Rapid Study Report | March 2021: Gender Issues in Social Forestry in West Nusa Tenggara Province


As of 2020, the area of forests managed through the social forestry (PS) scheme has reached 4.2 million hectares. Government of Indonesia is targeting to increase the area of social forestry to 8 million hectares by 2024 (RPJMN 2020-2024). This target is set to alleviate poverty, especially for communities around forest areas. Data from the Directorate General of Social Forestry and Environmental Partnerships (Ditjen PSKL), Ministry of Environment

Research Report Studi | Sustainable Financing of National Parks through Establishment of Public Service Agencies


Initiatives to clarify the direction of National Park (NP) management have been carried out by the Ministry of Forestry since 2006, through the Independent National Park model, and including 12 NPs in the 2010-2014 Strategic Plan for the status of Public Service Agencies (BLU) as the main indicator. NPs face complex and varied problems, as

Study on Gender Responsive Climate Change BUDGETING


The effects of climate change can affect entire societies in different parts of the globe. Where parties most affected by climate change are developing countries and vulnerable groups in society, such as women and children. A study conducted by the London School of Economics and Political Science of 141 countries affected by disasters in the

Policy Paper | Public Service Agency Status for National Parks for Sustainable Conservation Area Management

Kertas Kebijakan | BLU TN untuk Pengelolaan Kawasan Konservasi Berkelanjutan

Indonesia is a “megabiodiversity country”, because it has large amounts of biodiversity and natural wealth, such as beautiful and unique natural panorama. National parks (Taman Nasional) are the last strongholds for the protection and preservation of Indonesia’s biodiversity. The area of ​​national parks reaches 16.2 million hectares or 59.81% of the total conservation area which

Fact Sheet | BLU Status to Optimize the Role of National Parks

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In general, Indonesia’s forest areas, aside from functioning as a conservation area, are also a source of livelihood for the surrounding communities. The 2014 BPS survey stated that the number of people living around forest areas was around 32,447,851 persons. The percentage of villages located in forest areas is 2.48% or around 2,037 villages, while