Program for

25 Years

PTEHG Program is an initiative of palm oil buyers and processors to jointly support long-term sustainable forest conservation and restoration.

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About Program

Peat Forest Ecosystem Integrated Management (PTEHG) is a village forest management program with communities in 3 villages and 1 sub-district, especially Gohong Village, Mnataren Village, Buntoi Village, and Kalawa Sub-District, Kahayan Hilir District, Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan Province. Communities working with the PTEHG Program must protect and/or restore natural ecosystems, forests and peatlands while promoting sustainable livelihoods for local communities.

Program Goals

Community Economic Empowerment

Restoring Forest or Peat Swamp Forest

Land Rehabilitation

Conservation

Capacity Building

Implementation of Forest Fire Prevention Mitigation

Forest Protection and Biodiversity

Program Characteristics

Not a Relief Project

The PTEHG program is not an aid project, but a performance-based payment program for ecosystem services. This means that in order to obtain funding for the PTEHG Program, the community and LPHD as funding partners and KpSHK have an obligation to prove that sustainable Village Forest management has been carried out in accordance with the activity plan prepared together.

Annual Verification

Independent verification by a third party is conducted annually to ensure that performance indicators have been met, after which performance-based payments made annually can occur.

Program Scale

Internasional

This program is on an international scale, with an initial target of programs throughout Southeast Asia, and the first country to get the opportunity is Indonesia.

First Chance

Currently the PTEHG program is in Kapuas Hulu District, West Kalimantan Province and Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan Province.

Area Expansion

In this program, it is possible to expand the program area by adding other community involvement outside the current program area.

Program Main Activities

Program Focus

CONTACT

Process and means for submitting complaints and handling them

Communities can convey their aspirations, complaints, and responses related to Program activities in their respective villages to Program Operators, either directly to Field Officers (FO) in their respective villages or through Field Project Managers (FPM) in Palangka Raya. Another way is through the available formal and informal communication channels, in the form of written letters, e-mail, telephone, cell phones and WhatsApp to the Field Officer (FO) as follows:

K.P.SHK Secretariat

Yunita
(HD Gohong dan Mantaren I)

Abdul Azis
(HD Kalawa dan Buntoi)

Submission of aspirations, complaints, and responses related to Program activities can also be done directly by visiting the Program Implementing Office in Bogor or Palangka Raya:

K.P.SHK Secretariat

58 Abimanyu Raya Street
Indraprasta I Bantarjati, Bogor 16153
West Java, Indonesia

PISL Secretariat (Information Center for Social Forestry and Field School)

Communities can convey their aspirations, complaints, and responses related to Program activities in their respective villages to Program Operators, either directly to Field Officers (FO) in their respective villages or through Field Project Managers (FPM) in Palangka Raya. Another way is through the available formal and informal communication channels, in the form of written letters, e-mail, telephone, cell phones and WhatsApp to the Field Officer (FO) as follows:

K.P.SHK Secretariat

Yunita
(HD Gohong dan Mantaren I)

Abdul Azis
(HD Kalawa dan Buntoi)

Asset 95@300x-8

Submission of aspirations, complaints, and responses related to Program activities can also be done directly by visiting the Program Implementing Office in Bogor or Palangka Raya:

K.P.SHK Secretariat

Secretariat: Jalan Pinang Perak Raya No. 37, Yasmin VI, Curug Mekar – West Bogor, Bogor City, West Java, 16113

PISL Secretariat (Information Center for Social Forestry and Field School)

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