In celebration of YAGASU’s 20th birthday, YAGASU distributed food packages containing rice, oil, instant noodles, sugar, salt, flour, and canned food.A total of 101 food packages were distributed to people in need, the distribution of these food packages also coincided with the emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM) condition where many people were experiencing difficulties.We hope […]
“One Tree One Employee”. On Friday, June 25, 2021, Yagasu and BNI (Bank Negara Indonesia) held a planting event of 400 tree seedlings, the seeds planted were duku, rambutan, mango, and longan. This planting activity was carried out to celebrate BNI’s 75th anniversary. As for this 75th anniversary, BNI carries the theme of one tree […]
“Building the Capacity and Ability of Professional Conservationists”. The capacity building which took place from Monday (14/06/21) to Sunday (20/06/21) has been well implemented, the theme for this capacity building is “Building the Capacity and Ability of Professional Conservationists” Capacity building began with an opening hosted by the Yagasu program director, Mrs. Meilinda Suriani Harefa, […]
Yagasu has planted mangroves in Sumatra covering 25 districts along the 1.820 km coastline. Mangroves, which are planted in coastal areas by Yagasu has benefits as protection for coastal communities whose areas they live are prone to natural disasters. Watching Video:
Empowering Women Groups On Mangrove Conservation In East Java Coast: Transformative Resilience To The Impacts Of Sea-Level Rise
Medan, March 2021, The presence of mangrove forests in coastal areas plays a pivotal role for nature and the Earth. Mangrove forests can function as a tool to decrease the amount of carbons in the environment as the plant is capable of absorbing large amounts of carbon, moreover mangrove can be proceed as something that […]
Mangrove Carbon Accounting Research
Yagasu (Yayasan Gajah Sumatra) is a non-governmental organization that was established on July 17, 2001. Initially the activities of this institution were in the field of elephant conservation. Since 2006 Yagasu has changed its management structure and legalized its name as a legal entity to become Yagasu Aceh. Now the foundation, which operates as a Non-Government Organization, focuses on restoring the mangrove ecosystem into a good ecosystem to support biodiversity, society and climate, developing programs and conducting scientific research aimed at protecting the environment and developing community programs.