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PROPOSAL

Project title:
Campaigns and Media Outreach to Support
Conservation of Orangutan and Their
Habitat in Sikundur, Langkat and
Mamas Bengkung, Dairi area
(North Sumatra, Indonesia)

By

Leuser International Foundation


Jl. Bioteknologi No.2 Kampus USU Medan
North Sumatra Indonesia Telp. +62 61 8216800
www.leuserfoundation .org

November 2007

PROJECT SUMMARY
The proposed project location is in Leuser Ecosystem, a 26,000 sq km wilderness area spread in the
two most northern provinces Sumatra Utara and Aceh. Proposed project will cover 30,000 ha of mostly
flat lowland rainforest that contains last remaining viable population of orangutan in the Leuser
Ecosystem in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) and the in North Sumatra. The area in North Sumatra
is referred to as Sekundur, and is bisected by the Besitang River which here flows roughly eastward to
the sea, and in Mamas Bengkung in Dairi
Because of gentle terrain and fertile soils forests are rich with wildlife in Sekundur and MamasBengkung area. These fertile areas also considered as suitable areas for settlement. Aceh forest area,
is under continual pressure from illegal harvest logging, wildlife poaching, slash and burn agricultural
practices. Leuser International Foundation has been working in Leuser Ecosystem area for more than a
decade and would like to propose an awareness program, to protect forests and the orangutan habitat.
The threats endangering the habitats and populations of orangutan are habitat loss which mainly
caused by illegal logging, land conversion to agriculture including palm plantations, mining and other
development activities including road development, encroachment, weak law enforcement, hunting and
lack of awareness.
The major objectives of the project :
To assess current situation of natural resource management and peoples dependency
(livelihoods) on the nearby forests, and laws governing them.
To build awareness on the importance of orangutan habitat in conservation of the species and
its potential use to the local ecological security and economy,
To document folk tales and traditional knowledge associated with orangutans and other
associated species
To integrate in conservation strategies, to improve the law enforcement capabilities of
departments through conservation education and involving local communities, and
To educate local school children about orangutan to raise awareness about conservation of the
species.
The LIF proposed approach issue of conservation through socioeconomic development of the region.
Through participatory process LIF proposed to assess the existing natural resource utilization and
management, including the threats to Orangutans and their habitat to formulate appropriate
development and conservation initiatives. The project implementation is based on participatory process
hence there will be better acceptability and involvement of all stakeholders including the communities
living around orangutan habitat. Village contact programs for assessing natural assessment will be
carried through PRA and RRAs in all the project villages. Appropriate communication strategies will be
developed based on the village contact programs, followed by village campaigns. Training need
assessment for law enforcement agencies will be carried out to organize training programs, for
improving law enforcement to protect habitat and forests. Important part of campaigns will be integrating
environmental education with the regular curriculum for the school children.
Overall cost of project will be USD 251,906 out of which funds required from Orangutan Conservation
Service Program (OCSP) USD 176,082 and LIF will contribute USD 75,824. The project will help to
save 3079 s km of prime forest which has 1295 S km of orangutan habitat and around 2000 orangutan
population.

Table of Content
1.

Introduction

2.

Map Of The Project Area

3.

5.

Threats To Orangutan Populations And Habitat


Important Recommendations For Mobilizing Peoples Support For Conservation
Of Orangutans By SOCAP
Approach (Philosophy)

6.

Project Description

7.

Project Implementation

8.

Tentative Activities

Expected Outcomes And Beneficiaries

4.

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7

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10. Budget
Leuser International Foundation Strengths In The Implementing The Proposed
11.
Project
12. Monitoring and Evaluation

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13. Sustainability

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Annex
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Applicant Capability and Past Performance (Financial)


Application Form
Project Activity Schedule and Timeline (Work Plan)
Budget
CV Form & Biographical Datasheet
List of Villages
Personnel Involved In The Implementation Of The Proposed Project

