/712/Local News]

February 16 2004

The Sea Sciences Research Center of Aden city told Yemen Times that it will start soon implementing the prawn farms project, with financial support from the Japanese government, with a total cost of $800,000.
Abdullah Al-Hammadi, the General Manager of the Center, said that the project will be implemented at the Marine Life Research Center at Al-Buraiqah region in Aden.
The project, according to the center, will last for two years and will be carried out under the supervision of Japanese experts, and will include areas where prawns exist.
The exact location of the farms is to be confirmed later.