The development of community-based forest management (CBFM) in Indonesia has gained its momentum particularly in the last five years, driven by government's commitment to allocate 12,7 million hectares of forest land to local communities through various scheme of CBFM or called Social Forestry (SF) program. Furthermore, changes in the roles and interactions between government and civil society organizations that are more inclusive and collaborative have improved the mechanism of CBFM development.
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Last updated: March, 2020