Agro & Fishing
Agriculture is the single most important sector in Bangladesh’s economy. Over 80% of the population (or 70% of the workforce) of Bangladesh is engaged in agriculture. The share of agriculture in GDP has fallen from around 57% in the 1970s to 23% in recent years. Nonetheless, agriculture is still one of the largest economic sectors in Bangladesh. In short, agriculture is the driving force behind economic growth in Bangladesh and, as a result, increasing food and agriculture production have always been major concerns of Bangladeshi policy-makers. Agro Index Limited is a modern Fish Processing, Block Ice Manufacturing and Storage Unit located at Alipur union, Kalapara upazila under Patuakhali district.Agro fish farm is focused on tilapia fish farming production and distribution that provides for a large market range. It is based in Bo Town, Sierra Leone it is 10 munities drive after Njala University Bo Campus. The founder, Miss Aminata Fatmata Kandeh, has noticed the health importance of fish and the implications of lack of it. Tilapia happens to be a great source of protein and is also largely known for its good taste. The interest of the founder is not only meeting the demands of the customer, she is also putting plans in place to create utmost satisfaction for these customers. Lady Aminata‘s passion to help reduce the effect of malnutrition and to create employment within her community are some of her driving forces in getting this business started and to contribute to the national economy. Together with my team, we are putting up measurable plans to provide quality products and maintain this supply efficiently.