Since 2019, the Rainforest Alliance has worked in Sintang with the District Sustainable Oil Palm Platform, Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari (LTKL - Sustainable Districts Platform), and local farmers to tackle deforestation, boost incomes, and promote more sustainable land use.
The Rainforest Alliance, in collaboration with GIZ, is launching a project in Indonesia's Central Sulawesi province to address social and environmental challenges in the coffee industry by providing training to 1,000 smallholder farmers, with a focus on sustainability and inclusivity.
Through this initiative, the Rainforest Alliance will work with several organizations to address global environmental challenges associated with commodity-driven deforestation in some of the world’s most important tropical ecosystems and sourcing regions.
We're training coffee farmers in the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park buffer zone to help them conserve biodiversity and improve their livelihoods.
We help local farmers embrace climate-smart growing techniques designed to adapt to and prepare for common climate threats—from unpredictable weather patterns to outbreaks of crop pests and disease.
Agung Widi has had great impact on Indonesia's cocoa policy through her foundation Kalimanjari. She shows us how advocacy can be a deeply personal and inclusive process.