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Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Course in Honduras

CSF Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Program Fellows Honduras MAR

MAR-L Fellows with course organizers and instructors. Photo credit: FMCN

Announcing the 2017 Indonesia Marine Fellows

CSF Marine Fellowship Program Indonesia

MFP Finalists at the January Workshop in Bogor. Photo credit: Adil Firdaus

We are pleased to announce the 2017 Indonesia Marine Fellows! Congratulations to the six selected candidates:

Reny Puspasari
Climate Variability Impact To Sardine Fisheries In Bali Strait and Its Economic Consequences

Widhya Nugroho Satrioadjie
Investment in obtaining information of unreported catch and FADs: preparation/compliance on traceability fisheries system

Akhmad Solihin

In search of Indonesia's emerging fisheries and marine economists: CSF & FPIK-IPB Marine Fellowship Program

CSF Marine Fellowship Program Indonesia

Photo credit: Jason Lai

The Marine Fellowship Program (MFP), a collaboration between Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) and the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences at Bogor Agricultural University (FPIK-IPB), will support six talented analysts in the field of fisheries and marine economics. The selected fellows will start their research in February 2017.

Marine Fellowship Finalists Announced

CSF Marine Fellowship Program

 

CSF Indonesia would like to thank all the applicants to the Marine Fellowship Program (MFP). We received many excellent applications, and are proud to announce the 18 finalists whose project titles are listed below:

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Value chain mapping results presented in Northern Brazil

On September 30th and 31st, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and CSF presented the first results of the “Sustainable Fisheries in the Amazon Coast Project" to our partners in São Luís, Brazil. Sixty representatives from government, universities, the private sector, civil society, associations, cooperatives, fishermen groups, trade unions, and the implementing partners attended the meeting.

CSF Encontro Parceiros São Luís Cadeias de ValorFernanda Alvarenga introducing CSF´s work.

A Trip to Salgado Paraense, the World’s Largest Continuous Mangrove

CSF GEF Mangues Pará
Scarlet ibis (Eudocimus ruber) in a mangrove tree

In May 2016, staff from the CSF Brazil team travelled to the Salgado Paraense region, located on the northern coast of the state of Pará.  Their goal was to collect important information as part of our project on the sustainability of mangrove ecosystems. This project seeks to sensitize the government and society to the benefits these ecosystems provide, and make recommendations about economic instruments that could be used to promote financial sustainability of protected areas.