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Fisheries policy session

17 February 2020
Fisheries policy session

Fisheries policy and management is the main theme in the FTP morning presentation session Tuesday February 18th at the MFRI auditorium Skúlagata 4 Reykjavík.

Graduating fellows will introduce the final projects which they have been working on over the last three months under the supervision of specialists from our Icelandic partner institutes.

The presentations are open to all – it's a great opportunity to learn about some of the challenges fisheries and aquaculture are facing in different countries throughout the world.

Details are as follows:


Fellow /supervisor (s)



Grace Andrew Kakama (Tanzania)

   / Jón Geir Pétursson

Assessing performance of decentralized fisheries management in artisanal marine waters of Tanzania: A case study of Tanga, Coast, Dar es Salaam and Lindi regions


Alhaji Lamin Daboh (Sierra Leone)

   /Daði Már Kristófersson and Alvin Slewion Jueseah

Assessing the effectiveness of co-management in the artisanal fisheries of Sierra Leone


Doris Wrehyonoh Yahn (Liberia)

   /Sveinn Agnarsson

Strengthening monitoring control of the artisanal fleet using Pelagic Data System in Liberia: a case of Montserrado, Grand Bassa and Grand Cape Mount





Olanrewaju Femi Olagunju (Nigeria)

   / Daði Már Kristófersson

Economic assessment of catfish farming in the federal capital territory of Nigeria