Who We Are
Tay Juhana Foundation (TJF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promote the advocacy of the conversion and cultivation of suboptimal lands into productive lands, through the most environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable manner.
Our work is based on the premise that the prevalence of food insecurity and undernourishment still appears to be on the rise regionally and globally. This global situation is largely exacerbated by climate-related shocks, social conflict and violence, and other challenges caused by economic slowdowns.
Legally established in 2013, TJF is now ready to play its role as an agent of change for the mentioned causes. We welcome any collaboration from both local and international communities.
Various research, technology, and community development projects within the area of sustainable agriculture in suboptimal lands are expected to contribute in improving our food security while combatting the adverse effects of climate change and building self-sufficient communities.
Our approach is adaptive and philanthropic in nature, but very critical and constructive at the same time. We wish to be flexible towards both expected and unexpected changes and are always ready to face new challenges.
Furthermore, we are willing to provide all resources we have for the greater good and are dedicated to utilize all available tools to achieve the greatest possible impact.
We work with a sense of urgency and are committed to see problems from multiple perspectives. This motivates us to produce high quality result that can help and encourage everyone to do the same in their own capacity.
Providing Food for Humanity Through Sustainable Suboptimal Land Cultivation