Ghanaian fisheries under threat from ‘saiko’

Frozen blocks of saiko fish Photo: EJF

Ghana’s fisheries are under threat of imminent collapse as a result of ‘saiko’, a form of illegal fishing where foreign trawlers target the staple catch of canoe fishers and sell this stolen fish back to local communities at a profit.

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