(News) SOUTH AFRICA- Local cadets get their sea legs aboard SA AGULHAS.

https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/watch-local-cadets-get-their-sea-legs-aboard-sa-agulhas-17498166 The SA AGULHAS research vessel left the Cape Town port on Monday, carrying a record 48 trainees, who will tag along to measure radio signal strengths along SA’s coast. The two-week voyage along the West...

(News) INDIA – A new device for analysing the freshness of fish

https://www.seafoodsource.com/news/foodservice-retail/indian-instituteintroduces-new-device-to-analyze-freshness-of-fish The Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT), based in Kochi, has developed a new device to assess the freshness of fish in a market. The device is described as a paper-based disc that’s stored...

(News) KENYA – High prices stifle Mombasa’s ship chandling trade

https://www.the-star.co.ke/business/kenya/2020-03-30-high-prices-stifle-mombasas-ship-chandling-trade/ The once vibrant and profitable ship chandling business in Mombasa has dwindled courtesy of a combination of cost factors negatively impacting the local sector with high product prices. According to stakeholders, the once-lucrative trade...

(News) SOUTH AFICA – Foreign warships arrive in Cape Town for inaugural naval exercise

https://www.defenceweb.co.za/featured/foreign-warships-arrive-incape-town-for-inaugural-naval-exercise/ After six months of planning, warships from Russia and China arrived in Cape Town this past weekend for the inaugural Exercise Mosi, a multinational maritime exercise hosted by South Africa. The exercise is scheduled...

(News) SRI LANKA: “We are for peaceful settlement of disputes in Indian Ocean”

http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/We-are-for-peaceful-settlement-of-disputes-in-Indian-Ocean-SL-138199.html Foreign Secretary Prasad Kariyawasam said that the modern post-conflict Sri Lanka stands for a peaceful Indian Ocean which includes peaceful rules-based settlement of disputes. He expressed these views while addressing the Galle Dialogue Maritime...

(News) YEMEN – Fishing for a future

https://www.nrc.no/perspectives/2019/fishing-for-a-future/ Coastal communities have suffered greatly in Yemen’s ongoing bloody conflict. Fishing boats, ports and processing sites have been destroyed or damaged, and many fishermen have lost their lives. NRC is helping to revive the...

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Ajoutez votre titre ici(Info) INDE - La marine indienne a organisé un symposium sur le renforcement des capacités avec les marines de l'IOR https://www.indiavsdisinformation.com/20210513/indian-navy-holdssymposium-on-capacity-building-with-ior-naviesOrganisé par le Naval War College de Goa du 11 au...

World Bank: US $ 83.15 million fund for fisheries sector

The World Bank continues to finance projects for the development of key sectors of the economy of Madagascar and the Indian Ocean region. Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Commission were allocated $ 83.15 million...

(News) KENYA- Mombasa Fishermen demand compensation after loss to developers and pollution.

https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2001290214/kibarani-saga-fishermen-demand-action-over-destroyed-fishing-sites Fishermen in Mombasa County have demanded that action be taken against developers who have destroyed the Kibarani fishing grounds. The more than 300 fishermen from the Tudor and Shimanzi beach management units called for...