Waste Management of Forests and Forestry through Agroforestry Three Dimensional and Jepara's Biocomposite Co-project
Waste Management of Forests and Forestry through Agroforestry Three Dimensional and Jepara's Biocomposite Co-project
for forest management planning and forest waste to cope with climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions
Objective 1 : Forest management plan with innovative techniques that agro-forestry systems are three-dimensional with intensive silvi-culture;
Indicators : 1. There are 5 abandoned and degraded lands belonging to residents of the cooperative wants to do the rehabilitation process.
2. The availability of multipurpose plant species (mango, durian, guava, jackfruit, and rambutan) are combined with the planting of fast growing species (Jabon, sengon, acacia, teak and mahogany fast growing)
3. Silvi-cultural systems and the implementation of IPM Integrated Pest Management.
4. The implementation of agro-forestry systems in three dimensions
Activities : 1. Rehabilitation of areas degraded or abandoned lands with the application of agro-forestry systems with 900 fast-growing wood species
2. Rehabilitation of abandoned lands with the application of agro-forestry systems with 300 multipurpose timber types, such as wood mango, rambutan, jackfruit, durian.
3. Planting crops and epiphytes to stand down and cover the three-dimensional implementation of agro-forestry systems such as cassava, ginger, orchids, betel, sweet potato.
Objective 2 : To manage forestry waste Jepara furniture industry results to produce a composite board (laminated boards), and provide a source of creative economy Djambu society, Jepara small industrial wood waste-based composite board that can be engraved with Jepara carving motifs (intagible culture heritage).
Indicators : 1. Formation of composite board industry (laminated wood waste), the laminated board obtained from the use of industrial waste furniture with the principle of zero waste. Laminated boards that have been formed will be carved manually by people who are competent in the process of wood engraving.
2. Protection of intangible culture of Jepara wood carving patterns. Intangible culture of Jepara carving motifs are some motifs or patterns wood carving from Jepara which has many abandoned and forgotten, so it requires the preservation of culture through penerapananya in wood carving designs.
Activities : 1 . Industrial waste management in an integrated furniture made by small and medium industries are given the help of this program . Jepara 's Biocomposite has worktogether with 3-4 small -scale enterprises in the field of wood carving which is owned by local people . They are in charge of making laminated boards carved or sawmill waste wood processing waste into economic goods vents carved eg , tables , chairs , souvenirs , and some other furniture components . Sales of ready-made products carvings can be done at through cooperatives or privately sold .
2 . Community involvement in the program by the method of co - management . Small industry that has been appointed to develop a waste management program of industrial wood furniture at least able to open up jobs for the recruitment of workers . People here also have a chance to get a permanent job as an addition to the search and processing of waste , masayarat also can develop if the agroforestry systems have abandoned land or gardens .
1. Jepara's Biocomposite Community continue to monitor and actively involve communities in the management and maintenance of agro-forestry and waste management programs kehutananRencana Business
2. In addition, raw material waste is available in abundance. The residents also consider utilizing waste business potential to be developed in the district of Jepara and is one source of livelihood since its launch menjajinkan The World Carving Centre and IPR Geographical Indication by the Ministry of Human Rights of Indonesia.
3. Communities in Jepara's execution has determined Biocomposite determine job description and who will be involved in the program agrforestri and forestry waste management based on the agreement between the people involved with Jepara's Biocomposite Community.
Direct : Residents Djambu West, Jepara furniture industry and the owners will also benefit due to the sale of wood waste into raw materials biocomposites this project. For people involved here are the dominant male-related due process of wood engraving and laminated forestry waste, and application of agroforestry systems. However, for maintenance projects agroforestry crops, dominance is a woman. From the above it can be predicted that at least a proportion of men and women involved in this project 2:1. However, in the multipurpose tree planting and growing caoat, IGaF invites children of elementary N 2 Guava to join the program by the number of 13 boys and 13 girls.
Indirect : Jepara's Biocomposite Community and Jepara regency government because the program is successfully empowering people at Jambu village, Jepara Jepara to mobilize sectors of the economy. For Jepara community's Biocomposite Community, there are 6 women involved and 5 men who will be involved in this project.
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Project Snapshot

Jepara's Biocomposite Community
Area Of Work:
Climate Change Mitigation
Grant Amount:
US$ 2,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 400.00
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed

Grantee Contact

Mr Ahmad Mustaqim
Phone: 08988584615
Email: mustaqim2959@gmail.com,


Jalan H. Karmani Gang Setiakawan, RT. 02 / RW. 01, Jambu Barat, Mlonggo
Jepara , Central Java , 59452



SGP Country office contact

Ms. Catharina Dwihastarini
(62-21) 720-6125/722-0905
(62-21) 722-0905
Mr. Hery Budiarto
(62-21) 720-6125/722-0905
(62-21) 722-0905
Ms. Meinar Sapto Wulan
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