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 June 2020


2.27 tn


874 bn


Empowering Local Economy Around Border Areas: A Non-Formal Virtual Discussion between Cooperatives in Indonesia and Timor-Leste

The COVID-19 crisis has affected lives and activities in many parts of the world, including on the borders between nations. On the areas between Indonesia and Timor-Leste, the movement of people and goods has been strictly limited to comply with the health safety protocols. With disruptions occurr...
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PRISMA and Viamo To Launch Market Linkages Program Amidst COVID-19

Efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 have affected the agriculture supply chain profoundly. Large-scale purchasers of commodities such as hotels, restaurants and catering (also known as HORECA) and wet markets are forced to close, and logistic services are significantly disrupted. At the farmers&r...
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PRISMA's Response Strategy: Applying an Inclusive Lens while Addressing COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting every single layer of the economy, including actors in the agriculture sector. The social distancing measures have challenged the performance of agricultural businesses and the access of farmers to sell their produce to markets. However, what most of us do not realis...
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BISI-YARO Disbursement Strategy Supports Farmers during the Pandemic

During COVID-19 crisis, access to financing becomes an important aspect to ensure the continuity of food production. As one of PRISMA’s intervention to promote agricultural input financing for smallholder farmers, PT BISI International keeps disbursing YARO financing scheme which allows farmer...
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PRISMA Partners with HARA to Bring Farmers’ Produce to Consumers Using Digital Technology

Start-up companies are bracing for the worst as their growing business meet tough challenges due to the COVID-19 crisis. Many of them respond by adapting their business model through optimising the use of digital technology and/or expanding their partnerships with other market players. HARA, which ...
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