Manjúa, an Unknown Fishery in Guatemala

The regulation of the manjúa fishery is key to guarantee the health and well-being of the communities that depend on it, as well as to maintain the ecological equilibrium in the waters of the Caribbean of the Central American country.

This video was produced with support from Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK). It was originally broadcast on 10 December 2021 by Viatori

Banner image: At the end of the fishing day, each sardinero unloads the product, already salted, and spreads it on a piece of black plastic to dry it in the sun, and then put it on sale / Credit: Jorge Rodríguez.

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