Let us Proudly Commemorate International Year of Small Scale Fisheries & Aquiculture - 2022

Conversation with rebuilding communities:

The dropped down usual life of the people due to the Corona pandemic is being gradually rebuilt of the country. Jaffna people also were inactivated confining into the houses because of the curfew situation but they are gradually becoming to their normal social life following the guidance of the health expertise of the government. The representatives of the Jaffna District Fisheries Solidarity visited the people in the internal displaced camp in Needavan in order to explore the existing situation and see the possibilities to assist them on 11 of May, 2020.  The people in the camp have been facing various difficulties within the pandemic period. The camp people are the most vulnerable group in the area even before the pandemic. The representatives of the Jaffna District Fisheries Solidarity mainly concerned the way of enhancing the economic background of the rebuilding people after the high risk situation of the pandemic in the meeting. It has identified and discussed about the home garden and packing   the harvest of home garden with the value adaptation. Those are the areas that they have concerned to improve further.
Mr. Imbanayagam and his staff have visited the people in the Yogapuram camp to discuss with them about the situation of restarting the normal life on 12 of May, 2020.  It has concerned the land issues of the women and the abilities of expanding the home garden among the people in the camp.
Mr. K. Issadeen, District Coordinator of the Ampara District Fisheries Solidarity and Mr. K. Kokulan, the Animator of the same organization visited their members in Deegavapi, Kawadapitti, Ashrop Nagar and Oluvil on 12 of May, 2020. The purpose of the visit was to meet and discuss with the members in order assess the existing situation and explore the abilities to support them to start their normal social life.