WEST AFRICA WOMEN MAGAZINE
Maiden Edition: Aquaculture & Fisheries.
The World Aquaculture Society African Chapter, West Africa Region in a bid to promote sustainable development in the Field of Aquaculture and Fisheries in Africa as a continent had incorporated new strategies to get the involvement of industrial actors and professionals in the forward movement of this pursuit. Hence calling on women in aquaculture to add their voice.
The values of research and the need for global exposure of ideas and achievements in this productive field of food supply, employment creation and overall, Natural Resources Conservation is regarded invaluable and thus, a need to create a unique media space for viable industrial actors and professionals in the science of Aquaculture and Fisheries Management. The world Aquaculture Society African Chapter, West Africa Region in our valued contribution towards the constructive dialogue and global visual engagements on current happenings in the field of Aquaculture in relation to synergies, experiences and lessons learnt in the industry, had put forward the establishment of the “West Africa Region Women Magazine”.
This magazine with a maiden edition in Aquaculture and Fisheries is very worthy as discussed in one of the webinars of WAS/AC/WAR. This as a note from a global consultation in applied Aquaculture which verily will anchor women recognition and also create media space for our women in Aquaculture, so that their uniquecontributions towards this drive could be realized globally. Also, more public attraction could be drawn to the need for investment and partnership towards Aquaculture growth in West Africa. This magazine is for every young professional (fish farmer), Educationist, Community development enthusiast precisely in Aquaculture endeavors, scientific researcher and for students in West Africa who are in the Aquaculture and Fisheries discipline.
The magazine seek to broaden the media coverage of Aquaculture in the region, by keeping the public informedon the growth potential of this industry via the promoting and showcasing of the proactive contributions of women in Aquaculture to the world.
The West Africa Region Women Magazine will positively effect and influence the public interest on Aquaculture, and shall lighten the path of Youth who are intending to be involved in the process, as a medium for virtual showcase of actions and women involvement in Aquaculture, the magazine will promote more partnership, networks, also the teaching &learning course of the field. Thereby broaden the knowledge base of the public towards the potential of Aquaculturein solving most of the Sustainable Development Goals.