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Number of active canoes in inland fisheries
# Countries Values (UN) trend
1 BENIN--
2 BURKINA FASO--
3 CABO VERDE--
4 COTE D'IVOIRE--
5 GAMBIA--
5 GHANA--
6 GUINEE427
6 GUINEE BISSAU332
7 LIBERIA--
8 MALI--
9 MAURTANIE--
10 NIGER--
11 NIGERIA--
12 SENEGAL--
13 SIERRA LEONE--
14 TCHAD--
15 TOGO--
Number of active canoes in inland fisheries

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Fishing continues to play a major role in the diet of populations, with an average contribution of nearly 70% to protein intakes of animal origin (FAO, 2007). The Senegalese maritime zone is characterized by a high biological diversity. Exploited resources include four groups whose bio-ecological characteristics and socio-economic importance are different. These are offshore, coastal, coastal and deep pelagic resources.

The Senegalese maritime zone is characterized by a high biological diversity. Exploited resources include four groups whose bio-ecological characteristics and socio-economic importance are different. These are offshore, coastal and deep-sea demersal pelagic resources.