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BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
BULETIN YSBS Vol.II. Part II
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  • 1. Pendidikan Warna— Warni KUNJUNGAN ROMO CAROLUS KE SEKOLAH-SEKOLAH DI BAWAH NAUNGAN YSBSKunjungan ke Sekolah SMA/SMK Yos Sudarso Jeruklegi : Dialog tentang perkembangan, hasil, serta dampak Rekreasi keluarga sekre- beasiswa kambing terhadap perkembangan kemajuan tariat YSBS ke Pangandaran pendidikan siswa-siswi sekolah Yos Sudarso Jeruklegi. dalam rangka syukuran atas Data perkembangan penerimaan siswa baru ( Statistik suksesnya penyelenggaraan penerimaan siswa baru ). Workshop Mitra Misereor se - SMK Yos Sudarso Jeruklegi = 62 siswa -Indonesia (23-24/7) diikuti - SMA Yos Sudarso Jeruklegi = 40 siswa oleh karyawan sekretariat Melihat perkembangan anak-anak yang tinggal di asrama dan kantor padat karya. Pi- serta hambatan-hambatan yang terjadi di asrama. knik berlangsung hangat dan menyenangkan. Bermain diKunjungan ke sekolah SMK Yos Sudarso Kawunganten : pantai, bekerjasama sambil bercengkrama dengan bakar Memeriksa dan dialog dengan siswa dan para guru ten- ikan serta makan dan bernyanyi. Jadi lebih seru ketika tang praktek otomotif ringan serta permasalahan- memberi surprise selamat ulang tahun untuk salah satu permasalahan yang dihadapi. peserta. Merencanakan mendatangkan 3 montir dari proyek Esok hari kembali pulang ke Cilacap dengan membawa dump truck untuk pelatihan siswa. kenangan indah kebersamaan dan kerjasama yang baik Melakukan pemeriksaan dan rencana pembelian perala- seluruh peserta.(Dee) tan yang dibutuhkan untuk praktek otomotif. Memeriksa ruangan-ruangan kelas yang sudah direno- vasi dan bangunan yang sudah dipakai.Kunjungan ke TK, SD, SMP Pius & SMK Yos Sudarso Si-dareja : Memeriksa pembagian kelas-kelas baru. Memeriksa data penerimaan siswa baru ( statistic pene- rimaan siswa baru ) - SMK Pius Sidareja = 632 siswa - SMP Pius Sidareja = 30 siswa Pembahasan dengan SMP Pius tentang rencana pembe- rian beasiswa sebesar Rp. 50.000 / bulan bagi semua siswa baru. Memeriksa Sekolah TK dan SD Pius namun karena tidak ada karyawan maka tidak dilakukan dialog untuk pening- katan kualitas pendidikan. Memeriksa kantor kepala sekolah dan ruang TU yang baru di SMK Yos. Melakukan pemeriksaan dan pembahasan bengkel l SMK yang hasilnya memerlukan tempat bengkel yang lebih luas karena banyak peralatan dibengkel sehingga beng- kel tersebut kurang tertata dengan rapi.Kunjungan ke SMA Yos Sudarso Cilacap : Memimpin Misa Jumat I untuk siswa-siswi dan guru serta karyawan sekolah yang beragama Katolik. Melihat ruangan-ruangan kelas bagaimana kondisi pen- gaturan ruangan-ruangan tersebut.Kunjungan ke TK Maria Immaculata. Melakukan pembahasan dengan kepala sekolah dan para guru TK Maria Immaculata yang berkaitan dengan para siswa yang berkebutuhan khusus, khususnya pemban- gunan ruangan terapi dan peralatan untuk anak-anak berkebutuhan khusus. Peralatan – peralatan anak bekerbutuhan khusus terse- but sudah disampaikan dalam kunjungannya ke kantor ChildFund dan Cord Aid di Yogyakarta pada tanggal 2 Agustus 2011.(IS) 12
  • 2. PARTNER & LAPORAN KEGIATAN First Narrative Report on Project Nr. 416-025-1014ZGI. General Information 1 Name of the partner organization YAYASAN SOSIAL BINA SEJAHTERA 2 Project title Protecting reclaimed land and land use for smallholder farming in marginal coastal area affected by flooding around Cilacap, Central Java 3 Project number 416-025-1014 ZG 4 Reporting Period September 1st 2010 - June 1st2011 5 Total budget 790,000.00 EUR 6 Donor Agency MISEREOR – GERMANYBrief description of the genesis of the report1. Initial meetings of villagers – as many as 300 persons in some villages – to discuss and plan the building of a road, dyke canal etc. in their village – how would such be possible and among others – “willingness to accep help from a non Islam Organization”2. Process to obtain permission from village to Regency levels – * Village Action Committee * Village Government – Lurah (Village Leader) + Council * Sub Regency Office * Regional Planning Board * Regency Offices – Public Works Dept. Regents Secretariat, etc.3. Meetings with N.G.O. staff (Y.S.B.S.) – acceptance of possibility of co-operation5. Y.S.B.S. field visit to assess if acceptable to criteria, assess project score, feasibility and degree of village input, competency and Regional Gov. Input.6. Discussions on all levels of Gov. Leading to approval of the