Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security (SSNS) is a curriculum development project co-funded by EU Erasmus+Programme to address the issue of sustainability of seafood production, supply and consumption through need-based higher education, and vocational training. The project is for 36 months starting from October 2017. It aims to build capacity of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) and strengthen linkages among institutions and individuals.
Project activities include inception workshop, identification of needs and gap analysis in existing aquaculture / fisheries curricula and development of new curricula for SSNS program. It also includes accreditation of curricula. Project outcomes and achievements will be disseminated organizing a symposium and made available online.
Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security (SSNS)
Ram C. Bhujel
Feb 12, 2019
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Day1 at Stirling University. Introduction of the universities, interaction with students, and staff including Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Deputy Director of the Institute of Aquaculture, followed by lab visits and reception..