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Nusa Tenggara Timur in figures 2010 



related to Millennium Development Goals

Why language is important



Cultural heritage

A Celebration of Origins 2004, Timothy & Patsy Asch and E. Douglas Lewis


Lamaholot language and its dialects 2009, Naonori Nagaya


Social Differentiation in the Austronesian World 2009, edited by Michael P. Vischer


A temple, a mission, and a war Jesuit missionaries and local culture in East Flores in the nineteenth century, 2009 R.H.Barnes 




Health and Sanitation

Biodiversity Conservation and Child Malaria: Microeconomic Evidence from Flores, Indonesia  

2012, Subhrendu K. Pattanayak, Catherine G.Corey, Yewah F.Lau, Randall A.Kramer


Rabies and dog ecology in Flores 2003, edited by Dr.Stephen Cutter


Nutrition Security and Food Security in Seven Districts in NTT Province, Indonesia: Status, Causes and Recommendations for Response 2010

This study is the product of a collaborative effort which stretches back to March 2008. In that month, three UN Agencies: FAO, UNICEF and WFP joined forces with the Food Security Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture, and the Food Security Office of NTT to begin planning for a Food Security and Nutrition Assessment in NTT province. The intent of the assessment was to produce an accurate picture of the current food security and nutrition security situation, to identify potential causes and to make recommendations on key interventions to improve the situation. 


The Water and Environmental Sanitation Programme in Eastern Indonesia Report prepared for the Netherlands and Swedish governments 2010


Marine conservation

Indian Ocean Community Conservation Handbooks by BlueVentures

Reefs at Risk Revisited 2011  Lauretta Burke, Kathleen Reytar, Mark Spalding,Allison Perry 

Under the Reefs at Risk Revisited project, WRI and its partners have developed a new, detailed assessment of the status of and threats to the world's coral reefs. This information is intended to raise awareness about the location and severity of threats to coral reefs. These results can also catalyze opportunities for changes in policy and practice that could safeguard coral reefs and the benefits they provide to people for future generations. 



A study of the implementation of school-based management in Flores Primary Schools in Indonesia 2008, Agustinus Bandur





UN Division for Sustainable Development 12 video's


Water management 

Simple drilling methods 







‘Creating a Flores Friendly Label’
Symposium & Workshop
Labuan Bajo
April 26th 2018



Report Capacity Building week 2017 in 
Labuan Bajo

16 & 17 October 2017

Training of Facilitators
18 & 19 October 2017

Community Event
20 October 2017


Report Eco Flores Conference IV 
October 2015 Ruteng, Manggarai


Brosur Eco Flores Bahasa Indonesia 

Connected at
Platform Indonesia untuk Pencegahan 
dan Pengelolaan Limbah 
Indonesian Platform for Prevention and 
Management of Waste
Cross-sector stakeholder connection

Eco Flores is represented 
by Marta Muslin Tulis


Flores Homestay Network mentioned in

Video impression Eco Flores Conference IV


Eco Flores Ambassador USA:
Kornelya Wells-Agus


Eco Flores online brochure


Eco Flores Conference IV
15-17 October 2015
Ruteng, Manggarai

Tentative program 
Eco Flores Conference IV
15-17 October 2015
Ruteng, Manggarai

September 2015 -
Komodo Eagle logo for 
collaborations Flores and


March 2015 - 
established multi-stakeholder 
collaboration for capacity 
building and connecting 
Lembata to the network 
Eco Floresta


Connecting for education


"When you visit Indonesia please 
contribute to our environment 
by using a refillable water bottle"


Responsible Tourism
Flores is listed on the 

Eco Flores contributes with 
the development 


Eco Flores Newsletter 2014
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‘What is the right type of tourism 

development for 

Flores’s sustainable future?’ 

Report Eco Flores Conference III
16 to 18 October 2014
Maumere, Sikka

Print version available on request


Progress for sustainability 

Eco Flores initiated 
a multi-stakeholder meeting to take place 
on 9 December 2014 
at Ministry of Tourism Indonesia with the goal : 
To establish a shared vision about What is the 
right type of tourism development for 
Flores’s sustainable future? and 
To initiate stakeholder collaboration for 
Collective Impact. 
Participating organisations: 
Ayo Indonesia - Burung Indonesia - DMO - 
Eco Flores Foundation - Indecon - ReefCheck - 
SwissContact - Yayasan Komodo Kita 
Wetlands Indonesia - WWF


Are you planning to visit Flores ?

Please read and share - 
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Flores Mountainbike Trail


14 to 17 July in Leda, Ruteng
for info: 


Green Indonesia 
workshops May 2014


Temporary Website




Newsletter December 2013





From 26 to 29 September 2012 

we hosted the first Eco Flores  

Congress in Labuan Bajo



Report on Eco Flores Congress 2012




About Eco Flores Congress 2012 

and how Eco Flores evolved video







Participants at Eco Flores Congress I 

and their commitment





New Zealand Flores


Australia Flores



Netherlands Flores