Improved land use through the silvopastoral system that supports community livestock as a source of livelihood and energy, as well as the creation of a learning center for the community in Nusa Penida
Improved land use through the silvopastoral system that supports community livestock as a source of livelihood and energy, as well as the creation of a learning center for the community in Nusa Penida
Title of Activity
Improved land use through the silvopastoral system that supports community livestock as a source of livelihood and energy, as well as the creation of a learning center for the community in Nusa Penida

Activity Duration
Specifically for the construction and development of a learning center / learning house, it takes 6 (six) months

General Objectives (Mission and Vision and Values ??to be achieved at the end of the proposed program)

Increasing the carrying capacity of land through silvopastoral to support the economy and the existence of an information center for the community related to eco-logic programs in Nusa Penida

Expected results at the end of collaboration with GEF SGP
• Beneficiary groups can develop livestock feed even in the dry season
• Increased understanding of beneficiaries to produce quality livestock
• The motivation of the assisted community to develop an effective and efficient livestock system after a comparative study on animal husbandry in Bali
• Silvopastoral system can be adopted by surrounding communities
• Distribution of silvopastoral seeds / seeds to the surrounding farmers / breeders
• Learning media about an effective livestock system as a reference for other communities in developing silvopastoral
• The biogas system that is felt by the beneficiaries and as an example for other people who want to make environmentally friendly alternative energy in Nusa Penida
• Animal livestock (profit sharing) system provides additional economic benefits for beneficiaries which will be managed by local institutions in Nusa Penida for future sustainability
• Training center managed by the local Taksu Tridatu Institution as a pilot site for the community in Nusa Penida regarding eco-logic programs that have been implemented

Mainstreaming Gender and Social Inclusion
What is the role of men and women in the proposed activity (focusing on women's needs). How this activity can be enjoyed by all groups in society including marginalized groups.

In each activity, each component of the community has an ongoing role in the community and strengthening gender mainstreaming in each activity, such as:
- Women: involved during training, especially in the preparation of plant seedlings, feed processing, foraging and feeding.
- Men: directly involved in training and many roles in hoeing, planting, maintaining, breeding, cleaning cages.

How does the community measure the success of activities
• Planning and organizing activities
Since the activity began, the community was involved in making decisions and determined the planned activities to be carried out according to the time available. Program socialization for leaders and potential beneficiaries will be carried out at the beginning of the program.
• Implementation of activities
The activities are carried out in a transparent manner and decided together with the community, so that all parties can plan and measure according to their capacity. If there is a change in the planned implementation of the activity, the change will be updated to the responsible party / supervisor / donor to achieve a better program goal.
• Monitoring and evaluation of activities
Every training conducted will be prepared survey sheets on the impact of the training by the beneficiaries before attending the training and after attending the training. Periodically the program facilitators and the person in charge of activities including the Wisnu Foundation will conduct monitoring / evaluation together, both for the assisted communities, institutions and community leaders in each village.

Opportunities for sustainability of activities
• How key behaviors support the program and benefit from this program
Since the beginning, key figures have been involved in the program, such as: village head, adat bendesa (adat leader), kelian subak (subak leader), kelian banjar (banjar leader) or PKK group to get an agreement on the implementation of activities and determine the appropriate criteria for beneficiaries.
• What is the planned sustainability of the activities after funding from GEF SGP ends?
• Management and maintenance of the results of activities
The proposer in this case is a new local institution in Nusa Penida that has a concern for the progress of the community, in its implementation it will be driven by actors who have decades of experience in community assistance in Nusa Penida. During the process of activities mobilizing local organizations will be accompanied to improve sensitivity and understanding of the assisted community. So that when the program is finished, the local organization still continues the groups that have been formed and manages the assets of the livestock (profit sharing) livestock and the training center that has been created.
• Business plan
Animal lizards (profit sharing) for beneficiaries who meet the criteria and foaming
 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Yayasan Taksu Tridatu
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
Grant Amount:
US$ 15,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 15,300.10
Project Number:
INS/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/19/074
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed

Grantee Contact

Mr I Wayan Karta
Email: iwayankartaganesh@gmail.com, igedearistawijaya@gmail.com
 

Address

Banjar Nyuh, Desa Ped 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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