GSFP ensures to maximize the social forestry goals of alleviating poverty and reducing deforestation by improving basic welfare, generating income and recognizing indigenous or traditional knowledge to manage the forests. Furthermore, extra resources will be provided to ensure long-term restoration and sustainability of the forest.
Activities carried out in the development of sustainable community forest management include:
community forest development.
forest conservation and protection.
deforestation reduced, reforestation and management of forest ecosystem and hydrological functions.
The use of areas in protected forests is carried out, among others, through business activities.
Utilization of environmental services in protected forests, among others, through business activities.
Collection of non-timber forest products in protected forest.
Unique forest management concept.
A forest management business concept is commonly referred to as sustainable forest management. However, in many cases the sustainable forest management has not been implemented properly and is the social sustainability requirement forgotten. This leads to conflicts of interest where the community around the concession does not get anything from forest management.
The forest management business concept carried out by GSFP is a unique concept. Unlike many other forest management concepts, it's a balance between: social, ecological and production sustainability and it focuses on long-term engagement with the communities.
Togetherness, justice and openness in optimal forest management.
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Last updated: March, 2020