BCC focuses on promoting conscious waste separation and renewable agriculture practices. We divert large amounts of pure green waste before it reaches Bali’s main rubbish dump at Suwung, and help educate Bali’s next generation of farmers, buisnesses and householders, primarily through our partnership with Udayana University. Our other key relationship is with the local Badung government’s sanitation department, Dinas Kebersihan Pertamanan (DKP). Our project is a step toward a solution to save Bali from an outrage of unmanaged waste. Poor waste management, unsustainable farming practices, and a dwindling water supply is something that’s going to tear the island’s guts out. We decided to set up a working example of management that could conceivably be implemented on a scale that could help to solve the problem, and pay its own way. Good for Bali. Good for you.

Sector:
Energy & Environment

Province / City:
Bali, Pecatu

Website:
http://balicompostcrafters.com

Mapping the Social Enterprise Landscape in Indonesia

PLUS proudly launched a report on social entrepreneurship (SE) titled: Developing an Inclusive and Creative Economy: The State of Social Enterprise in Indonesia. Along with the growing interest on SE, we hope this report provides a baseline to help guide decision making and support the development of SE in Indonesia.

The social enterprises surveyed in this research represent a strong, emerging sector and are demonstrating their potential to address social and environmental problems in Indonesia.

This snapshot of the ecosystem, based on responses from nearly 500 respondents, shows that the social entrepreneurship sector is vibrant, dynamic and growing.

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