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Artha Graha Peduli

  1. 1. ARTHA GRAHA PEDULIAG Foundation - Indonesia<br />
  2. 2. Artha Graha Network is a partnership network of private companies with various line of businesses in some cities & region throughout Indonesia.<br />Artha Graha Network has been growing and expanding together with the development of Indonesian People, and Artha Graha Foundation has been supporting and caring to the welfare of Indonesian People & to guard, maintain and improve its Environment.<br />Network<br />
  3. 3. ARTHA GRAHA NETWORK<br />CORE BUSINESSES<br />Corporate Social Responsibility & Security<br />Finance<br />Mining & Its Industry<br />Broadcasting, IT & Telecommunication<br />& Services<br />Food, Agribusiness, Plantation & Maritime<br />Infrastructure & Area Development<br />Property<br />Sunda Strait Zone & Bridge Development, <br />29 Km Cable Suspension Bridge Connecting Sumatera & Java Island<br />Infrastructures Development in Aceh<br />Toll Roads<br />Bernas Hybrid Rice Development<br />Mixed Farming Development<br />Integrated Maritime & Fishery Industry<br />Palm Oil Plantation & CPO Mill<br />Sugar Refinery<br />Sugar Cane & Mill<br />Tea Plantation<br />Modern Electronic Centers<br />Local TVs & Radio<br />IT &<br />Telecommunication<br />Chartered Airline<br />Sea Transportation<br />Commercial Bank<br />Micro Bank<br />General Insurance<br />Forest, Wildlife & Sea Conservation<br />Disaster Management<br />Education & Health<br />People Empowerment<br />Security Group Artha<br />Hotels & Resorts<br />Central Business District Development<br />Mixed Use Development<br />Low Cost Housing Development<br />Tin <br />Nickel<br />Gold<br />Lead<br />Copper<br />
  4. 4. (Artha Graha Foundation)<br />Various Commercial Business Activities as Agent of Development for Nation Building and Empowering Indonesian People<br />Corporate Social Responsibility as a Concern to; Environmental Care as Our Contribution to Fight Global Warming & Climate Change; Health & Education; Social Culture; Food Security and People Empowerment through a Social Entrepreneurship; Disaster Management; Human and Inter Institution Relation<br />
  5. 5. ArthaGrahaFoundation<br />
  6. 6. Focus of Artha Graha Foundation<br />
  7. 7. Participate in Reducing Global Warming<br />Collaborative Action in Maintaining, Improving & Conserving<br />Forest, Wildlife & Sea<br />to Reduce <br />Global Warming<br />
  8. 8. TWNC<br />Conservation Area<br />Collaborative<br />Management<br />45.000 Hectares<br />27 Villages<br />2 County<br />± 2.957 Family<br /><ul><li>Tj.Belimbing,Blambangan, Sekawat, Tj.Mas : </li></ul>100 Ha Ecotourism Consession<br /><ul><li>Green Area (including 100 Ha) : 45.000 Ha of Collaborative Management with Forestry Department
  9. 9. 2/3 White Spot : 320 Ha Enclave Area owning by TWNC to be developed for Flora & Fauna Rescue & Rehabilitation Centre</li></li></ul><li>Overview<br />Conservation Area: +/- 45,000 Hectares from total area of<br />TNBBS, including the Marine’s Nature Reserved<br />Located in South Bukit Barisan National Park <br />(TNBBSwith total areas of 356.800 hectares of Tropical Rain Forest and 21.600 hectares of Marine’s Nature Reserved)<br />In 2004, TNBBS has been declared as Cluster Mountainous Tropical Rainforest Heritage Site of Sumatera by World Heritage International Commitee of UNESCO<br />
  10. 10. Vision ,Mission & Goals<br />VISION<br />Create Nature Conservation As Real Participation Of Indonesia In Reducing The Global Warming Effect<br />(Managing The Ecosystem Forest Everlastingly To Improve Prosperity Of Society)<br />MISSION<br />Forest Conservation & Reforestation, Wildlife Nature Conservation In Indonesia Especially In South “Bukit Barisan” (TNBBS) National Park<br />GOALS<br /><ul><li>Implement A Specific Sustainable Programme To Protect & Improve The Continuity Of National Park, Whilst At The Same Time Allowing The Local Community To Co-exist With Nature & Having An Improvement Of The Welfare : A Positive Movement : From Out-law To In-law</li></li></ul><li>Previous Situation<br />Previous Condition<br /><ul><li>Illegal Hunting Activities:</li></ul>Ecosystem Problem<br />Extinction of Certain Species<br /><ul><li>Illegal Logging Activities:</li></ul>Deforestation<br /><ul><li>Illegal Fishing Activities:</li></ul>Use Explosive and Potassium<br /><ul><li>Uncontrolled Land Use </li></ul> by surrounding community:<br />Horticultural Plantation<br /><ul><li>Uncontrolled Inorganic </li></ul> Waste Management<br />Waste Pollution<br />
  11. 11. Improvement Efforts<br /><ul><li>Reforestation of the National Park by planting several types of endemic flora, such as: vetax sp, shorea sp, etc.
