Blog: Indonesia

Farmers Unite in “Kerja Bakti”

We all know that three strands braided together are stronger than one strand by itself. Paul, GHNI National Leader in Indonesia shares how these farmers prove that strength is in numbers.

Ending Poverty One Villager at a Time

No matter where you live, poverty exists.  What we see on our national news, it is just the glimpse of the extreme poverty in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.  Much of the world’s poverty is hidden, covered or ignored in our modern existence.  It is too much for us to bear!

GHNI workers cannot turn away from the realities. Our field workers walk daily alongside hidden and hurting communities. They watch as villages transform before their eyes.  There is a solution to poverty and it lies within villagers; it lies within those currently living in poverty.


Rain Water Saves Villagers

Villagers in Cambaloe on the island of Tanakeke are working hard to make the most out of the coming rainy season. See what GHNI Indonesia has to say about the work ethic and thoughtfulness of these villagers.

Tanakeke-Cambaloe Village, Indonesia

“Tanakeke-Cambaloe Village is now coming together to build their first water tank! Of course it is under the watchful eye of our trainer from the previous village, Dg. Jalling, and our liaison, Hj. Ngero, on the island.

Shrimp Weighs In Big

Finding more sufficient ways of doing the work they already know, this community is really beginning to thrive. Thanks to locals who are willing to impart their knowledge of fishing and shrimping, villagers here are seeing a bright future, according to the GHNI Indonesia team in their latest update.