FAO - ICSF's Project on Support the social, economic and environmental transformation of the small-scale fisheries sector towards its better contribution to food security and poverty eradication as a result of improved policies, strategies and initiatives


Technical Services for community Development – (TESCOD)
Peter Linford Adjei
Technical Services for community Development,
P. O. Box CT 6440
Cantonments Accra,
Email: pieroquz@gmail.com
Phone Number: +233 (0)261464481


Improved awareness about the SSF Guidelines at the community, national and institutional level and better understanding of the challenges facing the implementation of the SSF Guidelines.


  • Translate the SSF Guidelines summary (prepared by John Kurien for ICSF) into Nzema, Fanti, Ga-Dangme and Ewe and put them on a webpage
  • Organize three one-day workshops (30 fishworkers and local-level fishworker organizations in each workshop) to raise awareness about the SSF Guidelines and to apply them at the community level
  • Organize a two-day national workshop on implementing the SSF Guidelines with representatives of women in small-scale fisheries, local/national fishworker organizations; Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, academia, media and other relevant stakeholders
  • Build networks and alliances with fishworker organizations and CSOs to establish a national SSF Guidelines platform
  • Video document interventions in Child Labour and Trafficking (CLaT) and how the SSF Guidelines can assist in eliminating child labour and traffic in children

Group Photo

Mfantse - Nzema (Takoradi) Local Workshop

Ghana Mfantse   Nzema

Accra Local Workshop

Ghana Accra Local

Ewe (Keta) Local Workshop

Ghana Ewe

Project Materials and Report

  • Workshop Photos
  • Ghana: Narrative Report