Find Fisheries expertise in Botswana
Agriculture, forestry, hunting and fisheries together contribute only 2% of GDP (2007). Botswana has a very small fisheries industry. There are an estimated 3,000 people engaged in fishing, producing a gross value of output of less than US$100,000 (2006). The Okavango Delta is the most important region for fisheries in Botswana, producing approximately 80% of the national fish catch, mainly tilapia. The Fisheries Division of the Ministry of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism is responsible for fisheries.
|Fisheries organisations in Botswana|
|Okavango Delta Fishery||