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Role of private sector in supporting community initiative towards peatland protection and restoration

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Presented by Sera Noviany, Head of Sustainability Compliance from Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) Sinarmas, at Webinar "A Synthesis and Way Forward", 17 December 2020.

This presentation shared the experience and lesson learned of APP Sinarmas in conducting a community program named Desa Makmur Peduli Api (Fire Care Prosperous Village) including criteria and indicators used in monitoring and evaluating the program such as environmental protection, sustainable livelihood, and strategic partnership. Speaker also underlined the importance of community involvement and multi-stakeholder collaboration can support protection and restoration efforts.

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Role of private sector in supporting community initiative towards peatland protection and restoration

  1. 1. ROLE OF PRIVATE SECTOR IN SUPPORTING COMMUNITY INITIATIVE TOWARDS PEATLAND PROTECTION AND RESTORATION Webinar 4: Workshop Series Exploring Criteria and Indicators for Tropical Peatland Restoration Sera Noviany Head of Sustainability Compliance December 17th 2020
  2. 2. DESA MAKMUR PEDULI API (DMPA)
  3. 3. 3 MULTISTAKEHOLDER COLLABORATION – COMMUNITY BUSINESS MODEL DEVELOPMENT • Objectives of the collaboration is to develop business model that balance community livelihood and forest protection, as well as the indicators for success. • In the first stage, CIFOR and ICRAF has identified and determined 20 village typologies as well as stages to develop business models. This is done for villages located on peat as well as those on mineral soil. • YKAN is also engaged with the purpose of providing different approach to the business model development. • CIFOR ICRAF YKAN have also developed KPIs for evaluating the business model performance. • Piloting program is on-going in 6 villages in Riau, South Sumatra and West Kalimantan.
  4. 4. 4 COLLABORATION WITH IDH AND G-CINDE ON COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT • Collaboration between APP and G-Cinde (Gerakan Cinta Desa) on community-based forest restoration and protection in Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatra. • This collaboration is under the bigger program umbrella funded by IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative on the same topic. • As the first step, the project focus to develop community nursery in Muara Merang village in MUBA. This includes conducting FGDs, establishing the local cooperatives, training the local community of nursery practices. • The seedlings from this community nurseries will be used for peat rehabilitation project
  5. 5. How to measure performance of DMPA program in peatland?
  6. 6. CRITERIA AND INDICATOR Criteria Indicator Activity Measurement (Scoring 1-5) Environmental protection Awareness raising Socialization, campaign 4 Reducing use of fire in land preparation • Reduce use of fire/ no fire use in land preparation for agriculture practices • Support for equipments and infrastructure 4 Reducing fire incident Fire prevention and quick response 4 Securing protection area Conservation Collaboration 5 Sustainable Livelihood Diversity livelihood alternative Program implementation 5 Increasing income Program implementation 4
  7. 7. CRITERIA AND INDICATOR Criteria Indicator Activity Measurement (Scoring 1-5) Sustainable Livelihood Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) • Training, technical assistant, infrastructure/facilities support • Community practicing GAP 3 Market access • Support value added product • Connecting to supply chain/off-taker • Improve packaging 3 Strategic Partnership Increase number of community involved in partnership Implementation of partnership 3 Community involvement in fire prevention • Socialization, capacity building • Masyarakat Peduli Api (MPA) • Incentive for village which no fire incident 4 Strengthening community organization • Capacity building • Partnership program 3 Good relationships • Communication • Collaboration 4
  8. 8. CHALLENGES • Sustainability impact of the program couldn’t be measured in early stage even though the program has been implemented for 5 years. • Shifting community mindset to non timber forest product. Instead of relying on land expansion, community needs to focus on increasing land productivity. • Peatland management is high cost, particularly the equipment and infrastructure for water management. It will impact to cost and access to market. • Acceleration of the program really depends on community capacity, including managing the organization/farmer groups.
  9. 9. THANK YOU

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