Program & Aktivitas

YEARMITRAPROJECTLOCATIONMONTHExecutive SummaryProject Area, Main Activities and Expected ResultsFollow Up/Challenges
2020Ford Foundation General Support and Core Support For Institutional StrengtheningJANUARI
2018Both-EndsGender and Local, Sustainable Systems of (Traditional) Land-Use and Food Production in Kalimantan and SumateraDESEMBER
2018SatunamaInstitutional Capacity BuildingDESEMBER
2018Ford Foundation Support for Public Education to Ensure That Community Farmlands, Forests and Livelihood Are Protected in West KalimantanNOVEMBER
2018Misereor Enhancing The Role of Community Groups Towards Just and Sustainable Village Livelihoods in West Kalimantan, IndonesiaOKTOBER
2018Both-EndsGender and Local, Sustainable Systems of (Traditional) Land-Use and Food Production in Kalimantan and SumateraOKTOBER
2018Transparency International Indonesia Penguatan Pemuda Melalui Penggunaan Teknologi Informasi Untuk Berkolaborasi Dengan Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) Dalam Pemantauan Proyek Pembangkit Listrik 35000 MWAGUSTUS
2018Yappika Action-Aid Promoting Civil Society Led Initiatives for Inclusive and Quality Education in Indonesia (Program Pro-InQluEd)SambasAPRIL
2018Conservation Strategy Fund Indonesia Program Perencanaan Lanskap Berkelanjutan Kabupaten Sintang, Kalimantan BaratSintangAPRIL
2017The David & Lucile Packard FoundationSupport Community-Led Sustainable Liveelihood Development in West KalimantanOKTOBER
2017ASPPUK Indonesia Sustainable Production and Consumption of HandwovenThis program has been designed by APPSPUK (Woman Association for Small Scale Business Development) to assist and organize woman groups to develop small scale business based on local resources. The activities of program are also oriented to encourage local government to recognize and protect so as promote the production of the groups. This program is conducted in District of Sambas to contribute to the immediate need toward the preservation of hand woven as a well-known traditional product identity of the community. The program supports the assistance of woman groups to product the hand-woven based on local resources proceeded environmentally friendly and ensure the economic added value for the market demand. Thus, as a traditional product, hand-woven should be preserved as local product inherited to next generation. The activities have been conducted in District of Sambas as original area producing the well-known hand-woven in West Kalimantan Province.
The intended outcomes of the assistance are:
1. To increase the added value of hand-woven as the traditional product of the community.
2. To encourage local government to protect and promote hand-woven as local identity of the community.
Follow up: in the progress of program implementation.
Challenges: consolidation woman network, sustainable production and marketing, local regulation framework.
2017Ford Foundation Support for Research, Mapping and Public Education to Ensure That Community Farmland and Forests are Integrated Within The Process and Implementation of District-Level Spatial Palling in West KalimantanJANUARI
2016Transparency International Indonesia Assesment Sistem Integritas LokalAPRIL
2016Ford Foundation Enhancing Access and Participation of Community Groups
toward Food Sovereignty in West Kalimantan
Sambas, Kubu Raya, Kayong Utara, SintangThis program, as the follow up of the previous program, has been designed to contribute to the immediate need to enhance access and participation of local community groups toward food sovereignty initiatives in West Kalimantan, especially in 4 regencies of Sambas, Kubu Raya, Kayong Utara and Sintang. The program designed has been focused to assist potential local government and village government to ensure the operationalization of food sovereignty committing to local farmer family protection. The program will also encourage community group of farmers to practice sustainable agriculture practice as a model from village level. The knowledge and process of program implementation will be also organized as material for a wider public campaign for community based agricultural development program involving CSOs networking.Generally the project is conducted in West Kalimantan, especially in 12 villages within 4 of 12 districts in the province: district of Sambas, Kubu Raya, Kayong Utara and Sintang.
1. The provision of local regulation initiative on community based agriculture development in West Kalimantan.
2. The provision of community based agriculture development practices model in 4 districts.
3. The development of intensive campaign and networking on community based food sovereignty in West Kalimantan.
Follow up: in the progress of program implementation.
Challenges: promoting and campaign the issue of food sovereignty in West Kalimantan, local regulation framework (village and district), community mode of production.
2016MCA IndonesiaAn Initiative to Strengthen Women’s Group Economic Development through Empowerment and Sustainable AgricultureKapuas Hulu, SintangThis project has been aimed to initiate and empower woman groups in sustainable agriculture development and other economic productive activity initiatives toward household income generating and family nutrition security. This project has also been designed to contribute to the immediate need toward green house emission reduction. The project is proposed by a consortium of local NGOs in West Kalimantan focusing on women empowerment, community-based alternative economic development and women-based journalist network. The Consortium of Jaringan Perempuan untuk Keberlanjutan Kehidupan Kalimantan Barat (Women’s Network for Sustainable Livelihood West Kalimantan), is consist of Gemawan (as the lead consortium), PPSW, Dian Tama, Jurnalis Perempuan Khatulistiwa (JPK) and Simpai Kapuas (a local NGO in Sintang District). In brief, the project is designed to integrate women-based empowerment, sustainable agriculture development, and other potential economic activities supports. The proposed project is conducted within two district of Kapuas Hulu and Sintang covering 10 potential villages.
