Effort to alleviate poverty in rural coastal communities is a complex task. Previous studies have shown that aquaculture, particularly seaweed, is viable an option as a livelihood improvement approach. However, the challenges include the need for adequate infrastructure, limited assets, skill and knowledge, access to markets and institutions needed, and vulnerability due to weather and markets access. Thus, this study aims to increase the income of seaweed farming in a sustainably manner by integrating a sustainable livelihood framework (SLF) and farm management. Mixed methods cH1d descriptive typologyĀ 

Project members

Wellem Anselmus Teniwut

PHD Candidate
School of Agriculture and Food Sustainability