project.7. Discussions between Gov. and Y.S.B.S. as to logistics, responsibility of committees, Government and Y.S.B.S. at all levels. E.g. if hard surfacing a road – quality of stone, volume of stone per load, at least 5 cubic meters. If as yet there is no bridge willingness of locals to carry by hand, cart etc. to project site, etc. Guarantee voluntary inputs – emplacing stone, drains, etc.8. Decision to implement the project by all stake holders.9. Y.S.B.S. discussions with villagers who quarry and load rocks, gravel etc. as to price per cubic meter, cost of loading, guaranteeing rock quality etc.10. Permission of villages of roads to be traversed to reach project site and compensate (rocks) if roads are damaged. The delivery dockets for the rocks have 5 copies are: * One copy for the quarry overseer * One copy for logistics department * One copy for finance department * One copy for monitoring & reporting department * One copy for village action committee.II. PROJECT INPUT :1. Land donated by villagers.2. Trees felled etc. to make way for road3. Funds from Misereor to pay to quarry, load and transport materials to project site, office equipment, staff cost.4. Motorbikes, minibus, small equipment, trucks.5. Office, office equipments etc.6. Volume of Materials: stone, gravel, clay/small stone, sand pits, etc.7. Office administration: Computers, printer, stationery.8. Project staff: Project leader, field staffs, cashier, bookkeeper. 13 2
  • 3. 9. Supervision, meeting with Village Communities, Kiai’s etc. 1.3 The district Government contributed asphalt/bitumen10. Meetings Infrastructure Staff, General Admin, Staff worth IDR 12 billion and cement IDR 3 billion and funds and Board for gravel on many of the roads.11. Volume of Materials – 40 Villages + 19 Community Building Project Stones – 24.803 mts³, Gravel – 508 mts³, Objective 2: clay / small stone 63.250 mst³. Costs Report of Materials, Staff, Transport etc. 2.1. a. Mr. Stephanus Mulyadi as Manager in BPH took12. Financial Report MICD Block A Course at the PIPM (Community13. Voluntary work done by tens of thousands of villagers as Base Infrastructure Development) Study Program their input – GOTONG ROYONG – and a boost to the in Gajah Mada University, Post Graduate Faculty, culture of voluntary work together to develop their areas. at Yogyakarta. The Course on September 27st 201015. Work done by Y.S.B.S. staff from start planning, – October 15st 2010. implementation, finishing, assessing and reporting. b. Mr. Ignatius Suharyono as Manager in BPH, already16. Labor in stone quarries, gravel pits, sand pits, etc. attended Training for Modern Administration17. Maps provided to project sites, project holders Office Management at Jakarta on December 14 – address, t 16 ‘2010 . The materials of Training are:  ManagementIII. PROJECT OUTPUT  ConceptOffice  Administration ManagementAim 1.  Responsibility of Administration managerMaking reclaimed land arable. As you witnessed what the  Carrier Prospectvillagers called “sanitasi” (sanitation) – using the river to bring  Officer Organizationin sediment to waterlogged land, raising it and then having  Organization Principlestheir first crop of rice and harvest on + 200 hectares. Of land.  Structure of Organization  Planning and Analyze for Job DescriptionAim 2.  Work AnalysisThe road/dyke from Bantarsari to Bugel protects all the low  Work system Conceptlying rice fields on the left and the irrigation canal enables  Control System for the organizationthem to get two crops per year. As do all other road base/  Workload Chartdykes in the area.  Electronic Data Processing  Time ManagementAim 3. 2.2. Mrs. Dian as Treasurer, has enrolled in an AccountsWe work with the Free Farmers Union and The National Diploma 3 Study at Muhammadiyah Economic CollegeParliament Representative Budiman Soejatmiko to get (STIE Muhammadiyah), the Study will begin onownership papers the land. Already succeed in Ujung Alang. September 2011, during 6 semesters. 2.3. The Work Places of B.P.H. – meeting and documentObjective Achieved rook has been rehabilitated, furnished and equipped 40 Individual Infrastructure Village Projects. Name of village and used for Misereor Partner of Indonesia Workshop – volume or work. The detail report, on Appendix 1 on May 30st 2011 - June 2nd 2011. 