Shrimp food factory project in El Salvador

Aquaculture in El Salvador

Alternative farming

El Salvador is a country on the Pacific ocean coast. Finding additional food sources is always a challenge and opportunities exist for an ever growing export market. There are many small shrimp production cooperatives that have a challenge to produce feed for the shrimp.

S.H.A.R.E. assists with increasing shrimp production

S.H.A.R.E. provided the funds to assist in building and equipping a factory to produce feed pellets that will be purchased by a number of local shrimp cooperatives. The shrimp food production will benefit over 30 shrimp cooperatives (estimated over 600 families) in the ANTA

Project Contact Details

Project Leader: Carl Fletcher

As a 40+ year donor I’ve supported S.H.A.R.E.'s practical and effective projects that help people help themselves. Upon retirement from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs, I volunteered as a Projects Committee member. I am now Project Manager for El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras projects. I am a Professional Agrologist and a Canadian Association of Farm Advisors member. I value that each S.H.A.R.E. project requires the beneficiaries to ‘Pass on' a benefit to others in recognition of the help the project has given them.


12801 Bramalea Rd., Caledon Ontario, L7C 2R1


Throughout history ANTA has been forged as an institution that advocates the rights of Salvadoran peasant workers.

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