Project achievements and policy recommendations for Indonesia
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The Strategies for Trawl Fisheries Bycatch Management (REBYC-II CTI) Project was implemented in Indonesia, together with other participating countries, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, aiming to address some challenges on trawl fisheries management by promoting sustainable fishing practices and improving fisheries management. The Project contributes to more sustainable use of fisheries resources and healthier marine ecosystems in Indonesian waters by reducing non-sustainable bycatch and other fishing impacts from trawl fisheries. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) was the Global Environment Facility (GEF) agency for the Project that was funded jointly by GEF and the implementing and executing partners. The regional project implementation partner was the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) through its Training Department in Thailand.
Project achievements and policy recommendations for Indonesia in Strategies for trawl fisheries bycatch management project. (n.d.). Indonesia
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