[Tanzania] In the minds of many from outside Zanzibar, the Island and its many islets are considered a paradise. The Island’s beauty Continue reading Supporting farmers reap benefits of seaweed
[Tanzania] Seaweed is one of Zanzibar’s key exports. But as ocean temperatures rise due to global warming, yields have been Continue reading Is climate change killing Zanzibar’s seaweed industry?
[Tanzania] My colleague David Ball is in Tanzania this week, supporting our innovators launching aquaculture projects in Continue reading Davar Ardalan: Tanzania’s innovative aquaculture industry
[Tanzania] Seaweed farmers in Zanzibar say the government’s commitment in improving farming has not been put into practice as Continue reading Seaweed farmers up in arms
[Tanzania] Following low prices of seaweeds in Zanzibar, farmers have been urged to form groups in order to have collective Continue reading Seaweed farmers in Isles urged to add value to boost crop sales
[Tanzania] Zanzibar, one of the world’s largest producers of seaweed, is unable to increase production of the sushi covering Continue reading Mystery disease in warming ocean halts Zanzibar seaweed plan
[Tanzania] Residents of Mafia Island in Coast Region have asked the government to promote seaweed business and help them to find reliable market outside the country. Continue reading Tanzania: Mafia Island Residents Call for Promotion of Seaweed Business
[Tanzania] Seaweed fishing has long provided a decent livelihood on Zanzibar, an archipelago of islands off Tanzania. During lower tides, seaweed farmers wear traditional Swahili dress as they harvest, half-submerged in the blue-green water. Most of the farmers are women. Continue reading Seaweed and blast fishing ban help protect Tanzania’s fisheries and mariculture