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nems_imageFish drying method changes lives in Burundi
An FAO project to equip small fishing communities with the tools and know-how to dry fish on simple raised racks instead of on the sand has changed lives along the shores of Lake Tanganyika in Burundi.
nems_imageFAO AUDIO: Fish drying method changes lives in Burundi
Yvette Diei-Ouadi is an FAO Fishery Industry Officer in Rome. In the following interview she explains why this project was first implemented and what she saw when she visited the beneficiary communities 10 years [more…]
nems_imageBlue growth - unlocking the potential of seas and oceans
Today’s fisheries sector hosts a multibillion dollar industry that is a vital source of food, employment, trade, economic wellbeing and recreation.
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