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Madagascar Successfully Hosts The 2nd FISH-i Africa Task Force Meeting

Continued cooperation seen as critical to ending illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean!

Member countries of the anti-illegal fishing network FISH-i Africa should build on their early successes by continuing to take action in their respective countries to help eliminate illegal fishing in the Western Indian Ocean.

That message was delivered by Minister of Halieutics Resources and Fisheries for Madagascar, the Honourable Minister Ahmad, who opened a November 25th FISH-i Africa Task Force meeting in Antananarivo, sharing words of welcome, encouragement, and insight into Madagascar’s efforts to combat illegal fishing.
 
FISH-i Africa is a network of seven southeast African nations that have agreed to share information and resources to improve monitoring and enforcement in their collective waters to better fight illegal fishing. FISH-i members countries are: Comoros, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, ... Read more...


 
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