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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22 Jul ICCB 2019: Presenting the Impact of Our Work on the International Stage

The CTC team made waves at the International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) held in Kuala Lumpur last month. Organized by the Society for Conservation Biology, the event brought together researchers, students, practitioners and educators to present and discuss their research, projects and challenges, as...

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19 Feb Teaching Scuba Diving Skills to Local Communities in Sula, North Maluku

CTC conducted a scuba diving training for community members and stakeholders in Sula Islands, North Maluku, on 19-22 February 2019 as part of its activities under USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced  (SEA) Project. A total of 22 participants from the proposed Buano Islands and Lease Islands...

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28 Jan Saparua Youth Take the Challenge to Protect Our Oceans

Aiming to disseminate key information and messages about the importance of marine conservation, the USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (USAID SEA) Project through CTC held socialization and education targeting youths and students in Saparua Island, Maluku. The activities were conducted on 28-31 January 2019 and successfully...

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30 Nov New National Competency Standards Boosts Sustainable Marine Tourism in Indonesia’s Marine, Coastal, and Small Islands Protected Areas

The Indonesian Government, with the support of the Coral Triangle Center through USAID SEA Project and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, took a step in having more effective MPA management through the provision of competent and standardized human resources throughout Indonesia, by developing the Indonesia National...

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22 Nov “Pejuang Laut” Launching on World Fisheries Day 2017 in Ambon

The Coral Triangle Center has successfully accomplished one of its most significant contributions to the USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (USAID SEA) Project through the launching of "Pejuang Laut" during the World Fisheries Day 2017 commemoration in Ambon, Maluku, on November 21-22, 2017. Around 45 "Pejuang...

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