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2020 internship programme for Papua students at FORCLIME during the covid-19 pandemic

2020 09 14 Introduction orkshop for internship 2020

Following the successful internships programme conducted in 2019, FORCLIME would like to continue the program for 2020. This year, five new graduates from Papua University and one student from Ottow Geissler University join the internship programme. Due to the current covid-19 pandemic, the internship will be done entirely online. Each intern will be assigned a mentor to facilitate and supervise their work during the internship. The internship will last for a period of two and a half months. The internship has already commenced with an Introduction Workshop held on 14 to 18 September 2020, this was also conducted online using MS Teams.

During the workshop, interns were given background information on a variety of topics. These included priority programs in the forestry sector, GIZ, FORCLIME and its thematic areas such social forestry, biodiversity conservation, forest management unit development and climate change mitigation in the forestry sector. In addition, interns also received insights from other GIZ programmes relating to corruption prevention in the forestry sector, peatland management, and sustainable agriculture supply chains.

For more information about the FORCLIME internship programme, please contact:
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic area manager for human capacity development
Pipin Permadi, National Coordinator

Created: Monday, 21 September 2020

3rd Webinar: Research Results of Internship Students from Tanah Papua

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After completing an internship programme at FORCLIME in October 2019, some students from Cenderawasih and Papua Universities were given the opportunity to conduct research in Tanah Papua (land of Papua). The results were presented in a webinar series. The first webinar was conducted on July 9th, the second was conducted on July 23rd, while the third webinar was on August 6th and presented on the following student research:

  • “Plant Types for Making the Raw Materials and Natural Colors of the Noken (a traditional bag specifically produced in Papua) which is used by community in Kampong Rhepang Muaif, District Nimbokrang, Kabupaten Jayapura” by Ronauli Silitonga.
  • “Identification of Pathogenic Disease and Fungus in Trees of Agathis labillardieri in Kampong Rimbajaya, District East Biak, Kabupaten Biak Numfor” by Martha Desriyanti Siregar.

The FORCLIME internship programme is part of a great effort to develop educational and work opportunities for Papuan and West Papuan students from Cenderawasih University and Papua University. They were assigned to several of FORCLIME’s pilot areas in order to learn from the FORCLIME team, while also working with partners at the field level.

For more information, please contact:
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic area manager for Human Capacity Development
Jumtani, Coordinator West Kalimantan Province

Created: Tuesday, 25 August 2020

2nd Webinar: Research Results of Internship Students from Tanah Papua

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From July to October 2019, FORCLIME conducted an internship programme for students from Tanah Papua. Eight students from Cenderawasih University and seven students from Papua University participated in the internship programme. They were assigned to several of FORCLIME’s pilot areas in order to learn from the FORCLIME team, while also working with partners at the field level. At the end of internship programme, FORCLIME offered small grants for their interns to conduct research related to forestry issues. The results were presented in a webinar series. The first webinar was conducted on July 9th and the second webinar which was conducted on July 23rd presented research results from the following students:

  • Audita Garry Yuliawan, Spatial Analysis of Participative Mapping of Community Garden Based on Geographic Information System (GIS). A Case study in Toladan village, Sentani District, Jayapura Regency; and
  • Fidel Giovano Lopulalan, Spatial Analysis and Participatory Mapping Based on GIS for Confirming the Administrative Boundary of Sere-Sere Village, Yapen Timur Sub-district, Kepulauan Yapen district.

For more information, please contact:
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic area manager for Human Capacity Development
Mohammad Sidiq, Coordinator North Kalimantan Province

Created: Monday, 03 August 2020

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