22 May Identifying Opportunities for Women to Support Sustainable Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Lampung

In many capture fisheries businesses in Indonesia, women appear at the forefront. Their roles are diverse, starting from collecting the day’s catch from landing sites, to processing valuable bycatch into saleable products. Everything is done to increase fishers, who are mainly men, tend to be...

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07 May DID YOU KNOW?

On June 8, we celebrate World Oceans Day, shining the spotlight on the global ocean that covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface and provides the largest source of protein to billions on the planet. Tomorrow, June 9, we mark Coral Triangle Day, celebrating...

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29 Mar New Project Aims to Strengthen Protection of Nusa Penida MPA’s Marine Biodiversity and Boost Local Livelihoods

Beginning this year, CTC is embarking on a new collaborative project in the Nusa Penida MPA called the “Coral Reef Rehabilitation and Management Program – Coral Triangle Initiative (COREMAP–CTI).  The project is funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF),...

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22 Mar Developing a Campaign to Promote Sustainable Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries in Indonesia

Building on our work to promote sustainable fisheries in Indonesia, CTC organized a collaborative online workshop entitled “Formulating Narratives for Sustainable BSC Fisheries for Media” with some of our key government, non-government and industry partners. The workshop is the first of a series of...

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16 Jul Virtual Training on Blue Swimming Crab Management for Fisheries Managers in West Java

With action plans for Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) fisheries in West Java Province currently on hold due to the pandemic, we conducted a virtual training for fisheries managers to continue the work. The training was held on July 15-16, 2020 and with 22 provincial and...

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11 Feb Sustainable Fisheries Training for Blue Swimming Crab

As Indonesia’s third-highest-value fishery, Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) contributes a significant source of income to fishers and other stakeholders involved in the processing and sales. The fishery provides direct employment for 60,000 fishers and 13,000 pickers in 7 Fisheries Management Area (FMA). Hence, it is...

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