Indonesian fishers to benefit from eco ice-makers

Indonesian fishers in remote communities are set to benefit from a solar-powered ice maker

Source: IPNLF

New solar-powered ice-making machines will help safeguard tuna quality produced at remote Indonesian communities

A new project is under way to provide solar-powered ice-making machines to remote fishing communities in east Indonesia to help safeguard the quality of yellowfin tuna.

The initiative is run by the International Pole and Line Foundation’s (IPNLF) local branch, Yayasan IPNLF Indonesia, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ Indonesia).

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