Opportunities abound for investors in Africa's low-value species market, says WorldFish

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Fish breeding hapas at National Aquaculture Centre, Zomba, Malawi. Photo by Asafu Chijere.

The organization is trying to create a climate-change resilient tilapia that can withstand higher ocean temperatures and climate-related diseases.

Global non-governmental organization WorldFish sees opportunities for investors to take on the low-value species market across Africa.

WorldFish is present in Egypt, Zambia and Malawi and recently also entered the Nigerian market by transferring 50,000 Genetically Improved Tilapia Fish (GIFT) fingerlings to the country earlier this spring.

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This news article authored by Hanna Gezelius was originally published in the Aquaculture article section of IntraFish's website.