About the group
Number of smallholders: 0 (0 Men, 0 Women)
Group location: XXXXX
Status of project: On-going project
SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY STORY
Wild Asia Group Scheme (WAGS) is an initiative that provides a working model for independent palm oil producers to help improve their production, social and environmental practices. Through our experience with RSPO Group Certification, we now have a better understanding of not only the challenges of small producers but also how to effectively work with the different stakeholders in the palm oil supply chain; dealers, traders, mills, refiners and buyers. We are also working with local palm oil mills to implement systems and approaches to progressively increase the volume of traceable palm oil and to meet the “No Deforestation, No New Development on Peat and No Exploitation” requirements of sustainable palm oil production.
Expected Outcome: Key Perormance Indicators (KPIs): Progressive growth of WAGS-supported producers (area, total production), that are connected to one-many local (supply chain partners) partners and global palm oil suppliers (refiners).
Wild Asia Group Scheme (WAGS) is an initiative that provides a working model for independent palm oil producers to help improve their production, social and environmental practices.
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How you can support
We are currently working closely with RSPO Certified Independent Smallholders across provinces in Indonesia to provide a subset of trainings to improve their livelihoods while their certification is maintained.
More than 5,860 farmers who have implemented Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and good governance in their groups are seeking your commitment to buy their RSPO Credits through the PalmTrace platforms. Purchasing RSPO Credits supports smallholders in addressing environmental and social issues.