Economic Development

Cultivating Empowerment in the Umbulharjo Tourism Village

Nartukiyo is the Coordinator of Mutiara Abadi, a Wadah Community Activity Center (PKMW)  in Umbulharjo Village, Cangkringan, Sleman, Yogyakarta. His main job is a Civil Servant (PNS) at the Sleman Regency Transportation Service. Because of his high social spirit, Nartukiyo dedicates himself and is actively involved with the Wadah Foundation to assist the people of […]

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Virtual Inauguration of the Solar Workshops in the Districts of Nagekeo and Alor

Solar Workshops in Talwai Village, Alor and Pagomogo Village, Nagekeo The Wadah Foundation (“Wadah”) Patron and Chairperson, with the Regent of Nagekeo and the Vice Regent of Alor, officially inaugurated the seven solar workshops in the District of Nagekeo and the District of Alor, through a virtual event on Saturday, the 12th of June 2021.

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Cornerstone Laying of a Solar Training Workshop in Nagekeo

Saturday, 5 September 2020, the Regent of Nagekeo, Johanes Don Bosco Do led the cornerstone laying of the solar training workshop in Pogomoro Village, Nangaroro District, Nagekeo Regency, Nusa Tenggara Timur Province (NTT). THE SECOND SOLAR TRAINING WORKSHOP IN NAGEKEO This would serve as the second solar training workshop which the Regent of Nagekeo has

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Dealing With COVID-19: Improving Family Resilience Through Food Security

The Pandemic Covid-19 Virus continues to spread in various parts of the world, including Indonesia. This outbreak has a broad impact, may it be in terms of trade, investment and even tourism. Moreover, there is also the possibility of causing a serious impact on food security. Maintaining Physical Distance Recognizing the grave threat of the spread of

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Third Batch of “Solar Mamas” Departs for India

Third Batch of Solar Mamas with Paula Landowero (middle) The third batch from the solar electricity training program departed for India this Friday (22 March 2019). The group consists of 4 women – Mama Susana Maima & Mama Mariance Manilang, both from Talwai Village; Mama Agustina Maufani from Tasi Village, Alor, Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT)

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