Realizing Sustainability

Through our collaborative applied research, we propose and test solutions for addressing the large-scale, systemic challenges of environmental degradation and rural poverty to achieve healthy ecosystems and prosperous rural communities.

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our theory of change

We believe that every district in Indonesia can achieve this vision, by making the transition from their current practices and becoming a sustainable district. Inobu helps map out the challenges encountered by local governments to make the transition and propose for solutions – regulatory, technology and others. We test the proposed solutions together with the stakeholders and refine them over time. We shared the lessons with the national government and other civil society partners who also are working with local governments for replication.

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Everyday Inspiration : Mr. Heremba, a nutmeg farmer from Fakfak District, West Papua

Mohammad Heremba is a charismatic and humorous farmer of Papuan Nutmeg (Myristica argentea). His village, Pang Wadar, is located one hour’s drive from the district capital in Fakfak District, which can be reached after seven hours of flying from Jakarta, the Indonesian capital. For generations, his family have lived from harvesting wild nutmeg. The nutmeg was probably planted by his great grandfathers and Mr. Heremba now reaps the benefits.

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