Fairventures and Out for Space deepen partnership

We are very happy to announce that we have entered a new phase in our partnership with Out for Space. This Southern German company produces innovative rattan products with amazing designs and many new applications. We in turn make sure that Out for Space will have a sustainable source of rattan in Central Kalimantan. Thus, […]

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Cocoa Journey through Central Kalimantan – Analysis of New Collaboration Models

In order to evaluate the potential for growing cocoa seedlings in Central Kalimantan, our team traveled to Tumbang Olong and Nihan at the end of May as part of our “non-timber forest products” project. The aim of the ten-day trip was to expand contact with local smallholders for a possible future collaboration and to analyze […]

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Panduh Tukat visiting Germany – First Chocolate Tasting

  On the occasion of our Indonesian Country Representative’s visit in Germany,Panduh Tukat, we spent an exciting summer evening with our friends and supporters in the vineyards of Stuttgart on June 19. Harald Wetzel, forest engineer and supporter of Fairventures, offered his vineyard as event location in Stuttgart South and was very pleased to see […]

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Fairventures Worldwide wins the Google.org Impact Challenge 2018

As part of the Google.org Impact Challenge, the nationwide contest for social projects, Fairventures Worldwide has won the public voting and the respective award of 500.000 Euro. Prizewinning with 70.000 online votes, our lighthouse project “T ³- Tree Tracking Technology“, a platform that allows smallholders to become a part of global, sustainable value chains in […]

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Fairventures is one of the top 10 finalists at the Google.org Impact Challenge

We want to make use of the benefits of digitalization to protect our environment and empower smallholders. This is why we are very happy  that our project T³ is one of the lighthouse projects in this year’s Google.org Impact Challenge. The final step of the competition is a public vote. Help us with your vote to […]

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The first cocoa and coffee seedlings have been planted

As part of our intercropping activities between fast growing timber species such as Sengon and Jabon, we are starting to plant cocoa and coffee seedlings in addition to the cultivation of peanuts. The interspaces of the existing timber plantations in the One Million Trees program will be used to plant coffee and cocoa seedlings, which […]

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Indonesian Pioneer of the Timber Industry Visits the 1 Million Trees Program Area

Indonesia’s innovative entrepreneur and Woodlam founder, Jeshua Sadeli, visited the smallholders in the 1 Million Trees program area from Fairventures Worldwide in Central Kalimantan to introduce and share his experience with local lightwoods in the construction industry. The focus of his presentation was the potential of lightwood such as Sengon as construction timber and his […]

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Forest Landscape Restoration Approaches in Indonesia – Contribution of German Speaking Stakeholder

On December 18, 2017, Fairventures Worldwide and Unique forestry and land use GmbH invited stakeholder from the field of development cooperation, NGOs, practitioners, ministry officials and generally interested people to join an event regarding „Forest Landscape Restoration Approaches in Indonesia “, hosted at Uniclub Bonn. Dr. Horst Freiberg, BMUB, opened the evening with a keynote […]

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State Secretary Jochen Flasbarth visiting the 1 Million Trees program

As part of his trip to Indonesia in the middle of May, the State Secretary of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Jochen Flasbarth, visited the 1 Million Trees program in Borneo, Indonesia. Within this program, Fairventures has been implementing a project to rehabilitate degraded land with native tree […]

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The Monitoring Season 2017 Has Begun

For four weeks, our team in Borneo was collecting data regarding the development of the newly planted fields including the field mapping. Three teams were in charge of this year´s monitoring of the newly planted fields in Central Kalimantan, our program area. The Sengon trees were counted on the respective fields and the growth development of each […]

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