Everybody loves a good sequel. There was such an overwhelming response, including many kind words, from readers of my earlier post on Being a Consultant in the Pacific and I'm indeed humbled that my experiences have been so useful for others. Ever since releasing that post 2 weeks ago several things have been at the... Continue Reading →
Blockchain in Seafood Value Chains
I co-authored the FAO's first study on the use of blockchain technology in seafood value chains.
Working in the Marshall Islands
I've been coming to the Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority (MIMRA) in Majuro since 2013 during my stint at FFA and it impresses me today, 6 years later, the progress that they've made.
TraSeable Farms – Reimagining the Pacific Islands Agriculture Sector
Blog post on our TraSeable Farms concept which we pitched and won in the CTA's Pacific AgriHack Lab held in Tonga in 2018.
From the land of Iakwe
[Iakwe (or Yokwe) is a greeting in Marshallese] With 5.5 hours in 3 different aeroplanes travelling from Majuro in the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) back home to Suva for what will take just under 12 hours altogether I figured I'd do some writing. The Marshall Islands has always been one of my favourite places... Continue Reading →
Need for an Information Culture
So, my first post was well read and shared with a lot of encouragement to continue writing. Who would've thought, eh? Certainly not me. Over the last couple of days I've been reflecting on some of my first impressions when I started traveling the region for FFA on the fisheries data and information crusade about 5... Continue Reading →