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  • 1. Forest Landscape Restoration: Gedepahala Corridor Program Herwasono Soedjito *Conservation International Indonesia **Indonesian Institute of Sciences - LIPI Prana Dewi Resort, Bali, 12 – 15 May 2009
  • 2. Gedepahala Corridor Program Background • Last mountain rainforest in Java • Covered areas 135.332 ha • Gunung Gede Pangrango National Parks ± 21.975 ha • Gunung Halimun Salak National Parks ± 113.357 ha • Home to Java’s most threatened species: Owa jawa (Hylobates moloch), Elang jawa (Spizaetus bartelsi), Surili (Presbytis comata ) dan Macan tutul jawa (Panthera pardus melas) • Primary water catchment for 20 million people Gunung Gede Pangrango NP Gunung Halimun Salak NP
  • 3. Gedepahala Corridor Program – GOAL: Ensure the continuity and sustainability of functions and role of a National Park as natural resources for the human race – PERIOD: 5 years (2008 - 2012) – TARGETS: Water catchments function; Critical land rehabilitation, focusing on upstream areas; Community participation; Private sector participation; Public awareness on the interconnectivity of all lives, both upstream and downstream
  • 4. GEDEPAHALA LANDSCAPE • By 2011, 135,000 hectares of biodiversity habitat in the GEDEPAHALA corridor are functioning and sustainable by creating a “green wall” of vegetation to demarcate and secure the borders. •Forest rehabilitation •Tree adoption •Species conservation •Awareness & Communication
  • 5. Map of Gedepahala
  • 6. A “green wall” • Create vegetation to demarcate and secure the borders • Tree adoption – forest restoration • Hydrology study • Pilot project on micro-hydro electric power for community livelihood with YBUL.
  • 7. DEGRADED LAND ex Perhutani Damaged Areas in the Parks : 9,823.50 Ha
  • 8. HABITAT PROTECTION “GREEN WALLS” Project • Socialization and consultations • Social-economic research • Transit nursery and 50,000 seedlings • Conservation education and awareness • Biodiversity research • Ecotourism development • Preparing for planting on 200 ha lands
  • 9. Daikin’s “GREEN WALLS” Project Tree planting & community agro-forestry
  • 10. Habitat Protection: IBU MENANAM ADOPT TREES Menteri Keuangan Menteri Perdagangan Menteri Kesehatan Menteri Pemberdayaan Wanita Deputi Bank Indonesia
  • 11. Habitat Protection: ADOPT TREES Adopters q PDI Perjuangan (10 ha) q PWC (10 ha) q HSBC (2 ha) q Green Radio (10 ha) q DNP (5 ha)
  • 12. LIVELIHOOD Plant fruit trees – garden Canar – Smilax sp. Saninten – Fagaceae Rabbit and goat raising
  • 13. GEDEPAHALA By 2018, Sundaland viable populations of threatened and restricted range species in other Key Biodiversity Areas are conserved through long-term conservation management. Javan Gibbon – rehabilitation program Javan Leopard – camera trapping Javan Eagle
  • 14. Species conservation: JAVAN LEOPARD Population and Distribution of Javan Leopard in GGNP Ø 20 camera traps placed Ø High number of leopard pictures Ø The cub picture, an evidence still productive Ø High diversity of prey Ø Re-evaluation for new assessment of the status
  • 15. Species Conservation: JAVAN GIBBON Ø Rescue and rehabilitation program at JGC Ø 27 gibbons (20 gibbons already paired) Ø 3 pairs already for release Ø Preparing for release site Ø Javan Gibbon ACTION PLAN
  • 16. JAVAN GIBBON CENTER MEDIA COVERED: • New York Time (US) • CNN (US) • PBS Partisan pictures (US) • 60 minutes program (Australia) • Red Communication (Malaysia) • Tempo • Pikiran Rakyat, etc •
  • 17. Environment Services • Pilot project on micro-hydro electric power for community livelihood with Yayasan Bina Usaha Lingkungan. • Ecotourism. • Etc.
  • 18. BOGOR Gadog CIBODAS BIOSPHERE RESERVE 108.000 Ha. Ciawi Cisarua Tapos Gunung Mas Uniqueness Core area: insitu conservation Cisarua Puncak Cimacan Cimande Bufferzone: exsitu conservation Cibodas Cipanas Cibodas Botanical Garden Safari Garden Gn. Putri Tea plantation Cicurug Bodogol Sarongge Transition area: development area G.Pangrago G. Masigit G. Gede Gedeh Nagrak CIANJUR Cimungkat Situgunung Selabintana Core area (15.196 Ha) Gekbrong Cibadak Bufferzone (12.700 Ha) Karang Tengah Cisaat Transition area (80.104 Ha) Sukaraja SUKABUMI
  • 19. Thank You! Terima Kasih