Overview of previous project support

GGGI in the field
A team from Global Green Growth Institute visiting a project site in East Kalimantan. Photo: Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta.

A number of partners support the Indonesian Government in implementing the REDD+ agenda with financial support from Norway's International Climate and Forest Initiative. This is an overview of some projects the Embassy has supported in the past.

 

UN Development Program (UNDP)

Project: Support facility for the institutional setup of the Indonesian Peat Restoration Agency

Expected outcome: By the end of the institutional setup support, the institutional capacity of the Peat Restoration Agency (BRG) is in full position to coordinate and facilitate peat restoration and protection in the first year priority provinces and move forward to other priority provinces.

Grant: Up to 34 000 000 NOK in the period 2016–2017

Grant agreement BRG – UNDP

No-cost extension of BRG - UNDP agreement
(July 2017)

Addendum to the BRG - UNDP agreement (October 2017)

UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Project: Strengthening criminal justice response on forest crimes to support REDD+ implementation in Indonesia

Expected outcome: Reduced crime associated with forest and wildlife, namely illegal logging, encroachment and forest fires identified and acted in in Keerom District (Papua), Raja Ampat District (West Papua) and Kapuas District (West Kalimantan).

Grant: Up to 6 200 000 NOK in the period 2013–2017

Grant agreement UNODC 2013 – 2017

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Project: The Production of “The State of Indonesia’s Forests” Publication 

Planned outcome: Publication on Indonesia’s policies and priorities in forestry

Grant: Up to NOK 1 600 000 in the period of 1st January 2018 to 30th November 2018.

Grant agreement FAO

EAT Foundation

Project: The Asia-Pacific Food System Forum
The EAT Foundation, together with Indonesian and international partners, will deliver a synthesis paper on the linkages betweeh the food systems, land-use changea and deforestation.

The project will further deliver a national consultation and a high-level roundtable on food systems challenges in Indonesia, as well as activities during the Asia-Pacific Food Forum in Jakarta in October 2017.

Grant: 900 000 NOK for activities in 2017 and 2018.

Grant agreement EAT Foundation

Kemitraan (Partnership for Government Reform Indonesia)

Project: Tenure Conference 2017, Forest and Land Tenure and Governance for Equitable Development

The project is expected to deliver a reviewed and up-dated Tenure Roadmap and assessment of the process made under the 2011 Tenure Roadmap when it comes to i) extension of community-managed area, ii) conflict resolution and iii) forest gazettement

The project is also expected to contribute to the pooling of maps, information and case studies on agrarian reform and social forestry in order to achieve Government targets, and a Stakeholders’ Agreement on implementing Social Forestry and Agrarian Reform in Indonesia.

Grant: Norway is one of several donors to the project. Norway's contribution is NOK 1 400 000 in 2017 and 2018.

Grant agreeement Kemitraan Land Tenure Conference 2017