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We just want to remind you to get your fresh, local, fish at the Basseterre Fisheries Complex

Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday: 8:30-3pm
Saturday: 8:30-12pm
Call 467-1901 for more!

#buylocal #eathealthy
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Module 1 training starts in less than one hour. CNFO is looking forward to meet members tonight!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy World Maritime Day to all seafarers!

The World Maritime theme for 2022 is “New technologies for greener shipping”.

This theme reflects the need to support a green transition of the maritime sector into a sustainable future, while leaving no one behind.
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Searchlight newspaper: Vendors at the Kingstown Fish Market have been advised that come October 1, the cost of doing business at the facility will increase.
The Chief Operations Officer of the Kingstown Fish Market advised the vendors by memo that the increases are as a result of the “ever-increasing costs for electricity” and other aspects of business.
SEARCHLIGHT visited the Kingstown Fish Market on Thursday, September 29, 2022 and spoke with the vendors. They say they will be forced to increase the price of fish as a result of these increases.
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Use the link to register: docs.google.com/forms/d/1DTkJ21BPWVjJBCsc4u_t9KS4yqHs1169g0VDiI_fwlU/edit?fbclid=IwAR3F_f78EKDn0b... ... See MoreSee Less

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CNFO's Leadership Institute Training ALERT:

⇨ 9 Modules
⇨ Starting 4th October 2022
⇨ Every Tuesday night at 8:30 pm Eastern Caribbean Time
⇨ Caribbean Fisherfolk invited to register for FREE
⇨ 9 fisherfolk leaders facilitating modules
⇨Join on zoom (Link will be emailed and/or WhatsApp)
⇨ Use the link below to register!!!
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Meet Sylvia White, Fish Processor and Vendor, Vice President of the Barbados National Union of Fisherfolk Organisations (BARNUFO), member of the Central Fish Processors Association (CFPA) and an exceptional Dominoes player.

Sylvia comes from a fishing family, her dad is a retired fisher and her sister is also a fish processor and vendor. She has been involved in the industry for 28 years. Sylvia is well known for advocating for improving the quality of fish products for local consumption and export.

She is hopeful that one day Barbadian fisherfolk would be able to ship fish to any part of the world. Sylvia will be the facilitator at the upcoming leadership institute session on 4 November 2020. Stay tuned for more information on how to register for the session. #WednesdayWoman #Barbados #SSFGender
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Brief Profile of Norman J. Norris, Dominica

“The World of Growth and Excellence is all about Learning, Unlearning, and Relearning”

Accomplished Career Fishery and Livelihood Professional (ACFLP), bringing a strong foundation and established track record of extensive local, regional, and international experience across a wide spectrum of disciplines and varied industry sectors to include operational leadership, interfacing directly with key stakeholders for over 30 years in the Fisheries and Livelihoods Sector and, 40 years in public life.
Engaged in leading roles for various local and regional governments, academia, inter-governmental agencies, and non-profit organisations.

Mission Statement: Responsibility Given; Results Delivered.
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National Fisherfolk meeting #Jamaica
June 13th & 16th 2022
JFCU Boardroom

The National Meeting In Jamaica was to:
• Build awareness and understanding of regional and global fisheries policy, namely the Caribbean Community Common Fisheries Policy (CCCFP), and the Voluntary Guidelines on Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the context of food security and poverty eradication (SSF).
• Develop draft advocacy plans for fishers, to address major concerns
• Develop draft plans for fisher-led implementation of the SSF guidelines
• Build awareness of the CNFO’s Regional Code of Conduct

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These are pictures of two member's (boat) of Nafcoop in #Dominica. Boat damages caused during the recent tropical storm. -the village of Newtown, Dominica. ... See MoreSee Less

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Keswin Mcfee, 28 years old, is from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Two years ago, a swell in the sea washed Keswin and crew out the boat to shore. Additionally, in his lifetime he has drifted 9 times. He goes fishing for dolphin, king fish, shark...Keswin father and uncle are fishers and that is where he learned to appreciate fishing. ... See MoreSee Less

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On 5th to 9th September 2022, the IPC, including WFFP and CNFO members will participate as observer to the 35th Committee on Fisheries in Rome. ... See MoreSee Less

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