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Friday, 18 March 2011

Mozambique: EU finances studies for centre on illegal fishing

The European Union has disbursed 140,000 euros (about 195,000 US dollars) for studies that will culminate with the construction in Mozambique of a regional centre for the monitoring, control and surveillance of illegal fishing. Speaking to AIM on Tuesday, Leone Tarabusi, the project manager of ACP FISH II (the fisheries programme for Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific, financed by the EU), said that the centre to be established in Mozambique will benefit all members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). "Illegal fishing is a major problem and the SADC countries have joined together to fight against it", said Tarabusi. "They have decided to set up a centre to monitor illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing that will be based here in Mozambique". Tarabusi is attending the third Monitoring Seminar of the ACP FISH II Programme for Southern Africa.

Source: AllAfrica