The Ministry of Fisheries in Sierra Leone announced a month-long closed season to protect fish stocks © AFP/Getty Images
The Ministry of Fisheries in Sierra Leone announced a month-long closed season to protect fish stocks © AFP/Getty Images

Nations must act to support Africa’s Blue Economy

4 July 2019

Africa’s small-scale fisheries need to be supported with greater research and investment to protect the critical role they play in global food security.

At the Blue Economy symposium in Tunis, industry, government and NGO representatives discussed the need for clear and innovative actions to ensure lasting transformation of the blue economy in Africa.

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