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Our partners

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller

The myriad causes that lead to poverty, hunger and food insecurity are so complex than no organization working independently can hope to have more than a limited impact.
 
Partnerships are at the core of our operating strategy. They are the primary vehicle for achieving our goals. Working together with our partners allows us to combine our complementary skills and resources. The synergies achieved mean that the outcome is greater than could be achieved by working alone. We nurture and sustain our existing partnerships and seek to develop new ones that will increase our impact on poverty and hunger.
 
We engage with our partners at different levels:
  • At the local and national scale in designing and delivering our programs
  • At the regional scale for the rapid dissemination of information so as to inform and influence the policies and practices of regional bodies and for addressing regional and transboundary issues
  • At the global scale to leverage the achievements of national and regional partnerships and help change development thinking and policy.
We are committed to the partnership principles of EQUALITY, TRANSPARENCY, RESULTS ORIENTATION AND RESPONSIBILITY

List of our partners

Trade off Analysis (TOA)

Trans Intra Asia (TIA), Indonesia

Ubon Ratchathani University

Uganda Department of Fisheries

Universitaet Osnabruck

University of Batangas (UB)

University of Bergen (Norway)

University of California (Santa Barbara)

University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

University of East Anglia, UK

University of Manitoba, Canada

University of Philippines - Mindanao

University of Philippines Los Banos, College of Economics and Management (UPLB-CEM)

University of Philippines – Marine Science Institute

University of Queensland, Australia

University of Rhode Island - Coastal Resources Center (CRC) - lead implementing organization

University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP)

University of Stirling (overall project leader) (UK)

University of the Philippines in the Visayas (UPV)

University of Zambia

University of Zimbabwe Fisheries Administration

UP Visayas

Vancouver Island University of Canada

Visayas State University

Wageningen University (Netherlands)

Water Research Institute

Water Research Institute (WRI), Ghana

Wilfred Laurier University of Canada

World Agroforestry Centre

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