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New ICAI report released for Afghanistan

A new Independent Commission for Aid Impact (IC...

New EU contract award: Mauritius

Landell Mills are pleased to announce a new European Union contract in Mauritius to help sustainably manage and exploit the natural assets of the region.

1,800 raised for three charities

Three charities: Bath Child Contact Centre; For-Ethiopia; and the Rafiki Thabo Foundation will together receive a final total of £1,800 as a result of fund raising efforts by Landell Mills staff. A big 'thank you' once again to all our supporters and sponsors.

DFID Afghanistan commend the work of ABIF

The PSD adviser for DFID in Afghanistan has commended the work of the Landell Mills managed Afghanistan Business Innovation fund in his latest Blog - http://blogs.dfid.gov.uk/2014/02/the-other-afghan-drugs/.

Landell Mills Lopers complete the Bath Half

On an almost perfect day for running, the Landell Mills Lopers completed the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday 02 March. Congratulations to Hannah, Sophie, Jérôme, Matthew and Simon for getting round in one piece. But most of all - thanks to all those who sponsored the team and helped us to raise over £1,500 for our chosen charities Bath Child Contact Centre, For-Ethiopia and the Rafiki Thabo Foundation!

Landell Mills runs for charity

Landell Mills is entering a corporate team for the Bath Half Marathon to be held on 02 March. We will be raising money for three charities:

New EU funded service contract award: ISS-FANSSA

Landell Mills is awarded a new EU-funded service contract: Integrated Support Services-Food and Nutrition Security & Sustainable Agriculture (ISS-FNSSA)

P-ARBP TA Receive Appreciation Award from Kunduz Governor and RBA Office

The Panj Amu River Basin Agency Annual Reporti...

New EU contract award: Afghanistan

Landell Mills are pleased to announce a new European Union contract in Afghanistan worth €14,000,000

New Contract Award in the Haiti

Landell Mills has been awarded a new EU funded contract to carry out a strategic assessment of aquaculture potential in Haiti. 

We will be working closely with the Government and the private sector on the seven month project to make recommendations on aquaculture planning and development in the country.  This is an important initiative as the sector has the potential to create and enhance rural livelihoods and income-earning opportunities, whilst improving national food security and reducing Haiti’s reliance on fish imports.  However, there are a number of development challenges to overcome to make the sector sustainable.  These include the lack of infrastructure and reliable public utilities that are a barrier to investment and the vast competition for resources following the January 2010 earthquake.

Our team comprises expertise in aquaculture, socio-economics and GIS/mapping. They will support the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture in completing a field-survey reporting on current aquaculture activities and conduct an institutional analysis of potential for aquaculture production.  The final analytical report will include spatial analysis with potential zoning for aquaculture development. We are scheduled to organise and lead a stakeholder feedback workshop in September where we will look to validate our analysis and recommendations.

The work is being commissioned by the ACP FISH II Programme Management Unit in Brussels. It aims to strengthen fisheries management in ACP countries, thus leading to poverty alleviation and improving food security.

For further information on the project, please contact Charlotte Howell, chowell@landell-mills,com