  12. 12. Socialization programme to the sorrounding community, including children,regarding Forest and Sea Biota Conservation(Forum & disscussion once a week with the villagers)
  13. 13. Cleaning organic and inorganic waste </li></ul> out of beach area<br /><ul><li>Protecting theExotic Wilderness
  14. 14. Nursery Plantation
  15. 15. Collecting data of the local natural resources
  16. 16. Nature Conservancy
  17. 17. Provide free access to medical facilities
  18. 18. Build the elementary school</li></li></ul><li>Goals for the National Park<br />Implement a Specific Sustainable Programme to protect and improve the Continuity of National Park, whilst at the same time allowing the local community to co-exist with nature & having an improvement of the welfare :<br /> a Positive Movement : From Out-law to In-law<br />
  19. 19. Future Planning to GREENer World<br /><ul><li>Reforestation with a minimum target of 100.000 well grown trees / Year
  20. 20. Nursery Plantation
  21. 21. Cooperation with other Reputable International Network
  22. 22. Sustainable Environmental Development:</li></ul>Utilization environmental friendly alternative energy<br />Water Circulation management<br />Routine Patrol<br />Expansion in Security Personnel<br />Provide One of the Solution for Global Warming Issues<br />
  23. 23. Indegenous Endemic Flora<br /><ul><li>Tropical Forest which still accommodate several rare flora species, such as: </li></ul>Rafflesia Sp<br />Amorphophallus Sp<br />others <br />Wild Dukuh<br />Amorphophallus Sp<br />Calamus Sp<br />Rafflesia Sp<br />Nympea Sp<br />
  24. 24. Indegenous Endengered Fauna<br />Monitor Lizard (Varanus Sp)<br />Leather Back (Dermochelys Coriacea)<br />Critically Endangered Amphibian <br />Only have 4 nesting ground in the world:<br /><ul><li> Rio de Janeiro
  25. 25. Hawaii
  26. 26. Indonesia
  27. 27. Southern tip of Africa </li></ul>Honey Bear <br />(Halerctos Malayanus)<br />Sanca Snake<br />
  28. 28. Indegenous Endengered Fauna<br />Primates <br />(Sympaiangus Syndctylus)<br />Wild Buffalo (Bubalus Bubalius)<br />Ajak (Cuon Alpinus)<br />Tapir <br />(Tapirus Indicus)<br />Sambar Deer <br />(Cervus unicolor)<br />Sumatera Elephant<br />(Elephasmaximus Sumatranus)<br />Sumatera Rhino<br />(Dicerorhinus Sumatrensis)<br />Panthera Tigris Sumatrae<br />
  29. 29. Picture Taken in Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation<br />Maintaining the Environment for a Sustainable World Economic Development<br />Menjungkut Lake<br />Sleman Lake<br />
  30. 30. Picture Taken in Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation<br />
  31. 31. Picture Taken in Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation<br />
  32. 32. View From the Light House<br />Karang Tanjung Belimbing<br />Views in TWNC<br />Sawang Bajo<br />The light-house as one of the heritage in TWNC was build in 1879 by Z.M. Willem III (Ductch) , <br />4 (four) years before Krakatau ‘s eruption in 1883.<br />
  33. 33. People’s Empowerment to Empower People and Create<br />“ Desa Konservasi Mandiri ”<br />(independent self-sufficient village)<br />
  34. 34. CHILDREN as THE NEXT LEADERS<br />As a part of People’s Empowerment<br />Sometime Teachers do the Outdoor Teaching & Learning<br />“school pick up“ service in village<br />
