Projects in Indonesia
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Projects in Indonesia
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Impacts of Habitat Disturbance and Effectiveness of Forest Rehabilitation for Scavengers in BorneoStudies on the effects of habitat degradation on wildlife generally focused on particular taxonomic groups and rarely consider ecologically functional groups as a whole. The project aims to investigate the impacts of land use changes on the vertebrate scavenger community and carcass removal, particularly the effects of logging, conversion to oil palm plantations, and forest rehabilitation.
Assessment of Ants in Gede-Pangrango and Ujung Kulon National Parks, West JavaOur project aims at providing a pioneering study of ant communities in different habitats in both Indoneisian National Parks.
Ecosystem Service, Supporting the Forest, Supporting the People: Evaluating Ecosystem Services of Forest Edge for Park Boundary Support SystemThis study evaluates the biodiversity ecosystem service through the bird and bat community at park boundary to understand how ecosystem service support the forest and support the people.
Building and Mapping the Indicator of Biodiversity Ecosystem along the Park BoundaryThis study is a combination of both monitoring survey and community engagement to build and map the indicator of biodiversity ecosystem services around the edge of the park.
Jaringan Ekowisata Desa (Village Ecotourism Network)JED invites tourists to come to the villages to see and experience village life. The objectives of JED are to increase the incomes of the villages by diversifying and supplementing their agricultural livelihoods and to raise funds and awareness for conservation.
Sumatran Orangutan Education and Awareness Programme (SOEAP)The Sumatran Orangutan Education and Awareness Programme (SOEAP) addresses the plight of the Sumatran orangutan and its degrading habitat through the promotion of conservation and protection efforts to local people, using environmental education tools.
Orangutan Conservation Village Initiative (OCVI)The OCVI is a grassroots programme to promote the protection of Sumatran orangutan and their rainforest ecosystem, working with communities living adjacent to the Gunung Leuser National Park.
Marike Ecotourism Development Initiative (MEDI)The aim of the project is to build the capacity of the Marike community to develop an effective and ethical interpretive ecotourism venture, in order to support and promote the conservation of Sumatran orangutans and their forest home.
Mangrove Planting InitiativeMangrove planting to re-establish an eco environment for fish spawning and other marine life whilst providing long term improvements for local village inhabitants in the fishing industry and improving sea protection.
Assessment of Conservation Status of Rafflesia in West SumatraThe aims of the project are: 1) assessing the conservation status of Rafflesia populations in West Sumatra, 2) monitoring the existence of Rafflesia species, and 3) proposing management plant for conservation of Rafflesia species.
Vermicomposting of Domestic Waste Training to Local Community in Surabaya River, East Java, IndonesiaThe water quality of the Surabaya River, in East Java, Indonesia, is very poor because of human pollution. This project seeks to encourage local people to make vermicompost from their own waste and thereby improve their local environment.
Environmental Education for Children to Promote Sustainable River Management in East Java, IndonesiaThis project will raise awareness of the problems of water pollution and in particular its effect on children in the Surabaya River region.
Spatial Distribution and Habitat Suitability Analysis of Javan Gibbon in Gunung Halimun Salak National Park(a) To identify habitat preference of javan gibbon (b) To establish accurate map of spatial distribution of javan gibbon and provide an overview threats that javan gibbons facing across the landscape.
Public Awareness through Environment Education for Student in area of Ekosystem Gunung Leuser National Park which Reside in Karo Regency North Sumatra ProvinceForum Komunikasi Kader Konservasi Indonesia (FK3I) Koordinator Cabang Kabupaten Karo
Local Community Empowerment on Tiger and its Conservation in Southeast Aceh, IndonesiaThe aim of project is to ensure the long term participative protection of Sumatran tiger and its habitat within Southeast Aceh communities at Leuser National Park, Aceh Province, Indonesia.
Local Community Empowerment on Tiger and Its Habitat in Batang Gadis National Park, IndonesiaThe project aim is to ensure the long participative conservation of Sumatran tiger and its habitat in Batang Gadis National Park communities, North Sumatra Province,Indonesia. The illegal logging and some encroachments in Batang Gadis National Park areas are increasing, this is main problem of Sumatran tiger habitat conservation. The training that to be importantly undertaken are tiger conservation cadre training and then good environmental governance training. The both trainings are aimed to that sharpen local teacher capacity in tiger conservation knowledge and Village heads capacity in sustainable development leadership.
Support for Sumatran Tiger Protection In and Around Batang Gadis National ParkThis project is aimed to establish the effective community based forest & sumatran tiger protection in and around Batang Gadis National Park. We will create 6 community forest patrol (CFP) groups (1group for 1 resort). The CFP members will be selected from local peoples. The community forest & tiger patrol activity will regularly deploy under supervision of National Park ranger including patrol training, patrolling for illegal logging &tiger presences, destroy snare trap. Beside it, we also develop a wildlife response unit as a roving team in order to assist local communities who live around affected areas of human-tiger conflicts.
Monitoring and Conservation of the Sea Turtle Nesting Population at Yembekaki Beach on the Waigeo Island of West Papua – IndonesiaThe project aim is to evaluate if Yembekaki beach in the northern part of Waigeo Island, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, represents a significant a rookery for the western Pacific leatherback.
Program Extension of Cost-Effective Mangrove Rehabilitation Focussing on Restoration of HydrologyThis project will attempt to restore an area of mangrove from disused shrimp farm pond using community participation and focussing on the restoration of hydrology.
Cost Effective Mangrove Rehabilitation Focusing on Restoration of HydrologyMany mangrove rehabilitation projects in Indonesia have experienced technical failure due to the incorrect assumption that degraded coastal lands that were once inhabited by mangroves can be re-established by simply replanting mangrove seedlings.
Completion of the Project on Cost-Effective Mangrove Rehabilitation Focussing on Restoration of HydrologyThis project aims to understand comprehensively and to promote the best practice of hydrological mangrove restoration technique that may contribute significantly for the improvement of mangrove rehabilitation goal.
Wanariset Orangutan Reintroduction ProjectThis project assesses techniques of reintroducing orphan or captured orang-utans to the wild in Borneo.
Evaluating the Ecological and Cultural Services Provided by Tropical Forest Ecosystems: Freshwater Fish and the Use of Fish Ponds as a Sustainable Livelihood Source in Central Kalimantan, IndonesiaThe project aims are: 1) to assess the fish communities in the forest and river; 2) assess the importance of fish and fishing to the local communities and 3) to evaluate the use of fish ponds as a sustainable livelihood source.
The Crested Black Macaque, IndonesiaStudy on Male Sulawesi Crested Black Macaque Dominance Style at Tangkoko-Batuangus Nature Reserve, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Civet Coffee Saves Biodiversity: Obtaining Civet’s Population Data toward Sustainable Coffee Production in Petungkriono Forest, IndonesiaProvide population data of Palm Civet along with quantity of Civet coffee that can be harvested. And encourage people to manage their forest better for improving their livelihood.