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: March 29, 2023
This photo was taken at the shore of Dionwar in Senegal. It shows a biological shellfish sampling technique practiced before the harvest by women, the main actors in seafood harvesting. It assesses the quantity and weight of mollusks found on ...
V2V March 2023 Thematic Webinar
The Legal Instruments for the Development of Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries Governance in Nigeria
Date: Mar 31, 2023 (Friday)
Time: 12:00 PM UTC to 1:15 PM UTC (8:00 AM EDT to 9:15 AM EDT - 1:00 PM WAT to 2:15 PM WAT)
Speaker: Foluke Omotayo Areola | The President-Elect of the African Chapter in the World Aquaculture Society, Nigeria
V2V Commons Fourteen Edition (Mar 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