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 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)
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 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)
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FORCLIME

 Forests and Climate Change Programme
 Technical Cooperation (TC Module)

Final version of the 2019 management plan of the Nunukan Forest Management Unit has been completed, North Kalimantan

2019 05 15 RPHJP KPH Nunukan Kaltara

The Nunukan Forest Management Unit (KPH Nunukan) launched its 2019 management plan on 15 May 2019 in Nunukan city, North Kalimantan. The launching was attended by the Head of sub-districts (Camat), the Head of Villages (Kepala Desa-Kades), forest concessionaires, and local community representatives.

The annual management plan refers to the long-term management plan (RPHJP) that was approved and signed by the Minister for Environment and Forestry. The KPH Nunukan disseminates its operation plan to relevant stakeholders with the purpose of explaining the role of KPHs and their activities to improve coordination.

On his opening speech, the Head of KPH Nunukan, Bastiang, announced that annual management plans are an opportunity to reach independent KPHs. Moreover, it is also an opportunity to create partnerships with relevant partners.

The process of preparation and completion of forest management plan of the KPH Nunukan was supported by FORCLIME, which has been assisting the KPH development since 2017.

For more information, please contact:
Mohammad Sidiq, Province Coordinator North Kalimantan

GIZ Country Director Indonesia, ASEAN and Timor Leste visits shrimp farms and ecosystem essential area in Bulungan, North Kalimantan

2019 05 09 Martin Hansen visit lowres

On 9th May 2019, GIZ Country Director Indonesia, ASEAN and Timor Leste, Mr Martin Hansen, visited FORCLIME sites in North Kalimantan province including shrimp farms and ecosystem essential areas in Bulungan to see the progress of the programme’s activities implemented in the field. At the same day Mr Hansen went on a courtesy visit to meet the North Kalimantan Provincial Secretary, Dr. Suriansyah in Tanjung Selor, the capital city of North Kalimantan province. The courtesy meeting was also attended by officials from relevant provincial service agencies, in addition to FORCLIME Programme Director, Mr Georg Buchholz, who accompanied Mr Hansen.

During the courtesy meeting, Dr Suriansyah explained that currently the Provincial and Bulungan District Governments pay attention to mangrove and peatland for conservation purposes. Furthermore, he said ‘This effort will be followed by human capacity building to be prepared for facing future issues on the implementation of the sustainable development goals.” Dr Suriansyah indicated that he is very pleased with the GIZ cooperation in North Kalimantan and urged the provincial government staff to take advantage from all GIZ activities, particularly on strengthening human resource capacity.

Next to visiting North Kalimantan, Mr Hansen visited FORCLIME sites and offices in East Kalimantan.

For more information, please contact:
Mohammad Sidiq, Province Coordinator North Kalimantan

The Center for Education and Training of MoEF is ready to apply e-learning systems

2019 05 03 aplikasi sistem e learning lowres

The Human Resource Training Center of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry in collaboration with GIZ conducted a training on e-learning applications on 2-3 May 2019 in Bogor. The training aims to improve the skills of users such as administrators, training organizers and lecturers (Widyaiswara) so they can operate the e-learning system, which has been updated both on a web-based system and applications on mobile devices, such as Android. 40 participants from the Human Resource Planning and Development Agency (BP2SDM) of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry joined the training.

Due to the training, participants increased knowledge about: e-learning systems; management of e-learning users; training management; management of discussion features (forums, chats, and video conferences); management of providing assignments and quizzes. In addition to theory, participants also practiced uploading training materials into the e-learning system.

After the training, the administrators, training organizers and lecturers are expected have improved their skills in using existing e-learning facilities. Therefore, e-learning can be an alternative method for increasing human resource capacity all over the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

For more information, please contact:
Edy Marbyanto, Strategic Area Manager for Human Capacity Development
Erfan Noor Yulian, the Center for Education and Human Resources for Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Environment and Forestry