livelihood for the poor families with waste

by Acehnese Solidarity for Humanity (ASoH)


Recorded more of 6000 jobless peoples after the tsunami reconstruction phase, however many sector did not manage yet, e.g plastic waste recycling sector. In plastic recycling livelihood program, we sure it could settle more than 100 jobless peoples problem. This program will create job for more than 20 peoples as a garbage collector, 5 peoples as garbage business with 2 peoples employee, 10 peoples garbage collector use the pedicap, 2 peoples as a factory worker
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Recorded 7600 peoples jobless after the tsunami reconstruction phase, in another side, many sector does not manage yet, such as plastic waste recycling. The problem is caused by minimal awareness and basic capital to purchase the tool.


This project will create for more than 100 peoples permanent job and more than 400 tons of plastic waste will be recycled in monthly basis. Peoples get the job and environment going better.

Long-Term Impact

We will train more of 100 peoples to recycling the waste, managing the business and creating better environment. With this job or business we hope their family could be settled the family economic income

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


will know who we are and what we do
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Organization Information

Acehnese Solidarity for Humanity (ASoH)

Location: Meulaboh, Indonesia, Aceh - Indonesia
Acehnese Solidarity for Humanity (ASoH)
Project Leader:
Edy Maryono
Meulaboh, Aceh Indonesia

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