February 2013

BESTTuna visit to Lombok site_1BESTTuna Program from Wageningen University of the Netherlands visited Fishing and Living site in Lombok to learn about initiative and also advise the Fishing and Living team regarding the update fisheries approach.  The BESTTuna team members are Dr. Simon Bush and Dr. Megan Bailey.


August 2012

We have a very strong partnership with Wageningen University and Indonesia Institute of Agriculture to work under their program called BESTuna. The program is designed to cover extensive research concerning tuna fisheries in Indonesia.

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