Capacity Building Fisheries Development Indonesia

Capacity Building Fisheries Development Indonesia

The Jakarta Fisheries University (STP) and the University of Tasmania (UTas) have commenced a 3-year project with the primary aim of strengthening STP in the areas of productivity, innovation and sustainability.

Seafood Product Development Indonesia

Seafood Product Development Indonesia

Dr McShane has worked closely with MMAF and the Indonesian knowledge sector to develop this course responsive to Indonesia’s policy objectives (Sovereignty, Sustainability, and Prosperity) and sustainable utilisation of Indonesia’s aquatic living resources.

Sustainable Fisheries Management Bali Indonesia

Sustainable Fisheries Management Indonesia

Fishing supports the day to day wellbeing of millions of Indonesians. Fisheries are mostly small scale, family-based operations with small vessels, many unpowered. There is an opportunity, through developing Indonesia’s living marine resources in a sustainable manner, for improved economic outcomes. This will assist Indonesia’s focus on poverty reduction and improve the livelihood and wellbeing of millions of its citizens.