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  • Maritime Research | Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    ギニア湾海事研究所へようこそ-GoGMI GoGMIは、ガーナで設立された非営利団体です。これは、ギニア湾地域に影響を与える戦略的海事に関する相互作用、アイデアの共有、研究を行うための海事戦略思想家、実務家、同盟国のための「シンクタンク」を構成します。インスティテュートのコアビジネスは、ガーナおよびギニア湾の海事空間全体の安全性、セキュリティ、環境の分野における戦略的な海事研究、コンサルティング、およびアドボカシーです。 GoGMIの主な目的は、認識された研究を生み出し、先住民の視点から解決策を提供することです。これにより、地域の意見や関心が過小評価されている地域の海事研究における現在の不均衡に対処します。 GoG地域の最新ニュース ニュース 米空母司令官が南シナ海を航行する自由を主張 南シナ海に配備された米空母の司令官は、RFAに対し、「すべての国が公海を航行する自由」を確保することを目指していると語った。これは、中国の測量船からわずか50海里を通過するという任務である。 ..。。 続きを読む ニュース BolloréLogisticsが6隻のセルフリフティングバージを中国から西アフリカに輸送することに成功 フローティングクレーンを使用したコストのかかる垂直リフトを回避するために、BolloréLogisticsは、自走式モジュラートレーラー(SPMT)油圧システムを使用してバージを水平に移動することを決定しました。ジャッキアップバージは高さ1.8mの象の脚に乗せられていました。チームは、FIPE桟橋からはしけに移動するために、これらの重いリフトを1.8メートルから1メートルに下げる必要がありました。 続きを読む ニュース 革新的な浮体式風力タービン財団の設置-TetraSparonグローバル海事苦痛および安全サービス オフショア船のオペレーターおよび設置サービス会社であるBourbonSubsea Servicesは、最近3.6MWの設置を完了しました。 ノルウェーのテストサイトでのTetraSpar浮体式風力タービンのプロトタイプ。 続きを読む 最新の海事ニュース News Tunisia Intercepts Nearly 100 Europe-bound Migrants Sea crossing attempts tend to increase during spring and summer. Tunisia’s National Guard said it had prevented five maritime crossings and rescued 80 people, mostly Tunisians and including 35 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa. It said “preventive operations” were also carried out near Menzel Temime in the north, Mahdia and Kerkennah on the central coast and Zarzis in the south, leading to 11 arrests. Read More News Indo-Pacific SEACAT Maritime Exercise 2022 Launches in Singapore The U.S. Navy's Seventh Commander, Vice Admiral Karl Thomas, opened the event by stating, "SEACAT is about learning how to share information effectively between like-minded partners. Our respective governments have all independently decided that it is also within our national interests to uphold the international norms that govern the maritime domain, which is applied without prejudice for the benefit of every nation." Read More News ONE launches Marine Safety and Quality Campaign 2022 Campaign theme “Safety Consciousness – A step ahead” As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect global shipping operations over the long term, Ocean Network Express continues to face difficulties in conducting ONE’s Vessel Quality Standard (ONE-VQS) physical inspections on board operated vessels all around the world. As such, over the past two years, self-inspection campaigns have comprised thorough checks by crew to mitigate risk of accidents in identified critical areas, supplementing the ONE-VQS. Read More Visit page>>> INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SECURITY WORKING GROUP ​ IMSWG, housed by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute, constitutes a working group of maritime experts and practitioners that spans across industries, academia, national, regional & international institutions PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS Subscribe to get exclusive updates Email Join Our Mailing List Thanks for subscribing! 1/2

  • Gogmi Blue Business Directory | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    Welcome to the GoGMI Blue Business Directory, a list of maritime organizations with interest in doing impactful work in Ghana's maritime space. Our goal is to help users build connections, collaborations, and careers. Contact us now to have your business featured on the GoGMI Blue Business Directory at directory@gogmi.org.gh I. SHIPPING Business Name Address Business Category Business Area Uniship Ghana Limited Regimanuel Estates, Nungua Ship Chandlers & Shipping Agents Shipping Carehandling & Enterprise Limited Community 4, Tema Ship Chandlers & Shipping Agents Shipping Glory Ship Services Ltd. House #A82, Community 8, Tema Maritime Suppliers (Chandling) Shipping & Logistics Richworld Ship Services Ltd. 12 Apostles Plot, Community 5, Tema Ship Chandlers & Maritime Suppliers Shipping Rajol International Ltd. Kakasunanka No.1 Michel Camp, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Marine Services Shipping President Shipping Services Ltd. Maame Sekunde Building, Community 8, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Marine Services Shipping Scorpee Ghana Ltd. Fishing Harbour, behind ADB Bank, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Marine Services Shipping High Light Ship Services International Ltd. Hse. No. 48/2, SOS Community 10, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Marine Services Shipping Victosi Investment Ltd. Community 4, opposite Church of Pentecost, Tema Ship & Industrial Suppliers Shipping Tradenet Investment Ltd. Devtraco Estate Community, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping Godsway Marine Company Ltd. Delta Plaza Building, Community 10, Tema Ship Agents, Chandlers & Bunkerers Shipping Sekpo Ship Services Ltd. Hse. No. 8/20, Community 3, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping High Spirit Star Enterprise Site 12, Community 1, Tema, opposite Step One Ship Chandlers Shipping Carwilliam Enterprise Bankuman, Tema New Town Ship Suppliers & Service Providers Shipping Done Harmony Marine Services Ltd. Opposotie Creator School, Community 4, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping Davmers Services Ltd. Hse. No. 150/N4, Community 2, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Technical Service Providers Shipping Blessing Services Ltd. Community 8, Tema Ship Chandlers & Service Providers Shipping Paratz Nergy & Engineering Ltd. Sama Plaza, Greda Estates, Teshie, Accra Ship Chandlers & Technical Service Providers Shipping VSR Integrated Company Ltd. LT 588, Laterbiokoshie, Hse. DD/AE 182, Dodowa, Accra Ship Chandlers Shipping Vacutech Shipping Services Ltd. Accra Ship Chandlers Shipping Shopgreen Company Ltd. Accra & Prampram Ship Chandlers Shipping Marine Lift Safety Company LtdOdoi Atem Street, Comm. 10. 