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 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)

FORCLIME news

New publication: Population Estimation of Rusa Deer and Hunting Patterns in Tanah Papua

2021 01 26 new book Rusa management in Tambrauw

FORCLIME supported a field research study on deer (Cervus timorensis) management in Tambrauw, West Papua. The study, conducted from May to October in 2019, was designed to provide baseline data on population abundance and the current hunting practices. This information would be essential for future management decisions on the deer population. The field research describes the distribution and population of deer in Tambrauw, hunting patterns and the importance of deer to the local communities in terms of wildlife hunting and sustainability. The research is a collaboration between FORCLIME, the University of Göttingen Germany, and Cenderawasih and Papua Universities.

Link to the book Population Estimation of Rusa Deer and Hunting Patterns in Tanah Papua, Indonesia

For more information, please contact:
Mohammad Sidiq, Technical adviser for sustainable forest management
Dr Margaretha Pangau, researcher of the study

Created: Tuesday, 26 January 2021

FORCLIME and Gajah Mada University coordinate an online course on Forest and Nature Conservation: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals

2021 01 19 online course Sebijak UGM

The Sebijak Forestry Institute (University of Gajah Mada) together with FORCLIME organize an online course on "Forest and Nature Conservation: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals" (SDGs). This activity aims to provide understanding on the role of forests and natural resource conservation in achieving the sustainable development agenda. In addition, the course is developed based on the lessons and learning process of FORCLIME phase 3 implementation (2017-2020). The online course will be conducted in two batches, 19 – 21 January and 26 – 28 January 2021 covers six topics, namely: Introduction on sustainability on forests and SDGs; Climate change and conservation in global development discourses; Forest conservation – biodiversity and environmental services; Forests roles in poverty alleviation; Improving HR capacity at forestry sector; Forest policy in achieving SDGs.

The webinar event is also available for public, however, only 40 participants for the online course that should follow the following requirements: University students; Has commitment to follow all of training subjects. While for webinar participants have be university student of any subject and select one of the topics.

More details on the event is on the Sebijak Institute site

For further information, please contact:
Sekar Ayu Woro Yunita, FORCLIME technical adviser for Monitoring and Evaluation
Andita Aulia Pratama, Lecturer and researcher at the Sebijak Institute, Forestry Faculty of Gajah Mada University

Created: Monday, 18 January 2021

Closing of FORCLIME TC Phase-3

2020 12 10 closing workshop forclime bench

"This programme has consistently supported Indonesia in the development of the environmental and forestry sector to date and for the future," said the Head of Planning Bureau of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF), Dr. Ayu Dewi Utari, in her opening speech at the closing workshop of the FORCLIME TC Phase-3 on December 10, 2020 in Jakarta. The event was held in mixed sessions virtually and face-to-face, and attended by almost 100 participants from three locations, namely Jakarta, Samarinda (East Kalimantan) and Pontianak (West Kalimantan). Furthermore, Dr Ayu said that many significant achievements have been made possible by FORCLIME TC. Among them were the preparation of the MoEF’s Strategic Plan (Renstra) for 2020-2024, Gender Mainstreaming and SDGs (sustainable development goals). Moreover, related to gender issues FORCLIME had facilitated the Ministry of Environment and Forestry to achieve the highest award, namely the “Mentor” level. Before concluding her remarks, Dr Ayu advised that the experiences gained during the implementation of the FORCLIME programme from 2009 to 2020 could be used as lessons learned for implementing FORCLIME 4.0 in new locations in eastern Indonesia, as a continuation of FORCLIME phase 3, and always consistently supporting the MoEF at the national and provincial, district and site levels.

At the event FORCLIME presented short films about FORCLIME’s activities and a learning book on the implementation of FORCLIME in Kalimantan and Sulawesi. In addition, broadcasting testimonials from partners in West Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, East Kalimantan where they conveyed their expectations for “more forclimes” in other future cooperation. Before the event ended participants were entertained through an interactive game, where the 1st and 2nd place winners were awarded to experiencing sitting on the “FORCLIME bench” under the trees at Desa Wisata Setulang, North Kalimantan.

For further information, please contact:
Pipin Permadi, Senior Adviser and Liaison Officer

Created: Wednesday, 16 December 2020

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