Study on community based environmental activities in indonesia

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Bahan presentasi disajikan dalam Lokakarya Persampahan Berbasis Masyarakat di Jakarta tanggal 16-17 Januari 2008. Lokakarya diselenggarakan oleh Jejaring AMPL

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Study on community based environmental activities in indonesia

  1. 1. JAPAN BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (JBIC) Study of Promotion of Community Based Environmental Activities in Indonesia OVERVIEW August 2007 – January 2008 KOKUSAI KOGYO CO., LTD. and EX CORPORATION
  2. 2. IntroductionTo solve the environmental issues,,,,Requiring: Hardware approach (improvements of environmental protection and facility), and Software approachWhat is soft approach? Raising of community awareness in environment, Establishment of a system of cooperation among the organizations concerned,,,,Examine how to realize these approaches 2
  3. 3. Fields of the Study3R of Waste ManagementPreservation of forest conservationwater and soil conservationecosystem conservation 3
  4. 4. The Study TasksTask 1: Study of the community based activities in IndonesiaTask 2: Establishment of a network for sharing knowledge and experience of environmental activities among the relevant organizationsTask 3: Implementation of a pilot study in order to further examine about how to promote the community based activitiesTask 4: To draw the dissemination and promotion issues of community based environmental activities Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Task 4 4
  5. 5. Task 1: Study of the community basedactivities in IndonesiaOutput: Compiled a Booklet of Good PracticesActivities:• Attempted to contact 756 organizations• Collected survey sheets from 111 organizations• Interviewed with the key persons from 55 organizations• Established criteria• Discussed selection with the relevant government organizations• Selected 21 activities as good practices 5
  6. 6. Task 2: Establishment of a network for sharing knowledge and experience of environmental activities among the relevant organizations Output: Established Solid Waste Management System Task Force (SWMS-TF)Activities:• Identified the existing networks AMPL (Water and Sanitation) and JPL (Environmental Education) Networks• Focused on solid waste management• Pursued establishing a network for promoting community based solid waste management under Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation (WSES) Working Group 6
  7. 7. SWMS under the AMPL WATSAN AMPL Networking (Jejaring Air Minim dan Penyehatan Lingkungan) WSES ISSDP (Indonesia Working Group ESP (Water Supply and Sanitation Sector (Environmental ServiceEnvironmental Sanitation) Development Program) Program) Working Group Working Group Working Group Solid Waste Sanitation Task Force ManagementWater Supply Task Force (mainly waste water) System (SWMS) Task Force 7
  8. 8. Activities of SMWS-TF• Develop information centre related to waste management• Improve communitys awareness and advocacy related to waste management in Indonesia• Organize national seminar on waste management• Manage website: www.gtps.ampl.or.id• Publish newsletter• Provide mailing list• Give award to waste management stakeholder• Do comparative study to other region or country to get new vista and idea of waste management 8
  9. 9. Task 3: Implementation of a pilot study inorder to further examine about how topromote the community based activitiesOutput: Collected data to analyze effect on the householdsActivities:• Selected of a typical community based activity on 3R (Pilot Study Site)• Trained facilitators• Analyzed effect by training (Monitoring) 9
  10. 10. Pilot project siteKelurahan Cempaka Putih Timur, RW 01 (RT 08) 10
  11. 11. Pilot Project SiteKelurahan Cempaka Putih Timur, RW 01 (RT 08)Core site: RT08 in RW01, Influent site: RTs in RW01, RW02 RT-08 TOL LALYANG IR. WIYOTO WIYONO-JEND. A. YANI Compost Plant RW-01 of BPPT DKI Dept. of Cleansing, Central Office 11
  12. 12. Training of Facilitator-Target group i) Environmental Cadres (from RW 01 and RW 02) ii) Waste Collectors iii) NGOs (InSWA, IWF, Uli Peduli, DML)-Method of Training i) Lecturing ii) Field trip 12
  13. 13. Scenes of Lecturing 13
  14. 14. Scenes of Field Trip 14
  15. 15. Task 3: Result of Monitoring (1)• Increased No. of households who participated in composting & recycling -RT08 (40): 10 15 -RW01 (339): 26 41 15
  16. 16. Task 3: Result of Monitoring (2) Greened society Household Composting Composting and Recycling at the Transfer Station supported DKI & BPPT (89% before PP) T ransportation by DKI DoC T P A Bantargebang Wastegenerated 70% 84% 100% Household Recycling 16 Informal recyclabling Informal recyclabling
  17. 17. Result of Task 4Will be reported in Session 4,,,,,, 17

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