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Ugandan Government Clears China, Hungary Investors to Set Up Fish Farms

“The government has given the green light to two investment groups; one from Hungary and another from China to set…

Somalia: Chinese Deal Angers Fishing Communities, Sparks Concerns Over Sovereignty and Piracy

“A new fishing deal signed between the Somalia government and vessels tied to the China Overseas Fisheries Association raises serious…

Nafaa Sets Record Straight On Senegalese Fisheries Deal

“Contrary to reports that Liberia has entered an unscrupulous fisheries agreement that licensed 300 Senegalese vessels to operate in the…

Overfishing Threatens Malawi’s Blue Economy

“Lake Malawi, Africa’s third largest lake, provides an economic lifeline to many fishing families. But overfishing is affecting many of…

Restoring Ghana’s Mangroves and Depleted Fish Stock

In Ghana “marine fishery is near collapse, with landings of important fish species at 14 percent of the record high…

ANGOLA IS WORKING TO DIVERSIFY AND BOOST ITS ECONOMY WITH ACTIVE INVESTMENTS IN ARTISANAL FISHING

“Victória de Barros, Angola’s Minister of Fisheries and the Sea, said that the Executive is committed to giving greater quality…

Kenya and Uganda reach agreement on fishing rights in Lake Victoria

“Kenyan fishermen and Ugandan fisheries officials have agreed to end constant wrangles over fishing grounds in Lake Victoria.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201807300308.html You…

SOMALIA: EU NAVFOR MAKES TIME FOR FISHERMEN

EU NAVFOR warships make time to visit local fishermen going about their daily business NORTHWOOD, United Kingdom, July 26, 2018,-/African…

Tanzanian fishermen arrested by Kenyan authorities

“The Kenya Navy on Saturday arrested 109 Tanzanians for illegal fishing within the country’s territorial waters in the Indian Ocean.”…

Madagascar’s safer fishing alternatives

“As global fish stocks are threatened with collapse, locals around the coast in southern Madagascar have pioneered safer fishing alternatives…

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