Blog: Indonesia

Following Brave Footsteps into Cocoa Farming

Sendana Village, Indonesia

From both a Transformational Community Development (TCD) perspective and from a cocoa industry perspective, the age of participants is a key factor for sustainability. As key farmers of Sendana Village train the next wave of cocoa farmers, more and more young people are joining the programe.

A Model to Surrounding Villages

Tanakeke-Batu Ampara Village, Indonesia

GHNI has been supporting several different community development projects in *Mrs. K’s village, including toilet and rainwater tank building, the fishpond rehabilitation programe, and finally forming a cooperative. The villagers have already significantly benefitted through these programes, but the benefits are starting to extend past Batu Ampara Village to other surrounding villages, near and far.  

Cooperative Continues toward Goals

Tanakeke-Batu Ampara Village, Indonesia

Rice Harvest: a blessing for the continued work of the Cooperative in Batu Ampara

Similar to the story from the village of Cambaloe, a growing part of the community of Batu Ampara started planting rice after seeing the success of its neighboring village the previous year. The rice plantations and resulting harvest have been a blessing for the women of Batu Ampara who manage the Cooperative that they started last year.