Economic viability of Small-Scale Fisheries in Africa Workshop

Too  Big  to  Ignore  (TBTI)  is  pleased  to  announce  a  workshop  on  ‘ Economic  viability  of  Small-P1010243Scale Fisheries in Africa’, to be held on April 23-25, 2014 in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. The workshop will be co-hosted by University of Dar es Salam and Benguela Current Commission.

The purpose of the workshop is to discuss and fine-tune the economic viability framework that TBTI WG2 has developed. It is an opportunity for researchers and practitioners familiar with small-scale fisheries in various parts of Africa to provide input to the framework and help test and improve it by conducting case studies. Participants will be invited to contribute case study chapters to a TBTI edited book volume.

For more information, please download the following document:  Workshop announcement and call for contribution.

You can learn more about the results of the workshop from the workshop summary posted on the FERU Talking-Fish Blog The summary was created by Anna Schuhbauer, Tracey Dennis and Joseph Luomba.

For a more detailed summary about the workshop, please download the workshop report:  EconomicViability_SSF_WorkshopReport.