On August 8, 2019, IDEP held a training on Postharvest Product Processing in Semaya hamlet, Nusa Penida Island. The training was participated by residents of the hamlet. Most of them are housewives who have previously been actively participated in the Family Home-Garden development program that IDEP is working on in four villages on the island.
Women of Semaya hamlet who participate in the training flanked by trainer and facilitator from IDEP (Photo: IDEP)
With this training, they are ready to produce processed products such as vegetable chips, dried herbs, and virgin coconut oil (VCO) from their home-garden harvest. These products can then be sold to generate income for their families.
Hands-on practice of making dried herbs (Photo: IDEP)
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