At ANDAH, we work every day to support the shrimp farmers of Honduras.
National Aquaculturists Association of Honduras
We are an association with legal entity, non-profit, law-abiding, transparent and completely integrated to strengthen the systematic productivity of aquaculture through quality systems, safety, socio-environmental sustained development, investigation and innovation, boosting the defense and security of aquaculture, processing and commercialization, to guarantee our clients optimum quality products.
At ANDAH, we work every day for the growth of the shrimp business.
The shrimp industry of Honduras outstands at an international level
Honduras has an industry composed of approximately 420 shrimp-farming projects that cover an approximate area of 24,500 hectares of production. These productive units generate an annual average of 65 million pounds of export, and provide 150,000 direct and indirect jobs, with 52% being female labor, and benefiting around 500,000 people.
MILLION POUNDS EXPORTED IN 2021
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Central American Aquaculture Symposium
The SIMCAA is the largest aquaculture event of Central America
The SIMCAA is an event that gathers the most important producers of Central America with the purpose of sharing experiences, anecdotes and knowledge about the shrimp business. Honduras is the host of this event where conferences are held with participation of lecturers from the aquaculture world.
The ANDAH provides periodical training to association members with the objective of improving production processes.
In 2016, the ANDAH was able to have 10 certified larvae laboratories. This accomplishment was possible through working together.
As an association, we are developing and implementing security measures to prevent shrimp theft.