(Only in Bahasa Indonesia)
This short film contains documentation of the Knowledge-Based Policy Development Pilot Program in South Sulawesi, a collaboration between the Regional Research and Development Planning Agency (Bappelitbangda) of South Sulawesi Province and the BaKTI Foundation with the support of KSI. This documentation follows the policymaking pilot, from the agenda setting stage to the implementation of collaborative studies.
This film also attempts to capture the lives of mulberry and silkworm farmers as well as the role of female silk weavers in Wajo Regency, who still survive in the midst of strong forces that have undermined the spirit of many small farmers and silk industry players. It is hoped that, after producing policy products, this knowledge-to-policy approach will be replicated for policy formulation and other strategic programs.