e-ISSN : 2347-2677, p-ISSN : 2394-0522
Kien Kouassi Brahiman, Ndiaye Awa, Aboua Benié Rose Danielle and Vanga Adja Ferdinand
Fishing is important in the fight against food insecurity, unemployment and in creating jobs. This study describes the socio-economic effects of fishing activities in the Agnéby-Tiassa region. Information was collected through a questionnaire, interview and direct observation in the field. Analysis of the data obtained showed that fishing activities in Agnéby-Tiassa is a source of jobs and earnings. Daily earnings vary between 15000 and 25000 FCFA. The fish marketing is carried out by women, 24% of whom are wholesalers, 18% of whom are smokers. Those who resell the fish represent 76%. The income derived from this activity allows the actors to mainly educate their children (35%). The consumption of fish contributes to the satisfaction of the food needs of the populations and to the improvement of health thanks to the intakes of proteins, iodine and vitamins.
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