Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management (AARM) program within the School of Environment, Resources and Development plays leading role in developing new curricula in the field of aquaculture and fisheries in Asia. A 3-year project entitled, “Curriculum development for Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security (SSNS)” has been developed and launched with a grant award 999,556.10 Euros from EU Erasmus+ Programme. The proposal was highly rated. The anonymous proposal evaluators mentioned that the project is rooted in and driven by the experiences of previous Asia-Link projects, activities are presented very well; they are coherent, logical in sequence, build from each other and clearly reflect the aims and objectives, the target groups are appropriately identified and for each a detailed presentation of impact follows, including a list of the deliverables that they will use or that will have most impact upon them.