Recent Activities

SUSTEFFA has been improving sustainable livelihoods in the fisheries, agriculture and the environmental sector and making concrete progress towards meeting the MDG’s goals in fisheries, agriculture and environment through these complementary activities:

  • Collaboration with agencies towards ensuring that sustainable fisheries, agriculture and environmental initiatives are included in national plans and poverty reduction strategies;
  • Conducting  environmental, agriculture and fisheries trainings at grassroots level, national and regional:
  • Assisting in building national and regional consensus on pro-poor sustainable fisheries initiatives and priority activities to implement the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and other beneficial national and international programs towards attaining best practices in fisheries, agriculture and environmental livelihoods ; and
  • Aligning and enhancing international assistance on fisheries, agriculture and sustainable use of the environment and aquatic ecosystems and thereby catalyzing implementation of agreed initiatives.

Happenings At Susteffa

SUSTEFFA Green Fish Farm Villages

This project is a symbiosis for fisheries, agriculture and environmental development using solar energy production which will be highly beneficial to such communities.

Regionally used energies, produced from self sufficient resources, not only allow liberation from constant power failures especially to the poorest and most sun- intensive areas of Africa.

These villages will generate their own power and left over energies can be sold to other areas around.

SEFFA will partner with relevant organizations to build pilot green fishing villages and fish farm villages. In discussion with AfDB. We seek for collaboration with development partners to give power to local communities that are not on the national grid.

They will be enabled to use solar power to power fish farms and irrigate farms for all year round farming with the establishment of Solar Mini Grids

Fishing Communities in Kogi State

105 Fishermen and 44 fish sellers in Kogi state after the flood that ravaged Lokoja and environs in 2011. Collaboration with FME

Youth Development Collaboration With USAID

Collaboration With African Union For Aquaculture Development

Climate Change Training Activities For Gwampana Coop Society, Jos South

Green House Technology For Adaptation To Climate Change

Aquaculture Best Management Practices Training With FAO Ibadan 2009

Creation Of The Awareness Of FAO, Code Of Conduct For Responsible Fisheries In Yauri, Kebbi State

Some Numbers

At SUSTEFFA, we are proud for the numbers we have achieved.

Villagers educated
1 K+
Fish ponds built
Fishermen assisted
1 M
Worth of machines
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