Jakarta ● Fri, August 19 2022
Subject to eviction, a local educational organization is preparing to move to a new location with the help of several communities that are helping it raise the funds to secure a new future.
Dubbed Southeast Asia’s biggest landfill, Bantargebang in Bekasi, West Java, has been a center of attention of philanthropists for years. For Resa Boenard, a 36-year-old activist and founder of the Seeds of Bantar Gebang (BGBJ), it was a childhood home.
Resa spent her childhood in the vast area once dominated by paddy fields before her family decided to move back to Padang, West Sumatra, after spending around two decades in Bantar Gebang.
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