Secure Fisheries' Projects

Secure Fisheries’ projects connect fisheries stakeholders to our original research products through trainings, interactive data tools, research networks, and community engagement.

  • Fisherman and Sustainable Fish

    Project Kalluun : Collecting Somali Catch Data

    Project Kalluun is an effort to organize fisheries catch information at Somali fish landing sites through training, community engagement, and primary data collection.

  • Illegal Fishing Boat Blowing Up

    Fisheries Conflict Research Consortium

    The FCRC is an informal working group of academics, NGOs, and policy analysts who explore the causes and consequences of fisheries conflict around the world.

  • Stable Seas

    International cooperation and robust regional security agreements in Africa provide avenues for improving maritime security.

  • Project Badweyn: Mapping Somali Coastal Resources

    Project Badweyn is an interactive, web-based mapping tool for understanding connections between Somali coastal activities and marine resources.

  • Women Participation in Fisheries

    Women and Fisheries

    Understanding the contribution of women to fisheries and their unique role in providing food security is vital for equitable fisheries development, economic and nutritional stability, and informed fisheries management.

  • Socio Ecological Fisheries Research

    Socio-Ecological Research

    We aim to understand how food and economic security provided by the lake’s fisheries will change in response to a growing human population and cage aquaculture.

  • Cage Aquaculture

    Cage Aquaculture and Food Security

    Secure Fisheries has partnerships around East Africa exploring the impact of the rapidly growing aquaculture industry on wild fisheries, local markets, and food security in fishing villages.