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A WOMAN from Waifuna displays her catch during the Buka Sasi (Opening Sasi) tradition in the waters of Misool, Raja Ampat Regency, Southwest Papua, Monday, March 25. Buka Sasi is a traditional custom for the sustainable management of marine resources passed down through generations, where during the ceremony, the Women’s Sasi Group and the Kapatcol community, supported by the Nusantara Nature Conservation Foundation (YKAN), can harvest agreed-upon marine biota such as sea cucumbers, lobsters, and clams. ANTARA/Bayu Pratama S

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