We are very pleased to share with you our Annual Report for 2015, updating you on our progress and achievements from the last financial year (April 2015 - March 2016).
Since 2014 IPNLF has grown in staff capacity (more than doubled!), and our membership network today stands at 35. This growth is reflected in our in-country engagement projects and expansion into new geographies such as Eastern Africa. In addition to our work supporting and developing one-by-one fisheries, we have taken a more prominent role in fisheries policy, advocating for improved management measures on behalf of one-by-one fisheries at the Regional Fisheries Management Organisation (RFMO) level - and in championing the social benefits of one-by-one fisheries with new research programmes and social standards.
Get a more detailed picture of our exciting projects in our Annual Report here!
All of the work detailed within these pages was been possible through the support of our dedicated Member organisations, external funders, NGO partners, supply chain stakeholders, governments, our Board of Trustees and members of our Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee – so a huge and heartfelt thank you to everyone for your hard work and dedication to thriving future for one-by-one fisheries, and the seas and communities connected to them.