Fire Free Alliance (FFA) is a voluntary multi-stakeholder group made up of forestry and agriculture companies, with NGOs and other concerned partners keen to resolve Indonesia’s persistent fires and haze problems arising from land burning.

More than 200 villages, covering at least 1.5 million hectares of land in various parts of Indonesia, are now participating in community-based fire prevention initiatives. This is the result of the first year of collaborative work of the FFA.

Check out the video below to learn more.