Resilience Fund

The Resilience Fund is an important component of APIK. This fund will be used to support projects that build climate or disaster resilience in partnership with communities, government and the private sector. The fund will encourage participation and collaboration of local non-governmental and private sector entities that will spur innovations in new products and services. Through provision of grants or subcontracts APIK will support activities by NGOs, CSO, Research institutions/ universities and co-invest with the private sector in climate or disaster risk-reduction efforts.

Implementations of Resilience Fund:

East Java

  1. Yayasan Pattiro, with a program to mainstream disaster resilience into policy planning in Semen village and Sutojayan administrative village, Blitar district. This activity was completed in August 2018.
  2. Yayasan Pattiro Malang, with a program to increase disaster preparedness for resilience in Sitiarjo and Sukodono village, Malang district. This activity was completed in November 2018.
  3. Center for Applied Technology Studies of Raden Rahmat Islamic University (PKKT Unira), with a program on conservation farming adaptive technology. This activity was completed in November 2018.
  4. Wehasta, with a program on applied technology for climate-related disasters in Banyulegi village (Mojokerto district) and Plabuhan, Purisemanding, Bangsri village (Jombang district). The activity is currently on-going and will last until June 2019.

Southeast Sulawesi

  1. Community Research and Development Institute of Halu Oleo University (LPPM UHO), with a program on sustainable fisheries management in Starring Bay, South Konawe district. The activity was completed in March 2017.
  2. Destructive Fishing Watch (DFW) Indonesia, with a program to build community resilience in Rumba-rumba, Awunio, and Batujaya village, Konawe Selatan district. The activity was completed in October 2018.
  3. Coastal and Inland Community Development Institute (LePMIL), with a program to build community climate and weather disaster resilience in Wanggu watershed, specifically in Matawolasi and Lamokula  (South Konawe district)  and Baruga, Poasia, Lapulu administrative village (Kendari city). The activity was completed in November 2018.
  4. Sulawesi Institute, with a program to build economic resilience in Roraya, Bungin Permai, and Laeya villages (South Konawe district), and Sambuli administrative village (Kendari city). The activity is currently on-going and lasts until October 2019.

Maluku

  1. Yayasan Walang Perempuan, with a program to enhance the utilization of traditional wisdom for building community resilience in Leihari, Passo, Soya village (Ambon city) and Hative Besar, Allang, Lima (Central Maluku district). The activity was completed in September 2018.
  2. Community Development Participation Institution (LPPM), with a program on climate and weather information and permaculture in Haruku, Wassu, and Ameth village, Central Maluku district. The activity is currently on-going and lasts until August 2019.

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