Stories from the weavers in Sintang, West Kalimantan
ASSPUK , an Indonesian association that promotes microenterprise services for women, facilitated a training session in Jakarta, for which a PRCF Indonesia staff member, and a weaver from the villages surrounding Sintang, West Kalimantan, took part.
Following this training session, each wrote an article to share their experiences with traditional ikat weaving, explain its importance in Dayak society, and to relay their impressions of their work. The articles are in Indonesian
Keikhlasan akan Berbuah Keberkahan dan Kemudahan – by Fifiyati, PRCF Micro-enterprise Development Officer
Collaborative Management: Linking Cultural Weaving Arts with Conservation through Sustainable use of Non-timber Forest Products. Case Study: Dayak Ikat Weaving Revitalization Program in West Kalimantan
Presented by Imanul Huda at Co-Management Training Workshop organized by Regional Network for Indigenous Peoples (RNIP) and Karen Environmental and Social Action Network (KESAN), 3 – 7 June 2008, at Chiang Mai, Thailand
English (1.7 MB)