In the month of June, we visited a small village of east Lombok to participate in a marine conservation program. The village off Sambelia district has started conservation of mangrove forest and coral propagation many years ago. Over time the project snailed in progress due to lack of funding. IUVA Global will partner with the […]Read More Mangrove and Coral Rejuvenation- Marine Project
A solidarity walk of 100km to raise funds for refugees on the island of Losvos, Greece. About S$28,000 were raised and distributed to NGOs on the ground. The objective of the walk was to highlight the plight of the refugees and increase awareness of the issue among Singaporeans. http://www.beritaharian.sg/setempat/sempurnakan-cabaran-berjalan-100-km-demi-amalRead More Berita Harian- 100km walk to raise funds for Refugees
In 2010, Mr Mohamad Tahar Jumaat was deployed for relief effort at Mount. Merapi, Central Java. This documentary recounts his experiences and how the community rose to the challenge to change their life and cope with the aftermath. http://video.toggle.sg/en/series/bangkit/ep2/483742Read More Documentary- Bangkit
Our staff was featured in the Channel News Asia (CNA), A Singaporean Abroad when he went to Aceh to assist in the Rohingya’s Humanitarian Relief. http://video.toggle.sg/en/series/a-singaporean-abroad-s3-hd/ep4/360377Read More Documentary- A Singaporean Abroad
Majulah Community is a local community initiative project to promote resilient youth inspired to do more for community and environment. Project Leuser is a part of the Project Peduli which they have set up as an outreach program for youth. IUVA with its green project, Nature For Change, seems to be a good partnership in […]Read More Project Peduli By Majulah.IUVA and NFC support.
Nature For Change (NFC), our ground project in Timbang Lawan received a new group of inspiring youth from Singapore. Undergrads from National University of Singapore Muslim Society spent 11 days in the village and the surrounding forest. Beside planting saplings at the buffer zone, they helped to construct 2 toilets for needy families in the […]Read More NUSMS onboard to assist in the development of buffer zone community.
In May 2016, 2 groups of SOTA visited the pristine forest of Sumatra while another batch of students, went to the cool project site of the highlands of Lombok. The Sumatran groups planted saplings of native fruit trees and engaging the local youth of Timbang Lawan village with fun and educational activities. They also painted […]Read More SOTA goes Sumatra and Lombok