1st floor Shadows Pub General Ship Suppliers Shipping Estyza Enterprise Community 7, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping Bless Ship Services ltd. Hse. No. SK 24, Sakumono Village, Tema Ship Chandlers & Crew Managers Shipping Yosonas Ghana Investment Ltd.Rev. Fiawoo Street, Hse# 13/1 Comm. 10, Tema Ship Agents & Chandlers Shipping Primekok Logistics Ltd. Dawhenya Street, Savanna Junction, Tema Ship Chandlers & General Merchants Shipping Dels Marine Services Community 5, Tema Ship Suppliers, Agents & Transporters Shipping Trampafric Marine Ltd. Community 4, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping Harini Marine & Trading Ltd. NTHC Estates, Sakumono, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping K.S.K. Ship Services Ltd. o. 16145, Dawhenya, Tema Ship Chandlers & Marine Service Providers Shipping Delek Marine Services Ltd. Opposite ECG Training School, Community 6, Tema Ship Chandlers & Marine Service Providers Shipping EEA Co. Ltd. Community 1, Tema Ship Chandlers Shipping Waltmarine Direct Services Community 2, Tem Ship Chandlers & Marine Service Providers Shipping Barry Logistics Ghana Ltd. Meridian Rd, Greeenwich Meridian Tower Shipping Agency, Freight Forwarders, Transporters Shipping & Freight Forwarding AT Logistics Ltd. Community 1, Tema Shippers, Freight Forwarders, Haulers Shipping, Freight Forwarding & Hauling Sarpholda Ventures Ltd. Community 1, near Tema Harbour Roundabout Clearers, Forwarders, Haulers, Shipping Agents Shipping, Freight Forwarding & Hauling Global Cargo & Commodities Ltd. 3rd Floor, Global Towers Building Freight Forwarders, Import & Export andlersling Freight Forwarding II. WAREHOUSING Business Name Address Business Category Business Area Damco Logistics Gh. Ltd. 4th Floor, GPHA Towers, Tema Container Clearers, Warehouse Service Providers, Forwarders, Transporters Warehousing His Excellency Shipping (Gh) Ltd. Meridian Area, Community 1, Tema Clearers, Forwarders, Warehouse Service Providers Warehousing III. FISHERIES Business Name Address Business Category Business Area Anyako Fisheries Adj.Tema Loop Oil , Tema Fishing Company Fisheries Aquatrade Ltd Design Hse, Community 2, Tema Fishing Company Fisheries Big Catch Fishing Company Ltd H/No. 39/3 Paa Grant Street Comm 10, Tema Fishing Company Fisheries Bon3 Fisheries Gh 23 Oublohum Street, Accra Fishing Company Fisheries AFKO Fisheries COM. LTD. P.O.BOX CO.868,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Panofi Company Limited P.O.BOX TT 581, TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Trust Allied Fishing Ventures P.O.BOX CO1384,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Rico Fisheries Company Limited P.O. BOX CO. 2038, TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries D-H Fisheries Company Limited P.O. BOX TT 531,NEWTOWN �TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries World Marine Company Limited P.O.BOX 8008,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries AgnesPark Fisheries Company Limited P.O.BOX CO. 1828,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Africa Star Fisheries Company Limited P.O.BOX CO.4881,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries G-L Fisheries P.O.BOX CE.11991,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries BSK Marine Company Limited WE 2SEA FOOD BLDG, AFKO JUNCTION, TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Asante Fisheries Company Limited P.O. BOX TT. 581,TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries LAIF Fisheries Company Limited P.O.BOX TT. 416, NEWTOWN-TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries Pioneer Food Cannery P.O.BOX 40,TEMA Fish Cannery Fisheries Cosmos Seafoods Limited MB 85 Gafco industrial park, Tema, Ghana, PMB 85 Fishing Company Fisheries Ghana Aquaculture Association Association Fisheries PillBrooks Aquatics Gyakiti, Eastern region Fishing Company Fisheries Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Kumasi Education Institution Fisheries Majesmos Farms Asutuare Fisheries Fisheries Commission, Ashaiman Demonstration Farm Ashaiman Government body Fisheries ProFish 191 1st Kotobabi Rd, Accra Fishing Company Fisheries Freshwater Farms Eastern region Fishing Company Fisheries Sikadel Farms & Aqua Consult Volta region Fishing Company Fisheries Fisheries Commission Yeji Station Government body Fisheries Dong Sheng Company Limited P.O.BOX CO, 4869 TEMA Fishing Company Fisheries C & G Fisheries Co. Ltd Adj. PFC Fishing Harbor, Tema Fishing Company Fisheries Gold Fish Gh.Ltd. Near GCB, Fishing Harbour, Tema Fishing Company Fisheries Goshen Fisheries Ltd. Goshen School,Comm 12, Tema Fishing Company Fisheries JKA Investment Ltd 22 Atterbury Rd. The Annan Trust Hse., Cape Coast Fishing Company Fisheries IV. OIL & GAS Business Name Address Business Category Business Area Highfield Oil CO. LTD Plot 61, Trasacco Valley Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Chase Petroleum Gh. Ltd. The Elizabeth, 68 Senchi link, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Lemla Petroleum 10 Agostinho Neto Rd, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas ZEN Petroleum Limited 13 Patrice Lumumba St, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas King Nebuchadnezzee II Essel Oil & Gas Limited Company Boundary Rd, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Destra Energy Group Limited Atlantic Tower, Liberation Road, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Star