We are working with the unemployed youth to develop fish ponds on idle lands, rear fish and sell them to generate income. The people constructing ponds and looking after the fish are paid a daily wage. This is reducing poverty and improving the socio-economic standards of the community.
Since August 2007, we have worked with rural community groups in central Kenya to utilize idle land and unemployed youth in fish farming, creating employment, source of protein, and reducing poverty. To guarantee quality project management, our company manages the projects on behalf of the groups.
To utilize idle land and unemployed youth in community based commercial fish farming, in the form of a public private partnership. Consumption of fish will also improve nutrition and health.