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News The African Centre for Capacity-Building in Ocean Governance (AfriCOG) seeks to foster partnerships and support for training and strengthening Pan-African capacity and skills in Marine Resource Management and Ocean Governance and to enhance and encourage the use of trained human resources in the sustainable management and use of coastal and marine goods and services for the long-term security and welfare of associated countries and communities. http://www.africog.net/news.feed 2017-03-30T09:42:25-07:00 africog.net james.stapley@gmail.com Joomla! - Open Source Content Management AfriCOG featured in African LME Caucus Newsletter 2014-01-13T10:23:20-08:00 2014-01-13T10:23:20-08:00 http://www.africog.net/news/24-africog-featured-in-african-lme-caucus-newsletter.html Super User james.stapley@gmail.com <p>AfriCOG is featured in the latest (4th) African LME Caucus newsletter. To read the article, please visit AfriCOG partner organisation, the <a href="http://www.benguelacc.org/index.php/en/news/latest-news/96-lme-news">Benguela Current Commission</a> or <a href="http://www.benguelacc.org/index.php/en/component/docman/doc_download/259-lme-newsletter-4">click on this link to download the PDF</a>.</p> <p>AfriCOG is featured in the latest (4th) African LME Caucus newsletter. To read the article, please visit AfriCOG partner organisation, the <a href="http://www.benguelacc.org/index.php/en/news/latest-news/96-lme-news">Benguela Current Commission</a> or <a href="http://www.benguelacc.org/index.php/en/component/docman/doc_download/259-lme-newsletter-4">click on this link to download the PDF</a>.</p> New partnership supports marine resource management across Africa 2013-09-19T17:36:47-07:00 2013-09-19T17:36:47-07:00 http://www.africog.net/news/11-new-partnership-supports-marine-resource-management-across-africa.html Super User james.stapley@gmail.com <p>Cape Town – Today marks the launch of a new multi-sectoral initiative to support the sustainable use and management of marine and coastal resources across Africa. The African Centre for Capacity-Building in Ocean Governance (AfriCOG) will coordinate the efforts of some 18 partner organisations. Together they will ensure that African nations are equipped with the personnel and scientific information they need to meet their national and international obligations to support sustainable development, safeguard the marine and coastal environment and ensure maximum benefits are derived from the goods and services offered by the oceans to sustain their people and economies.</p> <p><img style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; display: block;" title="Signatories to the AfriCOG partnership agreement (L-R) Edosa Omoregie (UNAM), Warwick Sauer (Rhodes), Blandina Lugendo (UDSM), Akiko Yamamoto (UNDP), Juliet Hermes (SAEON), Johann Augustyn (DAFF), David Vousden (AfriCOG/ASCLME), Larry Hildebrand (WMU), Adnan Awad (IOI), (SANBI), John Wrench, (BCRE), Coleen Moloney (UCT), Andrew Leitch (NMMU), Magnus Ngoile (IUCN), Ronney Ncwadi (UFH). Not pictured are Saleem Badat (RU), Larry Oellermann (SAAMBR/ORI), Angus Paterson (SAIAB), Peter Myles (NMBMC), Mish Hamid (IW:LEARN). " src="images/GroupPhoto.jpg" alt="Signatories to the AfriCOG partnership agreement (L-R) Edosa Omoregie (UNAM), Warwick Sauer (Rhodes), Blandina Lugendo (UDSM), Akiko Yamamoto (UNDP), Juliet Hermes (SAEON), Johann Augustyn (DAFF), David Vousden (AfriCOG/ASCLME), Larry Hildebrand (WMU), Adnan Awad (IOI), (SANBI), John Wrench, (BCRE), Coleen Moloney (UCT), Andrew Leitch (NMMU), Magnus Ngoile (IUCN), Ronney Ncwadi (UFH). Not pictured are Saleem Badat (RU), Larry Oellermann (SAAMBR/ORI), Angus Paterson (SAIAB), Peter Myles (NMBMC), Mish Hamid (IW:LEARN). " align="left" /></p> <p> </p> <p>Cape Town – Today marks the launch of a new multi-sectoral initiative to support the sustainable use and management of marine and coastal resources across Africa. The African Centre for Capacity-Building in Ocean Governance (AfriCOG) will coordinate the efforts of some 18 partner organisations. Together they will ensure that African nations are equipped with the personnel and scientific information they need to meet their national and international obligations to support sustainable development, safeguard the marine and coastal environment and ensure maximum benefits are derived from the goods and services offered by the oceans to sustain their people and economies.</p> <p><img style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; display: block;" title="Signatories to the AfriCOG partnership agreement (L-R) Edosa Omoregie (UNAM), Warwick Sauer (Rhodes), Blandina Lugendo (UDSM), Akiko Yamamoto (UNDP), Juliet Hermes (SAEON), Johann Augustyn (DAFF), David Vousden (AfriCOG/ASCLME), Larry Hildebrand (WMU), Adnan Awad (IOI), (SANBI), John Wrench, (BCRE), Coleen Moloney (UCT), Andrew Leitch (NMMU), Magnus Ngoile (IUCN), Ronney Ncwadi (UFH). Not pictured are Saleem Badat (RU), Larry Oellermann (SAAMBR/ORI), Angus Paterson (SAIAB), Peter Myles (NMBMC), Mish Hamid (IW:LEARN). " src="images/GroupPhoto.jpg" alt="Signatories to the AfriCOG partnership agreement (L-R) Edosa Omoregie (UNAM), Warwick Sauer (Rhodes), Blandina Lugendo (UDSM), Akiko Yamamoto (UNDP), Juliet Hermes (SAEON), Johann Augustyn (DAFF), David Vousden (AfriCOG/ASCLME), Larry Hildebrand (WMU), Adnan Awad (IOI), (SANBI), John Wrench, (BCRE), Coleen Moloney (UCT), Andrew Leitch (NMMU), Magnus Ngoile (IUCN), Ronney Ncwadi (UFH). Not pictured are Saleem Badat (RU), Larry Oellermann (SAAMBR/ORI), Angus Paterson (SAIAB), Peter Myles (NMBMC), Mish Hamid (IW:LEARN). " align="left" /></p> <p> </p>