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1. INTRODUCTION
Being recognized as a distinct species, the Sumatran orangutan population has been declining continuously and
is now on the brink of extinction. IUCN categorized the Sumatran orangutan as critically Endangered, a higher
level of threat status than the Borneon orangutan. There are 13 identified orangutan population/habitat units in
Sumatra with only seven that are estimated to contain 250 or more individuals and only 3 containing over 500
individuals. Of these populations, six are believed to experience at least 10% annual habitat loss. According to
Sumatran Orangutan conservation action Plan 2005 Orangutan populations on Sumatra are projected to decline
even more dramatically within the next few years. The recent orangutan Population Habitat Viability analysis
(PHVA) predicted that unless continued habitat loss is stopped immediately, the Sumatran orangutan population
will decline by around 50% within a decade, by 97% in 50 years, and will eventually disappear shortly after.
Hence there is need for effective conservation strategies.
As a living creature that is very much dependent on tropical rainforests for its existence, the orangutan is
considered the best representative of the biodiversity because of its wide home range and habitat conditions.
Therefore, if conservation efforts are focused on the orangutan, the entire prime forest biodiversity in its home
range will also be protected. The Orangutan can, therefore, be considered an umbrella species in the
conservation of tropical rainforests. The orangutan also has an important role in maintaining the balance of the
ecosystem by dispersing the seeds of its food. The absence of the orangutan may therefore result in the
extinction of certain plants. The most important factor is the function of the forest as a life support system for
human beings and other forms of life.
The viability of the orangutan depends very much on its tropical rainforest habitat ranging from lowland forests,
swamps, mountains approximately 1,800 m asl. The highest density of the orangutan is found in lowland areas
approximately 200-400 m asl. In Kalimantan the orangutan population is found up to an altitude of 500-800 m
asl while in Sumatra the adult male can sometimes be found at an altitude of more than 1500 m asl. This altitude
range reflects the loss of habitat in lowland areas and the high rate of competition with human beings.
Most of the Sumatran orangutan populations are located outside nature reserve areas and nature conservation
areas. Areas that protect and manage their orangutan distribution wisely will benefit from the outcome in the
form of sustainable natural resources. Long term benefits include the protection of water sources, sources of
food, medicine, and income soil fertility, fresh air, education and research. Efforts include avoiding the
conversion of forests with high biodiversity including forests containing orangutan habitats. Set-aside lands,
critical lands, or secondary forests can be used for the development of plantations (for example, oil palm
plantations) and these will prove to be more beneficial to the local area. This can be put into practice by policy
makers (both legislative and executive) through spatial planning to achieve sustainable development.

Status of Orangutan in Sumatra:

2. MAP OF THE PROJECT AREA:

3. THREATS TO ORANGUTAN POPULATIONS AND HABITAT


Sumatra Orangutan Conservation Action Plan has identified the following threats endangering the habitats and
populations of Orangutan in Sumatra.
1. Habitat Loss : Is mainly because of Illegal logging, encroachment and land conversion to Agriculture
including oil palm plantations, mining and other development activities including road development.
Illegal extraction of timber is the continuing in the forest areas as well in the national park region. The
illegal logging causes soil erosion and landslides. It is causing unprecedented hardship to people living
with in the vicinity of the area. Orangutans are fast losing their pristine habitat. Trans-migrants from
Java who were displaced because of conflict in Aceh are settling down in the fertile low lands and plain
areas. Incidentally these are the only areas viable Orangutan populations are confined. The
encroachments, legal and illegal logging activities and roads are fragmenting the habitat. Large tracts
are being cleared for agriculture and oil palm plantations. Oil palm plantations are gradually replacing
the low land forests and primary forests. The oil palm plantations being monoculture offer little scope for
the animals to survive. The governments, considering that the plantations bring employment to local
communities and contribute to local economy, encourage the oil palm plantations. The reality is the oil
companies are not owned by the local communities and some owned by foreign companies. Some
times the labor is also not from the local area. The expansion of oil palm is creating social tension and
also threatening orangutan (Ref. to map : 3)
2. Encroachment: Trans-migrants who are displace because of conflict in Aceh are being settled in some
of the fertile low land forest areas. Large tracts are cleared for settlements. Encouraged by the new
clearances there is spurt in encroachment by the local residents.
3. Weak Law Enforcement : The illegal activities are unabated mainly because of weak law enforcement.
Dinas Kehutanan responsible for the land are poorly equipped with adequate powers and technically
qualified personnel to implement the forestry laws. The boundary demarcation between the forest and
non forest area is not very clear on records as well on ground. This lack of awareness about the legal
boundaries is prime reason for weak law enforcement.
4. Hunting : Hunting is low intensive, but is major threat. Hunting is mainly done for low domestic and high
international trade. The animals are mainly hunted to keep them as pets. The low intensive hunting is
threatening Orangutan population.
5. Lack of Awareness: In general there is lack of awareness about biodiversity conservation and natural
resource management and its relevance to local economy and livelihoods. There is clear information
available to local communities linking healthy population of orangutans with healthy habitat, forests and
ecological security for the locals.
Base on population habitat viability analysis (PHVA) it is estimated that "With current estimated rates and
timescale of habitat loss and the associated removal of orangutans, model results indicate that habitat loss and
other factors will cause Sumatran orangutan populations to decline about 18-25% in the next 10 years
(depending upon conditions) and about 50% over the next 50 years."
Leuser International Foundation is currently responsible for implementing Aceh Forest and Environmental
Programme ( AFEP), with objective to " protect critical environmental resource and services from the Leuser
Ecosystem. This project will also contribute toward mitigating negative impacts of reconstruction in the forests of
Aceh, the mainstreaming environmental concerns in to planning processes and building sustainable capacity and
institutions for forest protection. By helping to ensure that ecosystems services provided by the forest are
maintained, the project will support Aceh,s future social and economic development". Under this programme
monitoring of illegal activities in the Aceh part of the Leuser Ecosystem, rehabilitation of degraded areas, spatial
planning activities an awareness activities are carried out. The programme is confined to only Aceh province
area of Leuser Ecosystem. Leuser Ecosystem is spread in Sumatra Utara in not covered under the project.
Conservation is not bound by geopolitical boundaries. There is need for addressing the problems of conservation
in Sumatra Utara. The proposed project will complement the efforts of conservation in Aceh to secure a bright
future for Orangutans. Orangutan conservation Action Plan working group recognized that orangutan could
better saved through Socio-economic empowerment of the local communities, and involving all the stakeholders

