Integrated fish farming is regarded as an alternative for efficient utilization of available resources, waste recycling and energy saving, and for maintaining ecological balance and circulation, the presence of Wazo hill quarry water pits as a result of previous rehabilitation project and already existing ponds are resources with big potential to produce fish and vegetables which can supply the most parts of Dar es Salaam region and contributes to habitat restoration and ecosystem balance. 

The project organize different group of people in the community include youth, women, interested fish farmers group to engage in integrated fish farming for tilapia and cat fish with vegetables to develop the individual entrepreneurship skills in integrated fish farming while conserving the environment .

The main objectives is to rebuild habitat and to introduce integrated fish farming for environmental conservation in Wazo hill area, demonstrate the feasibility of integrated fish farming in quarry sites and to encourage small scale fish farmers to engage in such farming.

Also the project provide an avenue for the local people around Twiga Cement company  (unemployed youths, women,) to support their own living in having access to basic services, and be self-reliant through earning their own income through the sales of fish and vegetables while conserving environment in Wazo hill quarry.