Locally empowered solutions with international credibility

Our mission is to support Asian stakeholders in becoming agents of their own empowerment and, through collaboration, create pathways for seafood improvement that account for the social, environmental, and traceability challenges facing the region.

ASIC Sustainability Performance Dashboard

Working collectively to accelerate sustainable improvements in Southeast Asia

We aim to deliver reliable and easily accessible information. Evaluate our sustainability performance through data collected from ASIC farm assessments, producer training sessions, and community workshops.

assessed farms
partnered producers
production volume (kg)

Why does our work matter?

We advance equity by fostering seafood sustainability

The livelihoods of millions of Asian small-scale fishers and farmers is constantly under threat. In collaboration with our partners, we have the opportunity to support and help transform local, marginalized groups into stronger, more resilient communities.

We provide accessible tools & resources to smallholder producers

ASIC aims to expand the adoption of sustainability standards as a way for suppliers, buyers, and producers, especially small-scale farmers, to improve their economic opportunities and livelihoods.

We build consensus and strategies for Social and Gender standards

ASIC works to improve and advance equal rights and gender participation to foster greater equity in the workplace and community.

We work to protect the health of our ocean

ASIC remains committed to driving environmental improvements that benefit and safeguard our marine environment.


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About Us

ASIC is a burgeoning regional collaboration between private sector stakeholders from Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam who have come together to tackle social and environmental sustainability challenges facing the Asian seafood industry. ASIC stakeholders represent various elements of the Asian seafood industry including producer organizations, processors, environmental NGOs, and local certification bodies. These ASIC participants work in conjunction with export market stakeholders, including NGOs, buyers, and certification bodies, to build innovative tools designed to foster improvement for both shrimp aquaculture and fisheries in the region.

Get in touch with the ASIC team

Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative

160 Robinson Road,#14-04 Singapore Business Federation Center,
Singapore 068914