Network for Fish Quality Management & Sustainable Fishing
(A society under MPEDA, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India)
Encourage people's participation in fisheries management   |   Keep fishing harbours tidy   |   Ban destructive fishing practices   |   Use selective fishing gears   |   Avoid overfishing   |   Enhance fish stock using artificial reefs and Fish Aggregating Devices   |   Minimize post harvest losses   |   Ensure safety and health of fishers   |   Protect fish habitats   |   Protect our marine ecosystems   |   Avoid pollution of fish habitat   |   Maintain the quality of fish by proper icing
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Welcome to NETFISH

Network for Fish Quality Management and Sustainable Fishing (NETFISH) is a registered society formed under the aegis of Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) with a view to imparting knowledge to fishermen/ fisherwomen/ processing workers, technicians, etc. in fish quality management, conservation of fish resources as well as sustainable fishing. read more


Workshop on “Effective Implementation of MLS in Fisheries”

updated on:2016-08-23

NETFISH-MPEDA is organizing one day brain storming workshop on “Effective Implementation of Minimum Legal Size (MLS) in Fisheries, Kerala” on Friday, 26.08.2016 at...

Swachhta Pakhwada Campaign

updated on:2016-04-27

NETFISH is organizing Cleanup programmes at Veraval, Vizag and Honnavar harbours, in connection with Central Govt.’s Swachhta Pakhwada Campaign from 16th April 2016 to 30th...

One Week at a Harbour Programme

updated on:2016-04-27

NETFISH has introduced a new approach entitled as “One Week at a Harbour” to reach more fisherfolks through its outreach programmes. The methodology was to carry out a variety of extension...

NETFISH Extension Activities in 2015-16

updated on:2016-04-27

In the financial year 2015-16, NETFISH conducted 2348 extension programmes, which were comprised of 1910 regular awareness classes and 438 special programmes such as Street play (282 nos.), Medical ca...

Trainers’ training workshop on ‘Moving Towards Sustainable Fishing’

updated on:2015-10-28

Effort to ensure the sustainability in fisheries is gaining importance throughout the world. For initiating appropriate capacity building at the grass-root level, NETFISH jointly with CMFRI conducted ...

Popularization of Square Mesh Cod Ends in Fishing Nets

updated on:2015-10-28

One of the most disastrous adversities affecting the marine fisheries sector is the high by-catch of juvenile fishes. The frequent removal of juvenile fishes in by-catch at the present rate would have...

NETFISH formed SEACLUBs involving youth

updated on:2014-12-16

To attract youth towards fisheries extension activity, NETFISH has decided to set up “Sea Club” at Colleges and Universities/Institutes related to fishery and schools n...