UNIDO SMART-Fish Indonesia Programme and MDPI Support AP2HI in the Development of Traceability System

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In order to implement the sustainable fishing practice towards MSC Chain-of-Custody (CoC) standard, we need to develop robust traceability system along the fishing industry supply chains.  Most of AP2HI company members have established traceability system at some stage, as they

AP2HI Initiating Vessel Tracking System for Small Scale Fisheries

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Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) for vessels above 30 GT is a mandatory in Indonesia and AP2HI members have been complied and support the VMS implementation since beginning.  Beyond that, since the majority of AP2HI members are small scale fisheries (under

Assessment of Tuna Supply Chains Among AP2HI Members for MSC Chain of Custody


Peter Trott, experts traceability from Fishlistic pay a visit to AP2HI members during September – October 2016 AP2H. This project is a collaborative effort under funding from the Marine Stewardship Council funded Globel Fisheries Sustainability Fund. Peter Trott visit was facilitated

AP2HI Enhance the Capacity of Processing Staff and Fishermen in Maluku Province


To carry on the training program to AP2HI members, which was started with training of trainer, and then training of fishermen (in Bitung, Larantuka, Kendari, Sendang Biru and Sorong), now AP2HI continues to implement the training programs to the processing plant employees of PT. Aneka Sumber Tata

AP2HI Collaborates with STP Jakarta for One-by-One Tuna Fisheries


Pasar Minggu – AP2HI signed off MoU with Sekolah Tinggi Perikanan (STP) Jakarta in the framework of one-by-one tuna fisheries development, or for pole and line and hand-line fishery, as well as implementing the “Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi” or mission

Tuna Roundtable Discussed Obstacles on Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) Implementation in Indonesia

On 4 August 2016, ISSF (International Seafood Sustainability Foundation) held Tuna Roundtable in Bali. Jesse Marsh as the representative of the ISSF said Tuna Roundtable activity is similar to previous activities, FIP Workshop, except in Tuna Roundtable is more on

AP2HI Socialized its Program Progress in The South and South-East Asia Regional Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) Workshop

On the 2nd and 3rd of August 2016, The South and South-East Asia Regional Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) workshop was held in Bali, with the support from NGOs and various funding agencies (the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, Walton Family

PT. Harta Samudra Shared Their Success at the Economist Event: South-East Asia and Pacific Regional Fisheries Summit

The Economist Event: the South-East Asia and Pacific Regional Fisheries Summit was hosted by the Economist, with support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and the Walton Family Foundation at Shangri La Hotel, Jakarta, 27-28 July 2016. AP2HI proudly

AP2HI Support Important Indonesian Tuna Business Events

1 2 3 4 5 6 On 19-20 May 2016 over 200 participants gathered at the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel, Bali, for the 2nd Bali Tuna Conference (BTC) and 5th International Coastal Tuna Business Forum (ICTBF). The BTC event was

First FIP (Fishery Improvement Project) Meeting in 2016

FIP is crucially needed to improve the fisheries towards a more responsible and sustainable fisheries. In May 18th the first FIP-SC (Fishery Improvement Project-Steering Committee) meeting was held and initiated by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) at

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