Indonesia, an archipelago country that is the center of the world’s marine biodiversity.
As the country with the second longest coastline in the world, the coastal ecosystem in Indonesia is currently under threat.
Starting from increasing sea surface temperature, as well as pollution, destructive fisheries, infrastructure development in coastal areas, and conversion of mangrove land.
The wealth of our fisheries and marine resource potentials needs to be maintained.
In order to continue to provide livelihoods for fishermen and coastal communities who depend on the oceans for their livelihoods.
We believe that coastal communities can take the lead in environmental conservation efforts
for sustainable management of fishery and marine resources.
We work with coastal communities and partners to design and implement practical steps to protect our oceans for future generations.
Our approach is simple: to start with listening to the communities and partners.
By listening, together, we can map sustainable solutions, for the dream of a sustainable coastal management in the future.