Danone SN Indonesia Supports IPB University Empowering Communities and Students Impacted by Pandemic

Published on 5 August 2020

The enactment of health protocols such as PSBB (Large-Scale Social Restrictions) in a number of regions is one of the government's steps to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Indonesia. The application of this rule in the campus environment, including Campus IPB, has an impact on the reduced economic activity of the community around the campus. These conditions encourage Danone Specialized Nutrition (SN) Indonesia to carry out one of its sustainability initiatives in the Biodiversity Park (Kehati) located at the IPB Campus in Dramaga, Bogor, West Java.

Park Kehati development collaboration program is one of the manifestations of the Green Campus 2020 initiative which is a high commitment of IPB University in building a culture of increasing energy efficiency and conservation of biological resources. This effort is done through improving the quality of the environment, to create a healthy campus environment and a conducive learning environment in a sustainable manner.

The collaboration of Danone SN Indonesia, IPB University, and Jauhar partners through the Taman Kehati Program which began in April 2020 focused on the preservation and enrichment of biodiversity on 8.65 Ha of green open land on the Dramaga University IPB Campus. Taman Kehati will be planted with various types of plants, functioned as a local and rare plant laboratory, biodiversity research center by the IPB academic community, and the wider community around the campus.

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