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AfDB supports 60 fish farmers in Adamawa

by Business News Report

An African Development Bank (AfDB) initiative is supporting 60 fish farmers in Adamawa with farm inputs. The initiative is being coordinated by the Community Development Based Agriculture and Rural Development Project (AfDB-CBARDP)
The Coordinator of the initiative, Mr Mustafa Raji, said in Yola that the benefitting farmers were from Wuro Abbo and Paka in Jada and Maiha local government areas respectively. Raji said that the inputs given to them included homestead fisheries equipment and more than 3,000 fingerlings.
“Three demonstration fish farms were constructed and more than 600 farmers received training in different fish farming skills,’’ the coordinator said. He said that the goal of the initiative was to reduce poverty through improved livelihood and living conditions of rural communities.

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