Anoa conservation at the Forest-based Rural Community
Anoa conservation at the Forest-based Rural Community
GOAL
Embodies Village forest Labbo village & Pattaneteang as a anoa study center and comunity based increase comunity incomes through optimizing the utilizations of the work area forest village
OBJECTIVES
Objective 1 : To encourage the publication of Village Regulation (PERDES) Land Classification Plan are integrated in the Rural Development Plan (RPJMDes).
Indicator : 1. Land Classification Plan as a communitu based
2. Village Regulation Draft land use plan that is integrated with RPJMDes
Activities : 1. Participatory Mapping
Participatory mapping conducted with the study phase of rural development planning documents, Workshops and Training Participatory Mapping, Decision coordinates the preparation of the documents as needed village land use plans digital mapping, participatory mapping corrections to Workshop Land Land Classification Plan. (more details see work plan).
2. Preparation of Draft Perdes Participatory Land Classification Plan
To seek assurance anoa sustainability of community-based conservation that will be contained in the land use plan prepared by the society in accordance with their needs, the necessary regulatory support that is integrated with the Rural Development Plan (RPJMDes). The regulation could be village regulations (Perde
Objective 2 : Encourage economic improvement through the use of block work area village forest management.
Indicator : 1. Provided data and information on the habitat anoa in Forest Village and Pattaneteang Labbo.
2. Labbo village forest-Pattaneteang into community-based learning center Anoa
Activities : 1 . Inventory anoa populations and habitat restoration
Inventory of potential to be made by the public with expert is a continuation of the observations made during the grand palnning to determine the approximate population of anoa in the woods and Pattaneteang Labbo village , as well as to determine the detailed location for water catchment vegetation propagation and multiplication anoa feed . Plants to be propagated is local wood species such as ka'ne , mawa and nutmeg ' as well as the source of feed crops such anoa katilaporo and Kombeng - Kombeng .
2 . Building a community -based learning centers anoa
Anoa learning center is basically digging , collecting and documenting information about anoa knowledge society and knowledge derived from community-based conservation activities in the forests Anoa village . Information and knowledge gained will be collected at the study center anoa then processed into data that deserves publication . All activities above will be carried out jointly with the communities around the forest .
Objective 3 : Encourage economic improvement through the use of block work area village forest management.
Indicator : 1. There is one each management group civet coffee and honey from the forest village
2. Provided forest products in the form of 100 kg and 100 liters of civet coffee honey from the forest villages.
3. Created market opportunities for forest products villages.
Activities : 1 . Establish and train management group mongoose and honey production forest village .
The number of farmers who work took coffee and honey, work area and village forest Labbo Pattaenteang reached 182 families. farmers annually produce at least about 11.5 tonnes of dry coffee and 546 liters of honey. Coffee trees that are in a protected forest area causes civet ( civet ) freely mamakan coffee beans from farmers. This year Balang buy 20 kg of civet coffee Labbo village forest . Necessary to increase the income of farmers through group cooperation , both in terms of harvesting, post- harvest handling and marketing. To improve the skills of processing coffee and honey will be training with the goal of Huta village farmer beneficiaries
2 . Build a network of markets and opening stores village forest products .
Coffee and honey from the forest village Pattaneteang Labbo and sold in the form of logs to traders who come to the farmhouses. During the coffee prices are determined by traders, farmers do not have access to know the price in a bigger market. Open market network is intended to connect farmers with larger merchants at the provincial level as well as opening stores that sell prepackaged ground coffee.
Objective 4 : Publication, Monitoring and Evaluation
Indikator : 1. Publications available in the form of T-shirts, leaflets, annual calendars, newsletters, and books.
2. The spread of information about the community-based conservation efforts Anoa in Forest Village
3. Reports the results of monitoring and evaluation
Kegiatan : 1. Monitoring and evaluation
This activity will be carried out once per three months. Monitoring and evaluation will be carried out by way of discussions and visits to locations involving program implementers, beneficiaries, and local governments.
2. Publication
These activities will be implemented through the creation of T-shirts, leaflets, annual calendars, newsletters, and books. T-shirts will be distributed to those who are involved in activities multiply vegetation and watershed and habitat restoration anoa life. Leaflets and yearly calendar will be distributed to governments, NGOs, farmers around the forest, and academia. While buletinakan published once a month to publish thirds Anoa conservation development that will be distributed to governments, NGOs, farmers around the forest, and academia. End of the activity will be published book on community-based conservation Anoa in Forest Village.
EXPECTED OUTPUT
1. Publication of Village Regulations (Perdes) Land Classification Plan are integrated in the Rural Development Plan (RPJMDes).
2. Labbo village forest-Pattaneteang into community-based information center Anoa
3. Increased economic governance communities through the use of block work area Forest Village.
PARTICIPANTS AND / OR PROJECT BENEFICIARIES
Direct : 1. Community-based conservation programs anoa This will involve:
2. 1. Balang as program implementers
3. 2. LPHD and forest communities as recipients of program beneficiaries.
Indirect : 1. Users irrigation for rice fields in the district. Gantarang keke and Pa'jukukang Kab. Bantaeng and district. Gantarang, Kab. Bulukumba,
2. Stakeholders namely the Department of Forestry and Agriculture, Regional Environmental Center, Natural Resources Conservation Center, University (Universitas Hasanuddin) and the Institute of Environmental campaigners.
 

Project Snapshot

Grantee:
BALANG
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Climate Change Mitigation
Grant Amount:
US$ 25,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 28,019.00
Project Number:
INS/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/13/002
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed

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Mr Adam Kurniawan
Phone: 085299456856
Email: sapabintoeng@gmail.com
 

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Mr. Hery Budiarto
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Ms. Meinar Sapto Wulan
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