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The Ministry of Fisheries & Marine Resource Development (MFMRD) is responsible for sustainable development of the fisheries and marine and resources of Kiribati, including but not limited to development domestic and joint ventures of tuna industries harvesting, processing and fish marketing and coordinate development of coastal marine resources. It is also mandated to negotiate bilateral fishing access in respect of local and foreign fishing vessels, monitoring, control and surveillance, management and harnessing of non-living deep sea mineral resources, It provides avenues for scientific research on existing natural or man-made resources or products and participate in international and regional fisheries conventions.

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Kateimatoaan irikon te ika bwa te reita ni maiu

E a tia ni waaki ao n roko n tokina te reirei iaon aanga riki tabeua ni kawakinan ao kateimatoaan irikon te te ika ake ana kona ni kabonganaki bwa te reita ni maiu ibukin te botanaomata ao e na bon reke naba bwa te anga teuana ni kareke tianti man kabonakoaia. Aio

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Signing of Second Phase for Tobwaan Waara Program in Kiribati

Kiribati’s marine resources sector received a major boost on Monday 29 June when Government signed a $4 million Grant Funding Agreement with the Government of New Zealand. The New Zealand Aid Programme funding will support a second phase of Tobwan Waara – the Joint Kiribati Sustainable Fisheries Development and Management Programme.  Tobwan Waara

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