Indonesia is the largest archipelago country in the world with a coastline length of around 95 000 km, the area of seawater reaches 5.8 million km2 and about 13 492 islands. Overall the potential of coastal and marine resources is the main source of growth and support to support sustainable development. An important aspect of fisheries management is the actors involved in the management process. These actors can be classified into 3 groups, namely government (government-based management), community (community-based management), and their cooperation (co-management).
Community-based fisheries management is a process of giving authority, responsibility, and supervision to the community to manage resources by paying attention to their needs, desires, goals, and aspirations. Sasi is a form of common (pool) resource management practice which has been implemented for generations in Ambon island, Maluku. One of local wisdom of Maluku is known as sasi. Sasi was a form of resources management based on local society. It has long been trusted as one of the most efficient traditional practices in maintaining the sustainability of resources in coastal areas.
ALCE ALBARTIN SAPULETTE
THE INSTITUTIONAL BASED FISHERIES’ RESOURCES MANAGEMENT OF AMBON ISLAND, INDONESIA
RJOAS (Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences)
Issues 3(87), March
2019, PP 320 – 324