On August 10, 2019, IDEP held another Post-harvest Product Processing training for housewives in Nusa Penida. This is the fourth training after previously the same training was held in three hamlets, including Semaya, Tanglad, and Banjar Mawan. This time, the training was held in Batukandik hamlet. The housewives are those who have previously been actively participated in the Family Home-Garden development program that IDEP is working on in four villages on...
After Semaya hamlet, on August 9, 2019, IDEP organized another Post-harvest Product Processing training for housewives in two hamlets in Nusa Penida, namely Tanglad and Banjar Mawan. The housewives are those who have previously been actively participated in the Family Home-Garden development program that IDEP is working on in four villages on the island.
On August 8, 2019, IDEP held a training on Postharvest Product Processing in Semaya hamlet, Nusa Penida Island. The training was participated by residents of the hamlet. Most of them are housewives who have previously been actively participated in the Family Home-Garden development program that IDEP is working on in four villages on the island.
When the M 7.4 earthquake shook in September last year, Amal village located in the remote area of Donggala district was one of the most severely affected. In addition to many houses severely damaged, damaged access roads and the absence of communication signals have even left the community isolated without help for almost two weeks.
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