usaid sea virtual symposium series 2020
sea lessons learned

26 OCTOBER - 18 NOVEMBER

usaid sea virtual symposium series 2020
sea lessons learned

500+
Attendes
8
Sessions
56+
Speakers

The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) and USAID Sustainable Ecosystems Advanced (USAID SEA) Project are proud to host the Virtual Symposium Series 2020: SEA Lessons Learned which aims to review the experiences and knowledge generated through the implementation of the USAID SEA Project (2016–2021).

The theme of the virtual symposium is "Indonesia Fisheries and Marine Biodiversity Will not Survive Integrated and Holistic Management Approaches”.

Eight exploratory discussion sessions will draw upon the insights of panelists from national and local governments, experts and academia, development organizations, and community members to share valuable lessons in the fields of:

SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES
MPAs & MPA NETWORKS
COASTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
FISHERIES & MARINE CONSERVATION GOVERNANCE

Opening and Welcoming Address

John Doe

Prof. Ir. R. Sjarief Widjaja. Ph. D., Frina

Head of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and Human Resources Agency (BRSDM - MMAF)
John Doe

Jason Seuc

Deputy Director of the Environment Office, USAID Indonesia
John Doe

Dr. Alan T. White

Chief of Party, USAID SEA

Session Guide

SEGMENT DATE/TIME (UTC+7) SESSION
SEGMENT 1 Monday, October 26th 2020
01:00 - 01:30 PM
Opening and Introductions
Monday, October 26th 2020
01:30 - 04:00 PM
Fisheries Data Collection — The basis for EAFM
Tuesday, October 27th 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Analyzing Fisheries Data — Keeping it Simple
Tuesday, November 3rd 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Communicating Stock Assessments for Fisheries Management — Essential for Sustainability
Thursday, November 5th 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Building a Resilient Stock Assessment System for Fisheries Management System
SEGMENT 2 Tuesday, November 10th 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Marine Protected Areas for Biodiversity Conservation and Enhanced Fisheries
Wednesday, November 11th 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Marine Spatial Planning — Essential for Planning Marine Resource Use
Tuesday, November 17th 2020
01:00 - 03:30 PM
Compliance with Fisheries Laws requires Education, Behavior Change and Champions
Wednesday, November 18th 2020
01:00 - 04:00 PM
Integration Essential for SEA Success — Lessons Learned and What Next

Panelist

Segment 1 Session 1 - 26 October 2020
John Doe

Dr. Erfind Nurdin S.Pi., M.Si.

Head of the Research Institute for Marine Fisheries (BRPL)

Topic: e-BRPL Methodologies and Focal Fisheries, The Importance of Data and Science in Fisheries Management and the Role of BRPL.
John Doe

Syahril Abd. Raup, S.T., M. Si.

Deputy Director of Monitoring and Analysis, Directorate of Fisheries - PSDI

Topic: Logbooks and Capture Fisheries Observers – Important elements of data collection.
John Doe

Prof. Dr. Indra Jaya

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sience, IPB University, Chair of Komnas Kajiskan, 2016-2019

Topic: Vessel Tracking Systems for Coastal Fisheries – Why do we need to track and understand fishing effort?
John Doe

Saut Tampubolon

Fisheries Policy Advisor, Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI)

Topic: Community with Industry Support in Tuna Fisheries to Achieve Community Fair Trade and MSC Certification the Benefits of Communities Collecting Their Data
Segment 1 Session 2 - 27 Ocktober 2020
John Doe

Dr. Purwanto

USAID SEA Project, Senior Sustainable Fisheries Advisor

Topic: Stock Methodologist and Models through the Lens of Small Pelagic Fisheries
John Doe

Dr. Lilis Sadiyah

Center for Fisheries Research, MMAF

Topic: Why standardizing protocols and methods is so important. The case of using catch per unit effort (CPUE) to support tuna harvest strategies in Indonesia’s archipelagic waters.
John Doe

Dr. Jason Cope

Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA Fisheries, USA

Topic: Alternative Stock Assessment Methods Given Indonesia’s Complexity – Data Limited Methods.
John Doe

Dr. Hawis Madduppa

IPB University and Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Association (APRI)

Topic: Why Delineating the Boundaries of Stocks is Essential for Management: Genetic studies and length-based methods for the blue swimming crab.
Segment 1 Session 3 - 3 November 2020
John Doe

