Aquaculture for Low Income Consumers (AquaLINC) is a project that aims to increase supplies of affordable and nutritious fish for poor consumers. It will explore innovative production methods to produce smaller tilapias, and test fish feeding approaches to improve the nutritional quality of fish for consumption. Trials will be done on farms and research stations to evaluate the economic and technical feasibility of producing smaller and more nutritious fish.
Where We Work
Our teams of science experts and professionals are deployed and conduct work where the greatest sustainable development challenges can be addressed through holistic aquatic food systems solutions. We have a global presence in 20 countries through Africa, Asia and the Pacific with 460 staff representing 30 nationalities.