19 Small Scale Community projects. Name of village – The List of Meetings : volume of work. The detail report, on Appendix 2  Board Meeting on October 21st 2010 ± 150.000 people were helped by the program and ±  Field Monitoring on November 13th 2010 40.000 people were involved with voluntary labor. ± 6.000  Filed Monitoring on November 14th 2010 families benefited financially, shelling stones, gravel, sand,  BPH Internal Evaluation on November 15th 2010 red bricks, etc.  Field Monitoring on November 15th 2010  Board Meeting on November 29th 2010Objective 1 :  Board Meeting & Devision-devision on NovemberIndicators: 30th 20101.1 We have built to June 1st 2011: 22.064 meters of new road and 11.630 meters rehab. Road, 1320 meters  Board Meeting on February 2nd 2011 graveled roads km of road, 20.083 meters road base/dyke  BPH Internal Evaluation on February 4th 2011 km of dyke foundations , and drainage channels 25 km.  Evaluation of Project implementation on February Moderate Islamic Leaders lent their weight to the project 14th 2011 there were no serious floods in the area for rain season  Evaluation of BPH & Division on February 17th2011 2010/2011  Board Meeting on March 10th 2011 1.2 All programs were implemented with a large voluntary  Evaluation of Project implementation on April 5th input of villagers. The Misereor Film crew saw the 2011 women’s cooking efforts near Pelindukan, Cibeureum  BPH Internal Evaluation on April 11st 2011. drainage canal and road base heightening project. Also partook of tapioca tubers cooked by the women of Jeruklegi Kulon village for workers and guests. 14 3
  • 4. 2.4. Each division of Y.S.B.S. has a co-ordination and all staff 6. A number of the staff have done courses as reported has a job description. The detail see appendix 3. earlier and there are weekly and monthly meetings for all2.5. A Bulletin Volume I (September 2010 – March 2011) has to become aware of all aspects of the program. Our been published and upgrading of the website is planned. Education Staff has attended workshops etc. at our retreat centre at Kaliori.Objective 3 : 7. We are exploring development of land owned by O.M.I.3.1. The response to the river Tsunami at Jeruklegi was very building houses etc. for future funding of B.P.H. etc.. effective and all concerned have notes of duties. The 8. We planed and implemented one disaster response detail report, see Appendix 4. program at Jeruklegi and we work with Local Gov. as to We already make The S.O.P (Standard Operational the use of our tall buildings in the event of a Tsunami and Procedure) of Emergency Response for Disaster we had a Tsunami Warning + 3 months ago and many took Management. The detail S.O.P, see Appendix 5. refuge in our buildings. We are developing a fire fighting3.2. The time from request of victims to reception of aid was ability at A.M.N. for our own needs and that of nearby 24 hours. kampungs. 9. We are exploring an external evaluation with Gajah MadaMeasures Supported Univ. and Chris of Satu Nama.1. All programs were planned by the villages via the L.K.M.D. (Village Development Committee), agreed upon IV. PROJECT OUTCOMES. by Local Gov. at village, sub-regency and regency levels 1. Social Capital and Social Cohesion – measured by the en- and submitted to us for help. In this period we helped thusiasm and happiness of all concerned – e.g. seen in 40 villages with roads, dykes and canals and dyke/roads interviews for the Misereor Film and the meetings of protecting rice land from fresh and salt water Misereor Workshop Participants and villagers in Pelindu- inundation. The villages helped were the more remote kan Village meeting place and also with representatives of and the poorer villages of Cilacap Regency. The project areas at the meeting in the workshop room communities, local Gov., village organization all helped in Y.S.B.S. Offices – comprising Kiai’s, local Influential People, implementing the project. Politicians from the three main Parties, Inter Religions Land and labor freely given, e.g. in dyke / road base Communication Forum, Government Officials, Gender projects the stipend paid per cubic meter of earth shifted Leaders etc. is IDR 10.000 – we pay IDR 5.000 as an incentive and the 2. Access to markets, increased income; access to villages, other IDR 5.000 is a local input. Regency Gov. supplied e.g. Bugel market place, gold shops, gas bottle supply etc. asphalt, cement, gravel, road rollers and expertise from 3. Access to mobile Health Clinic; access to electricity; Access Dept. of Public Works. to cell phone communication – pricing assessment of pro- On initiation the programs produce hope for a brighter duce; access to teachers, Government People, etc. ; access future, enthusiasm to be taking hold of their own to Schools outside the village; access to Social Intercourse development, increase in incomes because of increased in the Village; access to irrigation water via canal created produce and cheaper transport to markets. Access for all when moving soil for road base; access to building materi- social, economic and development is achieved Dykes als – homes, schools etc. etc. are wide enough to take the pressures of fresh and 4. Development of Community via “GOTONG ROYONG” sea waters and roads can be traversed even in the rainy value system. season. 