As one of the recognised commodities that sustains tens of thousands of households along the Indonesian coastline, the government is seeking informed solutions to expand and modernise the seaweed industry.
The new and first railway line in the province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia was initially proposed for freight and industrial mobilisation but its function can be further expanded to include public transport and boost various economic sectors, including ecotourism.
Early work in using satellite imagery to map seaweed production has shown there is potential for the information to be used to Read more
Examining skill gaps and participation of young women in the food processing industry in South Sulawesi
The economic gender gap and the need to improve employment opportunities for young people are two major challenges in the province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia and the PAIR study identifies several contributing factors.
Despite being the largest seaweed producer in Indonesia, the exports from the province of South Sulawesi still fall short of global demand. This report helps to understand the ongoing supply chain ecosystem and how it can be improved to create a fairer trade and generate further revenue at local and national levels.
Understanding the livelihoods and aspirations of young people in the face of agrarian change and development in South Sulawesi
This report presents a detailed analysis and overview of the livelihoods, skills, education and aspirations of rural young people in the Maros Read more
Coming soon, our major report on the seaweed industry in a major production area in Indonesia. Key points The creation of a Read more