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.
In February this year, we selected six Innovators to join the Seafood Innovation Project and participate in an eight-month accelerator program. Now at the end of that journey, we take this opportunity to reflect on the successes and learnings of the program.
The exciting weekend is finally here! After an intense two days and a 24-hour hacking marathon to solve real traceability problems in the industry, we’ve finally arrived at the conclusion of the event.
With the Trackathon being only two weeks away, we would like to share some exciting updates.
As the second biggest seaweed producer in the world, Indonesia is contributing to 38% of the growing global seaweed market.
We are very proud to partner with Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability and USAID Oceans to organise the Traceability Hackathon (Trackathon) in Bali on October 26-27.