In Hobiganj, Bangladesh, a migrant’s family has set up a business focused on producing fish for farmers in the surrounding areas for eventual off-set at the market. The hatching production process is organized by the migrant’s family, which was made possible through remittances. The project started as a family business, and now employs 20-40 people from the community year round.
Local farmers now buy small fish from the fishery project for their ponds where are grown to full size for off-set at the market. Because of the low-production costs of the fishery, farmers prefer this low-tech fishery projects which offers them more mark
• Purchasing necessary hatching facilities (water basins, small fish, circulation, etc)
|Organisation type||Private actor|
Obtaining the necessary skills