Hatfield Indonesia Wins ‘Forest Investment Program’ Addressing Deforestation and Forest Degradation in West Kalimantan, Indonesia
Dec 15, 2017
The FIP-1 project is a four-year (2017-2021) project, administered by the Asian Development Bank designed to support the Government of Indonesia (Ministry of Environment and Forestry [MOEF], the DG of Social Forestry and Environmental Partnership) and customary communities to manage forests sustainably, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by enhancing technical capacity and improving the livelihood of local communities. The project’s overall goal is to increase environmental and livelihood benefits to local communities, through the implementation and improvement of REDD+ projects in West Kalimantan province.
Hatfield will assume the role of project implementation supporting unit (PISU) consultant, and will assist the MOEF to: (1) establish REDD+ pilot projects in 17 villages within Kapuas Hulu and Sintang districts, (2) identify and address barriers for effective implementation of the provincial policy framework and strategy for REDD+ in West Kalimantan, and (3) harmonize REDD+ related policies at the national level with those at the Forest Management Unit, district, and provincial levels, in line with the national REDD+ strategy.
This project represents a continuation of Hatfield’s work on forestry and REDD+ implementation programs in Indonesia, and particularly within West Kalimantan Province. This project will establish links between national-level REDD+ initiatives with sub-national governments, and with other donor-funded projects in the project area. Project activities will lead towards improvements in; local community livelihoods, capacities of sub-national governments in relation to REDD+ implementation, and regulations and policies at the Forest Management Unit level to support REDD+ implementation.
For more information, please contact:
Bambang Tri Sasongko Adi
PT. HATFIELD INDONESIA
Telephone: +62 251 832 4487; 8332 602