Fishing Kit


Fishing for a future

Fishing is an untapped trade in South Sudan.

The Nile tributaries provide a rich source of potential food, and surplus fish to sell for income. However, fisher-folk are missing out on opportunities due to a lack of equipment.

Your Gift of Grace can provide a Fishing Kit of 3 twines and one box of hooks – and can be life-changing!

Before your help, Chol Atem Deng had to rent a net to go fishing, and pay for it with the fish he caught. Some days he came home with nothing.

After receiving a Fishing Kit, Chol said:

‘I can catch on average 100 fish a day, in which one fish cost 100 SSP, making 10,000 SSP ($100 AUS) a day. This is good business!’

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