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close this bookAquaculture - Training Manual (Peace Corps, 1990, 350 p.)
close this folderChapter eighteen: Program design - week nine
View the documentSession IX-1: Field trip debriefing/reentry to training
View the documentSession IX-2: Site selection/pond design
View the documentSession IX-3: Wheelbarrow project
View the documentSession IX-4: Pond construction project
View the documentSession IX-5: Final reports
View the documentSession IX-6: Pond interview - week nine
View the documentSession IX-7: Personal interview - week nine
View the documentSession IX-8 Country specific information
View the documentSession IX-9: Trainer panels
View the documentSession IX-10: Male and female volunteer issues
View the documentSession IX-11: Level of intensity assignment wrap-up
View the documentSession IX-12: Basic management strategy for Oreochromis niloticus
View the documentSession IX-13: Final harvests
View the documentSession IX-14: Fish marketing

Session IX-3: Wheelbarrow project

Note: If wheelbarrows are being constructed as the carpentry project, and if they were not completed earlier in the program, they may be completed during Week Nine. Every effort should be made to have them completed earlier, however, as Week Nine is very full and also because it will be helpful to have the wheelbarrows ready for use during the pond construction project. This provides an excellent opportunity to field test the wheelbarrows and note design improvements for future application. Please see the section on "Masonry and Carpentry Projects" in Chapter Twelve for detailed notes on this project.