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A Brief Look Project 2014-2015 Kubu Karangasem & Nusa Penida
Sent date: 04 March 2015

A project implemented on the district of Kubu, Karangasem and island of Nusa Penida, Bali Province. These are the poorest districts in Bali in cooperation with ICCO, The Netherlands. The population of these districts lives is below poverty line.
Poverty, among others, often triggers tension and conflict between religion and ethnicity, and violence against women.  Although belongs to the province of Bali, but nothing compared to the economy of other districts on Bali.

A Brief Look Project 2012/2015 West Manggarai, Flores, NTT
Sent date: 04 March 2015

A new project in a cooperation with EWDE, Germany, local government and local instutions is being implemented in West Manggarai District of Flores Island, NTT. Under the Project No. 2012.0394 G, title: Community based integrated rural development and small-scale economic development in West Manggarai District, Flores, Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) , Indonesia.

A brief Look Project 2012/2013 Nusa Penida
Sent date: 04 March 2015

DPF has been since the late 80s working in Nusa Penida but just doing the activities more intensive since cooperate (funded) with EZE (now EED, Germany) in late 90s until 2008. DPF collaborate with Faculty of Animal Husbandry, University of Udayana in implementing forage. The expansion project will be carried out in the period 2012-2013 a year period in field of community forests and water supplies in cooperation with ICCO, The Netherlands.

Seedling Hope In Nusa Penida
Sent date: 21 May 2013

A program to sustain community development program and preservation of environment by Daya Pertiwi Foundation with ICCO

 

It takes a village | The Jakarta Post
Sent date: 17 January 2013

Community development programs usually start with handshaking, flag-waving and smiles all round. But what happens after the bunting has faded and the politicians have retreated to the cities? Duncan Graham reports from Blitar, East Java, where one project hasn’t turned to mud. In the late 1980s three men from the backblocks arrived at the Malang office of Made Dharsama Polak’s business consultancy, PT Dayapertiwi Mukti.


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