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Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organisations updated their cover photo.
1 week ago
The overall goal of IYAFA 2022 is to promote the sustainable development of small-scale fisheries and aquaculture food systems to enhance the well-being of producers as well as consumers. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
All Caribbean fisherfolk are invited to take advantage of the last training for the month of May.
Please register at a link posted below and join us for two hours for a session on income generation for fisherfolk organisations facilitated by CANARI.
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Castara Fishermen to the Rescue ... See MoreSee Less
CNFO in full support of its Belize member. The Belize Fishermen Cooperative Association fights against the banning of gillnet in Belize. ... See MoreSee Less
This week we host our project management training sessions on 18th (tomorrow) and 20th May (Thursday), from 7:00-8:30pm.
Remember to register early, all Caribbean fisherfolk are invited, Click link below:
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1 month ago
Sessions are only open to women and young fisherfolk up to 40 years old from the following countries - Antigua and Barbuda, Belize and Saint Lucia. Limited spaces available so register now!
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Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organisations is in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
1 month ago
Mr. Winsbert Harry of St. Vincent and Grenadines recovering after boat sunk carrying supplies for the fisherfolk of SVG suffering from the effects of the volcano eruption.
Pictured here is Winsbert who was badly burnt in the incident and his boat crew. They received some help since they are unable to work.
Each one help one...remember if you can there are different ways to support. ... See MoreSee Less