Socialization on the Aquaculture Improvement Program Management Transition to YSAI

Banyuwangi – On Tuesday, December 1, Yayasan Sustainaqua Indonesia (YSAI) held a meeting with Shrimp Club Indonesia (SCI) Banyuwangi to socialize the transition of the Aquaculture Improvement Program (AIP) team management into YSAI, which previously managed by Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. That transition aims to get more flexibility for any activities in the field. Since 2012, SCI has been becoming a […]


YSAI was appointed to be consultant for shrimp farm development in Indramayu. On that work, a total area of 1.5 ha were constructed into 10 shrimp ponds with width of 750 m2 each,  and using artesian well as the main water source.

Research and Field Survey

In 2017, YSAI conducted survey to assess the potential and technology used at shrimp farm on four islands in Indonesia; Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi. The overall purposes of the survey were: To assess the shrimp productivity To identify the technology used at shrimp farm   To collect the information on energy used at farm, during farm construction and growing period […]

Fishery household empowerment

Fishery Household Empowerment

In 2015, YSAI carried out training that targeting farmer’s wife, which was held in 9 provinces in Indonesia. The training is focusing on the capacity building of farmer family to be able supporting the household economy. Skills on product processing from aquaculture commodities such as milkfish, seaweed, shrimp, also mangrove seed was taught, resulted into fish meatball, nugget, jelly, soft […]

Training Sustainaqua

Training and Assistance

In 2015, in partnership with SFP, Walmart Foundation, IDH, and local communities carried out training of Best Aquaculture Practices to 10,000 traditional farmers from 9 provinces in Indonesia; Aceh, North Sumatra, Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java, West Kalimantan, West Sulawesi, and South Sulawesi. In the following year, 2016, working with similar organizations, YSAI conducted  training on zonal management […]