7 July 2017

Aquaculture and integrated water resource management (IWRM)

Kenya

Project description
In the four-year project “Capacity Building to deliver competent human resources in IWRM and aquaculture of equitable and sustainable livelihoods in Kenya’s ASAL and beyond”, SEKU University is the requesting organization.

This NICHE project aims at delivering graduates who can contribute effectively to solving the water scarcity problems in Kenya and support and promote aquaculture. To achieve this, the project will address the core functions of SEKU, involving enhancing its institutional, organizational, technical and training capacity. Curricula in IWRM and aquaculture have to be developed and/ or reviewed and implemented and aligned with labor market needs. Furthermore entrepreneurial and gender skills have to be integrated in the educational programs at all levels and knowledge sharing has to become structural.

Client
Nuffic/Niche (KEN158)

Partners
Gent University, TU Delft, SAS and Egerton University

Duration
2012 – 2016

Newsletters
Newsletter 4 KEN 158 jul 2017
Newsletter 3 KEN 158 Dec 2016
Newsletter 2 KEN158 Jun 2015
Newsletter 1 KEN158 Jun 2014

Photo at the top 
Fish farm in Kenya.

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