SARNISSA Sustainable Aquaculture Research Networks in sub Saharan Africa is an online African Aquaculture Research Network with by December 2020 over 3500 Registered members and 5900 Followers on its daily updated Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/sarnissaafrica/ across a wide range of African and international countries across the value chain, different commercial, research, academic, government, NGO and donor and investors.
It was originally set up in 2008 as a European Commission 3 year project to share information and contacts and act as a platform to bring together and promote dialogue between individuals across borders, languages and sectors.
It works with and supports African aquaculture producers and associated value chain actors across all scales to interact with each other and other key stakeholders (English and French speaking) , whilst also acting as a window for focussing applied targeted research from African and other researchers and academia towards the needs of the now growing aquaculture sector across the continent .
To Register and benefit its free….. Please send your contact details to Will Leschen firstname.lastname@example.org – noting that your details will be kept confidential and only released if you express to do so. Once registered you will also be enrolled on the English and/ or French language SARNISSA email discussion fora in which members regularly send in requests, share information, publications, videos, employment and research opportunities, donor and investment opportunities etc. SARNISSA also has a Portuguese language email forum – please let us know if you wish to join it.
So please if you haven’t already please Register and start to enjoy the benefits of being part of Africa’s biggest and most active aquaculture network