16 Oct Marine Protected Area (MPAs) for Sustainable Fisheries in the Banda Islands

CTC recently conducted a training to increase knowledge about the importance of marine protected areas (MPAs) to sustainable fishing practices in the Banda Islands, Maluku. Throughout the three-day session, participants engaged in comprehensive coverage of marine ecology and fisheries management in order to support the...

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01 Sep Expanding Efforts to Support Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) Fishers in Central Java

This month CTC returned to Gedongmulyo village in Rembang District, Central Java for an in-depth survey of gender perceptions and needs identification to support capacity-building for local blue swimming crab (BSC) women fishers. The survey aims to provide additional data to start a pilot project...

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14 Jun Fish Identification Training to Support Sustainable Fisheries in Banda

CTC recently conducted a three-day fish identification training for its staff and government institutional partners in Ambon, Maluku. The training was part of the implementation of the Deep-Sea Snappers (DSS) project in the Banda Islands, which would advance the national deep-water groundfish fisheries improvement plan...

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01 Apr CTC Kick-Off New Project to Support Sustainable Fisheries in the Banda Islands

CTC is currently implementing a capacity-building project for local snapper fishers and other fishery stakeholders in Banda Islands, Maluku, to develop and initiate a fishery monitoring program. The Banda Islands Snapper Fisheries Pilot Project will help establish a baseline of the deep-water snapper’s status to...

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13 Sep Capacity-Building Activity for the Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries Committee in Lampung

From September 13 to 16, 2021, CTC successfully conducted an online capacity-building training for managers of the blue swimming crab (BSC) fishery and members of the Sustainable BSC Fisheries Management Committee (KPPRB) in Lampung. The activity covered various topics about leadership, particularly organizational management and...

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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 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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07 Nov Partnerships to Promote Sustainable Fisheries in Aceh

On November 03-06, 2020, CTC supported collaborative work between the Marine and Fisheries Agency of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province and the Wildlife Conservation Society-Indonesia Program (WCS-IP) to hold the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) Training in Banda Aceh. The training aimed to increase participants’...

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