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IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves - Bali Water Protection

  • Bali Water Protection in SIWW 2022 – 3 Key Takeaways

    Bali Water Protection (BWP) attended Singapore International Water Week 2022 (17-21 April), Asia’s first large-scale water show since the pandemic. Along with the co-located event CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESG) 2022, the events attracted over 15,000 physical attendees comprising leaders in government, industry, and academia from around the world.

  • Community Role in Tackling Water Crisis in Bali

    Groundwater protection movement in Bali more increase after some community makes an association called Pasraman Air. There are local and national communities involved in this association. Including IDEP as Bali Water Protection (BWP) that contributes to planning and organizing. Pasraman Air: Aji Toya held on April 26 till May 2, 2021.

  • Despite The Pandemic, Education on Water Preservation Continues

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic impacts on most sectors, including on the Bali Water Protection (BWP) programs. We must continue our efforts of education and outreach to schools for the movement.

  • Discussion to Overcome Groundwater Crisis in Bali

    Community participation is significant to overcome the Bali Watercrisis, so the Bali Water Protection (BWP) held a meeting with stakeholders on Monday, June 28, 2021. The activity which took place at the Taman Baca Kesiman aimed to provide opportunities for community engagement with and contribution to the water crisis management program.

  • National Farmer Day: Making Integrated Farming

    For more than 30 years, the farmer community in Sendang Pasir (Bali) never found a clear status for the land they've maintained for years. However, the Right to Cultivate (HGU) from PT. Margarana ended on December 31, 2005. Then the Supreme Court's number 591 PK/Pdt/2018 on August 10, 2010, came out but didn't relieve Sendang Pasir farmer.

  • The Fate of Subak in the Midst of the Water Resources Crisis

    Every year Subak has been decreasing in line with the shrinking water resources in Bali. “After 2015, in my area [Subak Uma Lebah, Petulu Village] the water debit began to decrease and dry land increased by one hectare every year,” said Kadek Suardika in the Bali Water Protection’s webinar “The Role of Subak in Water Resources Conservation” on Friday, 27 August 2021.

  • The Voices of Environmental Degradation

    "Voices in the Middle of Water Crisis" is here as a platform for anyone to talk about social, environmental, and psychological conditions when facing social and environmental degradation. Especially the presence of the water crisis, which is slowly starting to be realized. One by one, problems arose when clean water availability began to shrink.


IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves

IDEP Foundation | Yayasan IDEP Selaras Alam
Helping People to Help Themselves
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Gianyar - Bali
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