A group of enthusiastic Zimbabwean youth recently graduated from ENABLE TAAT’s fish farming workshop, marking a significant step towards their journey in fish production and agribusiness.

The intensive program equipped them with the necessary skills to excel in aquaculture. Through a blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on practice under the guidance of experienced practitioners, the graduates learned everything from pond construction to fish health management.

The graduation ceremony was a culmination of their dedication and hard work. The atmosphere buzzed with pride as the Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, and Rural Development (MoLAF) Director and Deputy Director presented certificates to the graduates. Their presence underscored MoLAF’s commitment to nurturing young talent in fisheries and aquaculture.

The graduates expressed gratitude to both MoLAF and ENABLE TAAT. They acknowledged the Ministry’s unwavering support and TAAT’s pivotal role in bringing together expertise and resources to empower them as future agripreneurs.

Looking ahead, these young entrepreneurs are eager to apply their knowledge and contribute to Zimbabwe’s development. Driven by a spirit of innovation and perseverance, they aspire to build successful fish farming businesses while contributing to the nation’s food security goals outlined in Vision 2030. Their journey exemplifies the transformative power of investing in youth through agricultural training programs like ENABLE TAAT.

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