One of the goals of the university is to apply the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. One of them is community service (pengmas).
We discuss Indonesia’s recent progress on poverty reduction, and the findings of a recent study on deprivation in remote eastern provinces.
Self-sufficiency in food, sometimes via ambitious projects, has long been a target for Indonesian politicians, given the country is a top importer of wheat and rice.
An AIC research program looks into the challenges that face rural young people in South Sulawesi forced to return home due to COVID-19.
The climate in South East Asian countries makes it impossible to simply replicate packaging used in Europe, and more research is now underway.
IPB University’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Resources Studies (CCORS) has developed a range of food and drink products containing the micro marine algae spirulina.
Amid exacerbated systemic social and economic inequalities, there is renewed interest in sustainable investing and creating positive change for the world’s poorest.
The Agribusiness and Technology Park (ATP) of IPB University offers guidance to at least 40 partner farmers nearby the campus.
As the specialty coffee sector develops rapidly, tighter relations have developed between downstream industry players (roasters) and coffee farmers.
Australia’s post-harvest technologies and Indonesia’s multi-modal transport flexibility were identified as key areas for collaboration at the AIC’s recent supply chains discussion.
The goal is to create new businesses in the community, namely grouper nurseries that can improve employment, community income and the regional economy.
“My initial view that farmers live in hardship and poverty has changed,” said the 30-year-old. “With a touch of innovation and technology, it is a promising opportunity.”
The fund will be made available to fishers to procure tools, develop fish farming, buy insurance, and more.