Our founder, Geoffrey Furber, is currently attending the 12th Oppenheimer Research Conference in South Africa and was given the exciting opportunity to be one of five keynote speakers at the press conference yesterday.
Addressing more than 60 journalists and other key people in conservation, Geoff shared the work we are doing in Malawi on our Fish for Tomorrow project.
Lake Malawi is the most bio-diverse lake in the world and Geoff explained the main challenges facing the fish and fishing industry in Malawi as well as our achievements to date as a result of implementing simple yet effective initiatives.
Geoff said, “It was a wonderful opportunity to share information about our Fish for Tomorrow project with important people from the conservation world.”
For more information on the conference click here.