Fishing and Living Program Move On in 2013 with the support of USAID IMACS Project

In February 2013, Fishing and Living Program will receive a grant from USAID to expand the Fishing and Living Program Data Collection and Observer Program to 6 remote small scale tuna fisheries sites in East Indonesia.

The program will complement the other previous sites of Lombok and Bone.  With the support from local processor and Government of Indonesia and American people through USAID we will one step to support the strengthening of Indonesia tuna data for stock assessment.

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