o astland Fishing Society (C o lfis) in Somalia
Non-Benefit and Non- Governmental Organization(LNGO)
Development throughout the long coast of Somalia which the near
future will be Extended Africa coasts.
it was founded in Mogadishu Somalia
On 16 th September in year 2004
1) Mr. Hassan Mataan Ali: 2) Mohamed Osman Sufi:
it was implement throughout Somalia Coast-lands and wherever necessary
in the future.
Address at head
quarter: Head office Mogadishu Somalia Tell: 2525-930209
9) The Chairman and Address:
Mr. Hassan Mataan Ali: Tell: 2525930209 Mb E-mail: email@example.com
Contac person's Address:
Mr. Muumin Hussein Mohamed:
Tell: 614-8532864, Columbus USA, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
of Board of Directors:
Mr. Hassan Mataan
Ali: Chairman: Tell: 2525-930209 E-mail: email@example.com
Aadan A/laahi Hassan:
Vice chairman: 2521- 500063 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohamed Osman Sufi:
Coordinator and Contac person's Address: E mail:
Lul Mohamud Afrah:
Secretary Tell: 2525-932159 E-mail: email@example.com
Ali Bashir Qasim:
Security: Tell: 2521- 578705Mb/ E-mail:
Mohamed Abdi Mohamed:
Consultant Tell: 2525-930064 E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eng. Da'ud Hajji Osman:
Technical Tell: 2521-576369 E mail: email@example.com
of Task Forces:
1) A/kadir Siidow Handulle:
program officer E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2) A/rashiid warsame haayow:
Information Tell: 2521-228776
3) Haliimo Mohamed gaabow:
secretary E-mail: email@example.com
4) Suldaano Abdulle Jim
ale: Storing Tell: 2525-942245
5) Asho malaaq Mahdi:
6) Saadaq yuusuf Jim'ale:
7) Hassan Mohamed Ali:
Fish nutrition E-mail: Colfistore@yahoo.com
8) Maadey Hassan Ja'ma:
9) Olad dhoore faarah:
10) Qaalid Hassan keyre:
Production Tell: 2521-218304
a) To encourage the fishermen to take their role
of increasing fishing operation throughout Somali coasts where special
emphasis will be given the poor fishermen living in the coast-lands
b) The mandate given by (Colfis) in Somalia is
committed to working with its members, and to forgoing closer and
more effective partnerships with national and international organizations,
the private sectors and civil society to achieve long and short
term sustainable result in the fisheries sectors.
of current and future fisheries professionals in Somalia and wherever
and political awareness of the light of our ocean aquatic resources.
C)Promote on the
ground projects that demonstrate how to accomplish management successes.
A) To improve the
conservation and sustainable of fishery resources and aquatic ecosystems
by advancing fisheries and aquatic science and promoting the development
of fisheries professionals throughout Somalia coast-lands.
B) To promote a
better understanding of marine and fresh water fishery resources
among fishery users, the general public, and political decision-makers,
and to encourage the enlightened management of fisheries resources
for their optimum use and enjoyment by the public.
A) Commitment and
and team working
C) Leadership and
* By facilitating throughout Somali
coast-lands exchanges of ideas among member organizations and among
the individual members of the organization.
* By creating and maintaining contacts
among member organizations and by encouraging the adoption of common
practices and policies, and by promoting the dissemination and application
of all information.
* By cooperating with national and
international scientific and technical fisheries organizations,
and by encouraging the introduce of uniformity of nomenclature and
standardization in matters such as information storage and retrieval.
* To promote international cooperation
in fisheries science conservation and management, and by organizing
meeting particularly Somali coast-lands fisheries.
* The goal of Coastland Fishing
Society is to inject science into resource conservation decisions
by facilitating the following types of activities.
* Assemble issue-oriented task forces
to coordinate problem-solving activities.
* Develop curricula for primary
and secondary schools.
* Produce and distribute public
*Provide science-based assistance
to conservation programs.
Coastland Fishing Society in Somalia
is organizing into units that represent geographical interests (division
and chapters) as well as units that represent discipline and issue
oriented interests (section and committees) Coastland
Fishing Society consists of four geographical divisions across ras-caseyr
and rascamponi of the 3333km of Somali coast, the division facilitates
information exchange, out reach and aquatic stewardship at regional
levels, and maintains a liaison with regional resource stakeholders.
The officers of each division serve
on the societies Governing-Board and are active leaders in directing
Somali coastland fishing society advisement of goals and activities.
Within the four divisions, there
are 60 local chapters and several students that serve member needs
in local and provincial state area.
Fishing Society also has at least 22 sections organized discipline
and political interests.
The section stimulates information
exchange and activities related to specific interests and provide
expertise to coastland society and other organizations.
Fishing Society has a number of standing and special committees
that serve a variety of interests of Somali coastland society, some
committees address arrangement for conferences, Awards, membership
and membership concerns, in the near future we hope to establish
other committees address scientific topics and professional needs
such as; Names of aquatic living things, resource policy, the precious
minerals beneath Somali coast-lands as well as the endangered fish
species, and pollution.
Plane of Coastland Fishing Society (Colfis) Somalia from 2005-2006
a) To encourage the fisheries
to take their role of increasing fishing operation throughout Somali
coast-lands, by providing seminars, training, workshop etc, and
by introducing modern fishing system in order to improve their fishing
experience toward their skills.
b) To be created small and large scale project
as well as distribution of fishing materials and equipments to the
poorest fisheries living in the coast-lands and surveillance to
determine the feasibility of costs of long term rehabilitation of
c) Protection of Somali long coasts the problem
of pollution- over fishing ,etc and re-establishment of local fish
markets in order to introduce the people the usefulness of eating
fish for health and physical fitness.
d) To be created awareness
the a above mentioned planes by establishment monthly news which
will be introduced the activity of Coastland Fishing Society (Colfis)
and to find a system to collaborate local and international organization
who involve fishing activities of fishing operation.
Policy: the mandate given by (Colfis) is committed
to working with its members, and to forgoing closer and more effective
partnerships with national and international organizations, the
private sectors and civil society to achieve long and short term
sustainable result in the fisheries sectors.
Memorandum Colfis Somalia