Prof. Dr. Indra Jaya

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sience, IPB University, Chair of Komnas Kajiskan, 2016-2019

Topic: The Indonesian Traffic Light System and Species Groupings in Stock Assessment: Simplifying Indonesia's Complexity with the Resources Available
John Doe

Dr. Erik Franklin

Hawaii Institue of Marine Biology,University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA

Topic: Ensuring High Scientific Standards: Peer Review of Stock Assessment in the U.S. Western Pacific Region
John Doe

Dr. Campbell Davies

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, CSIRO, Australia

Topic: Harvest Strategies in Data-rich Fisheries
John Doe

Dr. Jeremy Prince

Biospherics, Australia

Topic: Harvest Strategies in Data-poor Fisheries
Segment 1 Session 4 - 5 November 2020
John Doe

Dr. Irna Sari

EAFM Task Leader, USAID SEA

Topic: The SEA Approach – EAFM lessons learned.
John Doe

Dr. Fayakun Satria, M.App.Sc.

Research Institute for Marine Fisheries (BRPL) MMAF

Topic: The BRPL Road Map 2030: Gaps and opportunities.
John Doe

Dr. Luky Adrianto, M.Sc.

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, IPB University and Chair of the Indonesian Fisheries and Marine Sciences University Network

Topic: The Fisheries Curriculum and Centers of Excellence
John Doe

Stuart Green

USAID SEA

Topic: A Summary of Lessons Learned: Data collection, stock assessment analysis, and priorities for building a resilient road map.
Segment 2 Session 1 - 10 November 2020
John Doe

Amehr Hakim

Deputy Director, Directorate Marine Biodiversity and Conservation, KKHL-MMAF)

Topic: The National Plan for MPAs.
John Doe

M. Buyung Radjiloen, M.Si.

Head of DKP North Maluku

Topic: Building a Strong MPA Network in North Maluku.
John Doe

Dr. Abdul Haris Anwar

Head of DKP Maluku

Topic: Supporting MPAs for Enhanced Fisheries.
John Doe

Jacobis Ayomi

Head of DKP West Papua

Topic: The West Papua MPA Network
Segment 2 Session 2 - 11 November 2020
John Doe

Dr. Krishna Samudera

Head of Sub-Directorate of Zoning Area, MMAF

Topic: Marine Spatial: Laying the Foundations for Fisheries Management
John Doe

Dr. Abdul Haris Anwar

Head of Maluku Marine and Fisheries Agency

Topic: Provincial Planning in Maluku - Process and Benefits
John Doe

Iwan Kurniawan, ST.MM.

Ministry of Home Affairs

Topic: The Essential Role of the Village.
Segment 2 Session 3 - 17 November 2020
John Doe

Pung Nugroho Saksono, A.Pi., MM.

Director of Vessel Operation Monitoring, Directorate General Marine and Fisheries Resources Surveillance, PSDKP - MMAF

Topic: National Perspective of the Design of Marine and Fisheries Surveillance Management of the Local Level - Lessons from the USAID SEA Project to Support Realizing Design
John Doe

M. Buyung Radjiloen, M.Si.

Head of DKP North Maluku

Topic: Applying Co-management in Dealing with Surveillance Complexity in Provincial Waters: Positive lessons from the SEA Project that supported the role of DKP.
John Doe

Isba B. Sehe

Head of Pokmaswas Kie Ruru, South Halmahera

Topic: Dynamics and Lessons in Strengthening SISWASMAS and Pokmaswas under the SEA Project.
Segment 2 Session 4 - 18 November 2020
John Doe

Heather D’Agnes / Wuryati Morris

Walton Family Foundation

Topic: Trends in Fisheries and Marine Conservation Driving Need for Integration and Collaboration in Marine Resource Management.
John Doe

Christina Yuni Kusmiati

Governance Advisor, USAID SEA

Topic: Evolving Roles of Governance to Achieve Effective Fisheries Management
John Doe

Dr. Firdaus Agung

Head of Sub-Directorate for Conservation Infrastructure, Facilities and Partnership , KKHL - MMAF

Topic: Linking Management of Fisheries Resources and Marine Biodiversity Conservation: The Role of Protected Areas
John Doe

Dr. Irna Sari

Sustainable Fisheries Advisor, USAID SEA

Topic: What Will it Take to Manage an FMA?
John Doe

Dr Alan T. White

Chief of Party, USAID SEA

Topic: Lessons Learned Summary – A synopsis of the virtual symposium