What we do Our projects Jajal Wae Sustainable Agri-Tourism We are very pleased to announce our new partnership with Dreamdelion Indonesia, the implementing partner of a new short-term project, ‘Jajal Wae Sustainable Agri-tourism’. The project will run in Ngawi, a regency in East Java, Indonesia with a poverty rate of over 15%, significantly above the national average. There are few livelihood opportunities in the region, particularly for women, who face limited access to skills development and business networks due to discriminatory and cultural norms. The project aims to create social change for women who are vulnerable from physical, psychological, and economic violence. Adopting an approach of economic empowerment the project establishes a formal eco-tourism management group and provides tourism training to women. Strengthening women’s economic resilience will in turn elevate their status, contributing to stronger, more equitable communities and economies. The project will directly engage approximately 70 participants, and indirectly benefit more than 500 community members. Find out more about our partner, Dreamdelion, here.