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The ECOFISH Program, technically supported by Incatema, launches the Regional Observatory for the Adaptation to Climate Change in the South-West Indian Ocean

19 March, 2024

The Ecofish program, technically supported by Incatema, has launched the regional observatory dedicated to the impact of climate change on the fisheries sector in the South-West Indian Ocean. This marks a de...

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Developing the cold chain in developing countries’ aquaculture sector is a key to reducing food loss

30 November, 2023

An article by Alejandro Tiana, Incatema consultant specialising in fisheries and aquaculture. World Aquaculture Day is celebrated every 30th November. Aquaculture is an essential activity to feed a growing w...

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ECOFISH Programme, technically supported by Incatema, consolidates achievements in the fight against illegal fishing in the Southwestern Indian Ocean region

25 October, 2023

ECOFISH, a European Union program technically supported bECOFISH, a European Union program technically supported by Incatema, aimed at the sustainable management of continental and marine fisheries resources...

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ECOFISH, under the technical assistance of Incatema, advocates for strengthening Blue Economy programs and fighting climate change effects

13 July, 2023

Leaders from various countries in Eastern and Southern Africa and the Western Indian Ocean call for strengthening Blue Economy development programs to ensure sustainable fishing and address the effects of cl...

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ECOFISH, technically supported by Incatema, is looking at stepping up efforts to make East Africa’s fishery resources guarantee food security in the face of drought

4 May, 2023

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), an advisory body to ECOFISH (EU programme technically supported by Incatema), has held a consultation forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, focusing on the po...

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Incatema signs a new contract to study feasibility of increased aquaculture production in Cameroon

23 February, 2023

Incatema signed a contract with a Cameroonian investor to study the feasibility of increasing said investor activities in aquaculture sector. Once they obtained a public concession from the Cameroonian gover...

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World Fisheries Day: Incatema proposes measures for supporting the work of fishermen and women through the ECOFISH programme

26 January, 2023

World Fisheries Day is celebrated in tribute to all the men and women who engage in the fishing industry, whether professionally or as a hobby, for commercial or subsistence purposes. The aim of this event i...

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The ECOFISH Blue Economy Programme, supported by Incatema, makes major breakthroughs against illegal fishing in the Indian Ocean through the delivery of surveillance equipment

28 December, 2022

Last December, the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) placed security and surveillance equipment at the disposal of the inspectors of the countries that are part of the Regional Fisheries Monitoring Plan (RFMP) t...

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Incatema contributes to increase formal high education on fisheries in Africa to make it a lever for a more sustainable future

21 November, 2022

Every 21st November, World Fisheries Day is celebrated to pay tribute to fishing communities around the world, remind the importance of fisheries as livelihoods support and promote sustainable fishing to pro...

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Artisanal fishers improve their skills in Zambia thanks to ECOFISH programme, technically supported by Incatema

16 September, 2022

More than 2,400 artisanal fishers from seven districts in Kafue and Luangwa regions have received training through ActionAid Zambia to improve their fishing skills as part of ECOFISH programme, financed by t...

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