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 Forests and Climate Change Programme
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 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)
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FORCLIME

 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)

University of Ottow Geissler Papua and FORCLIME coordinate over preparation of priority programmes for 2022

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In order to prepare the parties concerned for the implementation of priority programmes during 2022, the University of Ottow Geissler and FORCLIME held a coordination meeting on 24 May 2022 in the Rectorate Meeting Room of the University of Ottow Geissler in Jayapura, Papua. The meeting was opened by the Chancellor of the University of Ottow Geissler Papua (UOGP), Mr Jerry Sawai, M.Sc., PhD. and discussed the development of a number of jointly initiated programmes, including the following:

  • Development of a GIS laboratory as a center of excellence at the University of Ottow Geissler Papua. The location for the GIS laboratory has already been prepared, while the lab’s institutional structure will involve all of the university’s faculties.
  • The Nyei Toro Educational Forest, an educational forest management institutional structure that will involve UOGP, local government and the Necheibe customary community, is currently being prepared.
  • FORCLIME will admit two students onto its 2022 internship programme through a selection process. This internship programme will be integrated through the independent campus method (Merdeka Belajar, Kampus Merdeka (MBKM).
  • UOGP has created a students’ association organization (Sylva UOGP) that is set to become a member of the International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA). All of the membership requirements have already been met in this regard, while a registration application has already been submitted and is currently being processed.

FORCLIME is highly strategic programme and supports programme development at the University of Ottow Geissler Papua through capacity building,” explained Vice Chancellor I, George M. Satya, M.Sc., PhD.

For more information, please contact:
Theodora F. Resubun, Advisor for Sustainable Forest Management and Coordinator for Papua Province
Mohammad Sidiq, Strategic Area Manager for Sustainable Forest Management and Coordinator for Papua and West Papua Province

Created: Wednesday, 08 June 2022

Papua’s Forestry and Environment Service coordinates with FORCLIME during preparations for the implementation of priority programmes in 2022

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In order to prepare for the implementation of priority programmes in conjunction with FORCLIME, the Papua Forestry and Environment Service (Dinas KLH) held a coordination meeting with FORCLIME on 22 May 2022 in the meeting room of the XXI Production Forest Management Unit (KPHP XXI) office in Sarmi Regency, Papua Province. The meeting was opened by the Head of Planning for Dinas KLH, Dr. Estiko Tri Wiradyo, SH. M.Sc. and was also attended by representatives from KPHP XXI Mamberamo-Sarmi and KPHP XXIII Sarmi.

During his opening address, Dr. Estiko explained that, to date, support for forest management units (KPH) has prioritized the KPH Model, including within the Biak Numfor protected forest (KPHL Biak Numfor). Working in conjunction with FORCLIME, support for the strengthening of FMUs is also now set to be implemented within KPHP XXI and KPHP XXIII. At both of these KPHPs, FORCLIME will offer technical assistance in an effort to improve overall governance, in addition to supporting the development of non-timber forest products (NTFPs). Ultimately, the hope is that the two KPHPs will become examples capable of inspiring the whole of north Papua.

During his presentation, the Acting Head of KPHP XXIII Sarmi, Henoch Kende, explained that in addition to terrestrial areas, the KPHP XXIII area also encompasses the working areas of five islands that have ecotourism potential as fishing spots and turtle nesting locations. Other potential areas of development include eco-tourism within the locations of the area’s waterfalls, the production of Trigona honey and the development of NTFPs such as agarwood leaves, which are used to make agarwood tea. In addition, this area boasts a high level of forest product utilization, including damar and merbau timbers. The area’s wildlife parks (TSL), which are home to many species of bird, also have significant potential but require further data collection, while KPHP XXIII also has potential as a source of agarwood nurseries.

The head of the KPHP Unit XXI planning section at Mamberamo-Sarmi, Debora Sawen, explained during her presentation that KPHP XXI had significant NTFP potential, specifically in terms of red fruit oil and processed sago cookies.
In addition, the area also boasts a number of ecotourism waterfalls and hot springs, however, these will require significant development through advertising and ecotourism design in order to transform them into tourist attractions.

FORCLIME is set to offer various types of support, including the following:
- Technical guidance relating to the preparation of forest management plans (RPHJP).
- A bio-geophysical study of the area will be implemented in stages in line with the availability of FORCLIME funds.
- Leadership training will be offered at the management level at KPH and the Dinas KLH Office.
- Digital marketing training will be offered in an effort to strengthen the Forestry Creative Gallery so that it will be able to support the sale of non-timber forest products from KPHP XXI and KPHP XXIII, which are currently being marketed through the gallery.
- Preparation of a master plan for the development of ecotourism within the Sarmi area.

