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Sustainable milk & 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 or unhealthy food intake & 15% of children under 5 years old are obese. Most schools don’t have canteen and food provided by street vendors in front of the schools is not healthy. Sari Husada (Danone Indonesia’s Early Life Nutrition’s subsidiary) wishes to trial […]


Pemulung

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 […]


Pasuruan

Rejoso sub-watershed is facing serious threats such as erosion, illegal logging, changing land use, unsustainable farming practices and illegal 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 is exacerbated by the […]


Merapi

Mount Merapi’s eruption in 2010 had a devastating impact, with 2,000 cows dying and 2,526 farmers displaced and losing their livelihoods. Farmers no longer had animals or land to restart their dairy farming activities. Sari Husada, Danone’s Early Life Nutrition brand in Indonesia, lost 12 tons of milk per day and wanted to work with […]


Klaten

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 is partly due to lack of awareness and knowledge. There is a need for upgrading midwives’ technical competencies, since they have a unique and critical role in taking care of mothers and babies during the first 1,000 days of their life. […]