Fellows in 2006

Names
Country
Line of Sp
Project
Julio Abraham Baisre Hernandez Cuba FPP Cuban fisheries management regime: current state and fututre prospects
Rauna Mukumangeni Namibia FPP  
Masibonge Silevu South Africa FPP  
Pau Molevuka Likiliki Tonga FPP  
Jacob Jackson Raubani Vanuatu FPP Community fisheries management (CFM): future consideration for Vanuatu
Devanand Bolaky Mauritius FT Small scale longline fishing technique for the artisanal fishermen in Mauritius
Johnson Mubasen Gurirab Namibia FT Curriculum for fishing technology and seamanship courses
Xiaojie Nie China MFCM Is China the future market for Icelandic seafood companies? Marketing planning for Blueice Group
Yosbely Argudin Soto Cuba MFCM Profitability analysis of the investment in beam trawlers for Cuban shrimp fisheries
Nordina Binti Md. Din Malaysia MFCM Improving profitability of low profit fishermen's associations in Malaysia
Pubudu Parakrama Midipolawatta Kankanamge Sri Lanka MFCM Operational budget for the Ceylon Fisheries Corporation (CFC)
Uthpala Subashini Samarawickrama Rathnayake Sri Lanka MFCM Oportunities for sustainable management of landing facilities in the Anchorage Nilwella and Kottegoda in the Matara region of Sri Lanka
Gospa Jurisic David Cape Verde QMFHP Shelf life of herring (Clupea harengus) kept at different temperatures
Gholam Reza Shaviklo Iran QMFHP Quality assessment of fish protein isolates using surimi standard methods
Odoli Cyprian Ogombe Kenya QMFHP The effects of temperature abuse at the beginning of storage on the quality and shelf life of fresh water arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus)
Pradeepa Shayamali Jayasinghe Sri Lanka QMFHP  
Eileen Stanford Nkondola Tanzania QMFHP Developing a traceability system for fish factories in Iceland and Tanzania
David Bamwirire Uganda QMFHP Quality changes in salted, rehydrated and dry salted cod (Gadus morhua) products
Amos Bataringaya Uganda QMFHP An analyisis of quality deterioration at critical steps/points in fish handling in Uganda and Iceland and suggestion for improvement