Oil Company Limited- HQ �8 La Tebu, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Destra Energy Group Limited Atlantic Tower, Liberation Road, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Genesis Oil & Gas Services Ltd No. 27 Duchessville,�2nd Circular Road,�Cantonments,�Accra, Ghana Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Maranatha Oil Services Limited(MOSL) 1 Fofo Link, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Sage Distribution H/No. E17/9, Ablade Rd., Kanda Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Holman Petroleum 33 Sir. Arku Korsah Rd, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Stratcon Energy and Trading Limited Airport West, 68 Osu Badu St, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas P&O Energy Company Limited JRPH+6FP, Bissau Ave, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Vivo Energy Ghana Rangoon Ln, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Undergroung Mining Alliance Limited No. 13 Patrice Lumumba Road Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Tullow Ghana Limited otorway Extension , Plot No.70 Off George Walker Bush Highway, North Dzorwulu Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Antlis Oil and Gas Plot 51 C6, Community 18 Road, Off Spintex Road, Accra. Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Ghana Oil Company Junction of Kojo Thompson and Adjabeng Roads, House No. D659/4, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Menergy Ghana Limited Mensah Wood Street, East Legon, House No. 300 Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Aker Energy Atlantic Towers, 10th and 11th floor, Plot 16, Airport City, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Bayfield Oil Services C290/14 Okwei Lane, Dzorwulu, Accra. Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Takoradi Gas Plot No. E156 Effia Light, Industrial Area Takoradi Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Kosmos Energy D'Anchor House, No. 12 First Badu Street, West Airport Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Platon Gas Oil Tema Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas SavFuel Petroleum c66/14 Nii Noi Kwame Street, Dzorwulu Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Angio Company 2nd Floor, EL's Place Achimota Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Zoil Services Limited Nyankrom Industrial Area, Shama District, Shama , PT 27, Ghana Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Gro Oilfield Alliance Ghana Limited Dupaul Road, Mayflower Avenue, Apollo- Apremdo, Takoradi Ghana Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Eni Ghana Exploration and Production Limited Bradley Tower Building, William Tubman Road, Accra Ghana Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Rigworld International Services 5th Floor, 335 Place, Block 6, N1, Accra Ghana Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas Maersk Drillship IV Singapore PTE Limited Capital Place, Block A, 1st Lumumba Road, Accra Oil/Petroleum Company Oil & Gas V. MARITIME TOURISM Business Name Address Business Category Business Area Bojo Beach Resort Bortianor - Kokrobite Road, off Kasoa Highway,Weija Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Labadi Beach Hotel N1 La Bypass, Accra Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Sandbox Beach Club 4th Otswe Street South, Accra Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Maaha Beach Resort Maaha Beach Road, Anochi, Western region Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Lemon Beach Resort J J Rawlings High Street, Elmina Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism White Sand Beach Resort & Spa Gomoa Fetteh, Central region Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism African Treasure Beach Resort Kokrobite Beach Road, Accra Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Golden Beach Resort Old Winneba Rd, Accra Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism The Luxury Beach Resort Kokrobite Beach Road, Accra Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Treasure Island Ada Foah Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Accruase Paradise Paradise Avenue, Prampram Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism Aborigines Beach Resort Beach road, Keta Hotel & Leisure Centre Maritime Tourism

  • Individual Membership | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    Individual Membership GoGMI membership is offered on the basis of an individual’s interest and contribution to the region’s maritime strategic debate; all applications for membership need to be accompanied by a personal statement and the applicant’s CV. Members become part of an exclusive and prestigious network which they can access through the Institute’s events, publications and personal contact with GoGMI staff and experts. Our membership is intended for individuals with expertise and demonstrable interest in matters of ocean governance, maritime safety and security, maritime geopolitics and blue economy development. Annual subscription fee for individual membership is $50. APPLY TODAY! Title/First Name(s) Last Name Email Phone Next As a Student, you’ll benefit from: Certificate of membership from the institute. Professional masterclasses with industry experts on ocean governance and blue economy with issued certificate upon completion. Discount on registration for professional conferences. Receives GoGMI Journal. Exclusive invitations to our International Maritime Security Working Group forum series. The opportunity to lend your voice to the Institute’s forum, and contribute to our indigenous research activities and programs.

