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Empowering Inmates through Waste Management

Catfish sale proceeds are a source of livelihood for a number of the penitentiary dwellers. The price of the fish is quite attractive. The earnings are distributed to the inmates involved.

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Irma Tambunan
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Azan Wahyuli.

Azan Wahyuli, 38, promotes the capability of inmates in Jambi through waste processing as well as catfish and maggot breeding. His activity boosts the spirit of zero waste development, at the same time helping inmates become independent.

After a morning exercise, several inmates plunged into a pond. Instead of bathing, they sorted catfish raised in cages. If the fish is big enough and worth harvesting, it’s directly sold to Angso Duo Market, Jambi city.

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