Promoting sustainable aquaculture in Uzbekistan


The European Union and United Nations Development Programme have provided equipment to support sustainable fish farming practices in Uzbekistan.

The equipment – provided under the aegis of the EU-AGRIN project – will help reduce water consumption, improve water quality and energy efficiency in farms, and safeguard fish welfare.

Aquaculture is a key element of food production in Uzbekistan, ensuring food security and creating jobs in rural areas. But consumption of fish remains far lower than recommended by WHO.

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