  • Blue Mentorship Programme | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    THE BLUE MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME BACKGROUND The Role of Youth in Developing Africa’s Blue Economy “Blue” resources linked to Africa’s extensive aquatic bodies are core to the continent’s economic growth and will continue to be a crucial driver for strategic development of the national economies. The commitment to develop Africa’s blue economy is demonstrated in the various national and regional strategy documents including: Africa's Blue Economy: A policy handbook; Africa Blue Economy Strategy and its Implementation Plan (2021 – 2025); and various country-level blue economy strategies. The next generation of young maritime leaders will play an important role in driving innovation and change as the continent strives for socio-economic advancement through a vibrant blue economy. To be able to truly transform Africa’s ocean economy, we need a future workforce that is more digitized, innovative and diverse, and that requires actively employing and leveraging on the unique skills of Africa’s youth today. The revitalization of existing ocean sectors and the industrialization of emerging ones have highlighted the great need for cooperation towards technology and innovation transition. In a post-COVID era, youth bear great potential to contribute to the: co-creation of international frameworks and guidelines to protect the blue environment; investment in innovation, technologies and human capital for developing ocean sectors; actions geared towards effective biodiversity and environmental conservation as well as mitigation of the effects of climate change; shaping of national visions for sustainable blue economy; enhancement of entrepreneurship within the blue economy; and provision of maritime domain awareness solutions to improve monitoring, control and surveillance of activities in the blue space. Creating a viable platform for youth to engage in Africa’s blue economy trajectory has been at the heart of the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute’s Blue Mentorship Program. GoGMI’s Youth Engagement in Africa’s Blue Economy Trajectory In November 2021, the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute (GoGMI) held its flagship Blue Career and Business Expo (BCBE) as a response to concerns raised at a stakeholder forum organized by the Institute in 2020 to deliberate on the topic, ‘Gender mainstreaming in Ghana’s maritime sector’. At this forum, participants highlighted that most Ghanaian youth have limited knowledge and appreciation of the ocean’s significance to the national economy, and fail to recognise the need to be part of providing the needed solutions to promote its sustainable development. The under-representation of females in the maritime sector, despite efforts put in place to put them at par with their male counterparts in the sector, was also echoed. Participants further indicated the need to increase young people’s knowledge on the opportunities available to them in the maritime sector, in terms of career development. BCBE thus created multi-opportunity exchange platforms for young people to learn from maritime industry leaders across the country and to gain an appreciation of the range of opportunities within Ghana’s blue economy sectors. The Expo was attended by over 200 individuals, including high profile personalities, maritime industry practitioners, students and other relevant stakeholders. The BCBE was not meant to be a single event, but rather, the first in a series of events aimed at actively engaging African youth in the path towards building a resilient blue economy for the continent. As intended, the BCBE was used to initiate a Mentorship Programme for which several of the participating youth showed interest. This year, GoGMI intends to go a step further by selecting thirty young individuals to be engaged in its Blue Mentorship Programme – a full mentorship and grooming experience intended to prime them for blue success. ABOUT THE PROGRAMME The Blue Mentorship Programme is an African maritime accelerator intended to encourage youth to engage in sustainable blue economy careers and to offer them support through their business, entrepreneurial or career progression journey. The entire programme is intended to have the following impacts: Serve as an incubation hub for blue economy start-ups Provide learning and support for youth through their career, entrepreneurial or business journey Facilitate youth engagement with corporate and industry partners who are passionate about innovation, diversity and inclusion of young minds in the development of Africa’s blue economy Provide youth with access to maritime industry mentorship, support services, educational and networking events, while keeping them updated on the latest new, developments and engagements in Africa’s blue economy community Beyond mentorship, the programme aims to achieve this by offering a wide range of curated platforms for young people who have an interest in maritime careers or businesses to meet, share and collaborate on different fronts while expanding their skill-set and knowledge base Blue Mentorship Programme Thematic Areas: Maritime Safety & Security Fisheries & Aquaculture Renewable & Non-renewable energy Shipping & Maritime Trade Environmental Sustainability & Climate Change Academia & Research Maritime Tourism Ocean Govenrance THE BIGGER PICTURE: A MARITIME BUSINESS INCUBATOR Beyond the Blue Mentorship Programme, GoGMI aims to expand its engagement with youth to develop a Maritime Business Incubator (MBI) which will, through a combination of progammes, partner with global maritime industry and practitioners to provide solutions and resources to improve career and business connections and financing for innovations in blue start-ups and entrepreneurial activities in the Gulf of Guinea region. The Incubator will achieve this by offering a wide range of curated platforms for young people, entrepreneurs and business men and women who have an interest in a maritime career or business to meet, share and collaborate on different projects and activities while developing skills and knowledge using extensive resource hubs and directories. Through the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute and partners network, individuals who are interested in starting a blue business or have plans to build their career in any blue economy sector can learn and find support throughout the lifespan of their business, career and entrepreneurial journey. The MBI will also collaborate with academia to develop collaborative research networks across the sub region dedicated to enhancing indigenous understanding of Africa’s blue economy sectors and publish the ideas that address how to best identify, nurture, and develop careers and businesses in a publicly accessible collection. Private sector will be involved in the Incubator’s programmes to help bring about an innovative spirit of change for young entrepreneurs and the Gulf of Guinea region blue economy business community. THEMES OF THE INCUBATOR Entrepreneurship Mentorship Maritime Innovation Networking and Knowledge-Sharing Blue Human Capital Innovation The Incubator’s networking events will bring together young minds who have interests in different blue economy careers and businesses on common platforms including conferences, boardrooms, workshops, policy-making councils, roundtables, fireside chats, etc. These networks will then connect young minds with lifelong relationships, pairing them with corporate and industry members and providing them the opportunity to have discourses on careers and businesses to better analyse and find solutions to challenging issues these