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Provide access for small-scale artisanal fishers to marine resources and markets.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Local Fishermen's Cooperatives: Formed by small-scale fishers to collectively market and sell their catch, share resources, and advocate for their interests.

  2. Fishermen's Associations: Bring together small-scale fishers to address common challenges, share information, and collectively work towards sustainable fishing practices.

  3. Community Fisheries Development Councils: Develop community-based fisheries management strategies, supporting small-scale fishers in navigating regulations and ensuring sustainable practices.

  4. Marine Conservation Societies: Focus on both conservation and supporting small-scale fishers, promoting responsible fishing methods, and helping them adapt to changing environmental conditions.

  5. Fishermen's Welfare Foundations: Provide support services to small-scale fishers, including health services, educational programs, and financial assistance during lean seasons.

  6. Local Seafood Marketing Initiatives: Promote and market locally caught seafood from small-scale fishers, helping them access broader markets and ensuring fair prices.

  7. Fishermen's Training Centers: Provide training and skill development opportunities for small-scale fishers, empowering them with the knowledge to enhance their livelihoods.

  8. Coastal Resilience Networks: Build resilience in coastal communities, including small-scale fishers, by addressing issues such as climate change, natural disasters, and economic fluctuations.

  9. Small-Scale Fisheries Research Institutes: Conduct research on small-scale fisheries, providing valuable data and insights to inform policies and practices that support the sustainability of small-scale fishing communities.

  10. Fishermen's Rights Advocacy Groups: Protect the rights of small-scale fishers, lobbying for fair regulations, and working to ensure that their voices are heard in policy-making processes.

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