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seafaring

1. working as a sailor
2. the act of travelling by sea
3. the career or work of a sailor
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The project dubbed as From Seafarers to Entrepreneurs: The 2017 NRCO-ISP Business Plan Competition (Harnessing Seafarers Capacities for Business Enterprises Development), was launched in 2017 that aims to encourage seafarers especially those who are planning to retire to become entrepreneurs.
Union Minister of State for Shipping Mansukh Mandaviya launched the project on Wednesday and handed over the new BSID cards to five Indian seafarers.
'We want to make things easier for seafarers, who have been the lifeblood of our business for so long.
He filed House Bill 2317, which seeks the creation of the Department of Overseas Filipinos, and House Bill 2318, or the Magna Carta for Seafarers Act of 2019.
The seafarers have not received a single cent and want out of the vessel.
Official sources in Maritime Ministry said here on Monday that taking notice of the sailor's issues, the maritime minister Ali Zaidi were issued directions on April 24, to NADRA, Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and Shipping Master to coordinate and resolve the problems of seafarers at earliest.
Their jobs ndash and remittances ndash could be jeopardized if the Philippines, one of the world's largest sources of seafarers, fails to comply with training and certification standards set by the European Union.
The service acted as a poignant reminder of the immense sacrifice made by seafarers working around the world.
The platform, launched earlier this year, is an online version of the Society's Wellness at Sea coaching programme, which seeks to enable seafarers to improve their on board health and well-being by exploring five different aspects of wellness and the impact that they can have on the safe running of a ship.
figure By EUNICE MURATHE The government has pledged to review the pay of 2,400 seafarers as it cautioned their union members against disagreements.Maritime principal secretary Nancy Karigithu said a strong union was paramount for the seafarers success.
THE Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside has assured of the Agency's commitment to ensuring that all beneficiaries of the Nigerian Seafarers Development Programme (NSDP) conclude their programme by getting the mandatory sea-time training.
Pakistani seafarers working on foreign vessels have been a source of substantial foreign exchange in the past.