UFPEA COVID NEWSLETTER

The pandemic has created in an unprecedented economic, social and health crisiswith impacts on the most vulnerable groups including women (harvesters andvendors), fish workers and ethnic minorities. Many individuals who are notregistered, operate in the informal labour market with no labour market policies,including no social protection and no access to relief package/aid. Theseconditions might exacerbate Read more about UFPEA COVID NEWSLETTER[…]

FAO SOFIA -2020

Scientific developments of the last 50 yearshave led to a much improved understanding ofthe functioning of aquatic ecosystems, and toglobal awareness of the need to manage themin a sustainable manner. Twenty-five yearsafter the adoption of the Code of Conduct forResponsible Fisheries (the Code; FAO, 1995), theimportance of utilizing fisheries and aquacultureresources responsibly is now widely Read more about FAO SOFIA -2020[…]

JINJA FISH FESTIVAL

Perfect Events, with funding from GIZ –RFBC together with other partners i.e. Directorate of Fisheries Resources, NAFIRRI, FFOU, UFPEA, UFFCA, and WCU have organized the second edition of the fish festival which will take place on the 1st December 2019 at forever resort next to Source of the Nile bridge. The festival provides business communities Read more about JINJA FISH FESTIVAL[…]

UFPEA E-NEWSLETTER

It is with great pleasure that I introduce to our esteemed readers Uganda Fish Processors & Exporters Association (UFPEA)’s first E-newsletter. Previously we had several printed newsletters that attracted a good readership among the fisheries fraternity and beyond. Uganda Fish Processors & Exporters Association (UFPEA)

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