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Title: Indonesia: Digital Inovation
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Indonesian fish farmers are using innovative fish feeding technologies to save costs and increase production.

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Keywords: fao, united nations, food and agriculture organization of the united nations, fao.org, Agenda2030, #Agenda2030, GlobalGoals, #GlobalGoals, SDGs, #SDGs, sustainable coastal fisheries, artisanal small-scale fisheries, empowering women in fisheries value chains, biodiversity, sustainability, Indonesia, fishers, fish workers, fish processors
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Date Created: 12/08/2022 00:00:00
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Indonesian fish farmers are using innovative fish feeding technologies to save costs and increase production.

 

In the West Java province of the country, a local aquaculture startup has developed a digital fish feeding system that consists of an auto feeder controlled by a mobile app.

 

The auto feeder feeds fish with the right frequency and with the correct amount of food. Using the mobile application, farmers remotely monitor and control the feeding process and intervene in case of a problem.

 

Edy Prasetyo a 53-year-old fish farmer, and father of three, has recently adopted the auto feeder on his farm in Indramayu, after having used traditional systems for more than twenty years.

 

SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Edy Prasetyo, fish farmer:

 

“It makes our jobs easier, especially when it rains. There’s a lot of positive impact after implementing digitalization. We can feed the fish from home using the auto feeder app.”

 

As feed costs 70 percent of the farming expenses, farmers are using auto feeders to reduce feed waste and management costs.

 

Fish grow bigger and faster on farms that use the digital feeding systems, increasing productivity and ensuring that enough nutritious food is available for the local population. Farmers’ livelihoods are improving.

 

Aquatic food plays a crucial role in ensuring food security in the country, contributing to half or more of the total animal protein intake for Indonesians, according to the latest Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) report on the State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture.

 

SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Edy Prasetyo, fish farmer:

 

“Of course, our income increased. That is thanks to the precision and accuracy of the automated feeder, which is an improvement compared with feeding the fish manually.”

 

Mobile apps and digitalization have shown their potential in improving production also in the agricultural sector.

 

In Ciwidey, West Java, the Al-Ittifaq Boarding School is teaching young farmers how to use wireless irrigation systems that allow more efficient and sustainable use of water. More than 60 boarding schools in Indonesia have followed this example.

 

SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Setia Irawan, CEO of Al-Ittiqaf Cooperative:

 

“The increase in productivity doubled when compared to conventional methods.”

 

The technology allows scheduling and controlling irrigation through a mobile app. The systems that consist of sensors adjust water quantity according to the moisture in the soil, avoiding water waste.

 

SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Setia Irawan, CEO of Al-Ittiqaf Cooperative:

 

“The result is we can reduce water consumption up to 80-85 percent.”

 

In Indonesia, the fourth most populated country in the world, 43 percent of the population lives in rural areas and agriculture is largely dominated by smallholder farmers.

 

Under the Digital Village Initiative, FAO is supporting the Indonesian government in introducing digital innovation into the agriculture and aquaculture sectors particularly to benefit those in the most inaccessible areas. The goal is to improve production and food security in the country while reducing environmental impact.

 

SOUNDBITE (English) Aziz Elbehri, Senior Economist, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific:

 

“In Indonesia, we are implementing this initiative at two levels. First supporting the government in developing a new e-agriculture strategy. And at the second level, we are also trying to implement a component of the strategy at the local level, at the field level, through the Digital Village Initiative.”

 

The Digital Village Initiative in Indonesia is a collaboration between FAO and Bogor Agriculture University (IPB). The initiative aims to facilitate public and private action at the local level to test, deploy, and provide digital solutions for food production and distribution.

 

As part of this initiative, FAO has also launched the 1,000 Digital Village Platform to promote good practices that can be replicated and adapted by rural communities across the Asia-Pacific region.

 

The Digital Village Initiative is part of FAO's efforts to achieve the 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals.

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TRT: 2’39’’

SOURCE: FAO

RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT FAO ON SCREEN

LANGUAGE: BAHASA / ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 12 JUNE 2022, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA / RECENT

 

SHOTLIST:

 

26 MAY 2022, INDRAMAYU, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

1.      Wide shot, auto feeder releasing fish feed

2.      Med shot, fish feed falling into the water with fishes eating

3.      Wide shot, auto feeder releasing fish feed

4.      Close up, auto feeder releasing fish feed

5.      Wide shot, farmers harvesting fish

6.      Close up, farmers harvesting fish

7.      Med shot, fish farmer Edy Prasetyo using his phone to operate the auto feeder

8.      SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Edy Prasetyo, fish farmer: “It makes our jobs easier, especially when it rains. There’s a lot of positive impact after implementing digitalization. We can feed the fish from home using the auto feeder app.”

9.      Aerial shot, fish ponds with auto feeders

10.  Aerial shot, fish ponds

11.  SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Edy Prasetyo, fish farmer: “Of course, our income increased. That is thanks to the precision and accuracy of the automated feeder, which is an improvement compared with feeding the fish manually.”

 

27 MAY 2022, CIWIDEY, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

12.  Close up, farmer using an app to control an irrigation system

13.  Med shot, irrigation system operating

14.  Wide shot, Setia Irawan, CEO of Al-Ittiqaf Cooperative using an app to control an irrigation system

15.  SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Setia Irawan, CEO of Al-Ittiqaf Cooperative: “The increase in productivity doubled when compared to conventional methods.”

16.  Close up, young farmer harvesting vegetables in a green house

17.  Zoom in, young farmer harvesting vegetables

18.  Med shot, young farmer harvesting vegetables

19.  SOUNDBITE (Bahasa) Setia Irawan, CEO of Al-Ittiqaf Cooperative: “The result is we can reduce water consumption up to 80-85 percent.”

 

6 JUNE 2022, JAKARTA, INDONESIA

20.  Tracking shot, video wall inside the Agriculture War Room at the Ministry of Agriculture

21.  Close up, map on a screen

22.  Med shot, Ministry of Agriculture personnel checking maps on a tablet

 

28 MAY 2022, BANDUNG, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

23.  SOUNDBITE (English) Aziz Elbehri, Senior Economist, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific: “In Indonesia, we are implementing this initiative at two levels. First supporting the government in developing a new e-agriculture strategy.”

 

12 JUNE, MARIBAYA, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

24.  Wide shot, young farmer in a greenhouse using a tablet

25.  Close up, lettuce in a green house

 

28 MAY 2022, BANDUNG, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

26.  SOUNDBITE (English) Aziz Elbehri, Senior Economist, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific: “And at the second level, we are also trying to implement a component of the strategy at the local level, at the field level, through the Digital Village Initiative.”

 

12 JUNE, MARIBAYA, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

27.  Wide shot, young farmer in a field using a tablet

28.  Med shot, young farmers talking before lunch

29.  Aerial shot, young farmers having lunch in a elevated shelter

 

27 MAY 2022, CIWIDEY, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

30.  Aerial shot, cultivated fields

31.  Aerial shot, cultivated fields