5. Increase in self esteem – taking hold of ones future.2. The 40 projects consisted of road building – the rocks 6. Good Governance – honesty, necessity for success of pro- and gravel being bought in poorer, rocky villages, ject. opening up opportunities to quarry rocks etc. for other 7. Inter Faith Dialogue of Action – working together. programs and money is paid to the earth movers in the 8. Strengthening of position of moderate Kiai’s – Sidelining most remote villages. extremists.3. 19 small projects building community spirit, social capital and social cohesion were implemented. Examples :4. Amount of stone quarried – 24.803 mts³ 1. Bojong, Bringkeng, Grugu road. – Villagers had refused to Amount of gravel quarried – 508 mts³ pay taxes until road was repaired. After repairs they paid Amount of earth moved-63.250 mts³ their taxes.5. We organized workshops on child protection and all 2. Brebeg village – Public transport vehicles refused to oper- program had to be shown as child friendly. We were ate due to poor condition of the road on repairs began invited to Islam religion festivals and asked to speak on operating again. religion tolerance and development. There was more 3. Bantarsari – Bugel – Penikel Road – getting to junior and than 5.000 Islam’s present at these events. The evening Senior High School was so difficult some students droped before the Misereor Workshop presentation I met with out. Even when partly repaired they restarted school. all Kiai’s etc. at a Hotel in town and Y.S.B.S. paid for 4. Kamulyan – Cikedondong, Kedung Wadas, Citembong. hotel, accommodation etc.. we had a number of Was impassible due to continuous rains, flood etc. local meetings in the regency with heads of appropriate produce such as coconut sugar – a very important pro- Depts. and Planed implementation together. duce of small farmers could not reach market – road 15 4
  • 5. partly repaired small trucks again gained access. The 6. Increase in incomes – rice harvest areas extended + better Regency supplied gravel and will supply free asphalt price using cell phones for quotes and decreased cost of (Bitumen) to perfect the road. transport.5. Jeruklegi Kulon – some years ago villagers began plant- 7. Opening of market place, shops etc. in Bugel ing commercial trees but as access was too difficult no 8. Small transporters – motor bike taxis etc. helped greatly by one would buy the timber. On initiation of hard surfac- the better roads. ing traders immediately began buying their timber.6. Ujung Gagak, Karanganyar, Cibeureum, Pelindukan, The process of writing this report has involved many Bugel, Penikel. elements under Yayasan Sosial Bina Sejahtera, that were the7. On completing canals the river brought in sediment and staff of BPH, all project Staff including the field officer, raised the land level so they were able to plant and har- government officer in the level of village, sub district and vest rice in hundreds of hectares of land with a marvel- district, community leaders, religious leaders, direct and ous crop due to fertility of sediment . at Misereor work- indirect beneficiaries of the project’s outcomes. shop visit joy was palpable. The information collected by observe method, direct8. Extracting sand from the river and placing it a round interview, discussion with the religious and community mosques and schools helped build community and Inter leaders, also direct visit to the fields. Faith co-operation To support the success of this project, many partiesV. PROJECT IMPACT. involving, those were project staff, the foreman, localUnforeseen impacts. government, religious and community leaders, also the representation of beneficiaries of the project1. Gajah Mada Post Graduate Faculty of Community Based Infrastructure development Declared Y.S.B.S. Program Cilacap, July 12nd 2011 as a Laboratory for Faculty