Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
From Coffee Wars to Kalosi Market
The fertile coffee plantation that covers the highland of Toraja and Tana Toraja once triggered wars in South Sulawesi in 1887. The wars involved coffee traders and even some kingdoms.
The Domestic Spirit of Innovation
A million tales have been told about Nusantara’s coffee tradition. Now, those tales must be perfected with the use of technology. The third wave of coffee has arrived.
Food Prices Stay Above Reference Price
As the price of several staple foods remain above their respective reference prices, the government has set a target to control prices ahead of the Ramadhan and the Idul Fitri holiday this year.
Negotiation a Part of Strategy
Such a strategy on trade in CPO must include not only negotiations, but also the establishment of political relations, legal approaches and industry partnerships in countries that have banned the importation of Indonesian CPO.
Silent Tale of Wonosalam Coffee Farmers
The blooming of millions of flowers in the Wonosalam coffee plantation, arouses a feeling of passion, but also anxiety.
Stabilization of Food Prices Done in Structured Manner