Management of conservation areas towards an independent Adat (traditional) Village of Tenganan Pegringsingan and Banjar (neighborhood unit) of Dukuh Sibetan-Karangasem
Management of conservation areas towards an independent Adat (traditional) Village of Tenganan Pegringsingan and Banjar (neighborhood unit) of Dukuh Sibetan-Karangasem
Name or title proposed project
:
Management of conservation areas towards an independent Adat (traditional) Village of Tenganan Pegringsingan and Banjar (neighborhood unit) of Dukuh Sibetan-Karangasem
Site of Project
:
Bali, Karangasem Regency:
1. Tenganan Pegringsingan Traditional Village, Manggis District
2. Banjar Adat Dukuh Sibetan, Burdendem Criticism
Duration
:
10 months
Starting date
:
15 July – 31 May 2021

GOAL
Developing the conservation area of the Tenganan Pegringsingan and Dukuh Sibetan customary areas as an independent and sustainable community productive management area.


objectives
1. Availability of zoning maps of customary forests/conservation areas and conservation area management plans
2. There is a barrier and renaturalization of the core area and tree planting in the buffer area of the conservation area
3. The development of local food, medicine, and ceremonial materials in the productive area of the village
4. There is development and innovation of ecotourism activities in two villages.

ACTIVITIES

1. Availability of zoning maps of customary forests/conservation areas and conservation area management plans
Activities:
1.1. Program socialization to the community of two villages
Program socialization was carried out at two locations involving stakeholders in two villages, both traditional and official, community leaders, ecotourism groups and other community groups. The socialization activity was carried out once in each village.
1.2. Determination of zoning of the Tenganan Pegringsingan customary forest and identification of vegetation/fauna
The determination of zoning is intended as a control tool for traditional villages in making wise use of conservation areas. In addition to zoning, it is important to identify the vegetation/fauna contained in the conservation area to document the potential for biodiversity in the customary forest area.
1.3. Mapping of conservation areas and identification of vegetation/fauna of Banjar Adat Dukuh Sibetan
The mapping of the conservation area is aimed at ensuring the location and extent of the conservation area that has been defined in the Spatial Management Plan for the Banjar Adat Dukuh Sibetan. In addition, identification of vegetation/fauna will also be carried out to document the potential for biodiversity contained in the conservation area.
1.4. Preparation of conservation area management plans in two villages
The activities of preparing a management plan are carried out to ensure the activities that may and may not be carried out in the conservation area, so that the use of resources can be controlled, based on the conservation economy.
2. There is a barrier and renaturalization of the core area as well as tree planting in the buffer area of ??the conservation area
2.1. Installation of boundary signs and information on conservation areas in two villages
The activity of installing boundary signs and information boards is carried out to ensure the boundaries of the conservation area with other use areas, as well as informing the public about the existence, importance, and potential that exists in the conservation area.
2.2. Renaturing conservation areas and planting trees in buffer zones.
Currently, the condition of the conservation areas in two villages is experiencing degradation due to unwise management and the influence of nature. Renaturing is intended to restore the condition of the conservation area to its original state with local plants according to their habitat. In addition, it is also important to plant various types of perennials in the buffer zone as an effort to prevent landslides and maintain the quantity and quality of water sources.
2.3. Mapping the amount and type of waste and compiling a study on waste management in forest areas and settlements in the Tenganan Pegringsingan Traditional Village
Mapping and waste assessment activities are aimed at developing an integrated waste management plan which will later be proposed in planning, both for traditional village planning and official village planning.

1. Development of local food, medicine, and ceremonial materials in the buffer/productive area of ??the village
3.1. Planting local food crops, medicines, and ceremonial plants
The activity of planting food crops, medicine, and ceremonial materials is aimed at meeting the needs of the local community, especially since since the COVID-19 pandemic many of those who live in the city have returned to the village. It is hoped that the existence of these plants can reduce expenses, especially for families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
3.2. Training on processing and packaging of local food products (kolang-kaling) in Tenganan Pegringsingan
One of the abundant potentials in the conservation area of ??Tenganan Pegringsingan village is the palm fruit tree and various types of plants for health. Also, because of the abundant benefits for health, there needs to be a business of processing kolang-kaling into an economic business that can be developed in groups or individually.
3.3. Training and processing of local food products in Dukuh Sibetan (salak)
This activity of processing salak into derivative products is carried out as an effort to suppress the fall in the price of this commodity during the harvest season and also to open up business opportunities for the target group community. Processed salak include pickles, sweets, caramel, chili sauce, and wine. Especially for salak wine, it has been processed since 1999, but has experienced problems and challenges so that it cannot be developed optimally.

2. Development and innovation of ecotourism activities in two villages
4.1. Preparation of ecotourism guide in two villages
The activity of preparing the guide was carried out because the two beneficiary villages as JED members did not yet have a guide book. This activity is intended so that the information conveyed to outsiders by the guides is the same and can be accounted for.
4.2. Making a video ecotourism virtual tour in two villages
The Covid-19 condition makes direct visits of tourists very limited, therefore it is important to make efforts to anticipate the current condition of visits through virtual tours. This activity is also a promotional effort that can still be done through the creation of this virtual tour.

5. Monitoring and evaluation
Monitoring activities are carried out to monitor the progress of activities at the location which will be carried out every three months. While the evaluation is carried out once at the end of the activity/project


Reporting
Yayasan Wisnu will submit financial and narrative progress reports to UNDP and GEF-SGP according to the following deadlines:

Reporting Period
Deadlines
Report I
15 July – 30 November 2021
15 November 2021
Final Report
1 November 2021 – 15 May 2022
30 April 2022

 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Yayasan Wisnu
Country:
Indonesia
Area Of Work:
Biodiversity
Grant Amount:
US$ 25,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 33,769.28
Project Number:
INS/SGP/Y1/ ICCA-GSI-COVID/2021/01
Status:
Currently under execution

Grantee Contact

Mr System Administrator
 

Address

Jl. Pangubengan Kauh No.94 Kerobokan Kuta Bali
Kuta , Bali ,

SGP Country office contact

Ms. Catharina Dwihastarini
Phone:
(62-21) 720-6125/722-0905
Fax:
(62-21) 722-0905
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