To ensure that JARI can continue it’s work to bring positive and lasting change for the health of our seas, we need to be able to adequately fund our many projects that make our vision possible. As a small NGO, JARI has largely relied on donor funding and revenue generated from its eco-tourism activities, however recent global disruptions have impacted our revenue flows and the capacity to fulfil our objectives.
You can help support our organisation financially whilst contributing towards sustainable environmental practices with some of our eco-friendly JARI merchandise:
To place your order, please download the of JARI Merchandise Catalogue and enter the quantity for each item before returning by email. Once we have received your order, we will then send you a copy of your invoice and the bank details for the total amount to be transferred. (Please note shipping costs will vary depending upon location and quantity of product).
*Please make sure that you carefully fill out both your selection and customer details as JARI will not be held responsible for covering any additional shipping costs.*
* All designs can be folded into zip lock bag!
Alicia Strous – Canberra, Australia. Alicia was a volunteer at JARI as Marine Education Officer. An avid scuba diver and an underwater rugby athlete.
Kandi Sekarwulan – Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Kandi is an education program designer. She has been involved in JARI’s education program and helping to compose some of JARI’s educational reading materials.
Indah Rufiati – Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. Indah is working as the Fisheries Lead at Yayasan Pesisir Lestari and loves to draw in her spare time.
Brilyanti – Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia. Bril is a former editor at one of the leading organisations for women’s media in Indonesia. After deciding to resign, she developed her own business. She loves drawing and sells products using her designs.
Sinta Carolina – Jogjakarta, DIY, Indonesia. Sinta is a talented artist who owns a small business selling her artworks.