Country: Indonesia
Posted Date : 27th September, 2022
Coop Coffee Indonesia understand that coffee activities are responsible for emitting greenhouse gases due to environmental impacts caused by primary agricultural and processing activities. We have made some pre-calculation on the impact and on the carbon sequestration under 1 Subak Abian (farmer groups) of Tri Guna Karya on their 79 hectares coffee area. Coop Coffee […]
Posted Date : 7th September, 2021
West Nusa Tenggara Province is one of the provinces which will represent Indonesia at Best Tourism Villages 2021 by UNWTO. One of the villages which will represent Indonesia at the event is Tetebatu Village, located at Sikur sub-district, East Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. The villagers stated that they are ready to provide the best for […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2021
The SUSTOUR project is part of the overall Sustainable Tourism Development in Indonesia (STDI) Program of SECO, led by both SECO and the MoTCE. The Program focuses to develop a sustainable and inclusive expansion of tourism in Indonesia. SUSTOUR aims to increase employment and income opportunities for the local population through inclusive and sustainable economic […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2021
Tourism is an important part of the Indonesian economy and an important source for generating employment and foreign exchange reserves. Swisscontact has been actively supporting the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism since 2009 to strengthen the competitiveness of selected tourism destinations. The Government of Indonesia has set a number of objectives to improve the role of […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2021
Through the WISATA programme in Indonesia, several Destination Management Organisations received support on various levels. Interview with DMO Flores and IWG Networks, WISATA project partner. The WISATA project, started in 2009, initially covered only the Indonesian island of Flores. Early success meant that three additional destinations were facilitated by WISATA in 2014. The initial set-up […]
Posted Date : 13th March, 2021
The Governor of West Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, Dr. H. Zulkieflimansyah, SE, MSc has established 99 tourist villages which will be focused on being developed in the next five years. In line with the above program, the Tourism Promotion Board of West Nusa Tenggara ( BPPD Nusa Tenggara Barat ) has one of the objectives […]
Posted Date : 5th November, 2019
Swisscontact implemented the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs’ WISATA project in Indonesia since 2010. The objective was to develop first one, then four tourism destinations, thereby creating the conditions for more jobs and better income opportunities. Ruedi Nuetzi directed the project since the very beginning, before closing it down in summer 2018. Read the […]
Posted Date : 27th August, 2019
Hosted by the University of Sumatera Utara, the observatory monitors Pangururan in which there are 25 villages and 3 urban villages.
Posted Date : 27th August, 2019
Hosted by the Research Centre for Culture and Tourism of the Udayana University, the Observatory monitors Sanur tourism destination consisting of three villages which are Sanur Kauh Village, Sanur Village and Sanur Kaja Village.
Posted Date : 27th August, 2019
Pangandaran is located on the southern coast of the island of Java and has become a popular tourist destination because of its famous surfing beach. Hosted by the Bandung Institute of Technology, the Observatory focuses on monitoring tourism impacts in the Batukaras Village, which is located in the Cijulang District of the Pangandaran Regency.