Main activities of the project are: 1) women’s group empowerment and capacity building, 2) sustainable agriculture development supports: technical supports to increase land use productivity, 3) advocacy and product marketing supports: participatory mapping, supporting product marketing, and 4) documentation and campaign: to promote best practices.
Follow up: in the progress of program implementation.
Challenges: Women groups empowerment, consolidation woman network, sustainable production and marketing, local regulation framework.
2016Transparency International Indonesia Reinventing Anti-Corruption Movement and Endorse Integrity Program (REACTING)JANUARI
2015Transparency International Indonesia Penguatan KPK dengan Menyiapkan Pimpinan KPK Masa DepanJULI
2015Misereor Empowering Community Groups Toward Community Based Village Development in West Kalimantan, IndonesiaSambas, Kubu Raya, Kayong Utara, SintangJUNIThis project, as follow up of the previous program, has been designed to encourage community groups at village level to practice their recognized rights (Law of Village) to improve democratic institution of decision making and to directly control the development. The project will also deliver a model of community based village spatial, as a strategy to enhance community access to natural resources management at village level, especially the marginalized groups. The process of village spatial planning will be supported by the use of “drone” technology. The process, the best practice and the result will be formulated as a model of community based village spatial planning into local framework regulation of regency and to be introduced to public. The project is also designed to follow up the previous program of strengthening community based organizations at district level. Gemawan will also empower and strengthen the existing organization to promote justice and sustainability in village development process.Generally the project is conducted in West Kalimantan, especially in 30 villages within 4 regencies of 12 regencies in the province, namely: district of Sambas, Kubu Raya, Kayong Utara and Sintang.
1. The participation of diverse community groups within decision-making processes in village development are recognized in West Kalimantan, especially in 30 villages.
2. Local regulations regarding natural resources are improved promoting justice and sustainability in village development processes in West Kalimantan.
Follow up: in the progress of program implementation.
Challenges: consolidating community groups at provincial level, local regulation framework (village and district), community mode of production.
2015Samdhana Promosi Inisiatif Lokal dalam Praktek Pertanian Pangan yang Baik dan Berkelanjutan di Kabupaten Sambas dan Kota SingkawangSambas, SingkawangMARET
2014Transparency International Indonesia Reinventing Anti-Corruption Movement and Endorse Integrity Program (REACTING)DESEMBER
2014Ford Foundation Support for Research, Mapping and Public Education to Ensure That Community Farmland and Forests are Integrated Within The Process and Implementation of District-Level Spatial Palling in West KalimantanDESEMBER
2014Samdhana Penguatan Kapasitas Petani Perempuan Anggota Serumpun di Kabupaten Sambas dan Kota SingkawangSambas, SingkawangMEI
2014TrapesiaKajian Mendalam Tentang Ancaman Kekeringan Bersama Masyarakat di Desa Sei Kelambu, Kecamatan Tebas, Kabupaten Sambas, Kalimantan BaratSambasMEI
2014KEHATI-TFCA KalimantanPerlindungan Wilayah Perkebunan Karet Tradisional Rakyat di Kabupaten Kapuas HuluKapuas HuluAPRILThis program has been designed to empower community groups to increase household income generating through sustainable management of agroforestry rubber with a variety of capacity-building activities to increase the amount and quality of the production, farm management and organic plantation care and building market access. This program has also been directed to increase public participation to promote and encourage the protection of areas with high conservation value under community arrangements. Thus, to ensure the efforts, the program has also designed to convince local government of Kapuas Hulu on the importance of value agro-system traditional rubber in providing a good income for local communities and the conservation of biodiversity and increase forest cover. The project has been conducted in District of Kapuas Hulu, especially in 3 villages in sub-district Silat Hulu.
The intended outcomes of the project:
1. Legal recognition from local government towards the value and importance of people’s traditional rubber plantation.
2. To empower active participatory of the community in conservation effort in project area.
3. Raise income generating for households of traditional rubber farmers.
Follow up: wrapping up local legislation at village and district level, consolidating rubber small scale business plan for community group.
Challenges: woman group empowerment, farmer association development, village governance empowerment.
2014Misereor Strengthening Community Groups To Protect Land and Forest in West Kalimantan, IndonesiaAPRIL
2014Kemitraan Perluasan Partisipasi Publik Dalam Percepatan Reformasi Birokrasi di Kalimantan BaratPontianak, Kayong UtaraAPRIL
2014ICW Pemantauan Politik Uang Dalam Pemilu 2014Kalimantan BaratMARET
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