Combating Overfishing in Malawi

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Malawi is trying to find ways to contain overfishing in its largest body of water, Lake Malawi. The third largest lake in Africa has long been the economic hub for thousands of fishing communities along the lakefront areas. However, locals say unsustainable fishing practices and climate change have led to dwindling catches, forcing some fishermen to look for alternatives. Lameck Masina reports from the town of Mangochi. Africa 54 Managing Edtior Vincent Makori was on the shores of Lake Malawi with an update.
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Malawi
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malawi, overfishing, fishing, lake malawi