• HAkA Stories Inspired Google Earth

    Google Earth, as a virtual globe program or commonly known as Earth Viewer, is the largest geographic image storage area in the world. Google Earth displays aerial images, satellite images, 3D topography, geographic data and Street View in one platform. In celebration of their 15th birthday, they share inspiring stories

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  • The Leuser Ecosystem included in USK General Education Curriculum

    HAKA and General Curriculum Technical Implementation Unit (UPT MKU) of University of Syiah Kuala (USK) has published a new teaching book entitled “Basic Social and Cultural Sciences based on General Education” which discusses “Humans and the Leuser Ecosystem”. This book is already included in the  Learning Plan of the university

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  • Citizen Journalism Training for Communities around the Leuser Ecosystem

    HAkA and are aware there are only a few reports on the environment in Aceh, especially during COVID-19 pandemic. HAkA has conducted citizen journalism training in collaboration with with a focus on reporting on environmental news in Bireuen subdistrict on 12 – 13 September 2020. The training was

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  • Protecting the Forest Through Village Forest Scheme

    Around 50% of Indonesia’s land is covered by forest, which is often taken for granted. Forest has a critical role in protecting our land, yet we still face major deforestation that leads us to many natural disasters, such as landslides, floods, and many more. We have heard enough that this

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  • Strengthening Grassroot Women through Paralegal Training

    Limited access to information and education is one of the biggest issues we have right now, especially knowledge about natural resources, law and regulations. As a result, the community’s right to have a clean and healthy environment continually eroded, and women living in forest-edge villages are the ones who are

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