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Self and Sustainable Agriculture

It was cool and beautiful when entered Putu Nugraha’s yard. Who would have thought that most of the plants in his house are rare plants with their benefits? The variety of plants begins with his hobby of collecting various types of plants. Most of Nugraha’s daily routine is spending time in his garden.” If I …

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Wayan Jarmin: Farmer From Bedugul Who Living from Sustainable Agriculture

After changing his agriculture system into agroecology, Wayan Jarmin and his family’s life has improved financially. “I wasn’t sure before. But after being assisted with the marketing system, I’m convinced I’m excited,” said Wayan Jarmin, a farmer from Bedugul who applies agroecology. Wayan Jarmin explains about agroecology concept (Photo: Utama Wira) For more than eight …

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Anticipating The Spike In Covid-19 Cases, IDEP And Save The Children Distribute Medical Devices

When the spike in COVID-19 cases rose in July-August 2021, Bali was one of the provinces with the highest number. Some health facilities have difficulty meeting the needs of medical equipment, both for handling patients and protecting health workers. One example is the need for oxygen. Due to the scarce supply, the need for oxygen …

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Caring for Seeds, Caring for Life

During these five years of cooperating with IDEP, farmer groups in Pedawa Village have been able to try variations of vegetable and fruit crops and cultivate them. The variety of seeds they plant provides its advantages because they can implement crop rotation to minimize the arrival of pests and diseases. “It’s good that we can …

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Multipurpose Aid to Support Community in Adapting during a Pandemic

The poverty rate in Indonesia has increased since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. According to data from the Indonesian Central Statistics Agency (BPS), from September 2019 to March 2021, it reached 27.54 million people. Almost all sectors have received the impact of this pandemic, so it is not uncommon for people’s financial conditions to decline—especially single …

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