To provide affordable animal protein (quality fish and fishery products) for the population and contribute significantly to the GDP.

The ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources has its mission to plan, develop, rationally mange and conserve all living aquatic resources of the country for the benefit of the country.

The Fisheries Sector Policy is to promote responsible and sustainable fishing practices through good governance while contributing to poverty reduction and wealth creation in Sierra Leone.

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It's indeed a pleasure to whet your viewing and reading appetite with this maiden Web site technology, designed to bring to the fore, factual and up-to- date information about the activities of my ministry.

The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources is quite conscious of the fact that the archiving and dissemination of social marketing information of the activities of the ministry is very crucial and instrumental in the promotion of the Agenda for prosperity and sustainable fisheries management in Sierra Leone.

This technology, therefore serves as an integral aspect of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) in its strides to promote responsible and sustainable fisheries practices through good governance while contributing to poverty reduction and wealth creation in Sierra Leone.

This technology, therefore serves as an integral aspect of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR) in its strides to promote responsible and sustainable fisheries practices through good governance while contributing to poverty reduction and wealth creation in Sierra Leone.
We hope this online innovation will prove useful to all stakeholders engaged in fisheries and fish related activities and interested members of the public in and out of Sierra Leone.
May I seize this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to His Excellency, the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma and the Government of Sierra Leone for providing the financial support and the enabling environment for the ministry and partners to operate.
Similarly, multi donor partners including the World Bank, EU, ADB, NEPAD and other financial institutions deserve my sincere gratitude and recognition for their continued support to the ministry.
Let me finally commend the management and entire staff of the ministry of fisheries and Marine Resources for their self less and dedicated service to the nation.