The investigation identified a number of social and environmental problems which have been discussed and prioritized within the farming community. Blue Sea Aquaculture is committed to work on the continuous improvement of these issues in close co-operation with the farmers. The project implementation started with the help of Hofer KG but has been continued after the project end in 2017.
Due to remoteness of the farming areas, emergency medical services often need too long before reaching the village. Therefore, basic first-aid trainings for the members of organic farming community were provided. In addition, Red Cross Society has been asked to conduct a 10 days Community Health Workers Training for selected villagers.
A new activity of Blue Sea Aquaculture, Alcom, Shore and farmers is to finance regular health treatment camps (twice a month). Thus a better medical diagnosis and treatments can achieved for all members of the organic farming community (including the farm workers).
Healthy seeds will lead to healthy aquaculture. This is why Blue Sea Aquaculture cooperates with the Ananda group hatcheries to produce organic quality seed for the farms. Ananda is the only hatchery to master the challenging protocol for organic Black Tiger seed production in India so far.