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Nampula hosts National Planning Meeting INIP PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 22 June 2012 10:00
The technical planning staffThe city of Nampula, from 6 to 8 June 2012, hosted the National Planning Meeting INIP. The opening ceremony was coordinated by the Delegate of the Nampula-INIP (Mustafa Mohamed), attended by the Provincial Director of Fisheries in Nampula (Daniel Alberto Amade) and directed by the Director of INIP (Ana Paula Baloi).

This meeting was attended by the technical planning staff and respective delegates from 6 Provincial Delegations INIP (Maputo, Tete, Inhambane, Zambezia, Sofala and Nampula) and was also attended by representatives of INIP of Cabo Delgado, Niassa and Gaza provinces.

Among the points discussed, there is the planning activities of the year 2013 related to the accreditation of laboratories of the Fish Inspection and strategy for the maintenance and access to new markets for fishery products from Mozambique to ensure the contribution of the fisheries sector for the country's balance of payments.The technical planning staff and respective delegates
XII Coordinating Council of the Ministry of Fisheries PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 June 2012 16:15
The Presidium at the XII CC of the MFHeld 09-11 May at Metangula district, Niassa province the XII Coordinating Council of the Ministry of Fisheries with the motto "Promoting the District Massification of Sustainable Aquaculture Production".

The agenda was organized into five main themes:

•    Economic and Social Plan
•    Development of Commercial Fisheries and Aquaculture
•    Increased production of fish for food security
•    Improvement of living conditions of fishing communities
•    Policies and Strategies

Economic and Social Plan

This theme was aimed at evaluating of PES 2011 and I Quarter 2012.

Development of Commercial Fisheries and Aquaculture

It was presented the potential of fishery resources in large freshwater bodies including major rivers, it was presented the Action Plan for the massification of fish culture and was assessed the implementation of the Strategy for Aquaculture Development in Mozambique (2008 - 2017), in the period 2010 to 2012.

Increased production of fish for food security

In this theme the 1st presentation was about the various ways that can lead to increased production of fish for food security and increased Meluca´s fishermenavailability of animal protein.
It was presented the development plan for the aquaculture industry and was made the presentation and discussion on the motorization of fishing vessels, impacts and consequences. It was explained how the District Development Fund can contribute positively to the motorization through the example of Meluluca - Lake Niassa.
Then came the initiative to meet the credit line that is being implemented on an experimental basis with the owners of semi-industrial fishing boats in Beira city.
A debate was conducted on the factors related to the taxes on fishing activity, incidence and effects.
The outcome of the actions of Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) and prospects for the future were presented and discussed.

Improvement of living conditions of fishing communities

It was made the presentation of the household survey of fishermen and other stakeholders in the fishing communities living in coastal areas (IAFP).

Policies and Strategies

In this theme INIP presented the proposal of the Strategic Plan of the Fish Inspection (PEIP) for the next eight years.
The company Prestige Consultants presented their experiences regarding the processing of fish products with added value, projects of cooperation in the fisheries sector were presented and finally the goals and indicators for PES 2013.
Besides the plenary sessions it was made a visit to the fishing community of Meluluca.Participants on the XII CC of the  MF
INIP conveys his experience on WSD to the OIE focal points PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 17 June 2012 10:47
Photo Accra presidiumTook place from 20 to 22 March 2012 in Accra, Ghana, a meeting of focal points for aquatic animal diseases in Africa. This meeting was part of training programs for focal points that the OIE (International Organization for Animal Diseases) has been carrying out.

The INIP was invited to convey their experience and lessons learned during the outbreak of White Spot Disease (WSD).

In her presentation, the Director of INIP, Ana Paula Baloi, spoke of how the outbreak emerged in Mozambique and was diWSD presentation by the Director of INIP  Ana Paula Baloiagnosed as the cause of high mortalities of farmed shrimp, actions taken to control it, the possible causes for this outbreak, the weaknesses found at the Mozambican institutions responsible for dealing with the subject and the current situation. The presentation is available on this site through this link: White Spot Disease in Mozambique - OIE Focal Points - Ghana March 2012
Visit of His Excellency Vice-Minister of Fisheries to the Province of Maputo PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 19:14

Moment in which His Excellency gave the check to Mr. Nhantumbo-Aquaculture producerHis Excellency Vice-Minister of Fisheries, Gabriel Muthisse, conducted a working visit to the Province of Maputo, 20-24 October 2011, with the aim of evaluating the performance of the province in the sector which he directs.

The delegation of His Excellency, consisting of the Director of FFP, the Deputy National Directors of ADNAP and IDPPE, Provincial Director of Fisheries, technical delegates and provincial institutions of the fishing sector, visited the districts of Boane, Ka Mavota, Moamba, Manhiça, Marracuene and Matutuíne.

In these locations, in addition to meetings with fishermen were also visited aquaculture projects where His Excellency called for:

- The practice of aquaculture at the household level;
- The construction of small units of conservation of fish;
- Investment in value added of fish for export from artisanal fisheries;
- Take into account the management of fisheries at the time of implementing the proposed vessel monitoring.

Incineration of seized products PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 November 2011 21:35
incineracao101Held on 05 October 2011, the incineration of the product seized on July 25, 2011 under the infringement procedure opened by operating without health license.

At the time were found, inside a residence, fishery products dry bagged and stored in various compartments and in the yard was still drying products, including fresh shark fins, sea cucumbers and guts of eels, which were apparently being illegally processed in the open without observance of minimum standards of hygiene and sanitation.

Upon the facts, the alleged offender was charged, and consequently the product seized for violation of Article 51 paragraphs a, deg, the General Regulation for Hygiene Control on Foodstuffs of Aquatic Origin, and operation without sanitary license.incineracao102

The fishery products seized at the site was as follows:
- 1,870.80 kgs sea cucumbers;
- 219.8 kgs of shark fins;
- 102.75 kg of eel guts;
- 0.70 kg of seahorses, and
- 6.7 kgs of shells.

The product was incinerated under the supervision of inspectors from Maputo delegation of INIP.
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