Aim:

To curb-post harvest losses of wild captured fish by creating awareness on the availability of improved fish smoking technology

Activity:

  • Sensitization of fisher-folks and local fish processors on the economic benefit and efficiency  of improved  fish smoking technology
  • Demonstration of the operational techniques and economic benefit of adopting the technology to local fisher-folks and fish smokers in the Creeks.
  • Facilitation of the adoption of the smoking kiln technology by  potential investors and local fish smokers in the region.
  • Installation of 500kg improved smoking kiln in the Creek

Outcome/Impact

  • Increased knowledge among fisher-folks and local fish processors on the availability of improved smoking kiln Technology in the Creek communities.
  • Adoption of 3 improved smoking kiln technology by potential investors
  • Adoption of improved smoking kiln in the Creek community

Duration/Implementing Partners

Dec. 2017 – Feb. 2018

Partners:

  • DAI-MADE
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources