18 Nov Pokmaswas Training in the Banda Islands MPA Network

Pokmaswas is a community-based surveillance team which has been developed to assist local governments to control and manage marine and coastal ecosystems in Maluku Province. They play an important role in conducting resource use surveillance across the region, trained in the 3M principle: Listening (Mendengar),...

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15 Nov Ecosystem Approach for Fisheries Management Training in North Maluku

The Ecosystem Approach for Fisheries Management (EAFM) training in Ternate for North Maluku, 12-15 November 2019, was a collaboration between the Wildlife Conservation Society, who managed the event, and the Coral Triangle Center, who facilitated the training. It was targeted at government institutions and universities...

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13 Nov Surveying Some of the World’s Most Diverse Reefs in the Banda Islands

To further continue the establishment process of the Ay and Rhun Islands MPAs, and promote their effective management, research and data collection must be conducted to ensure that marine resource management is informed by the latest scientific data.  From November 2-13, the Coral Triangle Center, with...

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01 Nov Fisheries Extension Officers (Penyuluh Perikanan) of Eastern Indonesia Build Knowledge of Marine Conservation

To advance the role of Fisheries Extension Officers (FEOs) for the conservation of marine resources, CTC in collaboration with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries conducted training on the role of MPAs for  coastal and small islands’ sustainable fisheries. FEOs from the Fisheries Management...

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11 Jun Take Time to be Kind, Save the Planet – with Hard Rock Hotel Bali

In October 2018, Hard Rock Hotel Bali generously donated Rp. 194,726,281 to the Coral Triangle Center through their Rock N’ Run charity event. Through this donation, the foundation was able to support ongoing marine conservation efforts in the  Nusa Penida MPA, notably the expansion of the...

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