Working Areas

APIK works at the national level and local level. At the local level, APIK works in three provinces:

 

East Java

Using watershed approach, APIK works in seven districts of the Brantas Watershed area which is highly vulnerable to natural hazards, especially flooding and landslides.Using watershed approach, APIK works in seven districts of the Brantas Watershed area which is highly vulnerable to natural hazards, especially flooding and landslides.

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Southeast Sulawesi

APIK focuses in Kendari City and South Konawe District which comprise significant coastal areas and also the Wanggu watershed, the government’s priority watershed in Southeast Sulawesi. APIK works with district and city government in both upland and coastal communities.

 

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Maluku

With a small island landscape approach and considering major future risks such as landslides, flooding, and coastal abrasion, APIK focuses it works in Ambon Island including Ambon City and the Lease Islands in Central Maluku District.

 

 

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