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Inclusive Recycling Indonesia

Inclusive Recycling Indonesia (IRI) is a project that contributes to increasing the waste collection rate in Indonesia and reducing marine littering by 70% by 2025. The Danone Ecosystem Fund, Danone-AQUA, Veolia, and YPCII have joined forces to support as second life for packaging waste through 3 streams: sorting center, collection centers, and river interception. In […]

Sustainable farming practices & fruit sourcing

Farming is central to sustainable development. One in three people make a living from agriculture today, making it a powerful lever to reduce poverty and inequality. Moreover, agriculture has the potential to address many pressing environmental challenges, from climate change to protection of water resources. Farming practices today are responsible for approximately 1/3 of human-caused […]

Warung Anak Sehat

In Indonesia, 40% of children are stunted due to lack and unhealthy food intake, even while 15% of children under age five are obese. This phenomenon is partly because schools lack cantines, leading children to purchase food from street vendors—which is often unhealthy. With the support of the Danone Ecosystem Fund, Danone Indonesia and its […]


Indonesia is facing challenges in waste management. The government is tightening regulations, giving companies increased responsibility to collect their waste. Throughout the country, meanwhile, waste pickers are organized in informal networks that work unrecognized. They live in difficult conditions with limited access to water, education and health. With the support of Danone Ecosystem Fund, Danone […]


The Rejoso watershed is facing serious threats such as erosion, changing land use, fewer trees on farms, unsustainable farming practices and unmanaged community drilling. This situation has triggered a reduction of water quantity in the watershed, while flooding and high river pollution becomes serious issues downstream. A lack of environmental awareness among the local population […]


Rural livelihoods around Pusur River in Indonesia were endangered by multiple factors such as poor water and environmental management and low willingness of young people to do farming. Farming practices in the region are not sustainable, making the rural ecosystem extremely fragile. Meanwhile, good mineral water had to meet very strict quality standards for purity, […]

First 1,000 Days Institute

Indonesian babies can have health and nutrition issues during the first 1,000 days. This partly reflects a lack of awareness and knowledge, and also a need to increase the technical skills of midwives, who play a critical role in taking care of mothers and newborns. With the support of the Danone Ecosystem Fund, Sari Husada […]