This new economy will increase the productivity, inclusivity, and sustainability of Indonesia’s seafood sector by fostering innovation, scaling solutions, supporting women in leadership and entrepreneurship, and increasing market demand for sustainable seafood products.
Some of the challenges in the sector include:
The future economies of Indonesia’s seafood sector are built through communities of collaboration and innovation.
Together with the community, SIP addresses the challenges faced by the sector through five integrated programs: Accelerator and Incubator Program, Landing Pad Program, Gender Inclusion Program, Market Demand Program, Investment Access Program.Read More
If you are passionate about realising a sustainable seafood sector in Indonesia, there are several ways to join the program:
Our first accelerator program is ongoing, with a cohort of six Innovators participating. Explore opportunities to support them in growing their impact.
While we aren’t currently open for applications. Register your interest here to hear about it first.
We are growing a community committed to improving the seafood sector. We have co-designed an initial framework on how we can move forward together. Click here to join our community.
Di Batu Putih, kira-kira 1 jam dari Pelabuhan Bitung, Sulawesi Utara, Elsje Takarendehang memulai harinya pukul 3 pagi untuk menyelesaikan pekerjaan rumah sebelum pergi melaut. Setelah anak-anak berangkat sekolah pukul 7 pagi, Elsje pergi melaut dan kembali pada sore hari.
In Batu Putih, about 1 hour from the Bitung Harbor, North Sulawesi, Elsje Takarendehang starts the day at 3 am to finish her housework before going out to sea to fish. After the children leave for school at 7 am, Elsje goes out to fish and returns in the afternoon.
Today, SecondMuse is proud to partner with USAID Oceans and Fisheries Partnership to launch ‘Indonesian Women in Fisheries’, a campaign to increase public awareness on the importance of women’s role in the seafood sector.