Community Based Integrated Critical Land Management
Community Based Integrated Critical Land Management
Project goal:
Best practices in managing post-fired land which is adopted and supported by local Community acts as well as Government policy
Project objectives:
1.To form a demonstration project which is suitable from conservation point of view as well as community’s interest
2.To improve the productivity of post-fired land
3.To increase farmer’s self reliance economic activities by applying intensification and diversification farming system
4.To conserve biodiversity by planting local variety plants
5.To raise community’s awareness and participation on conservation activities
6.To increase community’s awareness and participation in avoiding and encountering the forest fire
7.To study and draw recommendation on Government policy
8.To get support from local Government authority in best practices on nature resources and land management
Activities to be carried out under the project :
a)Coordination with local CBO in term of working management and scheduling
b)Survey on natural resources available
c)Training module
d)Supporting policy analysis
e)Solution identification based on need assessment
f)Demonstration project setting
2.Local training and education in the field.
a)Integrated nature resources management
b)Forest fire hazards management
3.Outreach Approach.
Meetings, seminar, workshop, networking, reporting
4.Technical Assistance.
a)Field training for the farmers
b)Post harvest maintaining techniques
5.Evaluation and Reporting.
Project Participants and/or beneficiaries :
1.Pusat Studi Ekonomi dan Lingkungan (PSEL)
2.Local Community
3.Government Authority
Anticipated result of project :
1.Increased community’s awareness and participation on conservation effort
2.Increased community’s skill in forest management that will be used to avoid and encounter the forest fire
3.Increased community’s economic activity by applying integrated farming management in post fired land
4.Conserved biodiversity through planting local varieties plants
5.Increased post-fired land productivity
6.Well maintained demonstration project by local community
7.Well coordinated project conducted by PSEL and local CBO
8.Well informed Government Authority on the on-going project
9.Well-studied Local Government Policy
10.Documented community’s conservation activities as well as the improvement of land’s quality
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Project Snapshot

Pusat Study Ekonomi dan Lingkungan
Area Of Work:
Grant Amount:
US$ 16,525.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 9,591.00
Project Number:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
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