East Kalimantan is a province of Indonesia. Its territory comprises the eastern portion of Borneo. In 2019, the population was 3,619,700. Its capital is Samarinda with an estimated population of 842,692. East Kalimantan has a total area of 48,392.81 sq miles.
The forests in East Kalimantan consist mainly of secondary logged-over and fire affected areas. According to data from the Ministry of Forestry, the forest area function based on the Regional Spatial Planning of East Kalimantan Province No. 01 of 2016 (PERDA) exists of the following areas:
Protected Forest Area - 1,844,969 Ha
Natural Forest Reserve Area - 438,390 Ha
Forest Conservation Area - 120,437 Ha
Permanent Production Forest Area - 3,027,099 Ha
Limited Production Forest Area - 2,908,256 Ha
Other Usage Areas - 4,299,785 Ha
Total: 12,638,936 ha
In the Berau and Mahakam Ulu districts in East Kalimantan we focus on Natural Forest Concessions (HPH) adjacent to Village Forests. In order to maximize the village forests goals of alleviating poverty and reducing deforestation, the following principles will be taken into account:
Improving basic welfare.
Recognizing indigenous or traditional knowledge to manage the forest.
Providing extra human resources and capital assistance to ensure long-term restoration of the ecosystem.
To achieve our goals, GSFP invests in LKTS to develop community-based supply, set up transparent and sustainable supply chains, develop market linkages, and raise customer awareness.
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Last updated: March, 2020