Officers learning how to use fishmeter
The Post-Harvest Unit of the Fisheries Commission provides infrastructure for modernization the fisheries sector and promoting value-addition to fish and fish products
The Fisheries Commission is up to the task of enforcing fisheries-related laws and regulations in Ghana
Developing aquaculture in Ghana is one of our priorities
The West Africa Regional Fisheries Program (WARFP) has been commended by fish farmers for supporting the training of fisheries officers in various aspects of Nile tilapia farming.
President John Mahama has entreated fishers to support government’s efforts in strengthening the management of the fisheries sector by registering their fishing vessels.
As part of measures to deepen understanding on the Ghana's fisheries regulations, the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture has launched a booklet on Fisheries Regulations.
Having received commendations for the introduction of the electronic vessel monitoring systems among other landmark technological innovations in Ghana’s fisheries sector
Community Watchdog Volunteers from Ada and James Town have undergone a two-day training to enhance their capacities in land-based and sea borne patrols.
MOFAD-IRIS Sign Letter of Intent to develop rural communities in Ghana using an aquaculture focused Integrated Community Based Farming model.
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The implementation agency of MoFAD
The West Africa Regional Fisheries Programme
Summaries of regional activity reports and more
Statistical information about fish production
Registration information about fishing vessels
General statistics and reports by MoFAD/FC
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