and Students and we were asked to participate in Curriculum Development, Lecture Reported by on how to implement Programs, participate in panel Fr. Charlie Burrows, OMI discussion etc. – Staff and Students visited Cilacap, met with heads of Gov. Dept’s and visited project sites and a student now prepares his thesis on Social Capital, Inter Faith dialogue, etc. created by Y.S.B.S. Programs and an VI. SOME OF PHOTO‘S M.O.U. between local Gov. – Gajah Mada Univ. and Y.S.B.S. has been prepared and will be signed at some big Gajah Mada Function by the Rector, Bupati and Y.S.B.S. Director.2. Because of our perceived ability by Gov. Officials to influence the peoples of the Sea Villages, Segara Anakan Lagoon and Nusakambangan Island the Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Forrest’s asked us to sign an M.O.U. handing over Flora and Fauna replanting and protecting to us and this was witnessed by both Ministers at a ceremony on the Island. The Provincial head of the Justice Dept. has visited the program many times and the Vice Governor of central Java – Ibu Rustiningsih also visited our project sites and declared support for our program. Patimuan Village3. The wife of the former president – Abdurrahman Wahid (Gus Dur deceased) has asked me to accompany her on a Ramadan Safari to Nusakambangan Island – meet with inmates etc. and discuss an end to the death penalty/ this again is seen to be because of our impact on the people of the area because of the projects seen to alleviate poverty etc.4. Diverting the sediment into waterlogged areas and taking sand from the river lessened the amount of sediment entering the Segara Anakan lagoon and silting up spawning sites of fish shrimp and sea creatures hence helping the fishing areas in and outside the lagoon – areas dependent on lagoon spawning areas.5. Kajian Akbar talks – because of our exposure in the infrastructure program we have been asked to give talks at Islam mass meetings on interfaith dialogue and development. Kawunganten Village 16 5
  • 6. 3rd Report on Reforestation Project of Nusakambangan IslandNARRATIVE REPORTReport NumberSubject The Narrative Report Progress of Reforestation Nusakambangan Island with Strengthening Local Society ModelName of Partner Organization Yayasan Sosial Bina Sejahtera CilacapThe Project Title Reforestation of Nusakambangan IslandReport Period 3rd ReportReport Summary  The Process of this report involved the Foundation staff, project staff and the formers being trained .  The information was collected trough direct interview, visitation and field direct observation.  Contributors: project staff, local government, and the framersIntroduction the reforestation program in Nusakambangan Island. To keep the sustainability and the success of the pro- As the follow up to the M.O.U. between Central ject we carry out the system what is called “tumpangJava Province Law and Human Rights Department and sari”, which means in the same area among those mainThe Foundation of the Bringing About of Prosperity and hard trees which may not be cut or logged theyand Good Will (YSBS Cilacap) No. WUM.01.10-323, also plant and cultivate sorts of vegetable calleddated 7 April 2010, in the same year YSBS started the “palawija”.reforestation project in Solok Jero area, in Nusakam- The project was officially confirmed by the Vice Gov-bangan Island. The purpose of the reforestation pro- ernor of Central Java Pronvince, Mrs. Rustriningsih, andject is to restore the forest in Nusakambangan Island witnessed by the Law and Human Rights Department ofto the previous ecosystem and give a significant contri- Central Java Province, Mr. Chairudin Idrus, on May 1stbution on reducing the danger of global warming. 2011.Therefore, we prioritize the indigenous plants from the The following is our report on the implementation ofIsland to be planted and the strategy that we use is the project so far. We are also attaching some picturesorganizing and recruiting the settlers around the area on the project.so that they can participate actively in implementing 17 6
