Unlocking the potential
of sustainable fisheries and aquaculture
in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific

Fact sheets


Factsheet on FISH4ACP work towards a sustainable, resilient, well-managed and inclusive shrimp fishery in Guyana.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP work to make Senegal’s oyster value chain more productive and sustainable with a view to transforming it in a catalyst for economic and social development.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP’s work in promoting sustainable growth of the Nile tilapia sector in Côte d’Ivoire to support the country’s goal of meeting national demand in 2031.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP support to the Marshall Islands in making its tuna sector more sustainable and in strengthening its position as a hub for tuna landings.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP work in supporting Tanzania to strengthen its position as a main producer of Lake Tanganyika sardine, sprat and perch.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP's work to advance coastal pelagic fisheries on the African island nation of Sao Tome and Principe.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP's work to support mahi-mahi fisheries in the Dominican Republic, while ensuring that economic growth goes hand in hand with environmental sustainability and social inclusiveness.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP’s efforts to increase the competitiveness and environmental sustainability of Cameroon’s shrimp sector, its main fish and seafood export product, to boost incomes and improve food and nutritional security.


Fact sheet on FISH4ACP support to enhancing the productivity and sustainability of the small pelagics value chain in the Zambian waters of Lake Tanganyika to contribute to poverty reduction, improve food safety and security and to safeguard aquatic life.


FISH4ACP supports Nigeria’s efforts to boost the catfish sector because of its potential to create jobs and business opportunities, in particular for women and youth. FISH4ACP aims to improve access to key export markets, enhance productivity and increase competitiveness.

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