West Kalimantan Indonesia
Description

IDH is convening stakeholders in “PPI Compacts”: An agreement between public, private, community, and civil society stakeholders to enhance the sustainability and productivity of land and increase and diversify community livelihoods in exchange for forest/natural resources protection. The PPI Compacts provide an improved governance environment at the landscape level, which enables investment in PPI land use. Based on this, we create conditional financial incentives for sustainable palm oil production, forest protection and activities to intensify land use by (in)dependent smallholders.

PartnersThe Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH)
Initiative TypeJurisdictional Sourcing; Private partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

National Government, West Kalimantan Province and district/city Government to develop and implement green growth strategies, allowing for forests to be set aside for conservation while enabling a legal framework and law enforcement. The project are currently at the last stage of finalizing the provincial green growth plan.

PartnersThe Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH)
Initiative TypePublic Private Partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
DescriptionSAMPAN Kalimantan intends to protect the remaining coastlines (particularly mangroves) in western Kalimantan. The idea is to promote fair and sustainable coastal governance by supporting the protection and use of coastal communities through the use of community-based forest management models(eg HD, HKm), legislation permits on the protection of mangroves. It provides the community with access to and control of their forests. The project works with village communities but also affects local government.
PartnersSiemenpuu Foundation
Initiative TypeJurisdictional Partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

This project was initiated by FORCLIME to supports the establishment and development of FMUs in Indonesia at the national and local levels. While support at the national level mainly focuses on the development of policies relevant for FMU development and capacity building, at the local level FORCLIME supports the implementation of FMU design, planning and management. 

Partners GIZ; FORCLIME
Initiative TypeJurisdictional Partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

The West Kalimantan Province government together with FORCLIME Technical Cooperation (TC) conducted a training on Safeguards Information System (SIS) – REDD+ on 30 March 2017 in Pontianak, West Kalimantan. This activity is as part of REDD readiness for the province in the transition phase towards full implementation of REDD+ performance based payment in 2020. The training is also important for West Kalimantan since the province is keen to promote green development initiative, additionally, it is a member of the Governor Climate Forum (GCF).

PartnersGIZ; FORCLIME
Initiative TypeJurisdictional Partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

TFCA and Government of West Kalimantan Cooperation for Regional Conservation Project through Agroforestry and Non-Timber Forest Product Management as Local People's Income Alternative in Labian-Leboyan Corridor. The program start by 2016 – 2018.

PartnersTropical Forest Conservation Act
Initiative TypeIndigenous Peoples Initiative
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

Government of West Kalimantan is working with The Asia Foundation to implement SETAPAK 2 Program which supported by the British Government on Climate Change Unit ( UKCCU ) is working with . The program aims to improve forest and land governance in Indonesia, with a focus on increasing transparency and accountability and strengthening rule of law in all decisions around forest and land use, by supporting Indonesia’s vibrant civil society movements and media to play a stronger role in forest and land governance. Approaches include supporting external oversight of government performance and law enforcement; field monitoring of land use infractions and forestry crimes, and reporting of illegalities. In addition, gender mainstreaming, raising public awareness, and assisting citizens to form constituencies and express their needs and preferences with regard to environmental policies. 

PartnersThe Asia Foundation
Initiative TypeIndigenous Peoples Initiative, Public Private Partnership
Initiative StatusOn-going
Description

In collaboration with the district forestry office, and West Kalimantan Provincial Forestry Office, FORCLIME comprehensively supports the PHBM development process in two villages, Setulang in Malinau District (5,300 ha) and Manua Sadap (1,600 ha) in Kapuas Hulu District together with other partners. As a first step and based on information on different PHBM options, communities choose the PHBM scheme that seems most appropriate to them, that resemble their Village Forest. Facilitation activities in two villages included the preparation of village forest development proposals, training and assistance to strengthen village forest management organizations, and legal drafting drafting training. FORCLIME and West Kalimantan Government assists in the creation of participatory village boundaries, verification of village forest areas and a participatory inventory of potential non-timber forest products. Capacity development includes skills on how to assess and list the quantity and quality of available forest resources and how to prepare sustainable forest management plans.

PartnersGIZ; FORCLIME
Initiative TypeIndigenous Peoples Initiative
Initiative StatusOn-going