One Island for Nusa penida
One Island for Nusa penida
Geographical location of the work area
Nusa Penida is an archipelago that is included in the Province of Bali. Nusa Penida is currently one of the tourist destinations that are in demand by tourists. Nusa Penida is geographically bordered directly by the Badung Strait in the north and west of the Lombok Strait in the east, and the Indian Ocean in the South. Based on data from the Central Statistics Agency in Nusa Penida in Figures 2017, Nusa Penida has an area of ??202.84 km2. Almost all of the land in Nusa Penida is calcareous rock, which is thought to have been a process of uplifting over the last millions of years.
The development of a very massive tourism causes changes in environmental, social and economic conditions in Nusa Penida. The most noticeable change is the economic shift of the community which initially relied on agriculture (both on land and at sea), livestock and craftsman. Drastic changes occur on the coast of Nusa Penida, where most of the people turn to the tourism sector, some are directly involved as tourism businesses and many have released their land to support tourism facilities.
The general situation of the proposed location and the significance of this place socially and economically with the community
a. Work location:
The targeted work locations include:
1. Suana Village is a coastal area with an area of ??1,063 hectares and a height of 20 meters above sea level which has seaweed cultivation, agriculture and fisheries areas. The village of Suana has a tropical climate, with an average rainfall of 42 mm / year and a temperature of 24 degrees to 30 degrees celsius.
2. Batumadeg Village has an area of ??1,356 Ha located in the North and East boundaries of Klumpu Village, the South boundary of Batukandik Village, the Western boundary of the Indonesian Ocean. The number of residents living in Batumadeg Village is 2,580 people.
3. Tanglad Village administratively consists of 4 banjar dinas and 4 pekraman villages. Tanglad Village has an area of ??1,524 hectares, while Banjar Dinas Tanglad is only 38.78%, which is 591 hectares. The Tanglad farmers planted more corn and beans, no longer growing Gaga rice as before, before 1976. Gaga rice was no longer planted on the grounds of water shortages in 1976 and the maintenance was more complicated than corn, also many bird pests sparrow. One of the well-known household businesses in Tanglad is weaving.
b. The name of the area that will be the place of work and the area of ??area to be intervened
Suana Village, Batumadeg Village and Tanglad Village.
General Objectives (Vision, Mission and Values ??to be achieved at the end of the proposed program)
Vision:
The realization of the independence of the Nusa Penida Community as an Integrated Small Ecotourism-Based Island in 2021

Mission:
1. Establish an Ecological Tourism Village based on the environment, culture and social life of the community
2. Develop local wisdom (weaving activities and local food) as a tourist activity
3. Achieve the management of temple assets through ecotourism.

Value to be achieved
1. Transparency
2. Gender Mainstreaming
3. Justice
4. Innovation
5. Dialogue
6. Participatory
Specific Objectives, Indicators, and Activities (Attached)
(Specific objectives must be in line and support at least two of the specific objectives stated in the SGP Indonesia Phase-6 program strategy)

b. Expected results at the end of collaboration with GEF SGP
• The community realizes the potential of the village they have can be a model of tourism village
• Growing community concern in managing their agricultural land to produce better food
• The existence of forest ecotourism around beautiful temples through forest management
• The existence of promotional media in the form of print, digital and internet media so that the potential of woven fabric products can be recognized and sought after by the wider community

c. Mainstreaming Gender and Social Inclusion
In this activity it involves the roles of men and women, but does not involve the role of the disabled because the implementation requires special techniques. Where men play the role of hoeing, planting, maintaining plants as a potential village and processing animal feed. Women play a role in preparing plant seeds, processing yields, and weaving

d. How does the community measure the success of activities
? Planning and organizing activities
? Implementation of activities
? Facilitator who provides assistance during the program
? Monitoring and evaluating activities


e. Opportunities for sustainability of activities
? How key behaviors support the program and benefit from this program
Mutual trust and cooperation between tourism actors, groups and communities in the development of ecotourism areas which can later provide sustainable benefits
? What is the planned sustainability of the activity after funding from GEF SGP ends?
? Management and maintenance of the results of activities
Usaha Business Plan
? Collaboration on activities related to ecotourism with other institutions
? Division of responsibilities within institutions / groups

f. Estimated Risks and Actions
? Risk Estimates
1. Funding that is designed is likely to be lacking due to inaccuracy
2. Economy that tends to be unstable (up and down)
3. Increasing investment pressure
4. Weather conditions
? Actions proposed to reduce the risks faced in achieving the objectives or during the implementation of activities
Together to build a sense of belonging and mutual attitude in the development of ecotourism-based areas
Mutual convincing among the community that in the development of ecotourism-based areas can have a positive impact on supporting the economy
Inviting the Chairperson of Indigenous Villages, the related Village Offices and their staff were involved in bridging the program's sustainability process
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
LOKAMUDA
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
Grant Amount:
US$ 30,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 40,731.60
Project Number:
INS/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/19/070
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed

Grantee Contact

Mr Ali Akbar Ramadani
Phone: +62 821-3730-1293
Email: lokamuda.org@gmail.com
 

Address

Banjar Suana, Desa Suana – Nusa Penida
Klungkung , Bali ,

SGP Country office contact

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

Address

JL. Bacang II No.8, Kramat Pela Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan, 12130

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