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  • 1. Norwegian College of Fishery(NCFS)How can NCFS contribute to revitalization of marinesector in Indonesia.Education and capacity building 6. desember 2012 1
  • 2. Educational programsNCFS offers educations at BSc and MSc level: Multidisciplinary education on fisheries and aquaculture Aqua-medicine – licensed to practice veterinarian medicine on fish Marine biotechnology and bioprospectingPhD educations in natural sciences and in social sciences: Biotechnology (natural sciences) Fish immunology and vaccine development Marine food science Biotechnology/bioprospecting Resource management (both natural and social sciences) Fisheries biology and harvest technology Resource management and development Environmental and resource economics6. desember 2012 2
  • 3. Educational opportunities Indonesia and NCFS Master training in TromsøInternational Fisheries Management - interdisciplinary mastertraining - fisheries, resource management and economics, sociology, marine law, marine biology and fisheries technology - thought in English - admission open for different disciplinary bachelors - no tuition fee (in Norway) - living cost high (need financial support) - scholarship through Norwegian Quota program possible - Indonesian – Norwegian agreement (3 students)Thesis can be written in a number of disciplines based on interest andBSc background.One Indonesian student has graduated from this program in foodscience (presently in Copenhagen for a PhD) 6. desember 2012 3
  • 4. Educational opportunities Indonesiaand NCFSPhD training in TromsøIndonesia - scholarship program for PhD-training abroad: - good fundament for further cooperation on PhD-training in «sandwich model». 1 Indonesian PhD student is in TromsøIndonesian students can apply for PhD-positions in Norway inopen competition with Norwegian students. 6. desember 2012 4
  • 5. NORHED (NOMA + NUFU)Capacity building in academia Norads new program for capacity building in the south Covers training from BSc to Post Docs Subprograms: Education and Training Health Natural Resource Management, Climate Change and Environment Democratic and Economic Governance Humanities, Culture, Media and Communication Capacity Development in South Sudan NCFS has in cooperation with UoB and Nha Trang University (Vietnam) applied for seed money. Possible south partners are universities in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Indonesia. 6. desember 2012 5
  • 6. Other aspectsNCFS - long term contract consultancies to Norad (assessments, review etc):Most resent: Assessment criteria for Norwegian assistance to aquaculture in developing countries, NCFS November 2012 NCFS - capacity building in the south: Latin-America - Nicaragua Africa - Namibia, South-Africa, Mozambique Asia - Vietnam 6. desember 2012 6
  • 7. Marine Resource ManagementSustainable management of marine recourses nationally andinternationally International collaboration within research and education with universities in the south: Namibia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Vietnam.Norwegian collaborators: International education in Tromsø:NORAD, SIU, NRC, NOFIMA, NTNU International Fisheries Management (IFM)and University of Bergen
  • 8. Research collaboration in social science: PovFish Unravelling the Vicious Circle: Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Livelihoods in Small-scale Fisheries Study on poor communities in 11 different countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, Central America and North America Norwegian Research Council 2008 – 2011
  • 9. Research Collaboration inaqua-medicine India – Norway Fish health in aquaculture 2008 – 2012 77 million NOK, Indian and Norwegian Research Councils FISH IMMUNOLOGY AND VACCINOLOGY - immune mechanisms against viruses in fish (salmon and cod) - virulence mechanisms of viruses - new concepts for vaccines in salmon and cod - immuno-stimmulants for improvement of vaccines 6. desember 2012 9
  • 10. Future challenges – fisheries andaquaculture• Climate changes – temperature increase, weather worsening, acidic oceans, sea level rise, migration of fish species• Aquaculture – fish health, start feeding, water quality, new species, food safety, technology• Fisheries – Resource management, coastal zone management, marine protected areas, processing• Marine biotechnology – Utilization of byproducts from waste material and bycatch
  • 11. Academia and capacity building • “Adequate country capacity is one of the critical missing factors in current efforts to meet the MDGs. Development efforts in many of the poorest countries will fail, even if they are supported with substantially increased funding, if the development of sustainable capacity is not given greater and more careful attention”. (OECD/DAC 2006)
  • 12. Norwegian College of Fishery Science The marine oriented universe at University of Tromsø
  • 13. Fisheries and Aquaculture Managementand Economics (NOMA-FAME)• Main partners: NTU and UoT (NCFS)• Participating partners: Universities in Sri Lanka, China and Bangladesh• Project period: 2007 – 2012• Support: Norad/SIU NOMA program and NTUAims and results:Establish an English thought master programfor countries in south-east Asia at NTU – 67 MSc graduated by 2012 – Gender: >50% females)
  • 14. SRV 2701: Academic capacitybuilding of Nha Trang University• Main partners: NTU, UoT, UoB and NTNU• Project period: 2003 – 2011 (2013)• Support: MFA/RNEH and the Government of Vietnam• Aims: – 1. phase: “Improving the teaching and research capacity of NTU in economics, business, aquaculture and biotechnology”. – 2. phase includes also: “Fishing Technology and Navigation”.
  • 15. SRV 2701: Academic capacitybuilding of Nha Trang UniversityMaster and PhD training• Focus 1. phase: Master education of staff from NTU: – MSc aquaculture (NTU), NOMA-FAME (UoT), MSc economics (NTU)• Focus 2. phase: PhD education of staff from NTU in PhD sandwich programs at Norwegian universities: – Sandwich PhD: 18 months in Vietnam and 18 months in Norway
  • 16. Academic capacity buildingat Nha Trang University - resultsMaster and PhD education ofstaff from NTU 67 MSc finished by 2012 9 PhD finished by 2013
  • 17. The future – fisheries andaquaculture• Climate changes – temperature increase, weather worsening, acidic oceans, sea level change, migration of fish species• Aquaculture – fish health, start feeding, water quality, new species, food safety, technology• Fisheries – Resource management, coastal zone management, marine protected areas• Marine biotechnology – Utilization of byproducts from waste material and bycatch