Indonesia Fair Trade program: 3 New Fishermen Associations in Seram

May 2016

Following the great success of the Fair Trade program in fishing communities in Buru, Seram and Ambon islands, MDPI in partnership with Harta Samudra and Anova are tirelessly working on bringing the Fair Trade principles and benefits to new fishing communities. Last month, 3 new fishermen associations were formed in North Seram, adding 47 fishermen to the program. These fishermen have now started studying the Fair Trade requirements and structure with the goal of becoming certified withing the next year. Let’s welcome these fishermen to the program!

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