A resilient and sustainable fisheries and agriculture sector that enhances food and nutrition security, contributes to economic growth and respects the natural environment.
To ensure the increasing availability of enough locally produced food in order to meet the county’s food security and nutrition needs and reduce risks and vulnerability in the event of local and/or external factors which may limit or hinder access to global food markets. Based on the National Food and Nutrition Security Policy the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries will simulate and guide investments in building and sustaining desired level of local food production as part of the strategic food supply/availability system.
The Seychelles Food and Nutrition Security Policy (NFNSP) is specially developed to align and strengthen the county’s capacity and ability to deliver on its food and nutrition security objectives and targets in a manner that ensures efficiency and sustainability in resource use, able institutions and human capacity and resilience in the face of internal and external shocks as well as progressive change in key parameters such as population size.
The Seychelles National Agricultural Investment Plan (SNAIP) is a framework that seeks to harmonize, consolidate and accelerate the implementation of the country’s agriculture and food security and nutrition related policies and strategies in the period 2015 to 2020. SNAIP sets the country’s agriculture and food security and nutrition development for the next five years within the context of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF).
The Fisheries Comprehensive Plan 2019 is a document developed to guide the future actions and spearhead the development for the fisheries sector for the next three years. It presents a vision for the future with goals and objectives for all fisheries related activities.
The development of this policy is a result of stakeholder consultations, literature review and internal departmental consultations.The policy is also based on a thorough assessment of the achievements of the previous Fisheries Policy adopted in 2005 and of the lessons that were learnt.
The Ministry of Fisheries and Agriculture (MFA) and the Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) have announced the opening of the 2019/2020 lobster-fishing season as of 10th December 2019 to 10th March 2020.So far, all 10 licenses for Mahe have been allocated and fishermen have started their fishing operations. Fishermen from Praslin and La Digue are yet to come forward. Attached is the list of the 10 licenses for Mahe that have been allocated for the 2019/2020 lobster fishing season.
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