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ANIS2013_SITOUR_Romy Kahyadi_Jacqueline ANIS2013_SITOUR_Romy Kahyadi_Jacqueline Presentation Transcript

  • From Illegal Logging to Community Logging : Improved Management of Indonesia’s Forest
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  • Results of ‘illegal logging’ period : 1. Many forest investigators due to numerous training 2. Established Forest Watch Indonesia (FWI) 3. Independent Local Television Stations 4. Anti Illegal Logging Law 5. Biggest Anti Illegal Logging Operation
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  • Yes We Can! 1. 2. We have strong experience working with forestry issues and we have a aplicable bussines model in community base and sustainable logging We have 231 Members in 27 province in Indonesia from Aceh to Papua with association assets more than US $ 20 Million
  • 3. 4. 5. We have a lot of experience to influence government regulation with our result from the field : a. Anti Illegal Logging Law b. SVLK c. Developed HTR regulation by our experience in Konawe Selatan d. Inspired Ministry of Cooperative to separate the Production Cooperative with the Financial Cooperative (our experience in Jogjakarta) Our financial system is audited every year, recognised by Ernst and Young, who chose Telapak as a Social Entrepreneur of The Year in 2008 International Recognition for Telapak as a organisation or for Telapak members: a. Ashoka Fellows b. Ernst & Young Social Entrepreneur of The Year 2008 c. Conde Nast Traveler Environmental Award, 2008 d. Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum, 2009 e. Skoll Award on Social Entrepreneurship in 2010 f. Goldman Environmental Prize, 2010 g. Ramon Magsaysay Award 2012
  • Telapak’s Next Step.. 1. 2. 3. 4. Continuing Investigation and Monitoring and continuing training for community investigator – US$ 2 Million Completing the community logging prototype, with : a. Build the the rest 1,700 ha in state forest with KHJL who already get permit for 65 years management – US$ 2 Million b. Build Finishing Industry with KWLM in Jogjakarta – US $ 1,5 Million c. Expand community logging in private land in Lampung – US$ 1 Million Continuing community logging process in 5 site, who already have permit from government, in costumary land in Papua – US$ 5 Million Continuing Integrated Low carbon growth industry with build renewable energy from waste of wood in Konawe Selatan , Jogjakarta, and Lampung – US$ 6 million
  • Lessons Learned: 1. 2. 3. 4. Doing business with community may be a better way to engage community, develop its capacity, and maintain sustainability. Replication can be spread to other areas related to natural resource extraction such as fishing and coral protection. Social innovation will be best achieved by involving pertinent stakeholders from the outset. Sometimes an NGO must transform itself to a social enterprise to better achieve its missions.
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