Hivos is leading the Consortium and project manager. Hivos is responsible for coordinating partnerships and provide technical assistance and capacity building for all the consortium members. Hivos takes the lead in advocacy at national level, with focus on establishing a multi-stakeholder forum for sustainable and equitable food system.

The Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago

AMAN is facilitating and building capacity of coffee farmers based on participatory guarantee system (PGS) standards for community producers in Enrekang, North Toraja and Tana Toraja districts in South Sulawesi. PGS system will be developed and used as role model to be duplicated in other indigenous communities in Indonesia.


WWF-Indonesia is responsible for the Pangan Bijak Nusantara national campaign aiming at changing food consumption and production patterns towards local, healthy, fair and sustainable food. WWF-Indonesia will also contribute to improving food production of rice in areas of North and West Kalimantan through capacity building, education and application of Internal Control System (ICS) and Participatory Guarantee System (PGS), and by working together with women food producers and sellers/traders in traditional markets. WWF-Indonesia will promote Pangan Bijak (wise foodways) to retailers and promote adoption of Pangan Bijak with local governments in North and West Kalimantan.

NTFP-EP Indonesia

NTFP-EP Indonesia is responsible for developing and promoting Participatory Guarantee System for the selected seven food products, working with the farmers and communities. NTFP-EP will support life cycle analysis for selected products. With other consortium members, NTFP-EP will coordinate the consortium participation in the Festival PARARA which is held every two years. PARARA stands for Panen Raya Nusantara or The Big Harvest of the Archipelago.

Association for Assistance to Women in Small Businesses (ASPPUK)

ASPPUK will be responsible to support microfinance education and build schemes for small-scale business women, including technical and financial assistance. ASPPUK will promote adoption of Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) and create market opportunities for products like virgin coconut oil in North Sumatra, palm sugar in Southeast Sulawesi and crude solar salt in Central Java.  ASPPUK will advocate for sustainable consumption and production at local level.