  • 7. The Improvement of the Project. 1Pic 1. Showing the area which has been covered by the indigenous plant from the island. With the appropriate treatment theplants grew well and healthily.Seedling The seedlings in this Base camp gives a very important education to the settlers, for they can learn the ap- The first step of the reforestation is seedling the in- propriate seedling process and study how to do thedigenous plants. The seedling nursery is done in the seedlings correctly, also how to overcome the plantarea to guarantee the efficiency and the indigenousness disease they might encounter. The readied seedlingsof the plants. The seedling planting is done both in the then are taken to the settlers‘ area.base camp of the project and in the settler’s land. Theseedlings in the base camp functions as the samples, 4whereas the ones in the settler’s land is meant to re-duce the distance between the seedling area and thereforestation area which can minimize the cost of mov-ing the young plants to the reforestation area. Pics 2 and 3, showing the seedling process in the Base Camp of the 2 5 Coordinator Reforestation Project. 3 18 7
  • 8. 6 9 7 Pic. 9 shows the indigenous plant among the vegetable and fruit trees. 10 8Pics 4 - 8 show the seedling in the settler’s area next totheir huts.The implimentation of tumpang sari systemto support the project. As we mentioned above that in this reforesta-tion project we carry out Tumpang Sari system.We chose that system because there has been nobetter system to support the sustainability of the Pic. 10 the young indigenous plants after the vegetable was harvested.project with the least cost so far. Tumpang Sarisystem means the settlers can plant vegetables / Due to the failure of the paddy harvest thepalawija among the timber or the fruit trees. So, previous year, YSBS helped the farmers by donat-the settlers who are involved in the project do ing money to buy corn seed, lentils kidney beans,not receive any payment, but they can still har- and green peas. Those plants grew very well andvest from the vegetable and fruit trees which the first harvest gave a good quality and quantitythey plant among the indigenous plants. This sys- crop.tem proves to function very well, where thie sym-biosis take places. 19 8
  • 9. The Harvest Instructions for the Non Worker People in Nusakambangan Island 11 15Pic. 11 shows the „Palawija“ which grew very well and gave To maintain the security and the success of the refores-the farmers the successful way out to overcome the prob- tation project in Nusakambangan Island, two years beforelem due to the Paddy Gogo failure. ( in 2009 ) Nusakambangan Prison authority issued instruc- tions for settlers/non worker people around the Nusakam- bangan Prison area. There are 5 ( five ) prohibitions in thatThe Harvest instructions that should be obeyed by all non workers peo-The Palawija Harvest helped by the Foundation ple in the area, e.g.: prohibition to change the function andCorn 7,5 ton July 2011 mission of Nusakambangan forest, to log the natural treesKindey Beans 6 ton July 2011 or planted trees, to open a new area/settlement, to sell orGreen Beans 6 ton July 2011 buy land/farmer area, and prohibition to hunt. The settlers/farmers who are being trained by the Foun- 12 dation have always obeyed those five prohibitions. Unfortunately, those instructions are only directed to the non worker people in Nusakambangan area. Some prob- lems still comes up so far, such as there are still timber- thieves and hunters who come from outside the Nusakam- bangan area (they are not the people who live in Nusakam- bangan Island). Planting the Spaying The Reforestation Project managed by the Foun- 13 dation of the Bringing About of the Prosperity and Good Will in Solok Jero area, Nusakambangan Island has shown a satisfying improvement. Tumpangsari system works very well, (warga binaan) the farmers can harvest and the indigenous plants have grown very well. These following pictures show some trees being planted, namely Jabon trees, have grown very well. 16 14 Pic. 16 shows the young indigenous trees (managed to Pics 12-14 show the harvest of Corn and beans. grow well) 20 9
  • 10. Spectacles/Problems The Coordination Meeting with The Wardens of Batu Nusakambangan Prison.The settlers/farmers in Solok Jero who are trained bythe foundation have some roles. Besides as the pio- The Reforestation Project in Nusakambangan Islandneers who plan the indigenous plants, they also help can only work well if the security is well guaranteed.the forest police to guard the Nusakambangan forest Therefore, the existence of Warden Squad who workfrom the timber thieves. As a result, sometimes they hand in hand with the people in keeping the securityhave a threat from the timber thieves. Mr. Memet, is also urgent. The Foundation always makes a coordi-the Foundation’s coordinator of the reforestation pro- nation and regularly have a meeting with the squad toject, is one of those who have ever been threatened consolidate the forest security and the farmer safetyby the timber thieves, because he helped the police in Nusakambangan Island.to catch the thieves. To protect the farmers from thethreat, the Foundation asked for help from the Ma- 19rines who post in Klaces, Nusakambangan. 