Mozambique’s small-scale fishermen battle illegal fishing practices, invasive species

by IRIN News

Small-scale fishermen are battling a range of issues to make ends meet. Photo: Guy Oliver/IRIN

Invasive species, illegal fishing practices and Mozambique’s difficulty in translating its rapid economic growth into jobs are squeezing the country’s small-scale fishing sector – a vital contributor to food security.

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