Embarking on a journey from 2015, where our commitment to the agricultural sector began, to the present day, Edufarmers has evolved its mission. In 2021, recognizing the intertwined threads of agriculture and nutrition, we took a significant step forward by initiating a program aimed at aiding the government in reducing stunting rates. This dual-pronged approach reflects our unwavering dedication to addressing the multifaceted challenges faced by Indonesian farmers and fostering holistic development of children welfare by supporting the government in stunting prevention programs.
In aiming for sustainable farming and improved health outcomes, we have developed two main programs: one centered on agricultural development (Bertani Untuk Negeri) and another on stunting prevention (Santosa untuk Anak Nusantara). Find out more about our two flagship program below:
In 2023, Edufarmers made substantial progress by accomplishing a number of key objectives that demonstrate our dedication to improving the agriculture sector and combating stunting in Indonesia.
Since the program launch in 2020, we have conducted five batches of Bertani Untuk Negeri programs encompassing 7 different commodities in different locations. Going forward in 2023, we will continue to expand the scope and the scale of Bertani Untuk Negeri program to reach more youths and more farmers in different commodities and locations.
Commodities: Broiler, Layer, Chilli, Maize, Paddy, Cocoa and Coffee
Our stunting prevention program, SAN, was launched earlier this year. Despite the relatively brief duration since its initiation, we have demonstrated impactful outcomes throughout the year. We remain dedicated to expanding both the scope and scale of our program to work towards the overarching goal of achieving zero stunting in Indonesia.
eggs distributed to stunting children
In the 6-month program, participants in "Bertani Untuk Negeri" engage in a learning experience that goes beyond theory. They actively contribute to the improvement of farmers' productivity, making a tangible impact. This hands-on approach allows them to acquire practical knowledge and skills while simultaneously benefiting local farmers.