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Ministry organizes training for 22 staff members

The Ministry of Marine Resources has organized training for 22 staff members. The training course involved practical and theoretical aspects of fishing techniques, basics of motorboat maintenance, navigation and fish preservation, among others. Massawa, 14 March 2013 – The Ministry of Marine Resources has organized training for 22 staff members. The training course involved practical and theoretical aspects of fishing techniques, basics of motorboat maintenance, navigation and fish preservation, among others.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Mr. Tewolde Woldemichael, director general of fish resource, pointed out that the training is part of the Ministry’s endeavors to raise fish supply, and expressed conviction that it would also make remarkable impact in improving the livelihood of fishermen. He further called on the beneficiaries of the training to translate the knowledge they have acquired into practice.

Likewise, Mr. Michael Tekie, resource person, explained that the training aims at ensuring goodwill with fishermen and thereby play leading role in problem-solving in line with integrated efforts on the part of stakeholders.

Moreover, he called on government bodies to enhance their role to this end.

Among the trainees, Mekonen Girmai and Hiyab kibrom said that the training is vital in their career, and that they would do their level best in their respective occupations. Ibrahim Saleh and Fatina Mohammed Omar on their part asserted that such knowhow is a viral prerequisite for the effective harnessing of marine resources along coastal areas. 

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