USAID Oceans Announces Selection of Newest Grantees to Leverage eCDT Data for Improved Fisheries Management

15 Jan, 2019 | Feature Article, Project Update

In December, USAID Oceans selected two grantees to support its work to leverage eCDT data to improve fisheries management. Two grantees were selected in the program’s Indonesia and the Philippines learning sites, Masyarakat dan Perikanan (MDPI) in Indonesia and Mindanao State University Naawan Foundation for Science and Technology Development, Inc. (MSUNFSTDI) in the Philippines, to undertake data analysis that can be shared with all ASEAN member countries to inform traceability initiatives across the region.

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Our Ocean 2018: USAID Oceans Partners Pledge Commitments to Sustainability, Traceability, Maritime Security

12 Dec, 2018 | Feature Article, Project Update

On October 29-30, 2018, USAID Oceans joined members of government, private sector, and philanthropists in Bali, Indonesia for the fifth Our Ocean Conference. Commitments made by USAID Oceans partners, including the Government of Indonesia, illustrate a growing commitment across the public and private sectors to protect Southeast Asia’s waters and its global resources.

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USAID Oceans Brings Additional Vessels “Online” in Indonesia CDT Pilot

15 Nov, 2018 | Feature Article, Project Update

USAID Oceans conducted a second installment of at-sea data capture technology and provided technical assistance to its First Mover partners in Bitung during October 22- 26, 2018. The installed Pointrek technology is a two-way communication vessel monitoring system (VMS) with real-time catch reporting that enables fishers to capture seafood traceability data directly at its point of catch.

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PRESS RELEASE: USAID Oceans and Southeast Asian seafood market leaders talk value of seafood sustainability, traceability

27 Aug, 2018 | Feature Article, Press Release

LOS ANGELES, August 27, 2018 – Today, global seafood industry and government leaders gathered in Los Angeles to take part in an event organized by the U.S. Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia called the “Oceans Dialogue: Expanding Collaboration for Our Oceans” that focused on sustainable fishing and marine pollution.

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