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South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies (SIFFS) is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) working in the Marine Fisheries Sector. SIFFS is the apex body of organisations of small-scale artisanal fish workers. It has a three-tier organisational structure. With over 9104 member fishermen, organised through 153 primary societies in eight districts of Southern peninsular India, SIFFS over the last two decades has kept its focus on strengthening the artisanal fisheries. Established essentially as a fish-marketing organisation, SIFFS now provides a range of services to member and non-member fish workers. Today, over 17987 fish workers including non-members are availing these services.
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SIFFS News
Search and rescue-recovery of fishermen,their boats and equipment was always an Issue ..
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FIMAC inaugurated at Alappad on 26 December 2009.The council was formed with the intent ..
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Sector News
NFF has submitted a proposal to Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam remash
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The Fisheries Department of Kerala will start distributing the ten-piece rescue kits for deep-sea Fishermen..
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