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.
How do we increase productivity, resilience and development impact from small and medium scale aquaculture?
How can investments in fisheries and aquaculture best improve human nutrition and health?
How will climate change affect fisheries and aquaculture in developing countries, and how can adaptive capacity be built?
What policy and management investment will increase the resilience of small-scale fisheries and increase their contribution to reducing poverty and hunger?
How can strengthening the rights of marginalized fish-dependent people reduce inequality and poverty?
How can we improve and diversify aquaculture and fisheries value chains to promote more equitable participation and higher productivity?