The WorldFish Center, a CGIAR Consortium Research Center, is an international, non-profit research organization dedicated to reducing poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture. Dr David Mills of the WorldFish Center is an adjunct senior scientist with the ARC Centre. We collaborate directly with WorldFish in the Pacific and East Africa, as well as working together on theoretical and conceptual ideas.
The Wildlife Conservation Society, founded in 1895, has the clear mission to save wildlife and wild places across the globe. We share joint research projects with WCS in both the Coral Triangle region and the Western Indian Ocean.
The Foundation of the Peoples of the South Pacific International work with Pacific Communities through People Centered Programmes to foster self-reliance within a changing world. Philippa Cohen collaborates with staff at FSPI on Locally Managed Marine Areas in Solomon Islands.
The University of Dar es salaam is the oldest and biggest public university in Tanzania. It is a major partner to the WorldFish Centre and the ARC Centre in a regional research programme to apply ecosystem-based management for small-scale tropical fisheries. Dr Louisa Evans will work closely with Dr Yunus Mgaya in the Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries and Dr Rose Mwaipopo in the Department of Social Sciences at UDSM.
The province of Palawan in the Philippines is a UNESCO biosphere reserve, where fisheries are extremely important to much of the coastal population. Dr Mike Fabinyi is collaborating with staff at the Center for Strategic Policy and Governance at Palawan State University to conduct applied research on coastal livelihoods and the live reef fish for food trade.
Peking University is a leading Chinese University. Dr Mike Fabinyi is collaborating with staff in the Department of Sociology to conduct research on patterns of seafood consumption in China.