17 Pic. 19 showing the meeting between Father Charlie with the Batu Prison Squad discussing the coordination with the farmer to catch the timber thieves. One gang has been arrested and is waiting for the trial. Pic. 17 Mr. Memet and the Marines are exchanging the mobile numbers to communicate in case of the threatsor other danger- The Commitment for the Future ous criminal actions. The Foundation Reforestation Project, especially in Solok Jero area, has just been started. From the The Foundation not only gave donations in the evaluation of the first period we can conclude thatform of seeds and other farming material, but also a the Reforestation Project is showing a satisfying pro-training, educational meeting, and discussion on find- gress. Even some of the indigenous trees has growning solution on how to send their children to school more than 2 ( two ) meters tall. On the other hand,for a better future than just farming in Nusakamban- due to the harvest of Palawija and fruit trees, thegan Island. Therefore, the Foundation regularly has a farmers become more enthusiastic to succeed the bigmeeting with the farmers. Reforestation Project in Nusakambangan Island. The following picture (18) shows Father Charlie, Up to the moment, there are 7 hectares of theOMI, is discussing with the farmers on the possibilities farmers’ land which still have not been planted withof their children going to schools managed by the the indigenous plants. This is because of the dry sea-Foundation with the scholarship from the Foundation. son which makes it unable to plant the indigenousTwo schools which are promising enough among oth- trees. The planting will be done as soon as the nexters are: SMK ( Vocational School ) and Akademi Mari- wet season comes. The next wet season is predictedtim Nusantara (Nusantara Maritime Academy). Both to start in September 2011.have proved to enable the graduates to get jobs As committed from the beginning, the Founda-quicker with a very well payment. In this case, they tion of the Bringing About of the Prosperity and Goodcan help the parents in Nusakambangan Island. Will still commits to give 1(one) million rupiahs to every farmer who succeeds to plant the indigenous 18 plant and fruit trees in their land. Hopefully with that money they can cultivate more arid savanna to be planted with the indigenous plants and the fruit tress with the Tumpang Sari system so that the Reforesta- tion widens. In that Reforestation area, it is forbidden to plant productive plants, but only the indigenous plants and fruit trees. The farmer/people are not al- lowed to cut or log the trees. They can only harvest the fruits from the trees. 10 21
  • 11. On Thursday, 4 August 2011, after the meeting on The CONCLUSIONUncontrolled Forest Logging especially Albiso Trees inNusakambangan Island, which was held in Cilacap Dis- As the conclusion, we can inform that the Refor-trict’s Meeting Room, we made a discussion with the estation Project which is done together with the farm-Forest Police on working together to support the in- ers in Solok Jero Nusakambangan has shown a verydigenous plants seedling in Solok Jero. The result of satisfying result. Regarding about the importance ofthe discussion was the Forest Police was willing to Reforestation for human life, we are committed toguide the farmers to find the seed in the reservation keep on doing the Reforestation Project. We areforest and train the farmer on how to propagate the grateful that the same commitment also happens toseedlings properly in such a way that it produces the Central Java Province Law and Human Rights Depart-high quality indigenous trees. Based on our data, ment, Government and parties involved.there are 170.000 indigenous seedlings in the polly- This is the report that we can provide so far. Webags which are ready to be planted in the wet season. really appreciate and deeply thank for all the support and partnership that have been given so far and in the future (sm). 20 Pic. 20-21 shows the land which is ready to be planted with the indigenous plants 21 22 11

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