Kolobolon

Kolobolon, An Educated Village of TLM since Year of 2015 with following programs : Water Project, Productive Garden, Officials and Community Training on Village Establishment based on 2014 Village Law

About

Village of Kolobolon is located in sub-district of Lobalain, Rote Ndao Region. Kolobolon established in 1968 with 45.105 acre of area. This village is directly adjacent to Laut Hindia village in the South, Oematamboli village in the North, Daleholu village in the East and Loleoen in the west.

Total population in Kolobolon is 1.587 people. (Male: 786 people and female: 801 people), consist of 259 family heads. Kolobolon current village head is Mr. Filmon Mbuik, SH, the sixth village head since its establishment.

The name of Kolobolon is originally from Rote language of Lole “kola”, means “talking/discussing” and “Bolon” means ”everything”, with a philosophy, “this is the place to discuss and reach consensus of everything”. 93% of villagers are farmers of paddy field and dry lands that are use to fulfill annual food need. Since corporate with TLM in productive garden program of cultivating dragon fruit plant, Kolobolon started to become famous for its sweet dragon fruits from Rote Ndao Region.

Brief Information of Kolobolon

Productive Garden Water Project Procurement

Productive garden water project procurement in Kolobolon uses spring water that is located in the height of 800 meter from the garden area. To irrigate water from spring to garden, TLM and villagers make use of gravity to facilitate and save energy in watering horticultural plants in productive garden.

The water infrastructure project covers :

  1. Pipeline
  2. Plastic Tarpaulin
  3. Fiber tank
  4. Water tanks.

All these process involve local community (24 members of productive garden). This water infrastructure project can fulfill 0,5 acre of productive garden water need .

Kolobolon Productive Garden

TLM foundation through village facilitators invited Kolobolon villagers to transform 50 acre of unproductive land to be additional income source.

Productive garden in Kolobolon has 12 family heads as members (24 people). This garden began to be processed since March 2017 by planting red onions, garlics, , green beans, yardlong beans, cos lettuce, water spinach and chili.

All the plants were planted organically making them safe to consume and good to sell.

Officials and Community Training on Village Establishment based on 2014 Village Law

On 2015, Government declared a policy to establish nation from village and it is followed up by the published of Village Law Number 6 Year 2014.

Villages are given autonomy to manage the establishment from planning to developing. Every year, Government provide village fund from APBN (Regional Revenues and Expenditures Budget). The management of the budget is the responsibility of village officials and village community. TLM Foundation takes part to improve the capacity of the officials and the community to. The program is “Officials and Community Training about Village Establishment on the implementation of Village Law Number 6 Year 2014”.

Projects

Dedication of a Bachelor in Developing Village Community

Together with TLM Foundation Developing Nation from Village

Productive garden is a community development program that has been implementing by Tanaoba Lais Manekat Foundation since 2014 to improve poor families’ income in village by utilizing unproductive land. This program aims to transform unproductive land into productive so that the land can produce plants with economic value which can help community to enhance their life standard whether from health or economy a...

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Kolobolon Productive Garden

TLM foundation through village facilitators  invited Kolobolon villagers to transform 50 acre of unproductive land to be additional income source. Productive garden in Kolobolon has 12 family heads as members (24 people). This garden began to be processed since March 2017 by planting red onions, garlics, , green beans, yardlong beans, cos lettuce, water spinach and chili. All the plants  were planted organically  making them safe to consume and good to sell.     [capt...

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Productive Garden Water Project Procurement

Productive garden water project procurement in Kolobolon uses spring water that is located in the height of 800 meter from the garden area. To irrigate water from  spring to garden, TLM and villagers make use of gravity to facilitate and save energy in watering horticultural plants in productive garden. The water infrastructure project covers:

  1. Pipelin
  2. Plastic Tarpaulin
  3. Fiber tank and,
  4. Water tanks
All these process involve local co...

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