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Kopernik news:
27 November 2017

Mount Agung relief effort intensifies as around 100,000 people evacuate to temporary shelters »

Authorities have advised anyone located near the volcano, and in Bali, to prepare face masks and eye protection due to fall of volcanic ash from an eruption

By Anna Northey

Kopernik news:
13 December 2016

Huge interest garnered in the agro sector at report launch event »

On Thursday last week, Kopernik and Javara Indigenous Indonesia joined together to co-host an important event in Indonesian agriculture. It marked the launch of Kopernik’s Unmet Needs Report that highlights gaps in post-harvesting processing, calling for better economic outcomes for smallholder farmers across the country.

By Tomohiro Hamakawa

Kopernik news:
16 November 2016
Plan international

Kopernik and Plan International partner for a new economic empowerment project for young people »

Kopernik is proud to announce a new project in partnership with Plan International. The Youth Change Agent project will provide 60 young men and women from East Nusa Tenggara with skills and knowledge to launch their own small-scale enterprises. Training offered to the participants of the project will cover a range of business-related skills such as leadership, confidence building, communications, conflict management, and financial management.

By Feby Ramadhani

Kopernik news:
15 November 2016

Kopernik and Javara co-host an upcoming event on Indonesian farming »

On 8 December this year, Kopernik will co-host an event with argo social enterprise Javara Indigenous Indonesia. The event will highlight opportunities for innovation and collaboration in smallholder farming across Indonesia based on recent research by our strategic initiatives team.

By Anna Northey

Kopernik news:
06 September 2016
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LATEST VERSION OF KOPERNIK’S IMPACT TRACKER CATALOGUE NOW ONLINE »

We have just launched the latest version of our Impact Tracker Technology catalogue!

By Anna Baranova

Kopernik news:
20 January 2016
This year’s Zayed Future Energy Prize for the Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) category was awarded to Kopernik

Kopernik Wins Prestigious Zayed Future Energy Prize 2016 »

Ubud, Indonesia, 18 January 2016) This year’s Zayed Future Energy Prize for the Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) category was awarded to Kopernik, an Indonesia-based organisation. The award-giving ceremony was held in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates on Monday, 18 January 2016, during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

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Kopernik news:
19 November 2015
Dark Balurebong nights have now become brighter

Update from Balurebong: Village Fund for Clean Energy Technologies »

Balurebong, a small village on Lembata island, in Eastern Indonesia, invested a portion of the Indonesian Government funded “Village Fund”, to make solar lights available for all households in that unelectrified village.

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Kopernik news:
12 October 2015
The Ford Foundation’s support will help reduce energy poverty in eastern Indonesia, which affects women the most. Providing for a household’s cooking, drinking water and lighting needs is largely the responsibility of women in Indonesia.

The Ford Foundation Provides New Support for Kopernik’s Wonder Women Eastern Indonesia Initiative »

A new US$125,000 grant from the Ford Foundation will support the expansion of Kopernik’s Wonder Women Eastern Indonesia initiative, empowering women to become micro-social-entrepreneurs (MSEs). The 12-month Ford Foundation grant will directly benefit 250 MSEs trained by Kopernik to sell a range of simple clean energy technology.

By Sergina Loncle

Kopernik news:
21 April 2015
The advocacy program will shine a light on Kopernik’s ‘wonder women’ clean energy micro-social-entrepreneurs in eastern Indonesia, and show that women, when empowered, are vital to facilitating energy access where it is needed the most.

ADVOCATING FOR WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ENERGY ACCESS IN INDONESIA AND BEYOND »

Kopernik is proud to partner with the ENERGIA International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy (ENERGIA) on a new advocacy program to place women front and centre in Indonesia’s Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) agenda. This program will shine a light on Kopernik’s ‘wonder women’ clean energy micro-social-entrepreneurs in eastern Indonesia, and show that women, when empowered, are vital to facilitating energy access where it is needed the most.

By Sally Bolton

Kopernik news:
10 April 2015
New Support from the MAMPU Innovations Fund

New Support from the MAMPU Innovations Fund »

Kopernik is proud to partner with MAMPU (Empowering Indonesian Women for Poverty Reduction), a joint initiative of the Government of Australia and Government of Indonesia, on our Wonder Women Eastern Indonesia (WWEI) program. The MAMPU Innovations Fund supports organisations contributing to the empowerment of women in Indonesia in original, creative and inventive ways, funding activities, services or products that improve the status of Indonesian women living in poverty.

By Sally Bolton