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Western Indian Ocean Regional Initiative
WIO-RISE provides research and training in skills associated with the utilization of coastal and marine resources and the protection of the coastal and marine environment. The network avails itself of the substantial experience of IMS/UDSM, which has roots in the former East African Marine Fisheries Research Organization and the affiliated Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association based in Zanzibar. The School of Marine and Coastal Studies at Eduardo Mondlane University is strategically located near the Sofala Bank, a major fishery and aquaculture resource, and the University of Cape Town has the only department in southern Africa offering graduate training in physical oceanography, climate science, and atmospheric science.
On the left side of the 2nd and 3rd row are Dr. Fialho Nehama, Dr. Saleh Yahya and Prof. Desiderius Masalu, while Drs. Narriman Jiddawi and Anildo are the 2nd and 3rd people, respectively, in the first row, from the right.
The Institute of Marine Science (IMS), University of Dar es Salaam collaborated with the University of Alicante of Spain to host a training workshop under the project “Fishermen,” on experimental designs & multifactorial ANOVA.
The workshop took place in Zanzibar, at the Zanzibar Palace Hotel, from 13th to 16th January 2015 and was attended by participants from Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros, Mozambique, Tanzania, Spain and Portugal.
The Director of IMS, Prof. Desiderius C. P. Masalu, who is also the WIO-RISE Academic Director, officiated the workshop on 13th January. The workshop was attended by faculty members from the UDSM-IMS and the UEM Node: Dr. Narriman Jiddawi, Dr. Fialho Nehama, Dr. Saleh Yahya and Dr. Anildo.
Participants listening attentively during the workshop – Drs. Yahya, Nehama and Anildo.
Drs. Nehama and Anildo briefly visited the IMS-UDSM Node and had a chat with the WIO-RISE Administrator, Dr. Margareth Kyewalyanga.
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