Burkina Faso: Young, ambitious and fish farmer

November 5, 2020 2106 68 No Comments


Trained in logistics, Clovis REMEN has ventured into fish farming and aims to open a training centre in Burkina Faso.

Given the fact that the rate of fish consumption is higher than the production in Burkina Faso, Clovis wants to bridge this gap through his fish farming activities.

“Fish farming is profitable because it has already enabled me to set up a store where we sell feed for fish of all sizes. Also, we have equipment at our level that we make available to our various promoters, such as water pumps, air pumps, off-ground breeding ponds,” says Clovis.

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