The objective of this paper is to share lessons learned from supporting village-level planning within USAID LESTARI’s integrated landscape planning approach for improving forest management within four priority landscapes in Indonesia.
LESTARI supported a range of tools and approaches aimed at building the capacity and commitment of government, community, and private sector partners in more inclusive and equitable forms of land use governance.
The objective of this paper is to share lessons learned from supporting the optimization of the Reforestation Fund to improve forest management within the USAID LESTARI-supported landscape in Central Kalimantan Province.
This paper analyses current developments specifically in land use licensing governance in Indonesia and draws out the implications for the work of donors such as USAID supporting land governance programs.
The purpose of this brief is to document the lessons learned from the Forest Management Unit (FMU) strengthening activities in three USAID LESTARI partner provinces – Aceh, Central Kalimantan and Papua.
This lesson learned technical brief describes village spatial and development planning, forest and natural resource management, and monitoring and evaluation that contributed to effective collaborative management of Papua’s forests.
USAID LESTARI partners with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and conserve biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.
USAID’s LESTARI project supports the Government of Indonesia to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and conserve biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.
A Political Economy Analysis (PEA) was undertaken as a part of USAID LESTARI’s ongoing mid-term assessment to increase the effectiveness of project strategies, tools and approaches toward meeting high level outcomes for greenhouse gas emissions reduction and biodiversity conservation.