Morocco: Launching a Call for Expression of Interest (CEI) for the selection of new upgrading projects of small pelagics in the province of Dakhla

The Department of Marine Fisheries announced on July 11, in a statement, the launch of a Call for Expression of Interest (CEI) for selecting new development projects of small pelagics in the province of Dakhla.. In the context of developing the southern provinces and implementing "Halieutis" strategy, the Department of Marine Fisheries supports and encourages the implementation of seafood value addition projects in this region through the allocation of fishing quota in the small pelagic fishery in the South Atlantic (stock C), covering part of the supply needs of the proposed value addition project, according to the ministry statement

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Bahrain: New lab will help boost fish stocks

China is helping Bahrain set up a new laboratory that will support efforts to replenish the nation's depleted fish stocks. It will analyse fish diseases and water samples once it is fully operational at its headquarters in Asker.

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The 15th session of FAO Sub-Committee on fish trade to be held in Morocco in 2016

At the closure of the 14th session of FAO Sub-Committee on fish trade held on 24-28 February 2044 in Bergen, Norway, the Kingdom of Morocco offered to host the fifteenth session of the Sub-Committee. The latter welcomed the kind invitation from the Kingdom of Morocco. Modalities as well as the date and venue will be determined by the Director-General in consultation with the Chairperson and in light of the international calendar of meetings.

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FAO highlights desire to benefit from Bahrain’s experience in fish farming

Minister of Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning (MMUP), Dr. Jumaa bin Ahmed Al-Kaabi met with the Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Jose Graziano da Silva at the ministry in January 2014.

The minister said that the wise leadership allocates a great concern for the developing process of the fish farming centre, due to its great importance in providing an essential food element, which is fish, particularly in the light of the increasing growth population to achieve sustainable development and the Economic Vision 2030.

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