AquaFish has supported more than 500 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in aquaculture, fisheries, aquatic ecology, economics, engineering, and many other disciplines. Some of our students who are or have been supported are featured below.

Aakriti Regmi

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Abhimanyu Shrestha

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Abigael Mumo

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Kenya
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Karatina University
  • Major Professor: James Mugo

Abigail Ebachie Tarchie

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Ghana
Degree: Master's
  • Institution: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
  • Major Professor: Dr. Steve Amisah

Adhikari Sagar

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Akua Akkufo

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Ghana
Degree: Master's
  • Institution: Purdue University
  • Major Professor: Dr. Kwamena Quagrainie
  • Thesis Title: Three Essays on Household Food Security, Fish Demand, and Consumption in Ghana and Tanzania
Biography:

Akua Akfffo is a PhD student at Purdue University in the US working under the advisory of AquaFish-supported researcher Dr. Kwamena Quagrainie. Akuffo's PhD work includes three research studies, 1) investigating the impacts of fish farm participation on household food security and nutrition in Ghana; 2) determining the influences of market price and household income on the demand or decisions to purchase fish among Ghanaian households; 3) investigating how current community infrastructure in Tanzania impacts accessibility and household consumption of seafood.

One of Akuffo's most memorable experiences from her work with AquaFish was participating in data collection in Ghana in 2014. She was grateful for the opportunity to learn about the importance of fish in addressing food and nutrition insecurity in developing countries.

Anjala Khanal

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Ann Kimotho

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Kenya
Degree: Master's
  • Institution: Kenyatta University
  • Major Professor: Dr. Charles Ngugi

Anthony Aliebe

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Ghana
Degree: Master's
  • Institution: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
  • Major Professor: Dr. Steve Amisah

Anurag Acharya

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Anusha Lamichhane

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Ashok K. Yadav

Status: Current Student
Nationality: Nepal
Degree: Bachelor's
  • Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

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