WISHH’s water exchange trials in Ibadan, Nigeria are laying the foundation for future feed demand in West African aquaculture enterprises. Local industry supported the trials with donated feed, suitable land to serve as the trial site, and advanced juvenile catfish.
ASA/WISHH, Kansas State University (KSU) and other partners convened a unique field day that resulted in Cambodian fish farmers and other aquaculture industry representatives going home with new ideas for fish feed and feeding practices as well as financing options.
The new Alltech Global Feed Survey finds feed production grew 1% globally in 2020 despite COVID-19 impacts. Aquaculture feed realized the strongest of any primary protein species with a 3% increase over 2019, according to the Alltech data. Yet, the survey also reflects the
ASA/WISHH kicked off 2021 with four days of virtual technical assistance consultations for Asian soyfoods entrepreneurs who reported the training helped them gain valuable information on extrusion and more to expand their businesses. WISHH executed the virtual trainings as part
SESACO Ltd., WISHH’s Uganda-based supply chain partner and longtime importer of U.S. defatted soy flour, is making major moves to expand its market reach to include cities in neighboring Kenya. The U.S. soy customer recently sent a team of five
His Excellency Veng Sakhon, Cambodia’s Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, witnessed manufacturing of U.S. soy-based feeds on January 5 during a tour of an ASA/WISHH strategic partner’s feed mill in Cambodia. The Minister applauded AgriMaster’s accomplishments as Cambodia’s first
ASA/WISHH’s Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainable Trade-Cambodia (CAST) project announced a groundbreaking financial services partnership with Chamroeun Microfinance. CAST partner World Vision leads the initiative that will establish the first financial services program specifically designed for Cambodian aquaculture, creating new
WISHH and its strategic partners faced unprecedented challenges to connect trade and development across global market systems in 2020. Despite COVID-19, travel bans, and Cambodia’s floods, WISHH worked to build market systems that can meet the rising demand for protein
WISHH Executive Director Liz Hare presented “Lessons Learned by Processors: Resilience & Pivoting for Protein in Child Nutrition” at a Dec. 1 virtual conference that attracted attendees from sub-Saharan Africa who are engaged in the manufacturing, marketing or research of
WISHH hosted its inaugural WISHH Experts & Explorers Live on Dec. 2 to allow soybean leaders to engage in discussions as WISHH conducts its first market assessment in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan — countries that are home to approximately 29 million
The ASA/WISHH-supported Cambodian Aquaculturist Association (CAA) is growing in stature, including capturing widespread attention from major Cambodian media outlets as well as social media. Launched on September 22, the young association has already enrolled 163 members of the aquaculture sector.
WISHH and SESACO Foods’ strategic partnership began in 2011, but of course, 2020 is a year like no other for WISHH, and soyfood and beverage companies like SESACO. Yet, the Ugandan customer of U.S. soy flour and other high-protein soy
The ASA/WISHH-supported Cambodian Aquaculturist Association (CAA) is working with hatcheries and other members with operations flooded by recent daily rain downpours; at least 10 CAA members are affected, and one member’s hatchery was completely flooded. Widespread flooding has impacted as
WISHH’s latest training in West Africa opens opportunities for a strategic partner in Ghana to use soy flour to add protein-rich nutrition to a popular cassava-based food. In Africa, an estimated 70 million people are dependent on carbohydrate-heavy cassava as
To inspire and inform entrepreneurs in developing countries, ASA/WISHH commemorates World Food Day by sharing insights from a WISHH strategic partner who is a leader in real-world resilience during COVID-19. WISHH’s new mini documentary features Samuel Kwame Ntim-Adu, the CEO
ASA/WISHH is delivering expert information on the role of soy in feeds through an October 22 webinar organized by the Aquaculture Africa Magazine. The publication recognizes aquafeeds are a major constraint to aquaculture development on the African continent and reports
WISHH’s new egg consumption survey finds record numbers of Ghanaians are benefiting from eggs. What’s more, 73% of people who had heard our Ghana National Egg Campaign messages report the information positively changed their perceptions about eggs and their nutritional
ASA/WISHH-Supported Cambodian Aquaculturalist Association Convenes First Annual Meeting & Training Event
The Cambodian Aquaculturalist Association (CAA), with support from ASA/WISHH’s Commercialization of Aquaculture for Sustainability Trade (CAST) – Cambodia project, succeeded in assembling 130 members of the aquaculture industry for the association’s first annual meeting on Sept. 22 in Phnom Penh.
WISHH’s new USDA-funded market assessment for Central America and the Dominican Republic offers insight into opportunities for U.S. soy in food and feed trade. Furthermore, WISHH is building on these stage-one findings with its USB-funded Mobilizing Entrepreneurs to Expand U.S.
Cambodia and Sri Lanka offer potential for U.S. soy trade finds WISHH’s USDA-funded market assessments. Such assessments offer important stage-one insights for WISHH’s USB-funded Mobilizing Entrepreneurs to Expand U.S. Soy Utilization in Developing and Emerging Markets initiative. Based on 20