Welcome to the SSF Hub Groups page.

Groups provide a place for members to connect and discuss specific topic areas within small-scale fisheries. While the Discussions page features questions and conversation on a wide-range of topics, groups are designed to focus on and generate community around a specific issue or topic area. If you have an ongoing interest in a topic, consider joining or creating a new group.

For more information about groups, please visit the About Groups page, SSF Hub Help page, or contact the SSF Hub to learn about creating a new group. You can also watch our tutorial on How to Join a Group.

Groups are categorized by their access level: “Public,” “Open,” and “Closed.” Some groups may require group moderator approval before you can access all content. 

Scroll down to browse the groups. 

SWIO Livelihoods Community

The group type is Open group
This is an inclusive community of practice focused on supporting the sustainable development of coastal communities in the Southwest Indian Ocean region.
7 group members
Read more about SWIO Livelihoods Community

Southern Belize Fisheries Group

The group type is Open group
Located at: Belize
4 group members
Read more about Southern Belize Fisheries Group

Community of Practice

The group type is Open group
This community of practice is a peer-to-peer learning network to enhance practice around ethical and inclusive communications about small-scale fisheries, leading to better outcomes for fishing communities.
4 group members
Read more about Community of Practice

Multispecies Management in SSF

The group type is Public group
10 group members
Read more about Multispecies Management in SSF

SSF & Aquatic Foods

The group type is Closed group
5 group members
Read more about SSF & Aquatic Foods

EDF-SOA 2021 LCRF Fellows

The group type is Open group
Located at: Asia
6 group members
Read more about EDF-SOA 2021 LCRF Fellows

Juventudes pescadoras artesanales de Costa Rica

The group type is Open group
Located at: Costa Rica