News and Highlights
A new publication, "How knowledge acquisition shapes system understanding in small-scale fisheries " led by Dr. Sina Klein and Dr. Karlijn and from the MultiTip project together with the team of scientists from TAFIRI, NaFIRRI and KMFRI has been published in the Journal of Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology. The full paper can be accessed here
HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS DEVELOP FIRST TOOL TO MEASURE PERCEPTIONS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS AMONG RESOURCE USERS IN LAKE VICTORIA
A new app, called M-Tools, has been developed by researchers at Heidelberg University and Tanzanian Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) as part of the MultiTip project. For more information, click here
MULTITIP WEBINAR - RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS IN THEIR APPLICATION TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESEARCH
On the 4th and 11th December 2019, the MultiTip project team will host two webinars to provide a short but thorough introduction to RCTs as it has been developed in the last decades in economics. The webinars are specifically targeted to the staff of the MultiTip project partners in Lake Victoria. To read the full press release, please click here.
MULTITIP STAKEHOLDER'S & KICK-OFF WORKSHOP IN JINJA UGANDA
On the 26th of July 2019, the MultiTip research team held the first regional kick-off and stakeholder workshop at the Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization (LVFO) Secretariat in Jinja, Uganda altogether attended by 24 participants. You can read more about the outcome of the workshop here