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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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Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization is procuring monitoring, control and surveillance equipment within ECOFISH programme, technically supported by Incatema

10 August, 2022

The procurement process to purchase this equipment is ongoing and includes buying 6 vessels, 9 motors, 60 lifejackets, 9 HD digital cameras, 6 binoculars, 6 drone cameras and 7 GPS to support effective fishe...

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ECOFISH programme, technically supported by Incatema, creates a network to assess and mitigate climate change impacts in small-scale fisheries in the Southwestern Indian Ocean

14 July, 2022

Creating a network to assess and mitigate the impact of climate change in small-scale fisheries in the Southwestern Indian Ocean, within ECOFISH Programme, aims at providing riparian countries necessary data...

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ECOFISH Programme milestones, supported by Incatema, to ensure biodiversity preservation in the Western Indian Ocean

8 June, 2022

Upon celebrating World Oceans Day, we point out the main milestones of EU-funded ECOFISH Programme. Incatema provides technical assistance to this programme, one of the topics being biodiversity preservation...

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ECOFISH, regional programme supported by Incatema, is introducing technological innovation for traditional fisheries in the Indian Ocean to ensure sustainability

4 May, 2022

EU-funded programme ECOFISH, where Incatema provides technical assistance, is implementing innovative technological solutions to further professionalize artisanal fisheries and improve its sustainability. Th...

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Incatema and ECOFISH create a platform to promote sustainable fishing models

29 March, 2022

With the objective of improving regional cooperation and collaboration, the European ECOFISH programme led by Incatema Consulting & Engineering has designed a specific regional platform for creating syn...

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The ECOFISH programme, technically supported by Incatema, presents a statistical system for improving the efficient use of fishing resources

25 February, 2022

The EU’s ECOFISH Programme, with technical support form Incatema, has initiated development of a statistical system for improving the assessment of the fishing industry’s contribution to the national eco...

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A delegation of Turkish civil servants from the fisheries sector visits the Vigo Fish Market accompanied by Incatema

24 November, 2021

A delegation from Turkey has come to Spain to learn up close about the Spanish fisheries sector: organisation and automation of fish markets, records of catches and landings, aquaculture, and marketing of fi...

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Incatema undertakes a Comparative Analysis of the fishing sector in the EU and in Turkey

13 October, 2021

INCATEMA forms part of a consortium of European companies that is working on a project contracted with European Union funding to align the fisheries policies of Turkey and the EU. The project title is “Te...

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INCATEMA to prepare a study on climate change and fishing, as part of the Ecofish programme

30 September, 2021

As part of the support provided by Incatema Consulting & Engineering to the ECOFISH programme in the region of East and South Africa and West of the Indian Ocean, over the coming months we will be carry...

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