Recent development of coastal resource management projects in Indonesia
Coastal Community Development and Fisheries Resources Management is six-year innovative joint project, between Government of Indonesia and the Asian Development Bank. Objectives of the project are 1) to promote sustainable management of coastal fisheries resources; 2) to reduce poverty in the coastal areas by providing opportunities for increasing the living standards of coastal communities. The success of fisheries management depends on the degree to which people participate and accept their role as partners in the decision making process. The institution framework is elements of co-management partnerships linking communities, fishermen, government and other fishing sectors together in the fisheries management process.
Inderasari, L., & Widjajanti, E. (2003). Recent development of coastal resource management projects in Indonesia. In Proceedings of the Toward Further Development of Coastal Resource Management: Lessons gained through Locally Based Coastal Resource Management in Pathew District, Chumporn Province, Thailand (pp. 209-212). Samut Prakan, Thailand: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.