The Excellence Training Center for Sustainable Fisheries Development and Seafood Security (SFSS) was established under the TUNASIA/SSNS project with the support of the European Union's Erasmus+ Programme. The Center is located at Faculty of Fisheries, Nong Lam University.

On-going Project - EURASTIP - The European Asian Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform

The European Asian aquaculture Technology and innovation Platform (EURASTiP) is a three year research, development and innovation project, funded through the EU Horizon 2020 programme, and developed in response to EU call “reinforcing international cooperation on sustainable aquaculture production with countries from South East Asia”. EURASTiP will provide a structured basis for multi-stakeholder dialogue in the aquaculture community, within South East Asia and between South East Asia and the EU...

On-going Project - SSNS- Curriculum Development for Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security

Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security (SSNS) is a curriculum development project co-funded by EU Erasmus+Programme to address the issue of sustainability of seafood production, supply and consumption through need-based higher education, and vocational training >> 

On-going Project - TUNASIA - Tuning environmental competences in Asian fishery education for sustainable development

The TUNASIA-project focuses on the modernization and development of curricula for the qualification of students in a transdisciplinary education system in a network with companies, research institutions and stakeholders of the region. The project strengthens European cooperation in transdisciplinary education and internationalization, which has been rather limited due to the strong scientific traditions in HE-education systems >>

Aquafeed industry and feeding management in South East Asia region (SEA) (25-26/8/2016)

The 8th Regional Aquafeed Forum (RAF) is an important international event of Aquafeed industry and feeding management in South East Asia region (SEA). 

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