12 Jun CTC Strengthens Collaboration with MMAF to Build Indonesia’s Marine Resource Management Capacity

Among the biggest challenges of realizing sustainable marine and fisheries resource management in Indonesia is the availability of qualified and capable human capital. In an effort to address this gap, CTC has signed an agreement with the of Research and Human Resources for Marine and Fisheries...

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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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28 Apr Database and Information Management System Training for Marine Conservation Practitioners in the Arafura and Timor Seas

In the collaborative effort to challenge the status quo and protect marine ecosystems, data-driven decision-making is crucial. Hence, data and information about coastal and marine resources are important as inputs for developing action plans and making decisions regarding the ecosystems of the Arafura and Timor...

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06 Apr CTC and MMAF Indonesia Sign an Agreement on Institutional Capacity-Building

In early April, CTC signed a cooperation agreement with the Directorate General of Capture Fisheries of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (DGCF-MMAF) of the Republic of Indonesia regarding capacity building for Fisheries Management Institutions in the Fisheries Management Area (FMI-FMA) of the Republic...

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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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24 Mar CTC Leads Regional and National Consultations for the Proposed Arafura and Timor Seas (ATS) MPA Network and Sea Turtle Action Plan

    The ecosystems of the Arafura and Timor Seas (ATS) play an important ecological and economic role for the countries bordering its waters, which include Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Thus, collaboration is urgently needed to ensure their protection. In March 2021, CTC,...

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