AquaLifeNet partners with international NGOs, local development projects, international investors, existing fish farms, and other commercial partners involved in the production and supply chain, to develop community fish farming projects around the world.
Partner with us to create sustainable aquaculture projects, developing rural capacity and improving the success of rural fish farming.
We are looking to partner with agricultural companies and development NGOs that are seeking opportunities to invest in rural community agriculture projects. The aquaculture experts from AquaLifeNet will supervise implementation of the project and provide training to ensure the correct use of technology and farming methodology.
The AquaLifeNet community farming model is appropriate for many rural environments, since it requires minimal space, energy and water resources. It can be adapted to fit a wide range of development plans and business models, and designed to complement existing infrastructures. We work in full cooperation with local stakeholders and our partner organisations, exchanging knowledge and promoting the sustainability of the project.
The AquaLifeNet team can deliver full viability reports on the suitability of any community or existing fish farm for a community aquaculture initiative. Our partners may provide finance and local liaison expertise, or help to connect the community fish farm with national or international markets. We are in discussion with aid organisations, aquaculture businesses, governments and banks, and developing exciting aquaculture opportunities around the world.
Talk to AquaLifeNet today about partnering in the development of a community fish farming network.