  35. 35. TIGERS RELOCATION & RELEASED<br />Released on <br />22nd July 2008<br />Released on <br />22nd January 2010<br />Relocation of 5 Tigers & 1 Crocodile from Aceh Province In North of Sumatera to TWNCon 29th June 2008<br />Panti, Female<br />Pangeran, Male<br />The remaining 2 Tigers in Rescue Center<br />Buyung<br />Agam, Male<br />Salma<br />Buyung, Male<br />
  36. 36. POTENSI LAIN<br />First Event in The World:<br />Release of Couple of Tigers by GPS Collar<br />to the Wild, Jan 22nd 2010<br />Breaking NEWS<br /><ul><li> Friday 22nd of January 2010 TWNC released 2(two) Sumatran Tigers to the Wild, namely are :</li></ul> Buyung (Male) & Panti (Female)<br /><ul><li>The First in The World : Male & Female Tigers Release
  37. 37. The release was directly done by Indonesian Minister of Forestry – H.E.Mr ZulkiflyHasan
  38. 38. There is estimation of around 40 Tigers living </li></ul> in TWNC out of around 400 remaining <br /> Population of Sumatran Tigers<br />
  39. 39. Delegation Visit ofUNESCO - IUCN<br />Mr. Harvey Leither - IUCN<br />Mr. Koen Meyers - UNESCO<br />
  40. 40. Delegation Visit of World Bank, Safe The Tiger Fun and ZSL<br />Mr. John Seidensticker of Safe The Tiger Fund<br />Ms.Sarah Christie - ZSL<br />Mr.Tom Maddox – ZSL<br />Mr. Andrey V. Kushlin - The World Bank<br />Mr. Toni Whitten – The World Bank<br />Mr.Mahendra Shrestha _ Safe The Tiger Fund<br />
  41. 41. Visiting of International Ambassadors<br />USA <br />GERMAN<br />SINGAPORE<br />GREECE<br />LEBANON<br />PALESTINA<br />SEYCHELLES<br />
  42. 42. SURINAME<br />AFGHANISTAN<br />QATAR<br />TURKEY<br />POLAND<br />SLOVAK<br />BOSNIA<br />Visiting of International Ambassadors<br />
  43. 43. To Reduce Global Warming<br />to Reduce <br />Global Warming<br />INTEGRATED BIOMARINE INDUSTRY & CONSERVATION<br />
  44. 44. Seaweed industry : seaweed aquaculture to processing industry<br />Coral culture as an integrated part of marine ecotourism and marine conservation<br />Seaweed and Coral Culture<br />
  45. 45. Why Seaweed Industry<br />Indonesia has the largest coastal & marine area in the world<br />It is an excellent for seaweed culture<br />It reduces poverty <br />Quick yielding ( 45 days harvest time)<br />It has huge market potential (world wide)<br />Global supply of seaweed : 1.2 Million tones/year in 2007 and will increase yearly<br />Other<br />15%<br />Indonesia <br />50%<br />Philippines <br />35%<br />Based on FAO and SEAPlant.net data<br />
  46. 46. Seaweed Processing Industry<br />Raw Material<br />Pharmaceutical<br />Grade<br />Alkali Treated Cottonii (ATC)<br />US 4.5-5.5/Kg<br />Semi Refined Carrageenan (SRC powder)<br />US 7-8/kg<br />Dry seaweed <br />US 1.0-1.5/Kg<br />Refined Carrageenan <br />US 12-14/Kg<br />Food and<br />Industrial Grade<br />
  47. 47. Potential Area For Seaweed Culture <br />Eucheuma sp.<br />Eucheuma sp.<br />Gracilaria sp.<br />Gracilaria sp.<br />Eucheumasp.<br />Eucheuma sp.<br />Gracilaria sp.<br />
  48. 48. The Application of Seaweed<br />Various food additive :<br />Gelling food, dairy products, juice, sauces & dessing, chocolate, ice cream, etc .<br />Industrial application : paper, bioplastic,<br />Industrial Suspension and Slurries, bioethanol, feed, fertilizer, etc .<br />Personal care & pharmaceutical : soap, shampoo, body lotion, capsule casing, tooth paste, etc.<br />
