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Internally displaced boys from a drought hit area play with handmade toys at a makeshift settlement in Dollow, Somalia on April 5, 2017. (Photo by Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)




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An internally displaced malnourished child receives treatment inside a ward dedicated for diarrhoea patients at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu March 5, 2017. (Photo by Feisal Omar/Reuters)




Somalia: atentados de primera y de segunda

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO (apro).- El 14 de octubre Mogadiscio, la capital de Somalia, sufrió un doble atentado de proporciones monstruosas. El balance oficial sumaba 327 muertos, pero la cifra seguía aumentando debido a la gravedad de los heridos cuyo número se acercó a 400. Las imágenes mostraban una...

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Training session off the coast

Mohamed Said Ismail sits at the helm of an FAO-built boat in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Ismail is a beneficiary of FAO-led fisherman training via the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Learning new fishing techniques

Fisherman Adbulqadir Said Ahmed (left) and Osman Yusuf Gure (center) troll for fish while Mohamed Said Ismail (right) steers an FAO-built boat during an FAO training session in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. The training is part of the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Carrying the catch to the market

Fresh fish are sold at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Training session off the coast

Fisherman Osman Yusuf Gure sits on the port side of an FAO-built boat in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Ismail is a beneficiary of FAO-led fisherman training via the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Learning new fishing techniques

Kasim Ahmed Nur (front) and Mohamed Said Ismail (right) prepare to deploy a Fish-Aggregating Device (FAD) with the assistance of FAO staff in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. FADs, which consist of buoys or floats tethered to the ocean floor with a weight, help to create new high-density fishing grounds that attract fish like marlin, tuna and mahi-mahi.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Carrying the catch to the market

Fresh fish just carried ashore lie on the beach at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Preparing for fishing

A fisherman sorts out a net on his boat along the seafront at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Learning new fishing techniques

Fisherman Osman Yusuf Gure holds a finished lure that he made during an FAO training session in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. The training is part of the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Carrying the catch to the market

Fishermen carry their catch ashore at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Preparing for fishing

A fisherman removes supplies from his boat along the seafront at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Preparing for fishing

A fisherman carries a tarp along the seafront at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Carrying the catch to the market

A fisherman (left) carries his catch ashore at the fish market in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Training session off the coast

Mike Savins, FAO's Head of Fleet Renewal and Fish Consumption in Somalia, looks at the sonar on an FAO-built boat during a training session with local fisherman in the Gulf of Aden on a boat built by FAO, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. The training is part of the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

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Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Training session off the coast

Fisherman Yusuf Ali Yusuf (center, left) stands next to David Itano (center, right), a master fishermen consultant for FAO in the Gulf of Aden, on an FAO-built boat during a training session off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. The training is part of the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Training session off the coast

Mohamed Said Ismail sits at the helm of an FAO-built boat in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Ismail is a beneficiary of FAO-led fisherman training via the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Preparing for fishing

A fisherman stands on his boat in Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. Given Somalia’s 3,300-kilometer coastline and rich marine resources, fisheries hold huge potential as an engine for economic growth, poverty reduction and strengthened food security.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO




Learning new fishing techniques

Fisherman Yusuf Ali Yusuf trolls for fish using a newly learned technique during an FAO training exercise in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Bosaso, Puntland state, Somalia. The training is part of the Coastal Communities Against Piracy (CCAP) Project, which aims at tackling some of the root causes of economic marginalization in Somalia’s coastal communities. Launched in November 2016, this European Union-funded intervention is being led by FAO in partnership with the Federal Government of Somalia, Federal Member States, and coastal fisherfolk co-operatives.

Read more about FAO and Somalia.

Photo credit must be given: ©FAO/Arete/Will Baxter. Editorial use only. Copyright FAO





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