The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish (Fish Innovation Lab) at Mississippi State University (MSU) has awarded approximately $500,000 to a new project aimed at helping solve hunger and improve ecosystems in coastal Kenya.
Through the $5.7 million, the Fish Innovation Lab is supporting 12 research-for-development projects focused on aquaculture and fisheries activities along the fish value chain in Bangladesh (3), Cambodia (2), Kenya (1), Nigeria (5) and Zambia (1).
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish has awarded $6.2 million USD to 13 research-for-development projects to address food and nutrition security in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zambia.
Due to delays in receiving external reviews, the Fish Innovation Lab management entity must extend award notifications to ensure selection standards are met. Applicants will be notified on or before October 24, 2019, as noted below and in the full…
Please note that due to the high volume of submissions, the Fish Innovation Lab has extended the timeline. A summary is provided in the table below, and details are provided in the full amendment document.
Please note that due to the high volume of submissions, the Fish Innovation Lab has extended the timeline for the RFA, including the deadline for full invited proposals. Details are provided in the full amendment document.
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish has issued a request for applications to support research for development in Feed the Future target and aligned countries in west Africa, east Africa, and Asia.
WorldFish is accepting applications for an internship in the role of fisheries to food and nutrition security. A summary of the opportunity is below.
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish (Fish Innovation Lab) has made the first round of awards for research, granting $100,000 each to five projects in four countries: Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zambia. Known as “Quick Starts,” these…