Fishculture Survey Report for Haiti

The basic program in fishculture that was established in 1950 under the auspices of the United Nations Mission in Haiti appears to be an effective plan for increasing fish in diets of many low-Income Haitians and should be re-vitalized and implemented to the extent that funds and facilities will allow. Primary emphasis should be placed upon stocking fish in farm ponds, providing technical assistance to farmers on fishculture, and stocking natural waters that presently are poor sources of food fish, such as Lake Pellegre.
Additional equipment Is absolutely essential to the existence of a fish-culture program in Haiti. The most critical equipment needs, in rank of Importance, and estimated costs are listed below. In addition are recurring annual expenses that are required for operating such a program

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