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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29 Oct Promoting Sustainable Fisheries in Indonesia Through Fisheries Management Councils

On 29 October, 2018, the CTC hosted a side event at the Our Ocean Conference titled “Sustainable Fisheries in Indonesia”, which aimed to facilitate fisheries stakeholders: government agencies, fisheries supply chain actors, fisheries associations, environmental donor agencies, NGOs, fisheries projects/initiatives, and academia, including marine and...

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16 Oct CTC Organizes Media Training on Sustainable Fisheries in Preparation for OOC 2018

This month, CTC organized two media training workshops in Jakarta and Bali to highlight key points and help explain the critical issues on sustainable fisheries that were discussed at Our Ocean Conference 2018. The workshops were co-organized with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries...

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05 Sep Exit Strategy Meeting in Southeast Maluku: The Establishment of Community Empowerment Working Team

SeaNet Project held an “Exit Strategy” meeting with related institutions in Southeast Maluku District on 5 September, 2018. The meeting was held regarding with the end of SeaNet Project program in near future. The meeting has resulted an agreement on establishing a working team. The establishment of working...

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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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27 Aug CTC Conducts Capacity Building Training to Support Marine Protected Area Establishment in Central Java Province

CTC conducted a training entitled MPA Design and Open Standards for Conservation Practices (OSCP) on 27-31 August, 2018, as part of its implementation of the USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (SEA) Project.  The training aimed to enhance the capacity of coastal and marine resources managers in...

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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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26 Jul Buano Community Leaders Sign Preliminary Agreement to Set up Marine Protected Area (MPA)

Community members in Buano Islands, represented by the Head of Clans (Kepala Soa Adat), signed a sharing preliminary agreement to establish Buano Marine Protected Area (MPA) on Thursday, 26 July 2018. The signing also marked the end of a two-days Workshop and Public Consultation of Land and Marine Management...

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