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Walton Family Foundation: Women are becoming agents of change in Indonesian fisheries

Walton Family Foundation: Women are becoming agents of change in Indonesian fisheries
26
Mar

In a blog co-authored by Heather D’Agnes, Senior Programme Officer of the Environment Programme at the Walton Family Foundation and Roosa Sibarani, Outreach Programmes Manager at Blue Ventures, readers have the opportunity to learn about the role of women in Indonesia’s artisanal fisheries. 

On Darawa Island, where Blue Ventures’ partner organisation FORKANI support the community to develop community-led approaches to fisheries management, women play a central role in local conservation efforts.


Read the full story ‘Women are becoming agents of change in Indonesian Fisheries’

Meet Yanti and Nusi, two of the women leading FORKANI’s locally led conservation work in Indonesia


We would like to thank the Walton Family Foundation for supporting our work advancing and scaling a model for effective community-led small-scale octopus fisheries management in Indonesia.


 

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