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The sprawling Indonesian archipelago is blessed with a remarkable array of natural resources. Winrock’s extensive work in the island country dates back to the 1980s and has been largely targeted at providing the training, tools and expertise needed to help the country sustainably manage those resources to benefit its people and the planet. Winrock has provided technical assistance to guide the development of wind, solar and biomass facilities. We have also collaborated with communities and companies involved in the important palm oil industry to make its practices more sustainable. Our efforts have also included working with smallholder farmers to improve their skills, market access and, in turn, their incomes for enriched livelihoods.

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Success Story: Musrenbang Involved Bersama

Strategy for Large-Scale Implementation of Biogas Capture from Palm Oil Mill Effluent and Reuse for Renewable Electricity Generation

ASLI_Invitation for KPI Public Consultation Meetings

Introduction to KPI-INA

Introduction to KPI-ENG

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 1 in ENG

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 2 in ENG

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 3 in ENG

Perbedann Comparison in ENG

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 1 in INA

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 2 in INA

KPI Private Sector Guidelines Checklist Tier 3 in INA

Perbedann Comparison in INA

Bioenergy Handout

Clean Energy Brochure

Role of Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Use Mitigation in INDCs and National Policy in Asia

High Carbon Stock Consulting Study 3: Review of aboveground biomass estimation techniques

POME-CIRCLE Handbook

Bioenergy

Empowering Smallholders through Market-led Agriculture

Rainfall and Crop Modeling to Improve Rice Farmers’ Yields in Indonesia

Carbon emissions from tropical forest degradation caused by logging

Winrock in Indonesia

Carbon Impacts from Selective Logging of Forests in Berau District, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Identifying Optimal Areas for REDD Intervention: East Kalimantan, Indonesia as a Case Study

Smart Climate Change Adaptation for Development of Rural Agriculture in Indonesia