Young Entrepreneurs Are Teaching, Sharing & Inspiring African Aquaculture Market Development

September 23, 2021

Jerry Mang’ena founded Aqua Farms Organization to respond to food security issues in Tanzania and Africa. He later funded Aqua-Farms Hatcheries to support the 20 million fish seed gap in his country. Since founding his company in 2016, Jerry estimates Aqua Farms is now producing 1.2 million fingerlings per year, roughly 10% of Tanzania’s fingerling...

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ASA/WISHH’s Early Partnership Pays Off for Pandemic Food Security

September 16, 2021

Opinion Editorial by former WISHH Chairman David Iverson, a South Dakota soybean grower and United Soybean Board Secretary and Sustainability Target Area Coordinator My 6’4” height fascinated the giggling Guatemalan children, but they quickly overcame their shyness after introductions by the Guatemalan Rotary Club leaders who supported their soy-based school nutrition program. My popularity grew...

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ASA-WISHH Strategic Partner Prosoya Kenya Stars in USB-funded Training

September 9, 2021

ASA-WISHH’s newest video explores how strategic partner, Prosoya Kenya, has benefitted from WISHH’s USB-funded Mobilizing Entrepreneurs to Expand U.S. Soy Utilization in Developing and Emerging Markets Initiative. The company has a high-bar mission of bringing its nutritious and affordable foods—including livestock feeds and their new ready-to-eat porridge, UJILALA— to 70% of African countries by 2030....

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