PRISMA provides comprehensive and sustainable solutions for the prosperity of smallholder farming households in Indonesia.

The program works with partners to help spur growth along the value chain by reducing constraints and barriers to farmer productivity, performance and market access.

Our Achievement

As of December 2019

385,976

2.17 tn

194

874 bn

Updates

13 Companies Strengthen Investment in Central Java’s Agriculture Sector

Semarang, 26 February 2020 – The development of agricultural market becomes the focus of the meeting between Chargé d'affaires a.i., Allaster Cox, the Provincial Government of Central Java and the representatives of companies aiming to strengthen the investment in the province. Cen...
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PRISMA Partners with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries to Increase National Seaweed Productivity

The Government of Australia works with the Government of Indonesia to increase seaweed productivity by developing a market system that benefits all market players in the seaweed sector in Indonesia. The effort is implemented through the collaboration between the Directorate General of Fish Cul...
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PRISMA Receives Award from The Government of West Nusa Tenggara

Towards the end of 2019, the Governor of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), H. Zulkiflimansyah awarded PRISMA for its contribution in reducing poverty in the province. The award was announced during the coordination meeting on poverty eradication in NTB 2019 held by the NTB Provincial Government which took ...
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AIP-Rural Learning Series is Now Released

PRISMA is pleased to announce the release of AIP-Rural Learning Series. The series highlights the lessons learned and best practices of the program in achieving its objectives. Throughout 2014-2018, AIP-Rural has successfully increased the incomes of 345,001 smallholder farming households in eastern...
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The Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls Visits PRISMA and Private Sector Partners to Highlight Women’s Roles in the Agriculture Sector

Women play a vital and central role in Indonesian economic development. Yet, along with other marginalised groups, they still face higher structural and social barriers to accessing and benefitting from markets, including in the agriculture sector. As a program that aims to accelerate poverty reduc...
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