Tag: somali fishermen

  • Reducing Somalia’s Piracy By Building a Fishing Industry

    January 07: At the peak of the problem, in 2011, there were 237 incidents of piracy off Somalia and the Gulf of Aden (the sea separating Somalia and Yemen), accounting […]

  • Boosting the catch

    EUNAVFOR keeping an eye on fishing. Operation Atalanta Flagship ITS Carabiniere Keeps Watchful Eye Over UN FAO ‘Fish Beacons’ at Sea that are Helping to Increase Catches for Somali Fishermen […]

  • Somali illegal fishing woes

    Illegal fishing threatens local fleets. Somalia: Who is protecting Somalia’s fishermen? By Ahmed Ali As Somalia’s waters have become less dangerous for international shipping, they have become much more dangerous […]

  • EUNAVFOR supports fisheries work

    Move to enhance livelihoods of local fishermen. Operation Atalanta Completes Support to Successful UN FAO Initiative Off the Coast of Somalia On Tuesday 01 December 2015, Operation Atalanta flagship, ITS […]

  • Spain denies IUU fishing role

    Somalis claim illegal fishing could push them back into piracy. Spain: Government and tuna fleet refute accusations of illegal fishing in Somalia The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAGRAMA) […]

  • Meeting Somalis

    EU Naval Force Meets Somali Fishing Representatives and Elders on ITS San Giusto On Monday, 29 October 2012, the Force Commander of the EU Naval Force Somalia – Operation Atalanta […]

  • The Next Pirates?

    The complaints made by Somali fishermen some years ago about illegal fishing are very similar to those being voiced by the fishermen of Senegal today. Is there a risk of […]