SINAR is a start-up social enterprise. Sinar creates sustainable livelihood for poor and unemployed women and girls in Indonesia whilst at the same time, working with the local farmers and low-income communities. Sinar implements efforts to boost the incomes, alleviate the suffering and build the resilience of those individuals still living in extreme poverty. Sinar creates employment via the collections and drying of harvested agricultural products, by using hygienic and efficient drying systems, the Solar Dry Dome.
Our target is to create a first pilot project by installing 5 Solar Dryer Domes that will dry the local agricultural products.
We are looking for donations to funding the construction of the Solar Dry Domes. This is our 1st phase of construction.
Funds raised from this campaign will be utilised in the following manner:
1. Purchasing of 2 x medium size domes - USD 12,800.00
2. Installation of Concrete floor for the domes to sit on - USD 1500
3. Labour Cost - USD 700