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FORCLIME news

Forest management unit in Berau collaborates with partners through partnership scheme

Batu rajang skema kemitraan

The Forest Management Unit (KPH) Berau Barat together with its partners, such as FORCLIME technical cooperation and financial cooperation, and local NGOs (Penjalin Foundation and Payo-Payo Foundation), validated the proposed location to carry out activities through a partnership scheme on 24-25 November in Berau district, East Kalimantan. The validation took place in order to accelerate the process of obtaining a legal basis for a Partnership Scheme in Batu Ranjang village. The parties involved in this partnership scheme are three farmers groups of Batu Rajang Village (Bangen Tawai, Pebeka Tawai, Tiga Tawai), which represent 76 households, and PT. Inhutani I Labanan, a forest concession. After the visit, they agreed on a potential location of ± 1,705 hectares, which then will be determined after conducting negotiations between farmer groups of Batu Rajang and concession holder. Afterwards, a Cooperation Agreement document will be signed.

Batu Rajang village in Berau district, East Kalimantan was selected as model in developing and implementing a partnership scheme, which is carried out by the KPH Berau Barat and is based on the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Regulation No. P.83 / 2016 on Social Forestry.

For more information, please contact:
Suprianto, Technical Advisor for FMU development, Berau
Tunggul Butarbutar, East Kalimantan Provincial Coordinator
Lutz Hofheinz, Strategic Area Manager Forest Management Unit

Created: Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Building up a Communication Strategy for Lore Lindu Biosphere Reserve

Jourrnalist training Palu

FORCLIME facilitated an Environmental Journalism Training in Palu, Sulawesi on 28 November to 1 December. The training aims to strengthen the outreach and communication strategy of Lore Lindu Biosphere Reserve  in Central Sulawesi, it is part of FORCLIME’s overall strategy to improve and strengthen the self-sustainability and management of the park. The training was attended by 21 participants, representing the National Park, the Grand Park, Forest Management Units and local stakeholders from the Lore Lindu Biosphere Reserve.

The training covered free writing, storytelling, news articles, blogging, photography and videography. After the four days of in class training and practices, the training is continued off class for the next two months through online group coaching with the target of having articles published in local media and personal blogs.

Lore Lindu Biosphere Reserve, declared by UNESCO in 1977, lays in the heart of Sulawesi and covers four districts (Sigi, Poso, Parigi Moutong and Donggala) with the Lore Lindu National Park as its core zone.

For more information, please contact:
Ismet Khaeruddin, Senior Adviser for Biodiversity conservation and Central Sulawesi Province Coordinator

Created: Friday, 08 December 2017

The Environment and Forest Training Center improves its lecturers’ capacity on post-training evaluation

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The Head of the Environment and Forest Training Center of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (Pusat Diklat SDM KLHK) opened a workshop on Post-Training Evaluation Method on 21-22 November in Bogor. The event, supported by FORCLIME, aimed to improve the capacity of the lecturers (widyaiswara) to conduct post-training evaluation to measure the effectiveness of a training in order to achieve continuous improvement. The workshop, with speakers from the State Administration Institute (LAN), was attended by 40 lecturers from the Pusat Diklat SDM KLHK and the Bogor Training and Education Agency (BD LHK Bogor).

During his speech, the Head of Pusat Diklat LHK said that a lecturer must have the competence to teach and train civil servants. Also, a lecturer should be able to conduct research related to the training, develop new innovation concepts and provide input for policy improvement (policy advocacy).

As a follow-up of this workshop, Pusat Diklat LHK will improve the Guidelines for Post-Training Evaluation based on the inputs during the workshop.

For more information, please contact:
Endang PD, Head of Department for Evaluation, Accreditation and Cooperation, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic Area Manager, Human Capacity Development, FORCLIME

Created: Wednesday, 06 December 2017