Updates and highlights of our work from May to August 2022.
As one of the remotest areas in Indonesia, the Anambas Islands doesn’t have reliable and equal access to electricity.
The first term of 2022 was filled with many changes, both in our programs and in our team. Here are the highlights of the first four months of 2022.
The Riau Islands Province celebrated National Waste Awareness Day on Feb. 27 with a half-day event filled with fun activities and stalls showcasing upcycled and recycled products from waste.
The highlights of the second term of 2021.
In Kiabu, non-recyclable waste like used pads are incinerated, an environmentally unfriendly waste management practice that can affect the physical well-being of the community and lead to air, land and water pollutions.
A busy first few months of 2021 marked the start of a new chapter for us here at the Foundation; in 2021, we are getting back to full speed to make up for the lost time due to the pandemic. What an exciting year for us as we have a line-up of new plans, strategies, activities and programs.
Zairul has been working as a traditional farmer in Telaga Village for 16 years. He is one of the few people in the village who choose this profession where the rest of community opt to become fishermen instead.
In 2018 BAF volunteer Alanna Berman was visiting Bawah Reserve when she saw a presentation about the foundation, which at that time was newly established.