Tag Archive: South Sudan

Jul 13 2015

Processing and consumption of smoked fish in Terekeka (South Sudan)

Photo credit: Trip down memory lane. blogspot Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         Fresh fish is prized by consumers in South Sudan. However, its high price keeps it beyond the reach of the average citizen and this becomes in favor of smoked fish which is very popular for …

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Jul 06 2012

Marketing of fresh fish in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show a traditional marketing of fresh fish in Bor city, South Sudan.  One of the photos was taken in front of the fisherman’s home whereas his catch of “weer”, Gymnarchus niloticus is offered for sale whereas the second photo shows a small pile of “Nauk”, Heterotis niloticus …

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Jul 04 2012

Promotion of aluminum fishing boats in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The photo shows a fishing boat made of aluminum. The promotion for this boat which is provided by a company that is working in the field of fishery is based on the better fishing efficiency of these boats. However, fishermen (in Bor city) do not favor these boats as they …

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Jun 26 2012

Sun-drying of fish in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show the process of sun drying of fish in South Sudan. The drying is done on wooden structures, wire or robes. During summer, fish drying may require 3-4 days while a longer period (a week or more) may be required in the fall. Nothing is added to …

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Jun 25 2012

Marketing of dried fish in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) This photo has been taken in the marketing location of dried fish in Bonito City, South Sudan. Dried fish species are usually abundant and available all-year round. Because of the low consumer preference to dried fish compared to fresh fish, its market price is lower than fresh fish. By the …

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Jun 07 2012

A typical fish market in Banito city, Unity state (South Sudan)

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The two photos show a typical fish market in Banito city, Unity State (South Sudan). One of the photos shows the customers who could not find their target fresh fish as what was there was dried fish of lower consumer preference. The second photo shows a fish trader who refused to …

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May 27 2012

Sun-drying of fish (nauk and tilapia) in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan)   Because fish transport and cooling in South Sudan is not sufficient to take fish from landing places to fish markets, excess fish is sun-dried in the fishing area as the primary method of conservation. Nauk, Heterotis sp is considered the principal sun-dried fish. This is due to its abundance …

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May 27 2012

An artisanal fishing boat “Aliyab” in South Sudan

Credit: Juma Frezar (South Sudan) The local name of this artisanal fishing boat is “Aliyab” after the name of Aliyab city in the state of Lakes where these boats are built by specialized boat builders. Boats are made of doum palm (gingerbread tree). The length of this type of fishing boat ranges from 3-4 meters.  The …

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Feb 09 2012

Local and regional trade of Ugandan fish (Arua town fish market)

Credit:  Enima Chris (Uganda) This picture shows fish selling in Arua Town Market on modest facilities. This market which is the biggest fish market in the region was constructed long time and hence requires renovation. Most of the traded fish finally is transported to Democratic Republic of Congo and the South Sudan which are very …

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