Ghana Fishin': Sustainable Aquacultur...

Ghana Fishin': Sustainable Aquaculture in the Gold Coast

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Since: Mar 09

Rockaway Park, NY

#1 Aug 13, 2011
The World Bank's approval last month of a USD 53.8 million investment to implement Ghana's Fisheries and Aquaculture Project includes USD 15.2 million for good governance and sustainable management, USD 12.1 million for "increasing the contribution of the fish resources to the national economy," USD 8 million for aquaculture development and USD 5 million for small-scale aquaculture development, which "will support the entry and growth of new small-scale individual investors with profitable business plans into the aquaculture sector."

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