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In memory of Professor Sena S. De Silva, an internationally renowned Sri Lankan fisheries and aquaucltureLEARN MORE
Our aquatic ecosystems need our support, so we need yours. Join us and Support our objectives to conserve aquatic organisms and their habitats.
Sri Lanka Association for Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (SLAFAR) is a non-profit oriented voluntary organization formed by scientists, academics, technologists, developers, and entrepreneurs to address issues related to the utilization, management, and governance of fisheries and aquatic resources and associated ecosystems in Sri Lanka.
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