New FMA programmes to enhance sustainability of the tuna longline fisheries

(L-R) FMA's Captain Tevita and consultant Dr. Alec Woods discuss training support documents for the bycatch training. Picture: SUPPLIED

A SPECIFIC bycatch component will be introduced to the Fiji Maritime Academy’s (FMA) new Deck Hand Fishing and Offshore Fishing Skipper Programmes. This is made possible with the partnership between FMA and the World Wide Fund for Nature – Pacific (WWF-Pacific). A statement issued today by the WWF-Pacific the new programmes will help enhance sustainability […]

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