Blue Ventures is thrilled to be supporting the launch of a dynamic new Indonesian conservation organisation, Yayasan Pesisir Lestari.
Our community-based partner organisations in Indonesia are supporting communities to transition from paper-based data collection to mobile monitoring.
In Indonesia, our partners are bringing communities together to share their experiences of locally led fisheries management. These exchanges are known as ‘Anjangsana Mitra’.
The latest edition of our Toko telo interactive online discussions welcomed an expert panel providing an insight into the importance of community-led fisheries management across different contexts. This edition launched a new series of global conversations about the successes and challenges of community-led fisheries management which are being convened over the coming months. Chair, Charlie …
In this mangrove-dense region of Indonesia where mud crab fishing is the primary livelihood, six communities are working together to conserve the ecosystem.
Women in Fisheries 8: Nurain Lapolo is the first female director of Japesda, a community-based organisation that works with small-scale fishing communities in Gorontalo and Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Learn about the role of women in Indonesia’s artisanal fisheries in a blog from Walton Family Foundation.
To celebrate World Fisheries Day, Blue Ventures’ partner Yapeka collaborated with the Ministry of Marine and Fisheries Affair (MMAF) to host a webinar, ‘The Portrait of Octopus Fisheries in Indonesia’.
Pramasty Ayu Koesdinar, Programme Coordinator at AKAR Foundation, shares her story of meeting Maryana, a committed wife, mother and octopus fisher from Indonesia
To mark World Octopus Day, Rayhan shares his story of an octopus data collection workshop with our Indonesian partner, Japesda