The PT Citraraja Ampat, Sorong pole-and-line Skipjack and Yellowfin Tuna fishery’s progress towards the Marine Stewardship Council standard will provide an invaluable foundation for traditional fishing communities in the Western Central Pacific Ocean
30th June 2017
IPNLF’s Managing Director Martin Purves explores why robust traceability is essential for small-scale fisheries and the emerging initiatives improving supply chain transparency
24th May 2017
FIS monitors catch logbooks, fish purchase information, fishing vessel licence information and catch certificates
4th November 2016
International Pole & Line Foundation and Furuno USA partner on trial of bird-tracking radar technology in sustainable tuna fisheries
19th September 2016
Exciting update from the Maldives team on the ongoing one-by-one tuna fisheries research progress.
22nd February 2016
Discover more about our partner Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia (MDPI), and the importance of collaboration in developing small-scale sustainable fisheries.
7th January 2016
Find out about the outcomes of the recent WCPFC meetings from Adam Baske, IPNLF’s Special Advisor for Policy and Advocacy.
21st December 2015
From April to the end of August 2015, Daphne de Groot travelled from her home in Wageningen, Netherlands, to Jakarta, Indonesia, to work as an intern for IPNLF, setting up a baitfish monitoring programme for the Indonesian one-by-one tuna fisheries. Read Daphne’s blog to learn about her experience and the innovative baitfish monitoring scheme.
30th November 2015
International Pole & Line Foundation supported Fishermen’s Community and Training Centre launches National Skipper Training Curriculum, for pole-and-line tuna fishers in the Maldives
8th March 2015
Two students from the Fishermen’s Community and Training Centre in the Maldives have returned from their time spent fishing in the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified North Pacific albacore tuna fishery, in association with the International Pole & Line Foundation.
25th October 2014
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