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Strengthening community capacity for evidence-based forest restoration in Indonesia

 

Key Facts

FUNDING SCHEME ICON
FUNDING SCHEME
Main Project
VALUE ICON
VALUE
£514,402
WHERE ICON
WHERE
Indonesia

Summary

Tropical forest restoration is considered a major route to mediating the biodiversity and climate crises whilst also supporting livelihoods and well-being of local communities. To meet these aims over the long-term, restoration actions must be effective and sustainable while benefiting people. Our project will co-produce and apply methods that foster a strategic, evidence-based approach to forest restoration in Indonesia, facilitating i) spatial prioritisation, ii) restoration interventions, iii) efficient restoration monitoring and iv) a route to certification for ecosystem service-based finance.
 
Status Current
Reference 29-020
Round 28
Start 01/06/2022
End 31/03/2025

Project Leader

Lead Organisation

Project Partners
Indonesia Research and Innovation Agency, DICE - Durrell Institute of Conservation & Ecology, Plan Vivo, FFI - Fauna and Flora International


Regions
East Asia

Countries
Indonesia

Documents:
Download: Half Year Report - 29-020 HYR2 - 05/02/2024

Download: Half Year Report - 29-020 HYR2 - 05/02/2024

Download: Annual Report - 29-020 AR1 - 18/09/2023

Download: Half Year Report - 29-020 HYR1 - 14/03/2023

Download: Application Form - 29-020 App - 22/11/2022