Our Framework

What We Do

Tay Juhana Foundation believes that we can pursue global food security by enabling sustainable agriculture practice in suboptimal lands using the approach that is most benefitting the environment, social, and economy dimensions for the surrounding area. In spreading the message, TJF aims to disseminate its knowledge and technology by providing advisory service, particularly to develop, adapt, and implement the practices in other similar places. Therefore, TJF has three mission keywords which are considered as the core actions of our work: Educating, Consulting, Advocating.

During these initial years, TJF focuses its works on connecting and reaching out the targeted stakeholders. Besides using the online media platform, TJF has been actively participating in relevant events, strengthening its internal capacity, and building partnerships so that its work and research result can be accessible for the broader public and they can benefit from the new information and knowledge.

In the long run, TJF aims to work together with a range of relevant stakeholders to generate impacts for all. The stakeholders might include but not limited to:

Government

Academic Institution

NGO

Community

Media

Private Sector

See Our Activity

A necessity for adaptive and sustainable agriculture practice

A necessity for adaptive and sustainable agriculture practice

We should get prepared to shift our view on agriculture development due to climate change. The changing rainfall patterns tend to ...

Optimism for Sustainable Peatland Agriculture is Here – and Growing

Optimism for Sustainable Peatland Agriculture is Here – and Growing

  This article was originally published on Thrive. — Due to El Niño events, the rainfall pattern in Indonesia has changed. ...

Bringing Peatland Research to Annual Scientific Conferences: ICST 2020

Bringing Peatland Research to Annual Scientific Conferences: ICST 2020

What use of research if it is not being disseminated and applied for better purposes? Currently, TJF is conducting a carbon balance ...

Why Indonesia Must Reduce Its Dependence on Rice as a Staple Food

Why Indonesia Must Reduce Its Dependence on Rice as a Staple Food

  This article was originally published on Eco-Business. Diversification can increase food security by mitigating the threat of ...

No Shortcuts to Achieve Food Security: The Fate of Food Estate Initiatives in Indonesia

No Shortcuts to Achieve Food Security: The Fate of Food Estate Initiatives in Indonesia

In the last three months, the word ‘food estate’ (lumbung pangan) has been dominating the news headline, again. It is not the first ...

Build Back the Food System Better: Leveraging Innovations and Investment to Support Smallholders

Build Back the Food System Better: Leveraging Innovations and Investment to Support Smallholders

In Quimbaya, Colombia, a wife accompanies her farmer husband to measure soil fertility using simple tools. In Buton Island, Indonesia, ...

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