Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes
September 15, 2015
Affected by illegal fishing and climate change, small-scale fishermen in Zanzibar are embracing ecotourism and seaweed farming to conserve coastal ecosystems and grow the local economy. (Photos: Madjiguene Seck, Sonu Jain / World Bank)
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