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Category: Sustaining Urban Food Systems

Title: Less Fish Loss Supporting Better Nutrition through Innovative Partnership

IPLAN, an innovative alliance, founded by GAIN Indonesia, has increased the supply of fish and fish products for Indonesia’s population. It facilitates dialogue and collaboration between fish supply chain actors and government to identify bottlenecks and source sustainable, local innovations to reduce the 25-35% loss of fish prior to market. Members are small and medium-sized enterprises who produce, process and distribute fish/fish products; academics, civil society and government officials. IPLAN supports business-to-business and -to-government engagement to scale up distribution and utilisation of innovations that reduce food loss and energy use, increase access to food markets, and create economic benefits. IPLAN mentorship, training, innovation challenges, seed funding and business development have supported entrepreneurs to increase fish-based food products supply and promote innovations in cold-chain distribution. IPLAN Alliance became an independent national association in July

Agnes A. Mallipu
Phone +62 21 5795 6031
Mobile +62 812 699 2216
amallipu@gainhealth.org
www.gainhealth.org
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Jl. HR Rasuna Said Blok X-2 Kav.6 Jakarta 12950, Indonesia