The Aquaponics project beneficiaries (In pic: Ms. Gita Deborah’s Catfish just before harvest, Mpererwe- Kampala district) February 2, 2015 8:27 am | Published by admin The Aquaponics project beneficiaries Metallic fish tank Aquaponics System at Mr. Bigirwa Julius’s home, Duahaga-Hoima district. Mr. Bigirwa Julius and wife shifted from a subsistence Aquaponics unit to a semi-commercial unit, Duahaga- Hoima district.Mr. Lubowa Lamecka’s Aquaponic unit two months after establishment in Kibuli Slum- Kampala district.Mr. Magaya James( Center in a checked shirt) hopes to earn school fees for some of his children from Aquaponics , Butansi- Kamuli district.Mr. Mutwalibu and his wife, Ntono Zuena stand exicited beside their newly setup Aquaponics unit in Bupadhengo-Kamuli district.Mr. Sabiiti Joseph holds some of the Catfish left to eat at home after selling off his first harvest, Duahaga-Hoima district.Ms. Damaris Masette stands beside her Multiple tank Aquaponics system newly set in Bweyogere-Wakiso district.Ms. Nakayiza Joyce of Katwe 1-Kampala district feels excited by her Aquaponics grow-bed 2 months after establishment.Ms. Nora Nyamanyarwo testing her newly added grow-beds feels Aquaponics has revived her elderly life, Rusembe- Hoima district.WGI team together with the family of Mr. Mutwalibu (extreme right) and Ntono Zuena (center) signing Aquaponics MoU, Buphadengo- Kamuli district.WGI team, NAVODA team, district representatives, and farmers from Hoima district communities pose for a photo after a satisfying Aquaponics meeting at Glory Summit Hotel, Hoima town.