Gender inequalities are
still deep-rooted in every society. Women suffer from lack of access to decent
work and face occupational segregation and gender wage gaps.
SINAR focuses on improving the lives of poor and unemployed women and girls in Indonesia by implementing efforts to boost the incomes, alleviate the suffering and build the resilience of those individuals still living in extreme poverty.
As the world population continues to grow, much more effort and innovation will be urgently needed to sustainably increase agricultural production, improve the global supply chain, decrease food losses and waste, and ensure that all who are suffering from hunger and malnutrition have access to nutritious food.
With an Inclusive Business Model in mind Sinar aims to buy local agricultural harvest products, dry the harvested products by using hygienic and efficient drying. The use of solar dryer dome for drying the harvested products is an innovative approach to increase productivity and efficiency. It’s designed to help farmers and low-income communities to dry harvested goods and create a sustainable livelihood. By using the Solar Dryer Dome for drying the agricultural products this will reduce the drying days, increase productivity with minimal wastage, minimise running cost and producing hygienic and quality products.
SINAR’s Mission is to integrate small local farmers and growers into a high value-adding supply chain and provide work for unemployed and low-income women and girls.