Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia

Strengthening non-state actor involvement in forest governance in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Papua New Guinea

11/07/2017 - 10:36
Multisector

The objective of this regional project is to strengthen effective engagement of non-state actors in forest monitoring, planning and policy processes in Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Key activities include capacity building for national, provincial and local non-state actors to monitor forest resource use, forest condition and forest carbon stocks; engage effectively with local authorities and national decision-makers; participate in forest management and land use planning processes; and, inform and influence forest policy processes, including REDD+ and FLEGT.

 

Sector: Civil society engagement

Benefiting zone: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea

 

Key facts

Budget amount (€): 4 973 241

Duration: January 2017 – January 2022

Implementing Organisations:

Birdlife International (UK)

Persatuan Pencinta Alam Malaysia (Malaysian Nature Society)

Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources

Perhimpunan Pelestari Burung Dan Habitatnya (Birdlife) Indonesia

(Indonesian Assocociation for the Conservation of Birds and Their Habitats)

The Tenkile Conservation Alliance

University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG)

University of Wolverhampton