Aquaculture

A compelling confluence of market demand, abundant natural resources and an early-stage industry with potential for large scale job creation

Aquaculture, the farming of fish and other aquatic organisms, is the fastest growing food sector globally. Farmed fish has the potential to fill the world’s rapidly growing protein gap more sustainably than any other traditional sources of animal protein.

Why Aquaculture

It can create hundreds of thousands of jobs and improve incomes in the region.

The natural resources required for aquaculture such as clean fresh water, are in abundance

Commercial aquaculture in the region is young but the private sector shows dynamism and a keenness to invest.

There is increasing political buy-in.

There are strong opportunities for technology transfer and innovation.

"Aquaculture, not the internet, represents the most promising investment opportunity of the 21st Century"

Peter Drucker, Management Consultant, Educator, and Author

Potential Industry Impact

By 2025

42,000

JOBS

$30Mn

INCOME

72,000Mt

5x CURRENT FISH PRODUCTION

By 2030

115,000

JOBS

$84Mn

INCOME

220,000Mt

15x CURRENT FISH PRODUCTION

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