During Berau Expo, which was held due to the celebrations of the Berau district 60 years anniversary, FORCLIME together with the Forest Management Unit of Berau Barat (Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan Model Berau Barat) displayed the implementation and achievements of their collaborative activities. The 60 years anniversary celebration also commemorated the 203 years anniversary of the capital city of Berau district, Tanjung Redeb. The expo was held from 14th to 21st of September 2013 in Tanjung Redeb. Exhibitors of the expo came from technical units of the local government, the private sector, and from small and medium-sized enterprises.
Berau is one of FORCLIME’s pilot districts in East Kalimantan. Among recent activities conducted by FORCLIME in Berau was, for instance, a survey about the socio-economic situation of communities in the surroundings of the KPH Model Berau Barat. For the results of the survey, please visit: http://www.forclime.org/en/media-and-publication
Following up on the workshop on Competence Based Learning (CBL) on 27th of August 2013, the Center of Forestry Education and Training (CFET) in collaboration with GIZ FORCLIME conducted a Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop in Bogor, from June 2nd to September 6th 2013, in order to support the implementation of CBL in forestry education and training institutions in Indonesia. The purpose of this training was to increase knowledge and skills in implementing CBL as an active learning method in forestry training institutions.
The ToT was organized by the FORCLIME manager for Human Resource Capacity Development, Edy Marbyanto, and facilitated by Jolanda Buter, Aida Fitrini Friggia Aziz-Marien, and Edia Rahayuningsih, all hired by FORCLIME. Participants of the training were 26 officials and lecturers representing the CFET, the Forestry Training Centres (BDK) of Bogor, Kadipaten and Samarinda, and the Center for Planning and Development of Human Resources in the Ministry of Forestry (Pusrenbang SDMK).
Materials presented during the training include the general concept of CBL which consists of: (a) Principles of CBL; (2) Learning theory; (3) Introduction of the the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia - KKNI) and the Indonesian National Occupational Competency Standards (Standar Kompetensi Kerja Nasional Indonesia - SKKNI); (4) Training Needs Assessment (TNA); (5) Identification of competency and its elements; (6) Curriculum development based on the SKKNI; (7) Monitoring and evaluation of learning, and (8) Active learning.
In his closing speech, the Head of CFET expressed his appreciation for the activity and expected that such trainings will be able to support the improvement of public services for human resource development in the forestry sector in Indonesia. As a result, through its increased human resources for forestry, Indonesia will be able to successfully compete in the ASEAN open market from 2015 onwards.
For more information, please contact:
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic Area Manager for Human Capacity Development
The District Plantation and Forestry Service of Kapuas Hulu, together with GIZ FORCLIME and the local civil society organisation Kami Anak Bangsa (KABAN), conducted a meeting in the village of Nanga Lauk, Embaloh Hilir sub-district, Kapuas Hulu district in West Kalimantan province to disseminate information concerning Community Based Forest Management (CBFM). The two-days meeting was undertaken from 30th – 31st of August 2013 and was attended by 43 inhabitants of the village.
The objective of the activity was to increase public comprehension about polices related to forest resource management. Additionally, members of the local community were also able to get further information on policies for non-timber forest products (NTFPs), particularly forest honey, through the establishment of a Forest Honey Working Group as part of the social forestry scheme.
It is expected that the event will lead to increased public knowledge and understanding about the concept of CBFM, as well as provide evidence of possible NTFP management potentials, such as honey collection, in Nanga Lauk village.
Nanga Lauk village, as many villages in Embaloh Hilir sub-district, is located along the river. Most of the village area is lowland or swamp forest, including peatlands which are an ideal habitat for honey-bees. Furthermore, Nanga Lauk lies within a Model Forest Management Unit (FMU) which constitutes a pilot area for the development and trialling of emission reduction efforts as part of the Indonesian – German cooperation through the FORCLIME programme.
For more information, please contact
Ali Mustofa, Thematic Leader for Community Empowerment