Promoting environmentally-sound fishing practices in Khan-Younis in the southern coast of the Gaza
It’s promoting environmentally-sound fishing practices in Khan-Younis in the southern coast of the Gaza. The project will contribute to solving crucial fishing problems particularly in the coastal area of Mawassi Khan-Younis. It will provide sufficient supply of environmentally-sound fishing facilities and nets for a group of 436 fishermen in the area. It will also draw the fishermen attention for the harming impact of particular fishing practices such as poisoning, explosions and pulling practices on destroying the fishing habitats and threatening marine biodiversity as well as degrading fishing generation. The project will also address the shortage of accurate information on the fishery sector in Gaza, challenges and regulations on marine life and fishing practices through establishing a website on fishery.
Location: Khan-Younis in the southern Coast of Gaza
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Palestinian Marine Navigators Association/Gaza
Country:
Palestinian authority
Area Of Work:
International Waters
Grant Amount:
US$ 35,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
Project Number:
PAL/06/80
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Capacity - Building Component
The aim of the workshops and training programme is: Draw the fishermen attention to the harmful impact of the ongoing fishing practices such as poisoning methods, use of small explosives and the destructive method of net-pulling. Assist the fishermen to acquire the necessary knowledge and fostering marine education for them. Draw the fishermen attention to the negative impact of marine pollution and the importance of protecting the marine life and ecosystem. Sufficient knowledge about self survival and First Aid practices and use
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Indicators
Livehood
Total monetary value (US dollars) of ecosystem goods sustainably produced and providing benefit to project participants and/or community as a whole (in the biodiversity, international waters, and land degradation focal areas as appropriate) 100