Current Projects


The Long Sam Program and Yayasan Hutan Masa Depan

The Long Sam Program and Yayasan Hutan Masa Depan

The WEHEA project works in East Kalimantan to eradicate the devastation of the Wehea National Forest along with its wildlife and the culture of the Dayak people who reside there. Wehea and the yayasan support animals, local humans (Dajak) and the rainforest Goals of the Wehea project are preservation of tropical rainforest, no release of CO2 and protection of their animal and human inhabitants (Dajaks). Today 6 Ranger stay there and take care on the whole area, doing permanently patrol. Wehea area covers around 22,500 ha rainforest with the highest Indonesian protection status given...

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Clean Water Pojects

Clean Water Pojects

Rotary Clubs in Ubud have implemented 15 water projects since 2007, mainly in East Bali.  The villages that have received such sid include the lower half of Gulinten Village, Gitgit Village, three projects in Banjar Canguang, 2 projects in Batukeseni, Lipah, Linggawana, a return to Gilinten to add 250 more families to the project, Banjar Aas in Desa Bunutan, Banjar Songis, Beluu and Kendampal.RCBUS is currently assessing Seraya’s water supply>  We continue to help connect villages to exisitng clean water supplies using PCV pipes, gravity, an occasional pump, cooperation from the banjars, and  a...

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Wehea and Yayasan Hutan Masa Depan

Wehea and Yayasan Hutan Masa Depan

The WEHEA project works in East Kalimantan to eradicate the devastation of the Wehea National Forest along with its wildlife and the culture of the Dayak people who reside there. Wehea and the yayasan support animals, local humans (Dajak) and the rainforest Goals of the Wehea project are preservation of tropical rainforest, no release of CO2 and protection of their animal and human inhabitants (Dajaks). Today 6 Ranger stay there and take care on the whole area, doing permanently patrol. Wehea area covers around 22,500 ha rainforest with the highest Indonesian protection status given...

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Sewing for Living

Sewing for Living

Sewing for Living is a program for Balinese women that teaches them sewing machine and crochet skills, empowering them to be able to work from their homes to help support their families. Sewing for Living is establishing markets for their handcrafted items locally, in Germany, in the US, in Australia, and around the world online.

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