LINI have been working with the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) since 2013 to implement fisheries improvement projects across Indonesia. In order to implement the projects in Indonesia, the SFP work closely with LINI. Acting as secretariat, LINI’s role is to disseminate information about the FIPs, ensure FIP progress is monitored and updated on the website, facilitate regular meetings and manage promotion of FIPs to a wider audience, with the aim to encourage new participants.
During the last 4 years, our reef restoration program and capacity building program at the LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre at Les village, have received welcome support from our supporters in the UK, the Independent Aquatic Imports and Maidenhead Aquatics partners. During the last visit in November 2017, we received a one-year supply of water quality test kits, which relieved us from the burden of the high costs of purchasing these test kits from overseas. During the visit, Fishkeeper Scotland came up with the idea of fund raising for our reef restoration efforts, to support us in helping to build more reef structures.
LINI receives support from Maidenhead Aquatics (https://fishkeeper.co.uk/) This support will enable us to to expand our reef restoration project and to develop our marine conservation and sustainable aquaculture training programs at the LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre in Les village, North Bali.
LINI receives support from Independent Aquatic Imports UK (http://www.aquaticimports.com/). This support will enable us to to expand our reef restoration project and to develop our marine conservation and sustainable aquaculture training programs at the LINI Aquaculture and Training Centre in Les village, North Bali.
LINI collaborates with Indofishclub to reach out to the hobbyists and the industry in Indonesia to spread the words on our efforts to conduct reef conservation and to support sustainable marine ornamental fishery in Indonesia.