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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30 Aug Pejuang Laut Profile: Youth Leaders Lead the Way in Protecting Maluku’s Marine Resources

Youth leaders, they say, are the hope of tomorrow. In the case of Moluccas Coastal Care (MCC), youth leaders are also leading the change now. MCC is one of CTC’s partners in leading information campaigns on sustainable fisheries in Maluku Province and are the youngest members...

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26 Jul Women Groups Learn Quality Control and Labeling of Processed Fish Products

In July, our Building a Sustainable Seafood Industry to Support Coastal Communities in the Arafura Sea’ (SeaNet Indonesia) Project conducted a two-day training on quality control and labelling for women groups in  Ngan village, Kei Besar and at Sathean village, Kei Kecil in Southeast Maluku....

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