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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08 Oct Sustaining Indonesia’s Marine Ecosystem

A long-held dream came true recently when more than 110 representatives from 32 NGOs working on marine conservation and sustainable fisheries in Indonesia attended a conference for the Indonesian Marine Funders Collaboration (IMFC) in Sanur, Bali. The conference was started with a poster competition and...

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01 Sep Building Local Capacity on Marine and Coastal Management Capacity in North Maluku

The Coral Triangle Center (CTC), with the support of USAID SEA Project, conducted a Resource Use Monitoring (RUM) and Community Based Marine and Fisheries Surveillance Group (Pokmaswas) training for Pokmaswas members in the Sula Islands Marine Protected Area (MPA), North Maluku, on 28 August –...

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