28 Dec CTC Joins the 11th National Coastal Conference to Foster Communication in Coastal and Marine Management

The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries held the 11th National Conference on Management of Coastal, Marine, and Small Islands (KONAS Pesisir XII) on 27-29 November 2023  in Potianak, West Kalimantan, to promote communication and sustainable coastal and marine management. The event features various activities...

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27 Oct Sustaining Lampung’s Fisheries through Organizational Management and Communication Training

Recently, Coral Triangle Center (CTC) along with the Lampung Provincial Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Office (DKP) hosted a four-day training focusing on organizational management and communication. The event, held from October 24th to 27th, brought together key stakeholders with the aim of enhancing the capacity...

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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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