“We are passionate about making a positive impact in our local community.”
Project Manager, Yadi
Yadi, Asri and Adit are CLEAR’s ‘Dream Team’ in Indonesia. Dedicated to raising environmental awareness, they are currently focused on two key initiatives: Village Waste Banks (community recycling centres); and School Mentoring Programs; in locations across the coastal Pangandaran region of West Java. Our Dream Team are the heart of CLEAR and support hundreds of volunteers, empowering them to make huge impacts as Waste Warriors within their communities. At the current time we urgently need to raise £4,000 so we can the Dream Team’s 6-month contracts next month and continue to build on the positive impacts of CLEAR across the region and. Please be generous. Any amount will help make a difference and a regular donation will help the team plan ahead and make more clean, CLEAR waves into the future! Thanks so much for your support!
Yadi, Operations Manager
A dedicated environmentalist with years of experience in community mobilisation, Yadi is responsible for overseeing the overall direction and progress of CLEAR’s programme in Indonesia. His role involves coordinating with our partners and stakeholders, managing the project budget, and ensuring that all project activities are completed on time and to a high standard.
Asri, Senior Mobiliser
With years of experience working in community development in the Java region, Asri brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the team. She is responsible for leading community outreach efforts and building relationships with local leaders and stakeholders.
Adit, Junior Mobiliser
Adit brings youthful enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to CLEAR’s work. He works closely with the senior mobiliser to organise community events and activities, and helps to keep our project focussed on the needs and interests of the local community.
Community recycling centres
The Waste Bank program has encouraged local residents to recycle their waste materials, with rewards and incentives for those who participate. In the last two years, almost 14 tonnes of waste including 4.75 tonnes of plastic have been processed in 13 villages, making a huge impact on the local environment and stopping plastics from entering the rivers and the sea.
The school mentoring program is newer: students are taught about the importance of reducing single-use plastics and are given practical tools and resources to make a difference in their daily lives changing. So far, the students are enthusiastically embracing the programme; it’s changing their habits now and preparing them to participate in a greener, cleaner future.
Whether it’s a one-off, or a regular donation, we desperately need your help so that CLEAR’s team in Java can continue their work.