Video: Towards zero hunger worldwide

October 13, 2017, University of New South Wales

When UNSW's Jes Sammut helped to start a fish farming research project in the remote PNG highlands, the hope was to improve the nutrition of the locals.

As it turns out, the rewards are far greater, and provide a template for the greater undeveloped world.

Credit: University of New South Wales

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