PATSSA project has increased fish consumption by the poor
Category : Updates
RDRS Bangladesh recently submitted a report on our funded project – Poverty Alleviation through Small Scale Aquaculture (PATSSA) – that you can read by clicking here.
Families involved in this project have significantly increased their fish consumption. A rural poor farming family cannot afford to eat fish very often but those that have participated in the PATSSA project now consume an average of 33.4 kg per year. In addition, neighbors not involved in the project are now purchasing fish during the harvest periods, an option that did not exist previously.
To all who have supported this work, our sincere thanks!