Revolutionizing Fish Farming in Papua New Guinea: The Impact of Joshua Noiney’s Innovative Approach

Aquaculture of PNG Fish: A Scientific Perspective

Joshua Noiney, a masters student at UNSW Sydney since 2017, has made a significant impact on the fisheries industry in Papua New Guinea (PNG) through his work with technology and training programs. With a background in PNG fisheries, he has revolutionized fish farming in the country by providing opportunities and resources to communities that have been affected by violence.

Noiney’s use of fish farming as a tool for community development has witnessed individuals redirect their lives towards growth and development. His work has also led to significant growth in the fish farming industry in PNG, with the number of fish farms increasing from 11,000 in 2009 to over 70,000 farms in 2023.

Professor Sammut’s interdisciplinary projects with UNSW Sydney involve various agencies, NGOs, governments, local schools, prisons, and communities in both Australia and PNG. The collaborative effort between these teams has been instrumental in the success of the projects and has contributed to the overall well-being of communities in Papua New Guinea.

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