Bali Peduli program was held in two locations, in Lembongan village, Klungkung, and in Banjar Pengubengan Kauh, Kerobokan Kelod, in Badung, to improve the knowledge and skill in managing community resources:
- Dry land around pemangku’s house, the ceremony leader in Lembongan village, as the food resources. Most of the Pemangku’s time is used to serve the people, so there is no chance for them to earn income for their daily life. As a small island, Lembongan is hugely affected by climate change impacting resource availability.
- Waste management in Banjar Pengubengan Kauh, Kerobokan Kelod, in Badung. The local women always depend on crops around them for their needs, however; now the plants are getting less because of its development as a tourism-supporting urban population. Waste is one of the side effects of tourism development, and waste is just thrown away and transported to the landfill. Therefore waste management is needed to ensure food security and as an added value, is a way to protect the environment.
Program implementation is done together with Indonesia for Humanity Foundation (IKa) Jakarta, through Partnership Program.