VULNERABILITY TO VIABILITY GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP
Supporting small-scale fishers in their transition from vulnerability to viability
V2V is a transdisciplinary global partnership and knowledge network with members from Africa, Asia, Canada and internationally. Our aim is to Support small-scale fishers in their transition from vulnerability to viability.
WHO WE ARE
The V2V partnership brings people and organizations together across physical, cultural, and disciplinary boundaries through a shared interest in addressing global change impacts on small-scale fisheries. We are conducting transdisciplinary, community-engaged research in six countries in Asia - Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand - and six countries in Africa - Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania.
WHERE WE ARE
The V2V Global Partnership aims to identify the diverse factors and conditions contributing to the ‘vulnerability’ of SSF and engage collaboratively with small-scale fishing communities and other key NGOs, government and university partners to enhance SSF viability.
WHAT WE DO
V2V Photo of the Week: August 30, 2023
This photo was captured at the Krushna Chandra Jena Chilika-V2V Annual Field School that was held from August 12th to 19th, 2023. In a vibrant display of unity and shared purpose, a group photograph encapsulates the essence of ...
V2V August 2023 Thematic Webinar
Reimagining Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries Through the Lens of Water Quality
Date: August 30, 2023 (Wednesdayy)
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM UTC (8:00 AM to 9:15 AM EDT - 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM CEST)
Speaker: Navya Vikraman Nair | PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo, Canada
V2V Commons Sixteen Edition (July 2023)
V2V Working Paper No. 2022-12
Reflections from Chilika - V2V Field School: Prospects for a More Inclusive Eco-tourism Sector
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V2V Global Partnership is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada under its Partnership Grants Program