Established in 2010 on Flores Island
In East Indonesia, the Indonesian Waste Platform has evolved into a nationwide and international network. Its mission is to unite stakeholders from diverse sectors to address Indonesia’s intricate waste challenges, both on land and in water bodies.
The goal: to reduce marine plastic waste in Indonesia by 70% by 2040. Achieving this demands collective responsibility, stakeholder engagement, ongoing communication, and agenda alignment.
- Effective Waste Management: Specializing in designing waste management models, especially in remote Indonesian regions.
- Capacity Building: Empowering stakeholders and promoting waste and climate literacy in communities.
- Cross-Sector Collaboration: Facilitating collaborations under the Collective Impact approach, fostering synergy among stakeholders.
A notable project within Komodo National Park leverages gender-related issues to drive behavior change within the local fishing community, advancing the aim of a cleaner, more sustainable Indonesia.
What do they do?