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Ladang Az – Nurzikrillah

It’s 3 hectares of land in the valleys of Padang, West Sumatera. There are infrastructures in the area, including some small villas and lakes. The area is poor (wood houses still exist around), but the location is in the vicinity of the big city. It was poorly managed, but the previous owner did have a ticket booth, where visitors have to pay to enter the area. I have just recently taken management position & I see huge potential to turn this into a profitable eco-tourism / resort park business where we can educate & employ the villagers, while also increasing the livelihood of the community as more visitors (local, regional, international) come into the area.

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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