Kisaabwa Fish Farming

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A researcher from Kajjansi Fisheries Research Institute during a focus group discussion on fish farming technologies at Kisaabwa Fish Farm, Butenga S/county in Bukomansimbi district.

Mr Mago Nsubuga Yusuf, a proprietor of Kisaabwa Fish Farm sharing with fellow fish farmers his journey to success during a farm field exchange at his farm in Butenga S/county.

Some of the Tilapia fish freshly caught from the waters of Kisaabwa Fish Farm located in Butenga sub county Bukomansimbi District. This corresponds to operation wealth creation program (OWC/NAADS).

African cat fish caught live (mmale) ready for sale at Kisaabwa Fish Farm.

Employment of many youths has been possible through fish farming activities at Kisaabwa Fish Farm in Butenga S/county, Bukomansimbi District.

Some of the youths employed with Kisaabwa Fish Farm during harvesting season. Some of the harvested Nile tilapia fish caught live at Kisaabwa Fish Farm in Butenga S/county.

s A clear view of Kisaabwa Fish Farm in ButengaSubcounty, BukomansimbiDistrict,a place to invest in aquaculture.

 

A fish farmer by names of Mago Nsubuga Yusuf explains to the coordinator (Major. Lubowa John) of (OWC/NAADS) progam during one of his tours to Kisaabwa Fish Farm in Butenga S/County, Bukomansimbi District.

A fish farmer shows how a standard fish pond is designed to suit a given fish culture.

A woman fish Farmer (Ssanyu Mayimuna) takes around Major Lubowa John (Coordinator of OWC / NAADS) program at her farm in Lorene Village, Maleku Parish, Kibinge S/C in Bukomansimbi District.

 

 

 

A tree farmer (Mr. Ntale George) poses for a photo in one of his well-managed Eucalyptus tree farm in Kasota Village, Butayunja Parish, Kibinge S/county in Bukomansimbi district.

 

Such a well planned and managed farm gives big and quicker returns for poverty alleviation.

Such private investment will not only help in economic benefits but also restoring back the lost forest cover in the district through community empowerment for increasing carbon stock on farm.

A beautiful view of an eucalyptus plantation found in Kibinge S/county, Bukomansimbi district will help in compensating for the lost forest cover in the country

 

 

Such plantations will reduce on pressure of the little available natural forest resources.

 

Good site selection enables fish pond designing and construction.