  49. 49. Why Marine Conservation (Coral Culture)<br />It is a global concern and an important marine ecosystem to reduce global warming<br />It is integrated part of responsible and sustainable marine culture<br />Potential sources of marine ecotourism<br />
  50. 50. Estimated Investment<br />Cultivation Area : 1000 hectares <br />Location : Lampung, NTT, Kepulauan Riau, Sulawesi, etc<br />Production Capacity : 70,000 tones dry seaweed yearly<br />Derived Products : Alkali treated cottonii (ATC), semi refined powder, refined powder<br />Investment : US $ 20 Million<br />
  51. 51. DISASTER RECOVERY <br />ArthaGrahaFoundation<br />
  52. 52. Aceh Tsunami Disaster Relief & Recovery<br />26 December 2004<br />Aceh Monitoring Center<br />Victims Evacuation<br />Field Post<br />Field Team<br />AG Volunteers<br />Logistic Support<br />Operation Support<br />Medical Support<br />
  53. 53. Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in Nangore Aceh Darusalam <br />& North Sumatera, Dec. 2004<br />AGP’s MONITORING CENTER<br /> in JAKARTA,24 Hours<br />
  54. 54. POST&FIELD TEAM<br />Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in NAD & North Sumatera<br />
  55. 55. EMERGENCY LOGISTICS<br />Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in NAD & North Sumatera<br />
  56. 56. In The Disasters Area<br />Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in NAD & North Sumatera<br />
  57. 57. In The Disasters Area<br />Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in NAD & North Sumatera<br />
  58. 58. Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster in NAD & North Sumatera<br />March 2004<br />To<br />March 2005<br />1400 STUDENT EDUCATIONAL SUBSIDY THROUGH THE PESANTREN <br />(ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHCOOL ) AT NANGROE ACEH DARUSALAM<br />Dayah Dorm In North Aceh<br />MOU For Scholarship<br />Scholarship Award<br />
  59. 59. SEVERE FLOOD AND LAND SLIDE IN JEMBER -EAST JAVA<br />PREPARATION OF SANITARY REQUIPMENTS, GENERATOR, GARBAGE DISPOSAL & ARMY EVACUATION<br />H.E. President of The Republic of Indonesia & First Lady and PANG-DAM V BRAWIJAYA<br />
  60. 60. SEVERE FLOOD AND SLIDE ON THE HILL OF MOUNT RINJANI IN EAST LOMBOK NTB 23-01-2006<br />THE DELIVERY OF ASSISTANCE FROM ARTHA GRAHA PEDULI<br />TEMPORARY PLACE FOR THE REFUGEES<br />PREPARATION FOR THE RELOCATION OF THE REFUGEES<br />
  61. 61. EARTHQUAKE & MERAPI ERUPTION AT JOGYAKARTA – CENTRAL JAVA<br />AGP – TNI & <br /> MERAPI COMMUNITY<br />MERAPI ACTIVITY MONITORING POST <br />CENTRAL COMUNICATION<br />AT JOGYAKARTA POST<br />EVACUATION <br />MONITORING OPERATION <br />FOR MERAPI ACTIVITY <br />POST AT MERAPII BELT<br /> AGP- MERAPI COMMUNITY <br />
  62. 62. CHENGDU EARTHQUAKE 27 JUN – 3 MAY 2008<br />
  63. 63. Tasikmalaya Earthquake Disaster Relief Sep 2009<br />
  64. 64. Tasikmalaya – West JavaEarthquake Disaster Relief<br />
  65. 65. Padang – West Sumatera Island Earthquake Disaster Relief Sep 2009<br />
  66. 66. www.twnc.info<br />www.arthagrahapeduli.org<br />Artha Graha Building<br />SCBD Sudirman, Jl. Jend. Sudirman<br />Jakarta – Indonesia<br />THANK YOU<br />
  67. 67. Network<br />www.arthagrahapeduli.org<br />www.arthagraha.com<br />www. twnc.info<br />www.jembatanselatsunda.com<br />Artha Graha Building<br />SCBD Sudirman, Jl. Jend. Sudirman<br />Jakarta – Indonesia<br />THANK YOU<br />

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