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3 weeks ago

JARI
In 2022 we have been fortunate enough to begin reconnecting with our friends across the world. We are excited to work together with you and optimistic that through our collaboration we can have a positive impact on our precious marine environments.JARI is grateful for the continued support from its growing volunteer cohort and to have recently commenced an internship program with the Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre at Monash University at the beginning of this year.One of our main focuses for this year has been working towards rejuvenating the Sister Schools Program which was first established in 2011. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the preceding 2018 Earthquake in Lombok having slowed momentum in the past few years, we are steadfast in our determination to both deepen existing sister-school relations and to expand the program to other schools in Indonesia and Australia.Loosening travel restrictions have allowed us to meet directly with schools and gather valuable feedback and data to inform our strategy for further engagements. We have also welcomed the re-opening of international borders and resumption of overseas visits between Indonesia and Australia to further develop people-to-people links in support of this initiative.On behalf of everyone at the JARI Foundation, we would like to extend our warmest gratitude for the continued support and friendship of our partners. It’s through these connections that we are most empowered to make a difference in the world.Salam,JARI🌊🐠🐙🐋🐢🌴 See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

JARI
Meet the team! We love to refer to each other as family as we are united by a love for the ocean, a willingness to connect and a belief that the community holds the solutions to marine conservation.We are a conduit for the community to realise their ability to use their knowledge, skills and connections to enhance their marine environments.Our Founder is:Taufik Hizbul Haq – Iboenand our Co-founder’s are:Juanita Mandagi – NitaHani Nusantari – HaniOur Staff consist of:Mega Mutia – MegaNovan Purba Adji Adumtara – NovanWandra Sukandi – WandraIsni Aini – IsniDita Rayn Amorisa – Dita We are so excited to invite you to meet our JARI family. We also have volunteers and interns that join us every now and then. Message us if you are interested.#jari #lembagajuanglautlestari #endeavouringforsustainableseas #lautsahabatkita #theseaisourbestfriend #marine #ocean #sustainability #conservation #marineconservation See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

JARI
In memory of Pak Abu.Pak Abu was a compressor diver who lived in Bungin Island and had suffered from decompression sickness for 8 years. Pak Abu sadly passed away last month. Pak Abu kindly donated his time to feature in our video to raise awareness about the dangers of compressor diving. This practice causes lots of pain, paralysation and death.Compressor diving is banned by the government, however, fishermen still practice this dangerous type of fishing.How many people have to suffer before we take these dangerous practices seriously? We all have a responsibility to stop compressor diving and find safer alternatives. Let’s work together to save our fishermen and provide safer income. youtu.be/CNQevDXCvno See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

JARI
Welcoming Kimberly WongKimberly is a Griffith University student who will do internship with JARI until October 2022. See MoreSee Less
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8 months ago

JARI
Thanks Australian Embassy – Jakarta, Indonesia for sharing Nick Taylor story as remote volunteer at JARI. We were so fortunate to having him and other two remote volunteers, Kerrie and Mikaela who contribute their expertise to our organisation and the communities we work for.m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=354209803407538&id=100064555635455Perkenalkan relawan jarak jauh Australian Volunteers Program Nick Taylor yang telah bekerja dengan Juang Laut Lestari (JARI), organisasi konservasi laut yang berbasis di Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat. Nick bekerja dengan tim JARI untuk meningkatkan kemampuan media dan komunikasi mereka. Beberapa proyek yang didukung Nick sebagai relawan Australia termasuk mendesain ulang situs web JARI, membuatnya lebih ramah pengguna, dan membantu merancang dan mengimplementasikan beberapa kampanye media sosial, termasuk kompetisi menggambar Laut Sahabat Kita (The Ocean is Our Best Friend) – sebuah program pendidikan yang bertujuan untuk membantu pelajar sekolah dasar meningkatkan pengetahuan mereka tentang lingkungan laut dan isu-isu lingkungan setempat. “Saya mengambil penugasan relawan jarak jauh karena saya melihatnya sebagai peluang bagus untuk tetap terhubung dengan Indonesia meskipun ada hambatan yang ditimbulkan oleh pandemi COVID-19, ditambah sebagai seseorang yang memiliki minat lama dalam masalah sosial-lingkungan, saya tahu ini adalah peran yang tepat untuk saya,” kata Nick. “Aspek yang paling memuaskan dari penugasan ini adalah membangun kontak baru dan menegaskan kembali koneksi yang ada dengan organisasi mitra serta kesempatan bekerja dengan berbagai individu. Dengan penugasan ini, saya telah meningkatkan kemampuan saya dalam mencari solusi dari sebuah permasalahan dan menjadikan saya lebih mengapresiasi beragam perspektif.” Meet Australian Volunteers Program remote volunteer Nick Taylor, who has been working with Juang Laut Lestari (JARI), a marine conservation organisation based in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. Nick worked with the team at JARI to increase their media and communications capabilities. Some of the projects Nick supported as an Australian Volunteer included re-designing JARI’s website, making it more user-friendly, and helping with the design and implementation of several major social media campaigns, including Laut Sahabat Kita (The Ocean is Our Best Friend) drawing competition – an educational program that aims to help primary school students increase their knowledge of their local marine environments and environmental issues. “I took on the remote volunteering assignment because I saw it as a good opportunity to remain connected with Indonesia despite the barriers posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, as someone with a long-held interest in socio-environmental issues, I knew this was the right role for me,” said Nick. “The most fulfilling aspects of the assignment was establishing new contacts and reaffirming existing connections with partners organisations and working with such a broad range of individuals. By doing this assignment, I’ve expanded my problem-solving abilities and appreciation of diverse perspectives.” See MoreSee Less
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