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Safeguarding small-scale and artisanal fishers worldwide.


engage in one of the most hazardous occupations on the planet, confronting countless daily risks in their relentless pursuit of a livelihood.

MORE THAN 100,000 fishers die annually

a shocking new research finding sheds light on the alarming rate of fatalities within the fishing industry.

FISH Safety Foundation is on a mission to create a safer working environment for fishermen worldwide. By collaborating closely with local communities and with education, training, and advocacy initiatives, we strive to improve safety standards and practices, safeguarding the lives and well-being of fishermen globally..

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