young people face. The MBI will also feature a Maritime Data Hub which will serve as a one-stop data repository for the development and test-bedding of new digital applications and services for the maritime industry, and a community journal which will feature relevant community blog posts and articles aimed at enhancing knowledge and information sharing GoGMI is reaching out to all maritime stakeholders and businesses with interest in building a robust blue economy for Africa to support the Program via three different pathways: Expertise Partnership Expertise partners to the program contribute by granting requisite advice and technical knowledge to the GoGMI team in the course of the program. More importantly, expertise partners will provide a pool of skilled and highly accomplished individuals across the continent’s blue economy sectors who will serve as mentors. Click here to support us TODAY! Click here to support us TODAY! Financial Partnership Financial partners will contribute by: • Directly funding specific activities or elements of the programme e.g., data services, virtual platform services, etc. • Providing a lump sum in support of the entire programme as detailed in the concept note attached. • Making recurrent donations to ensure continuity of activities under the programme. Click here to support us TODAY! Click here to support us TODAY! Media Partnership Media partners will contribute to the program by publicizing the program’s activities such as the launch, Blue Success Speaker Series (BLUESSS), the Blue Economy Innovation Challenge, etc Click here to support us TODAY! Click here to support us TODAY! You are welcome to apply for the Blue Mentorship Programme today! ​ Are you - or is someone you know - a young person aged 18-30 that is passionate about innovation, diversity and inclusion in the development of Africa’s blue economy or looking for support through their business, entrepreneurial or career progression journey? Why not apply to join the Blue Mentorship Programme? Selection Guidelines and Eligibility Applications are open for undergraduate students, graduate students, students in higher-level vocational training and young industry professionals. ​ Note: Under-represented or marginalized groups, including females and young people in coastal communities are especially encouraged to apply. ​ Applicants must be/have: Aged between 18 and 30 years old and currently living in an African country; Good working knowledge of English, French or Portuguese; Passionate, engaged and active in their local community. APPLICATIONS HAVE CLOSED!!! Participants of Blue Mentorship Programme have the opportunity to: Contribute to articles on the mentorship programme webpage; Take part in our mentorship events; Learn about Africa’s maritime and blue economy affairs from Gulf of Guinea experts; Meet other young people from Africa who are interested in Africa’s blue economy development; Get your innovative ideas heard by key people in African governments and international organizations; Develop your knowledge, career and business development skills. Deadline: Applications should be sent no later than 5th September, 2022. Applicants will be notified about their application outcome within a week of the application closing date. Why You Should Apply Rare opportunity to network with maritime industry leaders across the African region and to gain deeper understanding of the range of opportunities within the region’s blue economy sectors Opportunity to hear first-hand accounts from successful blue economy entrepreneurs and ocean innovators to guide individual’s blue career and entrepreneurship pursuits Immense prospects to build on lessons learned to generate and expand on sustainable blue economy ideas, and receive business support through a year-long Maritime Business Incubator Download Concept Note for detailed information here

  • Student Membership | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    Student Membership Student membership offers a great opportunity for undergraduate or postgraduate students to become involved in the Institute’s activities by exploring a wide range of policy issues, research works, and debate developmental topics of interest relevant in the Gulf of Guinea region. Through a variety of curated and innovative platforms that falls in line with the Institute programs, it engages young members to create compelling opportunities to engage with experienced maritime experts and policy practitioners from the fields of politics, academia, private sector, and industry. The student membership gives young members - who have been chosen through a membership application process – the opportunity to work closely with GoGMI experts on various research programs and develop innovative ideas that contribute to addressing the current challenges facing the region. Applicants should show a commitment to contributing to national and regional strategic debates, and are required to provide a copy of attestation from their university confirming the name and dates of their course, or a copy of their student ID. APPLY TODAY! First Name(s) Last Name Email Phone Next As a Student, you’ll benefit from: Certificate of membership from the institute Discount on registration for professional conferences. Exclusive invitations to our International Maritime Security Working Group forum series The opportunity to lend your voice to the Institute’s forum, and contribute to our indigenous research activities and programs.

  • Fellow Membership | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    Fellow Membership GoGMI awards Fellowship only to exceptional individuals at the forefront of ocean governance, maritime safety and security, or related disciplines and have demonstrated significant achievements relevant to GoGMI over the last 10 years. Applicants must show evidence of their specific personal contributions, achievements and the associated impact in two and no more than three of the eight criteria described below. To apply, complete the application form here using no more than 1000 words in total. Where appropriate include URL links for significant additional evidence. URL links should only be used to validate key evidence provided. If you cannot provide publicly available information due to security or other sensitivity, then it must be confirmed by your supporters. Criteria: Creativity Describe the key findings of your independent contributions to original research, including the associated outcomes and impact that have resulted in national and /or international recognition. Include a selection of the following examples that cover the full 5-year period. Enterprise Summarize your personal creation and development of successful business (es) or significant business unit(s) in areas relevant to the IET, including details of products and services developed and delivered. Insight and experience Show your roles as a consultant, business manager, technical specialist / subject area expert / functional head in fields related to engineering and technology. Leadership Describe your senior role(s) that set, directs or significantly influences an organization’s vision, strategic and operational aims. Please include an organizational chart that shows your title and position within your organization both upwards and downwards, including the number of professional engineers and other professional people that report directly and indirectly to you. Demonstrate how you have shown leadership. Repute Provide evidence of public recognition of standing at national and/or international level Responsibility Summarize your operational responsibility for significant programmes, activities, risks and resources within an organization (commercial, industrial, government, military