Key partners include:
WorldFish (headquartered in Malaysia) is reducing hunger, malnutrition and poverty across dozens of communities in Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
The University of the South Pacific (headquartered in Fiji) provides aquaculture research, education, and training for communities in its 12 member countries.
International Ocean Institute – Southern Africa (headquartered in South Africa) supports East African agencies and communities with training and networking.
The Zanzibar Seaweed Cluster Initiative (based in Tanzania) is implementing an Aquatic Foods Ecosystem with seaweed, giant clams, and fish traps.
Love The Oceans (based in Mozambique) helps fishing communities transition to more sustainable practices achieving higher biodiversity.
Supporting partners include:
Abundant Ocean Ventures (Indonesia) is supporting funding Blue Economy projects throughout Southeast Asia including seafood, marine plant and algae extracts, and more.
Rescate al Medio Ambiente [Environmental Rescue] is organizing SEAFoods projects (both sheltered and open ocean versions) in El Salvador.
Visual Teaching Technologies (USA) provides community education/training and documentation to educate/train the in-team community and successive next communities.
Stingray Sensing (USA) is a restorative aquaculture consulting firm developing oceanographic monitoring systems.
Nikia Solutions (USA) designs and installs digital hub systems that provide free local access for communications, training and support everywhere.
Alliance BioConversions Company’s (USA) microbial and enzymic products support fresh, brine, and saltwater polyculture fisheries solutions while restoring marine biodiversity.
AI Control Technologies makes remote and precise buoyancy control electronics and AI software for aquaculture systems, including individual lobster traps.
Engineers Without Borders USA leverages a skilled network of 10,000 engineers to work with communities around the world on various engineering projects.
SANERGY (Kenya) provides urine-diverting toilets and processing systems that convert human and organic wastes into organic fertilizer and fish feed.