Indonesia, (particularly North Maluku Province) is the center of the world marine biodiversity with 76% of global coral species, 37% of global coral fish species. 69 % of the province total area (145,819.1km²) is composed of territorial waters with 3, 104 km coastline.
The USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (USAID SEA) Project is a five-year project (2016-2021) that supports the Government of Indonesia to improve the governance of fisheries and marine resources and to conserve biological diversity PDF USAID SEA Project-InfographicRead More
Maluku Province has 1,412 islands, approximately 1,324 km2 of coral reefs, and 1,323 km2 mangroves. The abundant marine resources in the Province have made marine and fisheries the leading sector and prime mover of the Maluku’s regional economic development. USAID SEA Project key-activities under the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) component aim to overcome...Read More
Located in the North Western region of Papua Island with more than 2,500 islands spreading across 22.5 million ha, West Papua Province is the global epicenter of the world’s marine biodiversity. It hosts over 600 of the world’s species of reef forming corals and more than 1,700 coral reef fish species. It is home of...Read More