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Webinar: Research results of internship students from Tanah Papua

2020 07 09 webinar hasil penelitian intern small

As part of developing educational and work opportunities for Papuan and West Papuan students, GIZ Indonesia provided an opportunity for Cenderawasih University and Papua University students to undertake an internship from June – October 2019 in the Forests and Climate Change Program (FORCLIME) – a bilateral cooperation programme between the Indonesian and German governments. After completing the internship, the student interns were given the opportunity to conduct research in Tanah Papua (land of Papua) and the results were presented in a webinar series.

The first series of webinars was held on July 9, 2020, with the topics:

  • Utilization of non-timber forest products by communities in the Keerom sub-watershed area, Keerom Regency by Cheny Adetyaningsih (Cenderawasih University student);
  • Analysis of vegetation and estimation of carbon stocks in the Irier protected forest area, Sarmi Regency by Sammaria Julia Karma (Cenderawasih University student).

More than 55 people joined the webinar series, including representatives from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry at the centre (Planning Bureau) and technical implementing units in Papua Province (BBKSDA, TN Wasur), West Papua Province (BP2LHK), East Kalimantan Province (BDLHK Samarinda); Forest Service and forest management units (Papua, West Kalimantan); NGOs; universities in Papua and West Papua (Cenderawasih, Papua, Ottow Geisller); RI-Germany cooperation programmes (APCC, SASCI).

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

Created: Monday, 13 July 2020

Working synergy in conflict resolution

2020 06 23 webinar conflict resolution

With an aim to share experiences in the areas of conflict management, land tenure negotiation and private public partnerships; four bilateral programmes of the German and Indonesian governments conducted a webinar on 23 June 2020 using the MS Teams application.
The four programmes are: Forests and Climate Change Programme (FORCLIME), Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains (SASCI), Sustainable and Climate-Friendly Palm Oil Production and Procurement (SCPOPP) and Low Emissions Oil Palm Development (LEOPALD).
The participants of the webinar were local partners of the four Programmes mentioned in East and West Kalimantan provinces, which represent government agencies, NGOs and private companies at the provincial and district levels.

This sharing session will be conducted in series. The first webinar presented shared experiences from the conflict management integrated team (Tim Terpadu Penanganan Gangguan Usaha dan Konflik Perkebunan) from Berau district (East Kalimantan) and the Kapuas Hulu district resolution conflict desk (Desk Resolusi Konflik) from West Kalimantan. In addition, they also presented the progress of “toolkit” development for facilitating partnerships and conflict management in the plantation sector.

For more information, please contact:
Asman Aziz, Adviser for Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership, LEOPALD
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic Area Manager for Human Capacity Development, FORCLIME
Ananda Putri Permatasari, Junior Adviser for Low Carbon Development, LEOPALD

Created: Monday, 29 June 2020

FORCLIME facilitates the preparation of ecotourism design in North Kalimantan

2020 05 29 Activity Sheet Virtual Meeting with KPH TarakanSQ

The Tarakan forest management unit (KPH Tarakan) is preparing a community-based ecotourism programme in its protection forest which will apply the “payment for environmental services concept”. The proposed ecotourism site is a reservoir, Embung Binalatung, which supplies clean water for the city of Tarakan in North Kalimantan. For the purpose of ecotourism development, the KPH Tarakan, supported by FORCLIME, conducted a study on detail engineering design (DED). The results of this study were presented by the consultant on 29 May 2020 using the MS Teams application. 15 participants joined the virtual meeting representing the Province Forestry Service, KPH Tarakan and FORCLIME.

The DED provides cost estimation with the specification of the designed items, as well as the estimation work schedule. Based on the study, KPH Tarakan will prepare a proposal for the provincial government and relevant parties to develop a payment for environmental services programme, called: “Green Slipi Ecotourism Embung Binalatung".

Following up from the meeting, the consultant will finalize the DED study report based on inputs collected during the event. Afterwards, the KPH Tarakan will arrange a meeting with relevant parties to develop a public-private partnership on ecotourism business development.

For more information, please contact:
Mohammad Sidiq, Coordinator North Kalimantan Province
Novita Andes Nurdiana, Coordinator Malinau district and Technical Adviser for Social Forestry

Created: Tuesday, 09 June 2020

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