In the spotlight: Mary Lundeba
Dr. Mary Lundeba is a sustainable aquaculture scientist based in Northern Zambia. She has been working as a field researcher with WorldFish for over 3 years. She is one of the first women to complete the Master of Science Degree in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science from the University of Malawi in...
First dedicated aquaculture input supply store opens in Zambia’s Northern Province
The store will provide crucial products and services to support the country’s growing small-scale aquaculture industry, as part of improved private sector linkages being established under a FISH-led vocational and entrepreneurship training project.
Zambian president has 'a heart for aquaculture', parliamentary delegation tells FISH-supported farmers
The delegation visited farmers and ponds in the Northern Province, as part of national efforts to promote aquaculture, including on a small scale.
New project will develop aquaculture knowledge and practical skills of students and fish farmers in Zambia
WorldFish and its partners have launched a major new project in Zambia. The Aquaculture Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training for Improved Private Sector and Smallholder Skills project aims to increase the human resources in the private sector and the number of smallholder commercial...
FISH backs project to boost tilapia farming in Zambia
A new tilapia aquaculture project is being developed in Zambia’s Mpulungu District, Northern Province, to work with smallholder fish farmers on improving their management practices and promoting the use of commercial feeds. The project, initiated by the global feed company Skretting and supported...