A number of Master students linked to our Universities completed their thesis under the SmallFishFood project.
Maïlys Rouillé (2022) ‘Beyond the border is where food is.’ COVID-19, cross-border fish traders and food security around the Ghana-Togo border. Department of Geography, University of Bergen
Russhielder Boadu. (2022) The role of fisheries livelihoods in food security in the Savelugu Municipality. Department of Sociology, University of Ghana.
Ernestina Asantewaa Ayeh (2021) Use of improved sun and solar drying methods to produce dried Anchovies (Engraulis encrasicolus) and Atlantic bumper fish (Chloroscombrus chrysurus) powder and incorporate them into new food formulations. Department of Agro-processing Technology and Food Biosciences, CSIR College of Science and Technology.
Bhagya Janananda (2021) Characterization of consumption patterns of small indigenous fish species among children aged 18-59 months in coastal fishing communities in Ghana. Department of Geography, University of Bergen
Aurelia Amesika. (2021) Institutional barriers to fish processors access to upscale urban market. Department of Sociology, University of Ghana.
Priscilla Atta Peters. (2021) Factors affecting the adoption of fish smoking technology in Moree. Department of Sociology, University of Ghana.
Yaw Opoku Agyei-Mensah (2021) Small fish and food security: the cleaning and cooking methods of small fish in poor Ghanaian households. Department of Geography, University of Bergen
Lise Saga (2021) Tuning in on the Global Tuna Value Chain. A Political Ecology Perspective on Food Loss and Waste. Department of Geography, University of Bergen.
Christiana Sam (2021) The Potential of Small Fish to Alleviate Micronutrient Deficiencies. A Case Study of Ghana. Department of Biological Sciences. University of Bergen.
Moench, M. (2020) Factors influencing location choice and patterns of industrial clustering in Africa’s fish reduction industry: Evidence from Mauritania and Kenya. MSc thesis University of Amsterdam.
Stijne K. (2020) ‘The Omena Fishing Industry’s Value Chains in Terms of Biomass, Labour and Monetary Value in Kenya’s Lake Victoria’. MSc thesis, Wageningen University and Research.
John Armah 2020. Exploring the changing food habits of households in Ga Mashie: The study of the consumption of small pelagic fish. Department of Sociology, University of Ghana.
Holford E. (2019) Competing demands for affordable fish – the dagaa industry and Kenyan animal and aquaculture feed industries. MSc thesis University of Amsterdam.
Regtien, A.R. (2019) Fish volume, value and labour flows in the mukene value chain, Ugana. MSc thesis, Wageningen University and Research.
van de Plaat, L. (2019) Challenges in the dagaa supply chain for direct human consumption: a case study of Kisumu, Kenya. MSc thesis, University of Amsterdam.
van de Voort, L. (2019) Access to low priced small fish for livelihood support: a case study on omena trade for local and domestic consumption in Kenya. MSc thesis, University of Amsterdam.
Moxon-Riedlin, S. (2019) From extraction to Factory. Understanding the reductive value chain for Rastrineobola Argentea in Uganda. MSc thesis, University of Amsterdam.