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Liberia fishermen complain about the quality of new fishing nets by Willie N. Tokpah April 08, 2021   |  Source : FPA  | Copyright : 2021 - FrontPageAfrica. All Rights Reserved.

Local fishermen in Liberia have criticized recent move by the National Fisheries and Aqua Culture Authority (NaFAA) to change their fishing nets. The fishermen who spoke with FrontPageAfrica over the weekend said the fishing net intended to be distribu...

Shrimp Insights: India, Indonesia, and Vietnam all poised for continued growth by Toan Dao April 08, 2021   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2021 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Despite setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing competition from Ecuador, Asia’s top shrimp exporting nations should expect continued growth, according to a top shrimp market analyst. Willem van der Pijl, who founded the Seafood Trade...

70 coastal fishers in Somalia are setting out to strengthen the fisheries sector April 08, 2021   |  Source : FAO  | Copyright : 2021 OCHA

After years of livestock losses from droughts and multiple crises, fish have become a lifeline source of food for nutrition and income for coastal communities. The coasts sandy soils are not suitable for crops, and fishing and livestock are the main livel...

Government of Canada announces over $5M in clean tech funding for British Columbia Fisheries and Aquaculture Projects April 08, 2021   |  Source : Fisheries and Oceans Canada  | Copyright : 2021 CNW Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. A Cision company.

Improving the environmental sustainability of our seafood sectors while ensuring they remain competitive in the marketplace is a shared goal of British Columbians. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting that goal through targeted investments ...

Hundreds of dead dolphins and fish wash up on beaches in Ghana by Emmanuel Akinwotu April 08, 2021   |  Source : The Guardian  | Copyright : 2021 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

Authorities in Ghana are investigating the deaths of hundreds of dolphins and fish that washed up on beaches in Ghana in recent days, as fears grow that contaminated fish have been sold to customers. Dead sea species have littered beaches in Accra and ...

Cyclone kills nearly 180, as aid pours into Indonesia, East Timor April 08, 2021   |  Source : AFP  | Copyright : Turkuvaz Haberle?me ve Yay?nc?l?k 2021

The death toll from the tropical cyclone Seroja has risen to nearly 180 people in islands stretching from Indonesia to neighboring East Timor, as rescue efforts for those trapped from flash floods and landslides continued and two Indonesian navy ships pac...

Fishermen’s boats: Balochistan govt. in Pakistan to install satellite tracking system April 08, 2021   |  Source : APP  | Copyright : 2021 Business Recorder

The Balochistan government has started the spade work on the installation of satellite tracking system in boats to ensure the safety of marine life and fishermen. Fishing boats would help to comply with environmental and fishing laws, as well as promot...

Jatka fishermen in Bangladesh mend ways, now guard fish population by Bilkis Irani April 08, 2021   |  Source : Dhaka Tribune  | Copyright : 2012-2019. 2A Media Limited. All Rights Reserved.

Fishermen in Bangladesh who previously caught ilish fry, called Jatka in Bangla, have renounced their previous ways and are trying to motivate others to follow suit. A total of 330 selected fishermen from 15 upazilas of 6 coastal districts, including B...

Italy gave families of two fishermen killed by marines USD1.34 mn in damages by Utkarsh Anand April 08, 2021   |  Source : HT  | Copyright : HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved.

According to the Government of India’s compliance affidavit dated January 5, which HT has seen and reviewed, the Italian government offered to pay a total of ₹10 crore (USD1.34 mn) in damages. The case pending before the Supreme Court is an appeal ...

Inadequacy of US screening system for IUU risks laid bare in trade study by Mark Godfrey April 08, 2021   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2021 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

Seafood caught via illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing and fishing involving forced labor amounting to USD 2.4 billion (EUR 2 billion) was imported into the United States in 2019, according to the U.S. International Trade Commission. The...

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