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Field of Change - People’s Stories on Sustainable Livelihood Development

by Irfan Toni Herlambang last modified Jan 10, 2013 08:49 AM
Contributors: USAID - Environmental Services Program (ESP)

This publication intends to take the reader across Indonesia, from Aceh to Eastern Indonesia, to share over five years of experience from the Environmental Services Program (ESP). Each story is written by an ESP partner, stakeholder, or staff member and relays their personal experience working directly with ESP program activities. These voices from the field introduce you to their rural and urban communities, as well as their offices, treatment facilities, government agencies, and municipal water companies. The following fi eld stories have been carefully selected and pieced together to reflect ESP’s ‘Ridge to Reef’ approach. This approach ensures the availability of clean water by protecting upland sources, while working with water providers and users in the lowlands to increase access to water and sanitation services. This ‘Ridge to Reef’ approach emphasizes the intersection between the environment and health and, as a result, directly links upper watershed and urban poor communities.

Author(s): USAID - Environmental Services Program (ESP)

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

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