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Indian Naval Ship “Sarvekshak” to carry out Joint hydrographic and oceanographic surveys for Mauritius

Indian Naval Ship “Sarvekshak” to carry out Joint hydrographic and oceanographic surveys for Mauritius
Date:December 12, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

​GIS- 12 December, 2018: The Indian Naval Ship “Sarvekshak”, a modern survey vessel with the state-of-the-art Hydrographic and Oceanographic survey equipment suite, arrived in Mauritius yesterday at the Port Louis Harbour. On this occasion, the Mini


Education is a key tool to empower children, says Minister Koonjoo

Education is a key tool to empower children, says Minister Koonjoo
Date:November 23, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Fisheries

GIS – 23 November 2018: The importance of education as a key tool to empower children and enable them to achieve success in life was highlighted, yesterday, by the Minister of Ocean Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping, Mr Premdut Koonj


World Fisheries Day 2018: Valorising fishermen’s profession

World Fisheries Day 2018: Valorising fishermen’s profession
Date:November 21, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

GIS – 21 November 2018: A conference focusing on the theme Évolution de la pêche artisanale dans l’océan indien: contraintes, perspective et stratégies, organised in the context of World Fisheries Day 2018, opened this morning at the Trevessa House,


No shortage in supply of raw tuna as from this year, states Foreign Affairs Minister

No shortage in supply of raw tuna as from this year, states Foreign Affairs Minister
Date:November 14, 2018|Domain:Agriculture and Food Security--Fisheries

GIS – 14 November 2018: The Fisheries Partnership Protocol signed between Mauritius and the European Union (EU), last year, will enable local authorities to develop a software that will help them to control the catch of vessels fishing in our countr


Government to invest Rs 47 billion for the transformation of the Port Louis Harbour into a regional maritime hub, says Prime Minister

Government to invest Rs 47 billion for the transformation of the Port Louis Harbour into a regional maritime hub, says Prime Minister
Date:November 08, 2018|Domain:Economy & Finance--Fisheries

GIS - 08 November, 2018: Government will invest Rs 47 billion for the development of the blue economy and the transformation of the Port Louis Harbour into a regional maritime hub, highlighted the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External C


Fisheries sector has great potentials for cooperatives, says Minister Bholah

Fisheries sector has great potentials for cooperatives, says Minister Bholah
Date:October 25, 2018|Domain:Business & Industry--Fisheries

GIS - 25 October, 2018: A workshop with the aim of providing more information on the budgetary measures, facilities and incentives being offered to the fishermen community was held yesterday at the Recreational Centre of Trou D’Eau Douce. On that oc


Octopus fishery reopens after two-months’ ban

Octopus fishery reopens after two-months’ ban
Date:October 17, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 17 October, 2018: The re-opening of octopus fishery was held yesterday at the Mahebourg Fish Landing station after a two-month ban from 15 August to 15 October, in the presence of the Minister of Ocean Economy, Marine Resources, fisheries and


Marine Spatial Planning an Excellent Strategy for the Development of Oceanic Resources, says Minister Mentor

Marine Spatial Planning an Excellent Strategy for the Development of Oceanic Resources, says Minister Mentor
Date:October 08, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 08 October, 2018: Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is an excellent strategy to advance the development of oceanic resources and combat climate change issues. Mauritius is promoting key maritime sectors such as port infrastructure, shipping, touri


Disposal of seized and forfeited fishing equipment

Disposal of seized and forfeited fishing equipment
Date:October 04, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

GIS – 04 October, 2018: The Fisheries Protection Service (FPS) proceeded with the annual disposal of seized and forfeited articles related to illegal fishing activities in several regions around the island, yesterday at Mare Chicose Landfill. In thi


Local entrepreneurs benefit from training in Ornamental Fish Farming

Local entrepreneurs benefit from training in Ornamental Fish Farming
Date:October 01, 2018|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 01 October, 2018: Thirty-seven participants including cooperators and officers of the Albion Fisheries Research Centre received their certificates after completing a one-week training in Ornamental Fish Farming by Dr Chih-Yang Huang, an expert