Do Indonesia’s food estates solve the nation’s food crisis? Activists, indigenous tribes don’t think so

Indonesia launched the food estate programme in 2020, with millions of hectares of land in Kalimantan, Papua earmarked for conversion for agricultural planting but poor planning and a lack of local stakeholder involvement resulted in failed crops and flooding on arid, barren land.

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