Encouraging Coastal Women Participation in Fisheries Management in Indonesia
Coastal inhabitants life cycle in some areas in Indonesia are still have concerned with traditional cultural heritage. Rapidly development next to coastal land for varieties utilization, could be encouraged serious threatened for the sustainability of fisheries production. Issue related fisheries resources sustainability in Indonesia actually have long been realized by part of coastal communities, where both male and female inhabitant have always respected to keep and safe the resources. The Japanese fishermen household have used to implemented an annual coastal ceremonial, locally called Nadran. In more directly touch to resources arrangement sound are represent through the traditional communities-based related fisheries management in several areas in Indonesian water includes Panglima Laot ( Sea Commander in Aceh Province; Lubuk Larangan or Prohibited Fishing areas in North Sumatera; Lebak Lebung System in South Sumatera; Sasi in Mallucas and Macera at Tempe Lake, South Sulawesi). This paper would like to explore the coastal Women ability, condition and some constrain faced for their actively participation in fishing community development in Indonesia.
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