or academic). Include an organizational chart that shows your title and your position within your organization both upwards and downwards, including the number of people that report directly and indirectly to you. Service Describe the impact of your outstanding service as an exceptional individual on committees or other relevant organizations in ocean governance and maritime safety and security disciplines such as non-government and government committees, not-for-profit organizations etc. Influence and contribution Indicate any other activities that demonstrate the expectations for GoGMI Fellow not covered by the criteria above. There must be evidence of personal impact but there is no other constraint on the type of activity that might be considered under this criterion. It could include any of the following: – Any activity that fulfils the wider goals and aims of GoGMI and is of a standard commensurate with the other Fellowship criteria. Our mission: To provide an intellectual base to governments, organizations, corporate bodies and individuals whose activities impinge upon the maritime domain of the GoG Region to ensure a sustainable use of the sea. As a Fellow you’ll benefit from: Certificate of fellowship from the institute The opportunity to lend your voice to the Institute’s forum, and contribute to our indigenous research activities and programs. Our exclusive Fellows LinkedIn group for global networking Exclusive invitations to our International Maritime Security Working Group forum series as well as a significant discount on registration for our professional conferences. APPLY TODAY! Title/First Name(s) Last Name Email Phone Next

  • Membership | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    GoGMIのメンバーになる インスティテュートのコアビジネスは、ガーナおよびギニア湾の海事空間全体の安全性、セキュリティ、環境の分野における戦略的な海事研究、コンサルティング、およびアドボカシーです。 Contribute to GoGMI The Institute seeks members who have cutting-edge expertise in any field of maritime affairs to contribute to the Institute’s indigenous research activities and programs. GoGMI members will harness the institute’s high-level convening power and rich expertise to engage in in-depth discussions tailored around the GoG region’s ocean governance challenges to develop critical solutions that address maritime security and safety concerns. Access the Institute’s publications GoGMI membership gets you access to publications from our various activities: IMSWG Reports Gulf Spectrum- Periodic publications of pertinent maritime security issues in the Gulf of Guinea Monday Gulf Review Newsletter Events and Networking The International Maritime Security Working Group (IMSWG), formed by the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute, is the Institute’s flagship forum focused on stimulating dialogue and policy innovation aimed at addressing maritime security and safety concerns in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) region. The IMSWG forum is notable as a knowledge exchange and research network with a focus on local and regional issues while keeping an eye on the pulse of international perspectives. Membership allows you to attend curated IMSWG forums held monthly, as well as other partner and international events, where you can network, meet IMSWG experts, and gain active understanding of strategic maritime issues affecting the GoG region. STUDENT MEMBERSHIP Read more FELLOW MEMBERSHIP Read more INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP Read more CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP Read more

  • Corporate Partnership | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    Corporate Partnership Expert Counsel Corporate partners receive private advisory insights from GoGMI members who share their proprietary works from analysis on matters of ocean governance, maritime safety and security. GoGMI partners use these insights to fill knowledge gaps, promote constructive national and international engagements and regulate sustainable maritime business strategies. Knowledge exchange and networking Higher-level corporate partners receive invitations to the Institute’s monthly IMSWG Forum which includes top decision makers both national and international, governments and corporate leaders who gather to discuss pressing maritime issues of concern. Business Consultancy GoGMI provides project and business consultancy services for partners that require a deeper understanding of crucial maritime issues and analysis in addition to any economic and political dynamics to make sound decisions. For an additional fee, GoGMI will conduct indigenous research on commercially relevant issues which inform business decision-making. Corporate partners are given priority access to, and discounted rates for our consultancy services. The Institute's corporate partnership engages institutions, organizations, RECS, industry, and the private sector as crucial partners. Through substantive partnerships, networking opportunities, and event sponsorship, partners have with unique opportunities to achieve business and corporate responsibility goals. Our corporate membership paths include:​ Strategic Partnership: Strategic partnerships are intended for national, regional and International organizations who seek the closest relationship with GoGMI and its experts - including benefiting from the Institute’s visibility and leveraging on its network at the highest level with governments, business leaders and other development partners. Our Strategic Partnerships are deeply collaborative attempts for entities to offer progressive support that will enable the Institute to develop programs that address the most pressing maritime issues facing the Gulf of Guinea region. Strategic partnerships also include partner involvement in the Institute’s monthly IMSWG forum and international events attended by regional and international maritime experts and leaders. Partners who subscribe to this partnership are offered access to GoGMI experts’ analysis on a broad range of maritime issues. 2. Program Partnerships Opportunity to engage with the Institute’s leading experts by supporting a program, or initiative working on issues critical to your business. Program partnership is designed for both local and international companies and institutions seeking to further develop their knowledge and understanding of maritime governance issues from an indigenous perspective. Companies that have an interest in or are expanding into a particular region or market will particularly benefit from the events and briefings offered by this level of partnership. Program partners benefit from the unlimited resources of expertise within GoGMI’s network and staff through private curated briefings, closed-door roundtables with GoGMI experts, and invitations to members-only local and regional events. 