Tag Archive: artisanal fishery

Dec 16 2016

Fish catch in Beni River (Bolivia)- Video

Video credit: Paola Luna Morales (Bolivia) Review: Paola Luna Morales and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the video channel)     It is common in the “Beni” river to see the fishermen on their boats with outboard motor while using their sacks to keep their catch of fish alive until they return to the …

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Jun 28 2016

Women in artisanal and subsistence fishery in Fiji

Photo credit: ICSF (Samudra – Volume 48) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted picture was taken (as captioned), in Lau, Fiji, and shows a common fishing practice by women who use tidal changes to capture fish in pools using gillnets. Women contribute significantly to the subsistence and …

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Aug 26 2015

Sekondi fish market in Ghana

Photo ownership: Trip down memory lane blogspot Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted photo was taken in Sekondi which is the largest fishing town in the Secondi Takoradi Metropolitan (STMA). It is also the administrative capital of the Metropolitan. The Sekondi fish market is about 15 minutes’ …

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Jul 10 2015

Features of artisanal fishery in Lake Aheme (Benin)

Photos’ credit: Codjo Bertin Ahokin (Benin) Review: Codjo Bertin Ahokin and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Inland fishery is a very important activity for the riverside communities in regard to job creation and food security through providing a reliable source of animal protein. There are thousands of fishermen who depend …

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Apr 16 2015

The role of women in the value chain of artisanal fisheries in Liberia

Photo credit: David Elliott (Mac Alister Elliott & Pts.) – UK Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Whether women seen in the inserted photo are heading to buy fish for their families or for trade, the Liberian women play an important role in the artisanal fisheries sector. They may support …

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Mar 30 2015

Beach seining in Sierra Leone

Photo credit: David Elliot (UK – MacAlister Elliott & Ptrs) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The use of beach seine net –although highly destructive- is popular and widely used in many African countries whereas the practice takes place along the coast in lagoons, estuaries and rivers in areas …

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Sep 13 2014

Heritage fishing:One-leg fishing in Lake Inle (Myanmar)

Credit for the photo: Mission report on inland aquaculture and fisheries, Rap publication 2003/18 Technical review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) The fishermen on Inle Lake have a unique rowing style. They have mastered the art of standing on one leg on the extreme of the boat and wrapping their other leg around …

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Sep 12 2014

Artisanal fishery in Gabon: Preparation for a fishing trip

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) This photo which was taken in a fishing facility in Gabon shows the preparation of canoes for the start of a fishing trip. Typically, the preparation includes loading fuel, drinking water, food and ice to preserve fish. On the average, a fishing trip takes 3-4 …

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Aug 03 2014

A typical fishing trip and catch in Golinga Dam, Ghana – Video

Source: www.fishconsult.org Credit: Ivan Venkonwine Kaleo (Ghana) Golinga Dam is the fishery resource in which fishing practice is taking place. One of the two fishermen lives in Tamele town while the other lives in Gbulahgu Village. Canoes are the common fishing boats operating in the dam; the local name of this canoe is “Narin”; “Dagbani” …

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Jun 09 2014

Artisanal fishing boats at “Ambowe”, landing site, Libreville, Gabon

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) The photo shows the landing of artisanal fishing boats at the landing of Ambowe north of Libreville, Gabon. There are twenty docks and around Libreville. These canoes have an average length that ranges between 4-8 meters. Much of these canoes are motorized. The white objectives …

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