The project primarily aims to establish a model area on forest landscape restoration that provides full ecological function and strengthens the quality of living of the local communities to be more secure and resilient to changes established.
The overall objective of this project is to develop a pilot model of sustainable land and forest management at the local level, which focuses on the implementation of measures in responding to the National Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) targets and address the rising concerns about greenhouse gas emission from agricultural and forestry sectors.
- Forest cover in the target area of approximately 480ha increased through the restoration and rehabilitation of degraded forest or degraded land by applying Restoration Opportunity Assessment Methodology (ROAM) and Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR)
- Sustainable land management in the agricultural sector and sustainable land use model to halt land degradation among beneficiaries in the target areas promoted and practiced
- Enhanced capacity and engagement of local people, local authorities, and relevant stakeholders in sustainable agriculture, sustainable land management, and sustainable forest management