Offices/Farms




Kamutjonga Inland Fisheries Institute




Kamutjonga Inland Fisheries Institute (KIFI) at Kamutjonga along the Okavango river in the Kavango East Region
GPS location: 180 9`41.21 ”S
                          21041`10.78 “E

Photos of KIFI available at:

https://plus.google.com/photos/101393941619889298539/albums/5892785836680309729


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Zambezi Inland Aquaculture Center

GPS location: 17029`48.34 “S
                          24016`38.49 “E
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Ongwediva Inland Aquaculture Centre

GPS location: 17047`24.43 “S
                         15046`40.12 “E
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Omahene Inland Aquaculture Centre

GPS location: 17026`50.86 “S

                             14047`5.00 “E

Photos available at:
https://plus.google.com/photos/101393941619889298539/albums/5888909652501182737



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Epalela Fish Farm

GPS location: 17025`39.50 “S
                        14038`49.34 “E
Epalela Fish Farm has a total of 12 line ponds, with a total size range 3000m2 to 3500mand production capacity of 48 tons per annum over the reporting period 2013-2016 the farm has produced a total of 120 tons of fish. The highest production was during 2014 when it produced 58 ton of fish with sufficient supply of fish feed

Photos available at:

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Hardap Inland Aquaculture Center





    Hardap Inland Aquaculture Centre has 39 cement fish ponds with an additional 36 cement fish ponds which are utilized by the Eco-Fish Farm company (75 in total of which 17 where recently added). The total area of the fish ponds (inclusive of the ones being used by the Eco-Fish Farm) is 17 118.54m². All fish ponds are under greenhouse roofing except for 5 which are still uncovered.

Read more about the inauguration of upgrading/renovations at HIAC during 2016: 
http://aquaculturenamibia.blogspot.com/2017/02/inauguration-of-renovations-at-hardap.html
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Fonteintjie Fish Farm

Fonteintjie Community Fish Farm in the Hardap Region with 6 cement fish ponds and soon an additional 12 plastic fish tanks. All fish ponds are under greenhouse roofing.

Leonardville Fish Farm



The Leonardville Fish Farm in the Omaheke Region with 6 plastic lined fish ponds under greenhouse roofing with a total number of 4 500m square

Read more: https://aquaculturenamibia.blogspot.com/2017/09/honourable-minister-bernhard-esau-mp.html


Mpungu Fish Farm

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Mpungu Fish Farm in Kavango West Region has 14 fish ponds with total pond sizes of 8000 m2. This project produces 1 to 2 MT of fish per annum. The project is operated on integrated system with a vegetable garden. The garden use nutritional water from the fish ponds.
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Cooperative Fish Farms 

(Not  yet handed over to the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources)

Constructed from 2000 onwards by the then Ministry of Trade and Industry under the project
“Freshwater Fish Farming”. 
The project document is available at: 


The following Cooperative Fish Farms were build by the then Ministry of Trade and Industry


1     Mpungu Fish Farm at Nkurenkuru in Kavango West region. 
2     Shipapo Wambambangandu at Kaisosi in Kavango East Region. 
3     Karovo Fish Farm at Kangongo in Kavango East Region. 
4     Litapi Fish Farm at Musanga in Zambezi Region 
5     Likunganelo Fish Farm at Lisikili in Zambezi Region. 
6    Kalimbeza Fish Farm at Isize in Zambezi Region. 

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