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Role of fishermen and fisherwomen in fish catch and selling at the Ambowé landing site, Libreville, (Gabon)

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) The photo shows some fishing activities which are carried out at the Ambowé landing site, Libreville (Gabon). The photo shows women who are selling fish as the case in other landing sites in Gabon. Men fishermen and women are working together in harmony; men …

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Fishery activities carried out at Ambowé landing site, Libreville (Gabon). In French

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) Ici nous sommes au débarcadère d’Ambowé, premier arrondissement de la commune de Libreville. Ce sont les femmes qui vendent le poisson que les gens achètent et font écailler sur place. C’est aussi elles qui vendent le poisson dans la plus part des débarcadères du …

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Lake Malawi artisanal fisheries- Video

Video provided for publishing by: Carolyn M. Chinguo (Malawi) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (founder of the site & video channel) Even though Chichewa is the language of this 9-min video, visitors who are not Chichewa speakers can become acquainted with the fishery activities in Lake Malawi. This may include the traditional fishing boats (rowe …

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Fishing, drying and trade of anchovies in the Sultanate of Oman

Credit: Hussein Ali Mohammed Alshihi (Oman) One of the photos show a group of fishermen who are handling their catch of anchovies which was caught in the sea and then after pulled close to the shore using special gillnets. The caught anchovies are sun-dried and marketed as dried anchovies where the price of the 4-kg dried …

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Handling and preparation of Pacu (Colossoma macropomun) in Bolivia

Credit: Leon Felipe Alviz (Bolivia) In this fishery community, women and children receive the fish catch from fishermen who belong to the community for preparation. In this particular photo, children of different ages are handling several specimens of Pacu, Colossoma macropomun. In such remote areas whereas the city electricity is lacking fish are usually consumed …

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Fish drying in Burundi

Credit: Alain Murekambanze (Burundi) Drying of fish is done as shown in the photos on raised racks or meshes and relates mainly small fish such as Lake Tanganyika sprat (Stolothrissa tanganicae) and Lake Tanganyika sardine (Limnothrissa miodon). Fish are exposed to the sun for a period of 1 to 3 days depending on weather conditions, until …

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Sun-drying of fish at Tanji landing site, Gambia

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The photos show fish sun-drying at Tanji landing site, Gambia. Because of the very warm climate in Gambia especially during the period June-October, and the limited ice supply and cold storage facilities at the fish landing site, landed fish may spoil very fast. Therefore, the sun-drying of fish which are in …

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Historic information on fisheries in Yemen (1946) – Camels consuming dried sardines

Source: E.B. Worthington, Middle East Science, 1946. Publisher: London: His Majesty’s Stationery Office Marine fisheries: Gulf of Aden Caption of the photo: Camels and men consuming dried sardines at Mukalla on the Hadramaut coast The following paragraph is cited from the above source: The Aden Protectorate, extending eastward along the southern shore of the Arabian …

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Historic drying of cod in Norway (1920)

Source: Human Geography by: Jean Brunhes (1920). Publisher: George G. Harrap The following was stated in the book  “Fish has been the chief industry of Western Norway, and the cod and the herring the two great sources of revenue for this region. The caption of the photo reads: Drying of cod in Norway”.

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Historic fish market in Zanzibar (1950)

Source: Last chance in Africa by: Negley Farson. 1950. Publisher: Victor Gollancz (London) The attached photo describes a fish market in Zanzibar as exactly cited in the source as follows: Zanzibar’s other scene of striking beauty is the harbour on a still sunset. Fish market, rich with the smells of dried shark and the reeking …

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