Project #16192

Training of Local Fish sellers on Rebranding

by Association of African Entrepreneurs
$25 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
Nigerians across social levels love smoked fish, but the mannerism of preparing the products including the packaging have been discovered in the recent times to be unhygienic. This development is fast affecting patronage of these small and determine sellers of smoked-fish in Makoko/Iwaya Area of Lagos. The aim of this project is to educate, sensitise and train these sellers on cheaper and better ways of making smoked-fish using Food Technologists.


Poor and unhygienic mannerism of fish roasting Low patronage of smoked fish seller Imminent death of the business of smoked fish


The training would boost fish seller's technical capacities Improved hygiene of smoked-fish Increased sales Employment for new people

Long-Term Impact

Retention of business for the poor fish sellers; Improved patronage by Nigerians; Production of hygienic smoked-fish; Better packaging for supermarkets/exports and Expansion to attract more people.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).


Organization Information

Association of African Entrepreneurs

Location: Accra, Greater Accra Region - Ghana
Association of African Entrepreneurs
Project Leader:
Raimi Lukman
Member Support Volunteer, Nigeria
Lagos, Lagos Nigeria

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