APRI share about the world of BSC fisheries to college students

APRI share about the world of BSC fisheries to college students

by April 2, 2018 0 comments

APRI  share about the world of Blue Swimming Crab (local name Rajungan) Fisheries to college students of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) and Diponegoro University. This event was held on Sunday March 25, 2018 in Department of Marine Science and Technology, Faculty of Fisheries and Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University organized by Student Association of Marine Science and Technology called HIMITEKA IPB. Dr. Hawis Madduppa as APRI Executive Director was invited as speaker in this event. He was present about  the role of marine and fishery students for the BSC Fishery Improvement Program (FIP) in Indonesia.

The BSC FIP itself focuss on Changing fishing practices more friendly (it does not catch small crabs, lay eggs, raise stocks and develop policies to protect and preserve bsc), Establish a fisheries management plan, including human resources that can protect the nursery ground and control the document, Implement FIP Workplan, including RPP Rajungan, community-based management, spawning and nursery ground.

Various activities implemented by APRI to improve the FIP’s such as Stock assessment activities with enumerators placement in several location in Indonesia to collect biological BSC data, NTS (Non Target Species) to identify by catch from BSC Capturing Activities, Habitat and Ecosystems Impact to determine the genetic diversity and the connectivity of the population (Portunuspelagicus) in different parts of Indonesia and its implications for sustainable BSC fisheries, Document Control activities to improve the traceability systems, Co Management of The Fishery, Mapping Supply chain to identify the network of miniplants supplying each processor and verify the data gathered so far by industry and government in mapping out all the blue swimming supply chains in as much detail as possible to have better knowledge needed to implement Control Document, fishing gear swap to support the regulation of government and disseminate management catching BSC that are environmentally friendly and sustainable also Contribute to the government program to distribute more selective gears for the small-scale fishers and many other activities to support the FIP’s.

The participants looked very enthusiastic about this activity.Sseen from the many good questions posed by participants to Dr. Hawis Madduppa. Expected from this activity the students can understand the world of BSC fisheries in the future in order to help improve the BSC fishery in Indonesia

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