Project final report

SRA Small-scale fisheries in Indonesia: benefits to households, the roles of women, and opportunities for improving livelihoods - final report

Date released
11 May 2018
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Professor Neil Loneragan, School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Murdoch University and Associate Professor Natasha Stacey, Research Institute of Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University Project Partner Country Collaborators: Dr Budy Wiryawan, Department of Marine Fisheries, Bogor Agricultural University Dr Dedi Adhuri, Research Center for Society and Culture, LIPI Assoc. Project Contributors: Associate Professor Carol Warren, Murdoch University Dr Ria Fitriana, RIEL/Charles Darwin University Ms Emily Gibson, RIEL/Charles Darwin University Dr Dirk Steenbergen, ANCORS/University of Wollongong (Adjunct to RIEL/Charles Darwin University) Dr Putu Liza Kusuma Mustika (‘Icha’), James Cook University Dr Vanessa Jaiteh, Murdoch University Ms Ratna Fadilah, Blue Forests, Makassar, Indonesia


This project reviewed information and methodologies for evaluating how small-scale fisheries and aquaculture contribute to household livelihoods in Indonesian coastal communities and review the roles of women in small-scale fisheries.

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