The Nusantara Fund aims to provide millions of dollars directly to Indigenous and local communities in Indonesia to improve livelihoods and tackle climate change and nature loss.
This Australian water permits Indonesian traditional fishermen activities. But do they know the restrictions?
Indonesian fishermen using traditional fishing methods can operate in the area of Australian waters around the Timor Sea, known as the MoU Box. However, it is not without its own problems.
Sweet opportunities for the Indonesian premium chocolate industry abound under a new partnership between Jakarta-based fine chocolate manufacturer Pipiltin Cocoa and Katalis, a business development program backed by the Australian and Indonesian governments.
When the Indonesian government announced its food estate program in 2020, it envisioned the establishment of large-scale agricultural plantations across the country.
Eggs from Indonesia will soon occupy local supermarket shelves after the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) approved the import of eggs from the country to the Republic on Monday.
Mr Agus, who has been growing apples for two decades on the volcanic slopes of Sumbergondo village in East Java province’s Batu city, has good reason to worry.
The Governor of South Sulawesi, Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, has used a roundtable event in Melbourne to highlight infrastructure and education. The Read more
Women can be the drivers of change in their local communities and lead the implementation of new sustainability and development initiatives according to a new study.
The lead researchers for the Partnership for Australia-Indonesia Research (PAIR) seaweed project have presented their findings to senior officials in three Indonesian government departments.
A barista who started not too long ago has quickly risen to connoisseurship after being invited to be a judge at a coffee event in Jakarta.
Indonesia is one of the countries that use gastro diplomacy to promote Indonesian things such as rendang, even though Indonesia is relatively new in implementing gastro diplomacy.
Continued carbon emissions would significantly reduce rice and coffee production in Indonesia — one of the world’s top producers of both crops — according to a study.
Indonesia says that the imported vaccines are insufficient to create herd immunity against the foot-and-mouth disease that suddenly returned in May.
The Ministry of Industry’s director general of agro-industry Putu Juli Ardika on Wednesday said the food and beverage industry is able to act as an economic cushion during times of crisis.
Indonesia’s Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry is preparing four seaweed industrialisation zones to capitalise on the potential of seaweed commodities, an official has said.
The Indonesian government has launched a program that will pay thousands of traditional fishers to collect plastic trash from the sea as part of wider efforts to cut marine plastic waste by 70 per cent by 2025.