14 September 2018

2018 cohort of fellows coming

UNU-FTP is expecting the arrival of the 2018 cohort of fellows in the next few days. This year’s group is one of the biggest ever to start the Six Month Training Programme; 25 people from 16 countries in Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
Ambassador of Mauritania with UNU-FTP staff
30 August 2018

Visit with the Mauritanian Ambassador

On August 29, 2018, UNU-FTP recieved a visit from the Mauritanian Ambassador, the honourable Abdallahi Bah Nagi Kebd. During the meeting, we discussed our ongoing work in Mauritania in connection with the FarFish project, funded through the EU's Horizon 2020 programme, as well as future potential for collaboration on issues related to capacity building for fisheries management and development in Mauritania.
27 July 2018

Seattle Highlights

Last week campus of Seattle’s University of Washington was bustling with crowds of cheerful fishery economists of various stocks: Academics, fisheries managers, policy makers, seafood industry members and old UNU-FTP fellows ...
20 July 2018

UNU-FTP at IIFET in Seattle

At the IIFET 2018 conference in Seattle eighteen former UNU-FTP fellows are presenting great research projects related to the fisheries of their home countries and at the same time giving the whole conference a real global essence.
Participants and the organizers
24 May 2018

Value Chain workshop in Trinidad

A regional workshop on Value Chain management was held in Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago May 22-24 2018. The concept of value chain in fisheries has been identified as one of key areas for development in the Caribbean fisheries. This workshop is part of a long-standing collaboration between the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism and UNU-FTP.
UNU-FTP 2017-18 fellows
28 February 2018

Congratulations UNU-FTP fellows 20th cohort

On February 26th the twentieth cohort of our fellows graduated in a ceremony at the Marine and Freshwater Research Institute of Iceland. President of Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, attended the cermony.