Fatchur Rochman embarked on a remarkable journey that would lead him to become a successful small-scale farmer in Jabon, Indonesia. His story is one of hard work, determination, and unwavering patience.
Pak Fatchur began his career as a shrimp farmer by working on another person’s farm. Day after day, he dedicated himself to the tasks required to maintain the farm's operations. For six years, he diligently saved a portion of his income, setting aside twenty percent of his earnings from each harvest cycle. His disciplined approach allowed him to accumulate enough funds to start his own shrimp farm.
Fatchur's story exemplifies the power of perseverance, dedication, and adaptability. Through years of hard work, he overcame challenges, seized opportunities, and carved a path toward success as a small-scale shrimp farmer. His journey serves as an inspiration to those who aspire to achieve their dreams through sheer determination and unwavering hope.Fatchur's inspiring journey showcases the value of promoting sustainable and responsible farming practices.
The Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC) is a multi-stakeholder organization that provides valuable support to farmers, equipping them with resources and knowledge to navigate the complexities of shrimp farming successfully. The ASIC improvement program enables seafood stakeholders, including smallholder producers, to enhance productivity, ensure environmental and social sustainability, and meet global market demands.