In May 2019, with support from USAID Oceans, the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) launched an electronic logbook, or “eLogbook,” application to improve its CDT system, digitally capture and compile data within the fisheries supply chain, and increase compliance with fishing regulations. This case study looks at the implementation of eLogbooks in Indonesia, including challenges, limitations, and opportunities.Read More Download
Technology Impacts: Business Benefits of Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability Technologies
USAID Oceans collaborated with fellow USAID program, the Seafood Alliance for Legality and Traceability (SALT) to develop this impact series to share experiences implementing eCDT tools that establish connectivity in remote and at-sea areas; provide mechanisms for data collection and transmission through the entire supply chain; and offer value-added user benefits, such as communication, safety, and business tools.Read More Download
Description: In 2017, Nutrindo joined USAID Oceans’ network of partners to establish full-chain electronic catch documentation and traceability (eCDT) for tuna products harvested in Southeast...
Learn more about the business benefits of “bait-to-plate” electronic traceability systems, as seen through USAID Oceans’ partner, Anova.Read More Download