through utilizing the traditional knowledge and popularizing the uniqueness of Orangutan population of Trumon
Singkil.
4. IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MOBILIZING PEOPLES SUPPORT FOR CONSERVATION OF
ORANGUTANS BY SOCAP

Implement social-community programs to empower the local economies and develop capacity and
productivity in communities adjacent to orangutan habitat.
Support and expand agro forestry programs
Utilize barren and unproductive land with multi-purpose tree species (including gaharu, kemenyan and
sutra), apiculture, and seed gardens (for seed transfer) in the Pakpak Bharat area, Dairi, Singkil and
Trumon.
Build capacity for business development for local stakeholders. Support traditional institutions
(Lembaga Adat) and integrate traditional knowledge and beliefs into orangutan conservation and
awareness campaigns.
Revive traditional wisdom and history, such as the fable Si Maung.
Set up information boards for orangutan conservation in and around habitat areas.
Incorporate local beliefs in orangutan habitat and its habitat conservation into awareness campaign
programs
Socialize orangutan conservation information through a national media campaign, using numerous
tactics including, for example an essay competition, drawing competition, nature tours, TV, radio and
newspaper public service announcements.

5. APPROACH (PHILOSOPHY)
Proposed approach is to assess the existing natural resource utilization and management, including the threats
to the habitat of Orangutan habitat and their populations to formulate appropriate development and conservation
initiatives. Assessment will done through participatory process hence there will be better acceptability and
involvement of all stakeholders. Efforts will be made to integrate conservation with development.
Based on the Orangutan conservation Action plan and LIFs information data base we propose the following
major objectives for the project :
1. To assess current situation of natural resource management and peoples dependency on the nearby
forests
2. To assess scope for community based conservation initiatives
3. Evaluate the existing local laws about sustainable development, livelihood issues and document
peoples aspirations for amendments.
4. Identify potential partners for social development and conservation
5. To build awareness on the importance of orangutan habitat in conservation of the species and its
potential use to the local ecological security and economy.
6. To document folk tales and traditional knowledge associated with Orangutans and other associated
species to integrate in conservation strategies.
7. To improve the law enforcement capabilities of departments through conservation education and
involving local communities.
8. To educate local school children about Orangutan to raise awareness about conservation of the
species.

6. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The project is proposed has four distinct components for implementation.
1. Village contact programme for stock taking: Through village contact programme we plan to cover all
the project villages to assess the current situation about the natural resource use, peoples dependency
on forests, development situation. Problems of deforestation threatening Orangutan habitat, opinion of
stakeholders, plausible solutions for the local problems.
2. Campaigns and training for community based conservation and development: Specific campaigns
will be developed based on the information gathered through intensive village contact programme. A
definitive communication strategy will be developed for conservation of Orangutans. The campaigns will
be aimed at specific task resulting in action. The expectations from the community can be specific at the
same time projected benefits from the Orangutan conservation programme will be based on realistic
assessment of the ground situation.
3. Community based protection, awareness and capacity building : for the law enforcement agencies:
parallel to village contact programmes, need assessment studies will be conducted for the law
enforcement agencies to assess the current potentialities of the personnel, problems of protection to
formulate appropriate training programmes for capacity building.
4.

Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum: Environmental education materials


developed exclusively about Leuser ecosystem will be integrated with regular curriculum.

7. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
Public participation is crucial for success of any project. Through public participation public can influence and
share responsibility over development initiatives including conservation, for the decisions are going to affect
resource use and economy. Hence emphasis is on understanding the local context and involvement of local
community in assessment of the natural resource use and formulates appropriate conservation and development
strategies. Through public participation we hope to provide
a) An opportunity to the local people to express their views and problems and aspirations
b) Obtain baseline data about socioeconomic data including the local problems
c) Peoples attitudes about environmental problems and plausible solutions interested individuals and
community organizations
d) Community involvement process will increase sense of ownership and improve chances of success of
future conservation campaigns
e) Stakeholders participation will ensure chances of success of sustainable development and
conservation projects
Communication strategy and campaigns will play a valuable role in informing and educating the community about
the initiative it will reinforce the existing positive attitude and change negative attitude and ultimately help the
conservation efforts.
Village contact programme: All the villages within 3 Km from the periphery of the boundary of the project
(Project list enclosed) will be surveyed. Participatory rural appraisal (PRA)/ Rapid rural assessment RRA)
techniques are known to be very versatile and cost effective in assessing the current situation of natural resource
management. (Annex 6)They are based on the participatory process hence the villagers will have sense of
ownership. PRA/RRA will be conducted to assess the natural resources use of the communities, socioeconomic
profile of the villagers, overall development problems, deforestation , transmigration resettlement man-animal
conflict encroachment etc will be documented. The assessment will also provide opportunity to understand the
key players in the village development, stakeholders, interested parties and interested person in future
programmes. The village contact programme will help us in forging an alliance with village community.
PRA/RRA exercise in each village will be carried out in 3 days. Day one Teams establish community leaders

and appraise them about the PRA/RRA exercise. Exhibit educational material. Try and contact all the individual
households to invite them to participate in the exercise. Preferably public announcement systems will also be
used to make it public and open programme. Day 2 team will facilitate PRA/RRA exercise and help villagers
compile the information. Day 3. Discussions with villagers about the resource use and compile aspirations of
communities. Identify key players and active workers who can be associated with the conservation initiatives.
These active workers can be potential informants about various illegal activities in the region Communication.
Community based conservation and development campaigns: Kecamatan and Kabupaten and project level
workshops will be organized to develop appropriate communication strategy for promoting community based
conservation and development In the region. Special integrative workshops will organized to help the department
to develop strategy to involve community in law enforcement. A good communication strategy and its effective
transmission to all participating partners is paramount in success of the project and achieving the desired results.
Local civil society organizations, government officials, political leaders, academicians and community leaders will
be involved in developing the communication strategy and campaigns. The workshops will also analyze
opportunities strengths weaknesses and threats in the campaigns, identify potential problems and solutions.
Under the project we intend to establish village information centres which will disseminate information about
various development programmes including orangutan conservation.
Capacity building : Dinas Kehutanan and BKSDA is officially responsible for management of these forests and
project areas. The areas are large the staff required for management are inadequate. The available staff are not
well trained in all aspects of protection and conservation, community mobilization for protection as a result the
areas are beset with all major problems. For the law enforcement agencies need assessment surveys will be
conducted to assess the current level of protection and skills required to be imparted. Capacity building trainings
will be organized various aspects of conservation, protection, law enforcement, and people's participation in
controlling illegal activities.
Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum : LIF has developed simple and user friendly
books about Leuser Ecosystem. Aceh province has designated these books as supplementary readers for the
main science books for the school children. These supplementary books are provided free of cost to the schools.
Training is imparted to school teachers to integrate regular curriculum with supplementary books. Each school is
encouraged to establish ecoclubs to promote environmental education.
8. TENTATIVE ACTIVITIES
1. Village contact programme:
Target Group : Local villagers, Political leaders, all stakeholders.
Posters will be produced depicting the habitat, threats associated with the habitat and it
consequences.
Regular media release to reach to wider community.
Monthly Radio talks popularizing the importance natural resource management
Exhibitions at village and kecamatan level using mobile unit.
Posters of Biodiversity value of local forests
Ecology of Orangutan
Sustainable development
Illegal logging and its ecological consequences
Role of biodiversity in local economy
Screening of Videos
Organize nature walks to identify potential candidates for future campaigns
Local competitions about documenting the local biodiversity, environmental problems
2. Community based conservation and development campaigns:
Target Group : CSO, Government officials, Politicians, academicians , law enforcement agencies.
Seminar with Local civil societies
Seminar with local political and religious institutions