3. Event Partnerships: Seize the Institute’s high-level convening power by supporting an event. Benefits are strategically tailored around the gathering and your organization’s interests. Event partnerships are suitable for both local and international companies who wish to benefit from GoGMI’s visibility, and to network with local governments, industry leaders and maritime experts. It includes a close relationship with, and priority access to, the Institute’s staff through private, curated dialogue platforms on maritime safety and security, ocean governance, and geo-politics issues. Events include; International Maritime Defense and Exhibition Conference (IMDEC) International Maritime security Working Group Forum (IMSWG) and Blue Careers and Business EXPO (BCBE) 4. Embassy Partnership Embassy partnership is exclusive only to embassies and high commissions. This membership category is available for embassies looking to create impact in different maritime sectors with expert insights and analysis, and support development projects. ​ Embassy members get unlimited access to GoGMI’s expert research and analysis on strategic maritime issues from indigenous perspectives. They gain access to GoGMI’s exclusive event programme, specifically curated to offer in depth knowledge on maritime governance and maritime safety and security issues. These events provide unparalleled networking opportunities for members. Embassy membership provides also get to form closer ties with GoGMI experts and staff. Benefits: Nominate up to 5 to GoGMI who will receive publications and event invitations. International Events and Networking Invitations to select industry practice seminars Invitations to some member events, roundtable discussions, presentations and briefings Invitations to exclusive corporate breakfast briefings, boardrooms and webinars Priority invitations to exclusive events, such as VIP lunches or dinner meetings hosted by recognised figures from public and private maritime sectors. [Number of delegates] at the Institute’s major national, regional and international events and forums: Briefings and Consultancy ​ Get expert answers to your business questions with up to [number of briefings] a year (depending on format) on key ocean governance, maritime safety and security, political, and economic issues as identified by you. Briefings are provided by GoGMI experts. Invitations to curated private roundtable meetings specifically designed to Corporate Partners’ needs with relevant and pressing topics and discussions [Number of delegates] at the Institute’s major national, regional and international events and forums: Publications and Resources Receive up to [depending on how many forums are held in a year] per year of the Institute’s publications: The IMSWG Forum, providing in-depth analysis of general strategic issues ​ Online access to the Members area of GoGMI website, including access to publications recorded webinars. Access to presentations APPLY TODAY! Title/First Name(s) Last Name Email Phone Next

  • Funding Policy | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute is a non-profit think-tank organization that mobilizes and receives funding from diverse donor bases, in collaboration with allies and partners, to shape solutions to ocean challenges ​ The Institute generates funds through a broad range of sources including consultancy services, grants, solicitations, competitive bids and services to partners. These funds may be payable on an annual basis or over a period of time, or be given as one-time payment for service rendered. The Institute leverages on its worldwide engagement approaches to develop practical solutions for today’s most pressing maritime issues that are in line with its mission. By building consensus and mobilizing durable partnerships, we transform ideas into actions. GoGMIは、ガーナで設立された非営利団体です。これは、ギニア湾地域に影響を与える戦略的海事に関する相互作用、アイデアの共有、研究を行うための海事戦略思想家、実務家、同盟国のための「シンクタンク」を構成します。インスティテュートのコアビジネスは、ガーナおよびギニア湾の海事空間全体の安全性、セキュリティ、環境の分野における戦略的な海事研究、コンサルティング、およびアドボカシーです。 GoGMIの主な目的は、認識された研究を生み出し、先住民の視点から解決策を提供することです。これにより、地域の意見や関心が過小評価されている地域の海事研究における現在の不均衡に対処します。 Disclosure ​ The Institute maintains a consistent disclosure policy and will acknowledge publicly the source of the funding. ​ Intellectual Ownership The Institute requires all sponsors to agree to the Institute maintaining intellectual ownership of our work, including any product(s) resulting from the project. Diversity and Inclusion The Institute—through each of its projects—endeavors to take into account a range of views and participants. ​

  • Blog Posts | Gulf Of Guinea Maritime Institute | Accra

    The Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute Launches the Blue Mentorship Program. November 4, 2022 New program to support the development of a future maritime workforce and foster Africa’s youth engagement in sustainable blue economy careers, businesses and entrepreneurial actions. On the 2nd of November, 2022, the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute (GoGMI) launched its maiden Blue Mentorship Programme. The programme aims to develop talented young individuals who are passionate about Africa’s maritime industry, and support novel ideas that have the potential to revitalize existing ocean sectors and industrialize emerging ones for the strategic development of national economies. Through a combination of curated platforms, the Blue Mentorship Program Download will foster a network of young individuals to meet, share and collaborate on different fronts while expanding their skill set and knowledge base in the creation of ocean-based industries and economic activities to drive long-term value to the continent. ​ In a post-COVID era, youth bear great potential to contribute to the: co-creation of international frameworks and guidelines to protect the blue environment; investment in innovation, technologies, and human capital for developing ocean sectors; actions geared towards effective biodiversity and environmental conservation as well as mitigation of the effects of climate change; shaping of national visions for the sustainable blue economy; enhancement of entrepreneurship within the blue economy; and provision of maritime domain awareness solutions to improve monitoring, control, and surveillance of activities in the blue space. To achieve these set targets, the Blue Mentorship Programme will strive to identify blue economy sector opportunities and provide youth with access to maritime industry mentorship and support services to realize their potential. The mentorship programme aims to provide solutions and resources to improve career and business connections and financing for innovations in blue entrepreneurial activities in the Gulf of Guinea region. It will seek to develop collaborative research networks across the sub-region dedicated to enhancing indigenous understanding of Africa’s blue economy sectors. The Blue Mentorship Programme will build on the GoGMI’s track record of providing unique platforms for sharing ideas and researching strategic maritime affairs, and producing solutions that address the current imbalance in the Gulf of Guinea region’s maritime studies, where local opinions and interests are under-represented. ​ In tandem with the launch, the mentorship programme will begin with a training course that will lay the foundation for the broader activities that will be conducted under the programme. The training course will be conducted on a virtual platform over a series of nine (9) online sessions (including interactive sessions), under the topic, ‘’Youth in Africa’s Blue Economy: Developing Sustainable Careers and Businesses’’, to expose the cohort to various career opportunities in Africa’s Blue Economy and guide them through the variegated pathways for developing related sustainable careers. The training will cover four (4) modules from 8th – 18th November 2022. ​ In line with a commitment to contribute to the efforts of the UN Ocean Decade, the Blue Mentorship Programme will support collaborative research that is accessible and contribute to the diversity and inclusion of young people and females in sustainable ocean development. GoGMI invites all corporate, and international development organizations and industry partners who are passionate about innovation, diversity, and inclusion of young minds in the development of Africa’s blue economy to support the Blue mentorship financially as well as with technical expertise. Next Visit the Blue Mentorship Programme page for more information. 