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Indonesia Partners Gather for Integrated Stakeholder Consultation Workshop

Following the completion of four in-depth research studies in USAID Oceans’ program learning site of Bitung, Indonesia, USAID Oceans convened an Integrated Stakeholder Consultation Workshop in Manado, Indonesia, July 19-21, 2017. At the event, USAID Oceans presented research results to participants and validated the studies’ findings and began the Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan (SFMP) development process…

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Making Connections to Combat IUU Fishing

USAID Oceans considers public-private partnerships to be critical to their mission to combat illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. As such, its dedicated Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) team recently traveled to Boston for the annual Seafood Expo North America, March 11-13, 2017. The Seafood Expo draws thousands of buyers and suppliers...

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Philippines Stakeholder Validation Workshop Proceedings

Workshop Proceedings from the February 2017, USAID Oceans stakeholder validation workshop in General Santos City, South Cotabato, Philippines to validate the results of subcontracted studies as well as proceed with the development of the Sustainable Fisheries Management Plan (SFMP).

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Indonesia Labor Analysis Summary

Summary findings from Oceans’ study on the labor profile of Indonesia fisheries, with a particular focus on Bitung. The study was undertaken by Verité, global non-profit organization...

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What We Do

USAID Oceans is working to combat IUU fishing and enhance South East Asia’s fisheries through a multi-prong approach that takes into account the complexities of the issue and the people that it impacts.

Where Oceans Works

To support regional expansion and capacity building, USAID Oceans has adopted a tiered approach for support, categorizing countries into ‘Learning Sites’ and ‘Expansion Sites.’