FORCLIME support, particularly the study of biodiversity and KPHP XXI potential, should prove very useful during planning processes for KPHP XXIII and will mean that the preparation of RPHJP documents can be undertaken based on the existing potential,” explained Henoch Kende, Acting Head of KPHP XXIII.

For more information, please contact:
Theodora F. Resubun, Advisor for Sustainable Forest Management and Coordinator for Papua Province
Mohammad Sidiq, Strategic Area Manager for Sustainable Forest Management and Coordinator for Papua and West Papua Province

Created: Tuesday, 07 June 2022

Lore Lindu National Park Evaluates Community Conservation Agreements in Sigi District, Central Sulawesi

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In 2018, the Lore Lindu National Park revised its working zones in order to accommodate a traditional zone of 25,229.6 hectares as a conservation partnership space to be run in cooperation with local communities. The traditional zone is part of a conservation area that has been designated for communities that are dependent upon natural resources, such as food (traditional cultivation) and non-timber forest products, trades which they have engaged in for many generations. After the zoning revision had been completed, the Lore Lindu National Park (Balai Besar TNLL) established a conservation partnership with villages around its area through the Village Conservation Management Institute (LPKD), which was formed by the village head. The conservation partnership is an arrangement that grants the right of access to communities located around the Lore Lindu National Park in relation to the utilisation of non-timber forest products (NTFPs), traditional cultivation and the use of environmental services in order to support the life of the community. As of 2021, the Lore Lindu National Park had already established conservation partnerships with 56 villages. Seven of these villages lie in the Regency of Sigi, specifically: North Pakuli, Pakuli, Simoro, Omu, Tuva, Lawua and Toro.

The collaborative activities that are outlined in the Community Conservation Agreement (KKM) stipulate various rights and obligations that apply to the national park and partnering communities. Communities that are involved in conservation partnership cooperation are obliged, in conjunction with the TNLL Center, to maintain the national park area and must also fulfill a number of other requirements that are set out within the cooperation agreement, including increasing human resources in order to support the management of the Lore Lindu National Park and efforts towards biodiversity conservation, maintaining facilitation in order to support the utilization of non-timber forest products, traditional cultivation, the utilisation of aquatic resources in relation to unprotected species and limited natural tourism.

At the present time, the National Park is required to provide direction to and supervise various technical activities, as well as carry out monitoring and evaluations in relation to the activities that are listed under the cooperation agreement. Monitoring processes should aim to determine development and progress, as well as identify problems and formulate solutions in relation to the implementation of community conservation partnerships. As a part of this monitoring regime, the management of the Lore Lindu National Park organized a recent evaluation meeting in order to assess the progress of the community conservation agreement. This meeting was held in the Regency of Sigi in Central Sulawesi between 2 - 3 June 2022.

The evaluation was carried out over a period of two days and the results revealed that the management of the LPKD, though still very much operational, was not currently as active as it had been when assistance had previously been provided. In this regard, management changes had been made to the LPKD in North Pakuli, Simoro and Lawua. Moreover, while some of the equipment possessed by the LPKD was still being used, the condition of others was unknown. In addition, some of the nurseries had been damaged and had not functioned since the seeds had originally been distributed to LPKD members and other communities. However, one success story is the Cinta Lingkungan LPKD, which is located in the village of Simoro and which has planted various types of forestry plants along with seasonal crops as part of its LPKD-related operations.

Ultimately, several recommendations were made in addition to the extension of several PKS that had come to an end, including: improving coordination and cooperation with various parties in order to promote products/multi-businesses and their marketing; Meanwhile, more meetings are required as part of the mentoring of the managements of several businesses, as well as to strengthen the capacities of LPKD members and their institutions while improving access and infrastructure in order to support multi-business activities.

The results of the evaluation will be reported to the Head of the Lore Lindu National Park Office and will be used as a reference during the drawing up of a community empowerment master plan for the area lying around the Lore Lindu National Park in accordance with Regulation of the Director-General of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation Number P.6/KSDAE/SET/Kum.1/ 6/2018 on Technical Guidelines for Conservation Partnerships in Nature Reserves and Nature Conservation Areas.

For more information, please contact:
Fikty Aprilinayati, Advisor for Sustainable Forest Management and Biosphere Reserve Management
Ismet Khaeruddin, Senior Advisor for the Biodiversity Focal Point for the KFW Forest Program 3 and Provincial Coordinator for Central Sulawesi

Created: Friday, 03 June 2022

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