Allianz Indonesia is dedicated to enhancing financial literacy, particularly among the youth in Indonesia. Through its Allianz Peduli Foundation, the company engages in educational initiatives like Industry Social Responsibility (ISR) and Insurance Literacy. This was part of the Top Agent Award 2023 event organized by the Indonesian Life Insurance Association (AAJI) in Semarang. Allianz Indonesia provided financial and insurance literacy to local young individuals and housewives in the Candi subdistrict of Semarang.
Ni Made Daryanti, Chairperson of the Allianz Peduli Foundation, emphasized that education is a crucial aspect of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. The company collaborates with various partners, including AAJI, to boost insurance literacy in Indonesia. They believe that consistency and collaboration will help Indonesian society better prepare for the future through financial literacy knowledge.
Danone-AQUA Expands Collaboration for Positive Water Impact with National Innovation Research Agency (BRIN)
Danone-AQUA is deepening its collaboration with the National Innovation Research Agency's Center for Technology Services (Pusyantek BRIN) to validate positive water impact through scientific water conservation efforts. This collaboration started in 2021, measures positive water impact using the Volumetric Water Benefit Accounting (VWBA) methodology. The initiative aims to return more water to nature and communities than used in production.
To preserve water resources, Danone-AQUA has planted 2.5 million trees, built 2,100 absorption wells, educated communities on sustainable agriculture over 350 hectares of land, established Biodiversity Parks in 17 locations, and strengthened 5 Watershed Forums. Efforts to promote water circularity in production systems include rainwater harvesting, reusing water for general purposes, efficiency measures in production lines, and recycling leftover production process water for domestic use.
Moreover, Danone-AQUA supports programs to increase clean water access, currently reaching half a million people in 46 districts and over 70 villages across Indonesia.