NSPAAD introduces mobile app to monitor fish diseases


This data is crucial for a rapid response and an accurate diagnosis

To bolster India’s aquaculture industry, the National Surveillance Programme for Aquatic Animal Diseases (NSPAAD) project, under the Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana, has recently launched the ‘Report Fish Disease-App’ on the Google Play Store. This innovative mobile application aims to empower fish farmers with a convenient and efficient platform to report diseases on their farms, said ICAR-CIFT (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology) in a statement.

Its intuitive and user-friendly interface enables easy accessibility for fish farmers. Another feature this app offers is its easy disease reporting format, where farmers can easily report disease outbreaks by providing essential information such as location, species affected, symptoms observed, and images.

This data is crucial for a rapid response and an accurate diagnosis. Geo-tagging is a technology to pinpoint the exact location of the farm and facilitate swift responses from authorities and the receivers get real-time updates on the status of their reported cases, ensuring transparency and accountability in the disease management process.

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