New research shows official reports of fish catch in the waters around the Somali region significantly underestimate true catch.
The Esri Ocean GIS Forum showcased a broad array of ocean research, all of which used Geographic Information Systems (GIS), or computer mapping, for spatial analyses and public distribution.
Competition from foreign fishing boats, underdeveloped infrastructure, and destructive fishing practices threaten the sustainability of Somali fisheries.
Hundreds of Somali fishers, entrepreneurs, investors, and policy makers gathered in Puntland recently to promote sustainable development of the Somali fishery sector.
One Earth Future, through its programs Secure Fisheries, Oceans Beyond Piracy,... Read more
Along with Shuraako, and the Puntland Ministry of Fisheries, Secure Fisheries is hosting... Read more
Kaija Hurlburt, Director of Secure Fisheries, spoke to a workshop at the Stimson Center about the intersection of IUU fishing and national security concerns as they operate in Somali waters.
Secure Fisheries attended the 3rd International FishCRIME Symposium in Vienna, Austria on 25-26 September. The Symposium was organized by the... Read more
On September 24, Secure Fisheries held its first Advisory Board meeting in Vienna, Austria, preceding the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)... Read more