5 Essential Traits that Make Youth Crucial to Addressing Ocean Challenges. By Lawrence Dogli, Programs Coordinator, Gulf of Guinea Maritime Institute July 19, 2022 As the maritime industry faces pressure to mobilize actions for major structural transformations and common shared solutions in addressing the many threats that the ocean faces, the relevance of engaging a workforce in a new ocean front: one that is more digitized, innovative and diverse than ever before, is increasing. ​ What do African leaders need to know about the youth as they forge a course to build a future-ready maritime workforce that will industrialize new ocean sectors, grow their economies and provide employment opportunities for their citizens? ​ In this blog, I want to share five traits that make the youth crucial to addressing ocean challenges, post-COVID. African leaders that fail to involve young people in seeking solutions that address some of the defining issues including marine pollution, diminishing marine and coastal ecosystems, ocean acidification and illegal and over-fishing, risk the flowering of much needed science-based innovative solutions for ocean prosperity. Young people are data-literate. Data-fuelled ocean industries provide exponential transformations in the management of ocean resources for sustainable economic development. The collection of information such as ocean patterns, sea floors, ocean currents and water temperatures could help us manage the impact of climate change, reduce pollution including plastics, and increase the equitable usage of ocean resources particularly in vulnerable coastal communities. ​ As the maritime industry continues to generate tremendous amount of data, countries with more data-literate people will become key to transforming ocean data into knowledge and actions for innovation and sustainability, and ultimately drive actions to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. ​ This will require efforts by various stakeholders to share data, provide resources including innovative platforms and knowledge tools to build a digital ocean ecosystem. Young people will then play a key role and be responsible for collating and visualizing ocean data in planning for vibrant and productive ocean industries. At the national level, institutions that play various roles in the management and usage of ocean resources should view ocean data as a national asset and garner the momentum to lead initiatives that are needed for studying and understanding ocean data. ​ The most successful ocean economies recognise the importance of analyzing ocean data to unlock the many benefits the ocean provides for it citizens. ​ 2. They’re comfortable adopting the ever-expanding technologies, new ocean sectors and markets. The World Economic Forum report on Future of Jobs projects that in the mid-term of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, job destruction will most likely be offset by job growth in the 'jobs of tomorrow'—the surging demand for workers who can fill blue and green economy jobs, roles at the forefront of the data and AI economy, as well as new roles in ocean engineering, cloud computing and fisheries product development. ​ These emerging professions also reflect the continuing importance of human interactions in the new ocean economy and how these can be effectively merged not only with the increasing demand for blue economy jobs, but also with the emergence of ocean-based technology and IoT sensing as well as novel approaches to offshore energy production, sustainable aquaculture, shipping logistics efficiency and more. ​ While there have been concerns of mass job displacement and competing claims to unique human capabilities by artificial intelligence, a robust and indigenous African leadership will be essential to connecting economic and social systems that complement human capabilities instead of replacing them – in areas like ocean science education and training. ​ In all cases, organizations should institute regulatory guidelines when adopting technologies, keeping in mind that there may be friction between people and culture, especially in coastal communities. ​ 3. They are empowered How can the maritime industry respond to the undersized ‘’voice gap’’ of young people all around the world? That is, a gap between the levels of influence youth can potentially have in addressing oceanic challenges given the current global context, and the opportunities they have to speak up. ​ The high levels of imbalance we’re seeing in terms of inclusivity and equity in a sustainable ocean economy, and the policy and economic implications that flow from it, likely has to do with the size of engagement with the broad constituency of ocean users and supporters, particularly the youth. ​ Today, young people are finding their voices and using available social platforms to share their views and lead ocean actions. They are finding meaning and purpose in the work they do. ​ African leaders should seize this opportunity to engage in a new ocean social contract that delivers meaningful progress and social impact while supporting young people to drive change and develop innovative solutions that solve the many ocean challenges. Tenets of such a contract include; Identification of young people with leadership and innovative skills Continuous investment in skills development and knowledge sharing among youth Respect for young people’s voice Generation of opportunities for young people to access perspectives of other ocean narratives and ways of working ​ 4. They respect and understand the value of “good jobs.” Today’s youth have standards: This in the context of an ocean economy means the urgent need to focus on both social and economic motivation as a crucial component of ocean development. ​ As such, African leaders should aim to ensure that the outcomes of future ocean economies not only focus on monetary values but also support people’s needs and aspirations. If not, the impact of ocean values and the contributions of youth efforts to ocean services may not be fully realized. ​ This situation tends to hurt national economic policies as subjective well-being has become a measure of social and economic performance, now known as economics of happiness. ​ Raising young people’s decision-making and engagement levels leads to higher worker satisfaction. Happier youths are more enthusiastic about their work and more likely to stay at their jobs. African leaders should prioritize developing ocean action plans that link young people’s well-being and experience with the maritime industry priorities and transformational goals. 5. They are resolute to advances in equity and the environment. As we navigate towards future ocean governance, it is essential that African policy makers while defining an inclusive blue economy, cultivate fairness and equity in the workforce. Actions include exposing young people to STEM at an early age; making higher ocean science education more affordable and more equitable; hiring based on skill set rather than degree; and assessing and diversifying professional ocean networks. ​ In terms of changing institutional culture, the maritime industry should consider tapping into broader, more diverse youth networks when recruiting staff. ​ For young people in particular, the idea of equity extends to governance and environmental issues equally. A recent millennial employee study found that more millennials won’t take a job if it doesn’t have a strong corporate social responsibility policy, and would be more loyal to a company that helps them contribute to social and environmental issues. ​ In setting environmental priorities for maritime sustainability, industry should consider adopting “inside-out” approaches, which allows for inputs from young people. This approach is particularly essential in terms of strategies for sustainable maritime businesses as it requires c