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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Mapping Indigenous Land to Support Sustainable Development in Fakfak

In an attempt to achieve sustainable development for indigenous communities, the Kingdom (Petuanan) of Fatagar has planned to map its ancestral territory in Fakfak District, West Papua. On Thursday (2/7), the head of Petuanan Fatagar, Nadi Taufiq Heru Uswanas, held a customary meeting at Istana Raja, to discuss the plan to map indigenous lands with prominent figures in Fatagar.

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