Innovative value chain scheme programme improves farmers’ productivity & welfare, supporting sustainable agriculture production in Indonesia
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Ewindo is the first integrated vegetable seed company in Indonesia which produce superior seeds of vegetables through plant breeding activities.
Rather than working for a company, government, or migrating to big cities, most in Suniabaru Village, Banjaran, Majalengka District, West Java prefer to become chilli farmers - a profession which gives hope.
The emergence of innovative financing gives hope to the independent smallholders to increase their productivity and improve their wealth.
The domestic beef cattle industry has great growth potential and Indonesia has the opportunity to develop its own.
One of the long-standing sustainability issues for natural rubber in Indonesia is the suboptimal quality of rubber produced by smallholder communities.
Nestlé collaborates with telecom provider Telkomsel and Bank BTPN on a joint service to allows smallholder farmers to access BTPN financial services through Telkomsel’s network.
FAO estimates that the world population will grow from 7 billion in 2012 to 9.1 billion in 2050, which is a 30 percent increase. Food demand will grow faster as a result of accelerated urbanization and richer populations.
Improving mango farmers’ income with early flowering technology