This research project aims to identify gaps and suggest interventions in Papua New Guinea’s rapidly growing aquaculture industry, using a SWOT analysis surveying farmers and other stakeholders.


Increasing production from inland aquaculture in Papua New Guinea for food

An ACIAR-funded aquaculture project was launched on 18-19 August 2010 in Goroka in the Eastern Highlands of PNG to develop fish farming packages based on scientifically-validated methods.

Aquaculture and environmental planning group

Throughout the Asia-Pacific, aquaculture has been promoted as a means of improving income and food security for rural communities.

Understanding soil-related constraints on aquaculture production

In Papua New Guinea aquaculture is an important source of protein for the rural majority of the popluation, contributing food security and income generation.