Youth in Kakamega, who have a passion for fish farming, will be trained as aquaculture champions under the Aquaculture Business Development Programme (ABDP).
The eight year programme which is funded by Read on
The Principal Secretary State Department for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Blue Economy Dr. Francis Owino, has said that the future of the fishing industry is Aquaculture because the current water bodies Read on
The Government is keen on promoting fish farming as part of the efforts to enhance food and nutrition security, household incomes as well as meeting the country’s fish demand amid Read on
Kisii County is among the counties leading in inland fishing in Kenya. It has 2,173 active farmers registered by the County Government with more than 2,300 fish ponds.
The County has heavily Read on
The Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) has embarked on a 7-day scoping mission and assessment of the blue economic status in Tana River County.
The institute is planning to Read on