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What’s Shaking?
Our thoughts are with our community as we all face the challenges of COVID-19. We'd like to hear from you. Contribute to the conversation on how your work has been affected. Many thanks to everyone continuing to work towards traceable seafood despite these uncertain times, including the newest members of the SALT Advisory committee.

Three finalists have been selected for the SALT Small Grants. We look forward to announcing them in the near future.

SALT recently co-hosted a LinkedIn Q&A with the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) regarding their new standards. Check out the questions and their answers on the GDST Q&A page.
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What’s new
on the Website?
SALT's website has officially reached over half of the countries in the world! This includes 13 new countries and roughly 500 new visitors to the website in the past month alone. We like to think part of the draw is our new blog series - Overcoming Barriers. Here are the first three of SALT’s five-part series on solutions for adopting electronic traceability. Afterward, enjoy the new case study by USAID Oceans with a foreword by SALT.
Overcoming Barriers: Solutions for adopting electronic traceability
Technology Impacts: Business Benefits of Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability Technologies
Where in the world?
A few months, nearly a lifetime ago when we could travel, SALT visited the Philippines as the USAID Oceans & Fisheries Partnership celebrated its close. Here’s the first dispatch from SALT’s interviews about their gender work, a potential guide for other governments and organizations. We also supported a FishWise trip to Peru to explore traceability efforts and solutions by our friends at Future of Fish and WWF Peru.

Events and conferences may be canceled (RIP Seafood Expo Global 2020), but the webinar scene has never been better. Check out the educational webinars from the Global Tuna Alliance, including one featuring SALT!
Did you catch this?
Fisher and Trader Responses to Traceability Interventions in Indonesia
Summary for Decision-makers: Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Associated Drivers
Illicit trade in marine fish catch and its effects on ecosystems and people worldwide.
Seafood for Thought
As our most recent “Overcoming Barriers” blog highlighted, interoperability is key for successful traceability. Here are some of our favorite case studies and stories focused on sharing data and interoperability. 
Learn About Data Sharing
Seas the Day!
Ask SALT and our community of experts any tricky traceability questions.
Connect with your Community
The SALT LinkedIn group is a great place to discuss traceability challenges and opportunities.
Liven up the Library
If you have read an article, paper, or report you think the community could learn from, please send it to us!
This newsletter is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of FishWise and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.
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