If you residing in the major cities like Jakarta then we are sure that at one point of your life, you have talked about or heard about how adding solar power (or other renewable energy sources) for your home or business is greater way to contribute to slowing down the impact of climate change. Solar
Training of Trainers (ToT), Game-Based Renewable Energy Learning for School Teachers was held on 29 May 2018 in Waingapu, East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara. The training was conducted in cooperation with local operational and maintenance company for solar panel installation in Sumba Island, RESCO (Renewable Energy Service Company).
A total of 19 teachers attended the training.
Sumba Iconic Island (SII) Program is conducting another Coordination Meeting this year; this time the Coordination Meeting held at Umbu Tipuk Marisi National Building in Waingapu, East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara Province (NTT).
SII Coordination Meeting is a routine activity under SII program which held twice a year, the meeting was attended by SII Program stakeholders
Women’s Condition in Sumba
You can find the Renewable Energy Kiosk, Yofi Mayu Delo, with Mama Margaretha, a 44-year old mother of four sitting down in front of the kiosk, winces as she recalls her journey of life. “My parents, and especially my father, did not give his blessing when I got married. Because my
Sumba, due to its remote location, has never been a priority for the Indonesian government. A few years ago, most of the villages in Sumba didn’t even have access to electricity, all activities had to stop when the night came. Once the island started developing, a huge obstacle appears, so officials had to pay attention
Linda (27 years old) is the resident of Cendana Village, Mamboro, Central Sumba. Linda lives as part of farmer family with her husband, children, younger sibling, and his father in law. During a certain period when agricultural activities are less intensive, Melkiausus, Linda’s husband, works as a mason.
This family also grow cashews and candlenuts in
Yacobus Meha Rangga (61 years old) lives in Lulundilu Village, Mahu District, East Sumba. Taking care of his mother and two of his nephews who are about 8 years old, he can only visit his wife once in a while because his wife lives in Waingapu, the seat of East Sumba. He runs a kiosk
Petrus Patineman (30 years old) and Jublina (26 years old) are husband and wife living in Mbatakkapidu Village, Waingapu Subdistrict, East Sumba District. Their children, Jones (10 years old) and Andreas (8 years old) attend Mbatakkapidu Elementary School, Waingapu Subdistrict. They are too far from electricity supply even though the distance to Waingapu is relatively
On 18 December 2015, Hivos signed an agreement with Millennium Challenge Account – Indonesia (MCA-I) to support the improvement access to renewable energy through TERANG, in which this project is a combination of Hivos’ two main programs that are Biogas Rumah (BIRU) and Sumba Iconic Island (SII). TERANG project is implemented by consortium team consisting
Final Reflection in 2017 of Gender Mainstreaming Facilitator in Renewable Energy and Unify The Way ForwardVania Desiyanti
The end of the year becomes a valuable opportunity for every organization to reflect, evaluate and see what the achievements have done over the past year. Likewise Hivos, as an organization engaged in humanitarian issues, especially the use of renewable energy, at the end of 2017, is also doing End of Year Reflection of Gender