Fisheries Management Area Research: Andon Fishers’ Economic Contribution to Resource Management in FMA 711
Gillnet Catches. Photo courtesy of Dwi Ari Priyanto
Members of the Sustainable Financing Roundtable visit a local Mennonite cattle ranch. Photo credit: Scott Edwards
Conservation Strategy Fund is seeking a Communications Manager to lead the organization’s outreach efforts from our headquarters in Washington, DC. The Communications Manager is responsible for representing CSF’s work to a wide range of audiences including our partners, funders, alumni, government decision-makers, the press, and the public. We reach our audiences via our website and blog, social media, videos, webinars, printed materials, and through training and dissemination events.
Fisheries Management Area Research: The benefits of coral fisheries in the Anambas Islands conservation area
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
Población local demanda un acuerdo de conservación para la RB TCO Pilón Lajas / Local population wants a conservation agreement in Pilón Ljas
Fellow: Diding Sudira Efendi MFP Project Title: Policy impact assessment on grouper and snapper fisheries supply chain and small-scale fisheries economic in Saleh Bay: An agent-based modeling approach
The 2019 Pacific Ocean Finance Fellows, mentor team, and FFA and OPOC representatives. Photo credit: Tanoa Hotel
CSF-Indonesia is conducting a Fisheries Management Area (FMA) analysis program in cooperation with the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science at Bogor Agricultural University (FPIK-IPB) and Raja Ali Haji Maritime University (FPIK-UMRAH). The FMAs were established in 2009, dividing Indonesia’s marine territory into eleven areas, with the dual mandate of effectively managing the fisheries and improving the livelihood of fishers.