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IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves - subak

  • Continuing the Commitment to Implement a Healthy and Eco-Friendly Agricultural System in Subak Catur Angga

    Subak, as one of the World Cultural Heritage, has received several warnings from UNESCO. These warnings stem from the various problems in the subak area, such as land-use changes that disrupt the ecosystem and the subak itself, activities upstream that damage water sources, and changes in processing agricultural land. Subak included in the WCH are also food sources for the Balinese people, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic, relying on local food to meet the community's needs.

  • Subak Catur Angga Towards Sovereignty Through Eco-Friendly Agriculture

    Beyond expectations, the trial of implementing healthy and eco-friendly agriculture in an area of 10 acres in Subak Catur Angga, Tabanan, resulted in a satisfying harvest. 

  • The Fate of Subak in the Midst of the Water Resources Crisis

    Every year Subak has been decreasing in line with the shrinking water resources in Bali. “After 2015, in my area [Subak Uma Lebah, Petulu Village] the water debit began to decrease and dry land increased by one hectare every year,” said Kadek Suardika in the Bali Water Protection’s webinar “The Role of Subak in Water Resources Conservation” on Friday, 27 August 2021.

 

IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves

IDEP Foundation | Yayasan IDEP Selaras Alam
Helping People to Help Themselves
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Gianyar - Bali
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