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News from the Field - Pandemic Impact on Indigenous Peoples (3)
Papuan Young Scientist Program Socialization
Tabea Bulletin Vol 3
News from the Field - Pandemic Impact on Indigenous Peoples (2)
News from the Field - Pandemic Impact on Indigenous Peoples (1)
Rainforest Day Webinar PPT

The provinces of Papua and West Papua contribute more than 38% of the total forest cover owned by Indonesia. Tropical rain forests play a role as a home for a variety of endemic flora and fauna, climate offsets because they can store carbon, as well as a source of livelihood for indigenous peoples who live in the vicinity. Unfortunately, over time, tropical rain forests in Papua have experienced serious threats, including deforestation, forest degradation, land conversion, species introduction, peatland destruction, and infrastructure development.

Tabea Bulletin Vol 2

The second edition of the Tabea newsletter has been published. Biodiversity is the main issue that we choose, coinciding with World Biodiversity Day. We also invite young researchers to register themselves to conduct academic research in the field of sustainable development.

Annual Report EcoNusa Foundation 2019

The 2019 is deemed a crucial momentum to a newly born organization like EcoNusa Foundation. On that year, we try to pose ourselves as a professional and credible organization to initiate a transformation in Indonesia related particularly to save and protect environment in the eastern parts of Indonesia and the archipelagic ocean. The organization runs through various challenges linked particularly to the social and political issues in the Land of Papua. Let alone, 2019 was deemed a political year in which regional head election, legislative and presidential elections were simultaneously carried out across the country and thus it sparked the domestic political tension at the time. However, we keep on moving to strive for justice and sustainability of forest and indigenous community in the eastern regions of Indonesia including the sustainability of ocean management in Indonesia.

 

Tabea Bulletin Vol 1

In Maluku and Papua society, tabea is synonymous with the word greeting. For us, tabea means sowing natural seeds. This is in line with the mission of this bulletin as a forum for communication and enrichment of environmental issues to young Indonesians, especially the younger generation in the Land of Papua and the Maluku Islands which are the main focus of the Econusa program. Happy reading the inaugural Tabea bulletin

Report on the Implementation of the Land of Papua Ecotourism Workshop

We hope this training is a stepping stone for the advancement of ecotourism in Papua. Through ecotourism, forests and the sea can support the future of local communities. By ensuring forests and seas remain "healthy" unwittingly also supports the government in supporting changes in Papua's forests estimating 5.5 Gigatons of Carbon that is still stored in Papua's wilderness.

Annual Report EcoNusa Foundation 2018

EcoNusa Foundation intends to magnify and amplify a more constructive narrative of Papua to the outer of the region. Meanwhile, capacity building is carried out on the grass root level through communication strategy development in collaboration with all stakeholders and its local partners. This is deemed very strategic role to EcoNusa Foundation. It is expected that the intensive communication and stakeholder engagement will serve as trust building process at all level so as to create a constructive intervention, despite the challenge. The purpose is that the positive narrative of the Land of Papua is acceptable and comprehensible to the outer world of the Land of Papua. 

School of EcoDiplomacy (SED) 2019 Report: Jayapura

Environmental threat and the massive potential of youth become the motivation for EcoNusa Foundation to initiate the School of Eco Diplomacy (SED). EcoNusa sees the importance of youth participatory, especially those who live in the urban area of the Land of Papua, to become the advocate and ambassador for environment conservation through modern approach using social media and campaign. 

 

School of EcoDiplomacy (SED) 2019 Report: Manokwari

Environmental threat and the massive potential of youth become the motivation for EcoNusa Foundation to initiate the School of Eco Diplomacy (SED). EcoNusa sees the importance of youth participatory, especially those who live in the urban area of the Land of Papua, to become the advocate and ambassador for environment conservation through modern approach using social media and campaign. 

 

NGO Coalition for Sustainable Fisheries and Ocean Management.

Seeing the impending threat, KORAL, a coalition of nine NGOs, is created to remind stakeholders in the fisheries and ocean sector always to prioritize sustainable management and withhold the principle of participatory democracy with integrity.

Food and Land Use Study

This study aims to analyze food security and nutrition as a basis for recommendations for local governments to map sustainable Food and Land Use (FOLU). Data collection is carried out between January and April 2019 through primary data collection (in-depth interviews, group interviews at workshops, focus group discussions, market surveys, observations), and secondary data (literature study, secondary data analysis). The summary is divided into 4 sections according to the discussion in the report: Food use, food access, food availability, and governance.

Manokwari Declaration

The Manokwari Declaration endorsed the shared vision of Tanah Papua namely "Land of Peace, Sustainability, Sustainability, and Dignity". Fourteen points were obtained which required the commitment of the government and development partners in order to support and strengthen the people of Tanah Papua.

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