The lack of production land, excellent seeds, capital, equipment and agricultural practices that are still traditional, makes low productivity of peanut farming which is only 1.31 MT per hectare, places Indonesia as the second largest importing country in the world with import growth reach 7.7% in average annually.

PRISMA collaborates with private partners and Indonesian Legumes and Tuber Crops Research Institute (Balitkabi) in increasing the peanut production's number and quality through the provision of superior seeds, providing training in good agricultural practices, using effective crop protection products, improving post-harvest processing, and providing access to capital and markets better.

In the second phase, PRISMA plans to collaborate with more partners to reach more smallholder farmers.   

As of December 2018


IDR 239m