Victoria Chomo

Economist

Victoria Chomo is a United Nations economist (PhD) specializing in international trade and finance since 2002. She produces research and capacity building for member countries on a variety of issues related to international commodities trade and trade policies: WTO (accession, Agreement on Agriculture, Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement, Trade Facilitation Agreement), CITES, fisheries subsidies, voluntary standards and eco-labels, and seafood traceability systems. Her current work in the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department of FAO focuses on international market measures to promote sustainable fisheries, resilient livelihoods and food security.

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16 March 2015
How might climate change impact fisheries production and trade? This article offers a preliminary view of what is known and suggests areas for further research. The UN Zero Hunger Challenge aims at providing adequate food for all, making all food systems sustainable, increasing smallholder...