Tag "fisheries"

APRI YOUTH INNOVATION 2023-2024 ANNOUNCEMENT

APRI (Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Association) is an organization that focuses on the sustainability of fisheries and the crab industry in Indonesia. Through APRI Youth Innovation 2023 & 2024, APRI opens opportunities for students throughout Indonesia to play a role

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Roundtable Discussion on Sustainable Seafood Product in Domestic Market by MMAF and MSC

Friday, June 9 2023. APRI also attended the “Roundtable Discussion on Sustainable Seafood Product in Domestic Market” organized by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Indonesia. This activity is discussion about sustainable product in domestic market with inviting all stakeholder who

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APRI Also Present at the KKP Legal Forum Activities

Activities organized by KKP in the city of Bandung on March 14-15 2023 directly by Ir. Bambang Arif Nugraha as APRI Expert Officer, This complete activity can be watched on the YouTube channel @kkpgoid #APRI #birohukum #kkp #rajungan #permenkp #programprioritas

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BKPM : Preparation of Strategic Investment in the Fisheries Sector

Friday, September 2, 2022 Follow-up activities related to the downstream strategic investment roadmap in the fisheries sector, especially in the crab fishery sector by BKPM (Investment Coordinating Board). This follow-up activity was divided into a regional coordination meeting and was

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The 2nd International Fisheries Transparency Initiative (FiTI) Conference

APRI attended the 2nd International Fisheries Transparency Initiative or FiTI. This event was held on April 27, 2017 at Bali by Ministry Of Marine Affairs ans Fisheries Indonesia (KKP). Miftahul Khair (APRI Admin) was attended this event. The theme of

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Hands on Training of Trainer on Control Document Implementation

  In order to follow up the Indonesian government regulations governing the minimum landing size of blue swimming crab, banning landing berried females, and banning mini-trawl gear then APRI, SFP and Crab Council held follow-up meeting in Surabaya on 28-30

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Control Document Training of Trainers

The Indonesian government has introduced new regulations governing the minimum landing size of blue swimming crab, banning landing berried females, and banning mini-trawl gear. If these regulations are complied with, then the best available modeling indicates typical BSC stocks will

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First BSC Regional FIP Conference

The first Regional Asian Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) Conference was conducted in Bangkok Thailand on November 17 -18, 2015. The conference was organized by The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) and 50in10 along with support from the Monterey

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Logbook and UVI Training

Building upon the successful creation of the multi-stakeholder DMC and successful implementation of data collection in mini-plants, IMACS engaged APRI to expand the availability of fishery data via self reporting by stakeholders, as a first step towards establishing auditable control

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APRI and SFP Control Document System

Since early 2015, APRI and SFP have been crafting and trialing a Control Document (CD) system. In order to strengthen compliance among producers and facilitate the supply chain’s accountability, traceability and verification; SFP has recommended the adoption of Control Documents

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