Improved Socio-Cultural Resilience - Ecological Society in dealing the Globalization Urge on the Small Island (Nusa Penida),
Improved Socio-Cultural Resilience - Ecological Society in dealing the Globalization Urge on the Small Island (Nusa Penida),
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TANGLAD Village
1. Establish relations with the village government, adat and subak abian (dry land) related to the availability of land and the spread of potential natural dyes.
2. Increase capacity buliding of the community groups with nursery techniques and planting on dry land
3. Conduct local information assessments, as ecotourism attractions, data collection and packaging information disseminated / used by the wider community and assisted communities.
4. Conduct joint meetings and coordinate with customary groups, traditional villages, subak groups and official villages.
5. Conduct participatory mapping, planning, socialization and verification.
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Semaya Village
1. Coordination and discussion with Seaweed farmers and stakeholders related to the root of the problem in Seaweed
2. Training on farming methods and provision of healthy seeds
3. Coordination with the local government and other agencies
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BATU KANDIK
1. Training with assisted communities related to water utilization, piloting, and using appropriate technology approaches
2. Extracting information and data from community leaders and parties, and distributing the information to various parties.
3. Coordination and meetings / meetings with villages, traditional villages, banjars and PKK.
4. Making books or videos that can be used as a reference for other parties, or as a campaign tool
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BATU MADEG
1. Training with related community groups, the application of wastewater management technology and appropriate technology approaches
2. Control of monkey pests and other plant pests by using natural approaches and friendly technology
3. Application of household gardens that are integrated with surrounding resources through the creation of demonstration demonstration plots (including hatcheries and nurseries)
4. Participate in exhibitions / festivals at Nusa Penida while attracting the attention of the local government to support / disseminate community initiatives
5. Collecting data on household consumption patterns, making demonstration plots piloted at least 40 households and monitoring the use of household gardens for their daily lives.
6. Provide natural cropping training and apply it to each demonstration plot including seeding and seeding
7. As one of the ecotourism attractions that will be developed in the village and a model for the surrounding community
8. Coordination with the local government and sharing information about household garden techniques on dry land
9. Extracting data and information, packaging information in the form of books, videos and social media
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Yayasan Wisnu
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
Grant Amount:
US$ 50,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 50,790.00
Project Number:
INS/SGP/OP6/Y3/STAR/BD/18/006
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
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Mr. Hery Budiarto
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Ms. Meinar Sapto Wulan
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