This report seeks to aggregate the best available data and provide light analysis on marine fisheries statistics and trends in Indonesian politics, policy, and government priorities to provide an evidence base for stakeholders. The importance of sound data was the impetus for the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to commission this report by CEA. The Packard Foundation has been engaged in marine conservation grantmaking in Indonesia since 1999. Through two decades of in-country experience, it has observed the role of sound data in informing decision-making. Having access to regularly updated, valid information not only facilitates decision-making but also can help to streamline collaboration across partners.
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