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Photo: Workshop participants. Photo credit: Jaqueline Hombono, Secretariat for the Environment, Amapá State  
Marine Fellowship Program mentors and participants in Gorontalo, making a “c” for conservation sign. Photo credit: Setia Dewi  
Photo Credit: Conservation Strategy Fund  
CSF Analyst Sopian Hidayat working with a group during the Capacity Building workshop. Photo credit: Hasanul Adha Fauzi  
Members of the Sustainable Financing Roundtable visit a local Mennonite cattle ranch. Photo credit: Scott Edwards  
Kuala Tungkal is the capital city of West Tanjung Jabung Regency on the east coast of central Sumatra and lies within Indonesia’s Fisheries Management Area (FMA) 711. The majority of people in this coastal city make their living fishing, and the endemic mantis shrimp is their main source of income.
Leny Dwihastuty is studying the benefits of Ministry Regulation Kepmen KP No 47 Tahun 2016
Fellow: Andi Sagita MFP Project Title: Model of Marine Plastic Management for Small Scale Fishers in Jakarta