In Indonesia, the majority of people in the coastal communities tend to be a fisherman. Most of them are not very well educated and unfortunately some didn't get the opportunity to tase school educations at all. Their children often follow their fathers footstep to become a fisherman. Poverty and low income are the reasons for the low education rate of the fishermen.
Now, shark conservation is a concerning global issue alongside plastic pollution. Peoples are yelling 'save sharks' and the fishermen are often blamed for catching the sharks. It is important to support shark conservation and conservationist have been thankful to the public for their participation in their social media and campaign. But is it really the fishermen's fault? Have you ever know or heard from their point of view in regards of shark conservation?
We need your help to make this shortmovie a success and open the eyes of people. A life story of the shark fishermen in Jepara-Indonesia. How do they get through their daily life? Why do they catch sharks and not any other fish? How difficult it is being a fishermen?
This might be only be a little movement, but this is a start for bigger movements!