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NaFAA Capacitates ‘Fish Mongers’

-Conducts Training In Fish Handling And Processing Techniques

The Director General of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) has led a day long training of fish mongers into fish handling and processing techniques.

Director General Emma Metieh-Glassco and team were seen drilling the fish mongers through different methods of handling and processing of fish products to satisfy consumers’ demand.

The training, which took place on Saturday, March 2nd in the Township of West point, brought together several fish mongers from the various beaches across the Township.

The participants, mostly women, were trained into best practices of handling fish products to serve the best purpose of end users.

The day long training is part of NaFAA’s drive to build the capacities of fish sellers as well as local fishermen across Liberia.

The initiative comes in the wake of preparations for the celebration of International Women’s day, an event set aside to recognize the role of women in societal transformation.

The NaFAA Boss further assured the public that such capacity building initiative will be replicated in the various fishing communities across the country.

For their part, the training participants lauded Director General Glassco and team for the training, stressing that it will help greatly in managing their products thereby improving their sales on the local markets.

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