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Participatory Land Use Planning in Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve

The KERABAT Consortium, supported by KfW/IUCN, conducted participatory land use mapping in seven RB Wildlife Reserve (RBWR) villages to identify land use patterns and promote sustainable livelihoods. Activities included mapping training, discussion series, field surveys, consultations, and land use planning. The project revealed extensive mixed rubber forests vital for local livelihoods and identified potential communal lands for optimal use, supporting biodiversity protection and community sustainability.

NTFP Feasibility Study: Developing Sustainable Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) to Support Improving Community Livelihoods in Rimbang Baling

The feasibility study was conducted around Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve and focused on five primary commodities: agarwood, durian, petai, rattan manau, and dragon blood. Recommendations include developing these NTFPs in designated blocks, using local resources, building community capacity, and strengthening market access through agreements between farmers and buyers for sustainable development.

Rubber Feasibility Study to Support Improving Community Livelihoods in Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve

The rubber feasibility study aims to value chains, market chains, rubber community development options, and potential rubber businesses from village to provincial levels. This study identified several key stakeholders including smallholders, middlemen, traders, and a rubber factory in Jambi. This study highlighted price fluctuations along the value chain and proposed strategies to enhance community livelihoods through several initiatives, such as facilitating potential partners and capacity building to increase rubber production.

Feasibility Study of Inland Fisheries Development based on Strategic Flagship Commodities at Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve (BRBBWR)

The study aims to identify existing and potential economic activities, assess business feasibility, and formulate policies for sustainable inland fisheries development to support community livelihood in the Subayang River area (Rimbang Baling Wildlife Area). This study highlighted ‘Lubuk Larangan’, a fisheries management based on local wisdom to restrict fishing activities for a certain period of time.

Socioeconomic assessment in Rimbang Baling

A series of discussion and socioeconomic surveys was conducted to update socioeconomic information about he communities living within and around the Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve Landscape, Riau, Sumatra. This document includes more specific information on seven villages within and around Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve, which are the key villages for the Tiger Programme (ITHCP) Phase III work between 2022 and 2024.

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Dugong di Sulawesi Utara, dari Kacamata Kesejateraan Hewan (Animal Welfare)

Dalam tesis Dina (2021), terdapat 5 domain terkait animal welfare Dugong yang diteliti yaitu domain lingkungan, domain nutrisi, domain kesehatan, domain perilaku interaksi, dan domain kesehatan mental. Pengambilan data dilakukan di Desa Bahoi, Tarabitan, Bulutui dan Gangga Satu, Kec. Likupang Barat, Kab. Minahasa Utara, Sulawesi Utara. Secara keseluruhan, dugong yang teramati masuk dalam kategori sejahtera. Ditinjau dari banyaknya perjumpaan jejak makan dugong di lokasi penelitian. Keberadaan feeding trail membuktikan bahwa dugong merasa aman dan nyaman saat makan di area padang lamun.

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Asa KWT Pulau Tongah, Desa Batu Songgan

KWT Pulau Tongah saat ini, berupaya memproduksi barang kerajinan anyaman berbahan rotan, pandan, dan umbai yang merupakan sumber daya lokal. April 2023, konsorsium KERABAT memberikan coaching pengembangan produk kerajinan anyaman kepada KWT. Anyaman topi, nametag dan sampul buku berhasil dibuat saat proses coaching berlangsung.

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“Ecoprint”

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The Harmony of Human and Tiger Life in Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve

KERABAT Consortium, Led by YAPEKA work in BBKSDA Riau in collaboration with INDECON and FHK work in a unique area, where the remaining Sumatran tiger population is critically endangered (the IUCN RedList) and coexist with the local human population. This area, known as the Rimbang Baling landscape – with a Wildlife Reserve as its core area – is located in Riau Province, Sumatra Island of Indonesia.  Part of the IUCN ITHCP Phase III supported by KfW, this project’s objective is to help the local community recognize the value of actively conserving Sumatran tigers while simultaneously improving their quality of life.
Conservation of Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve (RBWR) requires meaningful participation from diverse stakeholders, for example through conservation and sustainable livelihood aspects. Engaging the management authority, local governments and community who live inside and adjacent to RBWR are essential. Multi-layer collaborative approaches include central government, local government, village government and private sector.

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Kolaborasi Berkelanjutan dalam Global Dialogue on Sustainable Ocean Development

YAPEKA turut berpartisipasi dalam perhelatan Global Dialogue on Sustainable Ocean Development. Acara ini yang menjadi sarana Kolaborasi, pertukaran pengetahuan antar peserta dari berbagai negara yang mewakili Pemerintah, Perguruan Tinggi, Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat/LSM, dan Pakar serta Masyarakat turut berpartisipasi juga dalam acara ini, yang merupakan wadah pertukaran pengetahuan antar peserta dari berbagai negara yang mewakili Pemerintah, Perguruan Tinggi, Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat/LSM, dan Pakar serta Masyarakat