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Gambia's Aquaculture On the Path of Sustainable Development

The Gambia continues to face escalating food and nutrition deficits, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA). As in most African countries, improved agriculture practices ensure food security. Aquaculture, or fish-farming, is another source of employment that contributes to food security and nutrition.

Photo: AfDB

Senghore feeding the fish in one of his ponds.

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