Fishermen to get training on alternative livelihoods
The Jakarta Post
Fisherman: KOMPAS/P RADITYA MAHENDRA YASASome 2,400 fishermen in Yogyakarta province are expected to attend trainings on alternative livelihoods such as fish breeding, fish processing and marketing offered to help them survive the economic hardships resulting from global warming.
“The same trainings will also be held in other marine regions including in Sulawesi, Maluku, East Nusa Tenggar...
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