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Share Resources, Joint Solution (SRJS)

Shared Resources, Joint Solutions (SRJS) program is a collaboration between IUCN Netherlands (IUCN NU, WWF Netherlands (WWF NU and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs). The 5-year program started in January 2016. Its overall aim is to secure ecosystem based International Public Goods (IPGs), water provisioning, food security and climate resilience for the future in selected landscapes through multi-stakeholder governance systems.

SRJS Aceh Program

Program SRJS diinisiasi oleh World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Forum DAS Krueng Peusangan (FDKP) dan Balai Syura Ureung Inong Aceh (BSUIA/Balai Syura) untuk memperkuat kemampuan masyarakat dalam menerapkan kebijakan yang baik (Internasional Public Good/IPG) terkait dengan masalah air, pangan, perubahan iklim dan keanekaragaman hayati.

Area kerja koalisi program SRJS berada di DAS Peusangan, Jambo Aye dan Tamiang (PJT). Oleh karena itu jaringan ini dinamakan Koalisi PJT.

Lansekap Peusangan-Jambo Aye-Tamiang (PJT) menjadi area program, sebab kawasan ini memiliki peran sangat penting bagi masyarakat pesisir timur Aceh, serta kaya dengan keanekaragaman hayati serta potensi Sumber Daya Alam.

Program ini terfokus pada penguatan kapasitas public, kerjasama dengan privat sector, masyarakat dan CSO guna memastikan lansekap PJT dikelola dengan baik sejalan dengan prinsip-prinsip lestari sebagaimana yang ditegaskan di dalam Undang-Undang dan kebijakan lokal terkait lingkungan.

Program SRJS

  1. Sustainable Forest Management in Timber and Charcoal Concession. This strategy will focus on SFM compliant licensing to any operating timber concession in PJT Landscape.
  2. Promote Sustainable Palm Oil and Pulp and Paper production and HCVF protection. There are a number of Palm Oil concessions adjacent to or overlap with the Northern Sumatra corridor. This strategy will facilitate concession holders to apply best management practices as their standard operation procedures.
  3. Responsible Sand & Gravel Extraction. This strategy will improve sand and gravel extraction practices of license holders in order to maintain riverine ecosystem functions and integrity.
  4. Conserving IPG through fighting environmental crime. In order to effectively implement best practices, this strategy will improve policy and increase government capacity on fighting environmental crime.
  5. Ensuring connectivity in community land. This strategy will ensure that biodiversity connectivity in the corridor in Kreung Peusangan Watershed is (re)established.