LP3M, a non-governmental organisation established on 16 October 1986, operates in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The organization has a vision to reduce inequality and the development gap of poor, marginalised communities and to establish good governance of civil society. LP3M has been providing advocacy to the Governors of South Sulawesi for the past decade in terms of policies in strengthening institutional capacity and local economic development. LP3M was CCA’s implementation partner for the previous project to increase the income of passion fruit farmers through co-operatives. In addition, LP3M has implemented 31 Government of Indonesia’s projects, supported by the IFC, CARE International, World Wildlife Fund, World Bank, UNICEF, ILO, JICA, as well as several Canadian government-funded projects (i.e. Canada-Indonesia Private Sector Enterprise Project and others through Canada Fund).
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