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WELCOME STATEMENT FROM THE HON. MINISTER OF FISHERIES AND MARINE RESOURCES
It is an honor and privilege for me as the Hon. Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources to welcome you, on behalf of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR), to view our website “As the role of our dynamic webpage is to adequately inform the wider world of the potential of Sierra Leone’s Fisheries Sector and its activities in a bid to optimize service in the Sustainable management of sector ’’.
I wish to extend my deepest appreciation to our donor partners especially the World Bank, EU, FAO for supporting the efforts of MFMR to rationally manage the Sierra Leone’s Fisheries Resource to stimulate economic gains and enhance food security for the benefit of the Sierra Leonean Population.
The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources is quite conscious of the fact that in achieving sustainable management goals of the sector, it is key that accurate and timely information are disseminated through the web portal for public consumption.
This technology, therefore serves as an integral aspect of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) in its strides to promote responsible and sustainable fisheries practices through good governance while contributing to poverty reduction and wealth creation in Sierra Leone.
Once again thanks for your interest in Sierra Leone’s fisheries sector and the MFMR policy drive to attract direct foreign and local investment.
Feel free to browse through dynamic web platform, we await queries and comments for site visitors
Thank You for your attention
Hon. Emma Kowa Jalloh Minister of Fisheries
The ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources has its mission to plan, develop, rationally mange and conserve all living aquatic resources of the country for the benefit of the country. .
The Fisheries Sector Policy is to promote responsible and sustainable fishing practices through good governance while contributing to poverty reduction and wealth creation in Sierra Leone..
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