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Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes

Affected by illegal fishing and climate change, small-scale fishermen in Zanzibar are embracing ecotourism and seaweed farming to conserve coastal ecosystems and grow the local economy.

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MOHAMMAD

- Jan 28, 2021
Great!

Christian

- Nov 18, 2020
Interesting

Mariam

- Nov 12, 2020
good

Anvar

- Mar 28, 2020
Interesting!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Dec 18, 2019
Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 14, 2019
this is the example of how increasing number of population, which not balanced with the increasing of human capital quality, resulting in less capability of obtaining benefit from difficult to extract economic resources. Eventually what increased is the poverty rate.

Monir

- Apr 21, 2019
Nice move to enhance livelihoods

Vedat

- Apr 7, 2019
Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes

Jafar

- Mar 26, 2019
sangat menarik

Ki

- Jul 24, 2018
Interesting!
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