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Movement Seaweed Farmer in Nusa Lembongan
December 11, 2019December 11, 2019
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Movement Seaweed Farmer in Nusa Lembongan

Since 2015, seaweed farming in Nusa Lembongan has begun to disappear. The loss of community interest in growing seaweed is caused by several factors: unfavourable weather in previous years, ice – ice disease that is increasingly attacking, the interest of young farmers to farm is very less because the opportunities in tourism are huge. The...

Cepuk Weaving
December 5, 2019December 11, 2019
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Cepuk Weaving

Cepuk is known as bebali cloth, a sacred cloth used for ceremonial needs. Only Nusa Penida produces this weft, mainly because of its main function as a protector from elements or evil influences. Cepuk is also believed to be a magical cloth for treatment. That is why the cepuk is actually used as a “tapih”,...

Forth Full Moon Ceremony in Tamblingan
November 28, 2019November 28, 2019
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Forth Full Moon Ceremony in Tamblingan

This year, 2019, Purnama sasih Kapat (the forth fullmoon) falls on Sunday, October 13th. Based on several sources (both primary and secondary), The forth fullmoon is the best time to hold a prayer ceremony. Right now, the sun is right on the equator, so the sun is shining hot and at 12 noon our shadow...

“Sobo” to Wonosobo
November 28, 2019November 28, 2019
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“Sobo” to Wonosobo

Our visit to Wonosobo invited by Department of Tourism and Culture of Wonosobo Regency to be one of the speakers in Training # 1 Culinary Reserves. As the actual organizing committee are the managers of the Kumandang Market who are commanded by Mas Sigit Martono. Sobo to Wonosobo or Travel to Wonosobo is conducted for...

Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh
November 26, 2019November 26, 2019
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Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh

The development of tourism to Nusa Penida has grown rapidly since 2015, where speed boats began to speed up sea transportation to / from Nusa Penida. Previously, to go to Nusa Penida, people using a large passenger boat or commonly called “jangolan” with a capacity of up to 50 people only served 1 time crossing...

Nusa Penida Ecological
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Nusa Penida Ecological

Since April 2019, the Wisnu Foundation has collaborated with the Global Environment Facility for Small Grants Program (GEF-SGP) and UNDP, conducting programs on Increasing Socio-Cultural and Ecological Resilience of Communities in Facing Globalization Pressure on the Small Island – Nusa Penida. The program has a span of 2 years (2018 – 2020) in 4 regions...

Exploring the Village Potential
November 26, 2019November 26, 2019
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Exploring the Village Potential

Since Wisnu Foundation was chosen as an host organization in April 2018 for the Global Environment Facility – Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP) in Nusa Penida, we began conducting assessments to implement the activities in some village have been chosen: Banjar Semaya – Suana Village Banjar Tanglad – Tanglad Village Banjar Dinas Batukandik 2 – Batukandik...

Youth Distant Voice in Terrace Sharing
January 13, 2018January 13, 2018
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Youth Distant Voice in Terrace Sharing

By Widayanti Arioka August 12 is an agreed date to commemorate International Youth Day. Celebrating International Youth Day, Yayasan Wisnu in cooperation with Yayasan Kampung Halaman and Jalan Jaya 1208 program played teenage diary videos from various communities in Indonesia. Teenage youth diary videos with the theme “Terasing” is also held simultaneously in 25 teen...

Great Buleleng
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Great Buleleng

Buleleng is the widest and longest regency in Bali, that is 24,25% out of Bali total area. Its topography is hills in the southern area and flat in northern area. Buleleng’s 144 km of coastline is the longest in the Bali regency. The Regional Government of Buleleng Regency has categorised this area into three sub-development...

From Tenurial Conference in Jakarta
November 2, 2017January 13, 2018
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From Tenurial Conference in Jakarta

The government is currently working hard to overcome poverty and economic imbalances. Partly due to the concentration of land tenure and utilization, and the uncertainty of legality of ownership and control of community land, especially in rural, inland and coastal areas and small islands. The government then developed: 1. The scheme of land redistribution and...