Workshops to develop conservation strategy


Workshops for the print media and journalist
To document folk tales and traditional knowledge associated with Orangutans and other
Associated species to use it for conservation efforts.
Essay competitions
Kabupatan level workshops to document the local folk tales
Collection of local print material and traditional sources for documentation.
Workshops for the elders
Workshops for women and men to document oral literature.

3. Community based protection, awareness and capacity building for conservation agencies:
Target group : Dinas kehutan, BKSDA staff, community leaders, NGO,s. Police and Military.
Need assessment survey
Workshop for development of curriculum for training and capacity building
Posture, information booklets and regular news letters
Training programme.
4. Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum
Target Group: School children in the project area, Teachers and education department.
To educate local school children about Orangutan to raise awareness about conservation of the
species.
Organize training for the teachers about the importance of orangutans.
Organize educational trips for the teachers to raise the awareness levels.
Screening of Videos for the benefit of children.
Visit schools in Sikundur to raise the awareness orangutan
Eco Club for the schools
Produce comic on orangutan story for the children
Printing Leuser TextBook
Tentative Plan of Activities
Once the project is approved LIF propose to start the project with the following activities :
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)

Select community mobilisers through open selection process.


Train the community teams in PRA and RRA exercises
Select Key personnel for need assessment survey for the department staff
Develop training material for capacity building for the staff in conservation and law enforcement and
community mobilization
Village contact programmes in all the project areas
Integrative workshop at kecamatan and kabupatens
Trainings for the department personnel
Integration workshops for the community leaders and officials for community based conservation
and protection activities
Project level workshop to develop communication and campaign strategy
Implementation of campaigns in all the project villages.
Evaluation.

9. EXPECTED OUTCOMES AND BENEFICIARIES


The project will benefit not only the orangutan and other wildlife of the Sekundur and Aceh forests, but also the
neighboring communities through the conservation of the orangutan habitat. The primary benefit from this work
will be improved protection of wild orangutan in southern part of the Leuser Ecosystem, as well as the protection
of the numerous other species that live in this forest, Outreach and awareness documents will be distributed well
to the communities. The media could provide up-to-date information in their articles and reports which will have a
wide circulation.

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Successful completion of project is expected to yield


1. Realistic situation of natural resource utilization and management at local level
2. Local laws governing sustainable development and local aspirations
3. Threats to local environment and potential solutions
4. New partners for sustainable development
5. Need for institutional development and capacity building for participatory Natural resource management
6. Increased participation of community in forest protection and orangutan conservation
10. BUDGET

NO.

COMPONENT ACTIVITY

1
2
3
4

Village contact programme


Community based conservation and development campaigns
Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum
Community based protection, awareness and capacity building
for conservation agencies
Operational and Maintenance
Equipment
Labor
TOTAL

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6
7

OCSP

LIF

164,700,000
223,750,000
155,500,000
266,300,000
220,500,000
59,600,000
512,000,000
1,602,350,000
(USD 176,082)

96,000,000
322,000,000
272,000,000
690,000,000
(USD 75,824)

Budget details is attached


11. LEUSER INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION STRENGTHS IN THE IMPLEMENTING THE PROPOSED
PROJECT
The LIF is also the recipient of a special mandate (by Presidential Decree) to implement the management of the
conservation of the Leuser Ecosystem. This was the first of its kind for Indonesia and now several similar
initiatives to give the non-government sector a more meaningful role in conservation are being developed.
Among the major conservation victories (and Indonesian procedures) achieved by the LIF are the closure of
several road projects that would have destroyed the Leuser Ecosystem, the cancellation of six logging
concessions and three inappropriately sited plantations, the termination of several swamp drainage schemes,
and the saving of almost half a million ha of forest that would otherwise have been clear felled and converted to
agriculture.
LIF has field community monitoring teams and mobile patrolling units working in the area for monitoring the
illegal activities in the field. The results are compiled periodically and shared with appropriate law enforcement
agencies. LIF is also trying to promote environmental education on a limited scale through Anak Anak Leuser
Comic books and "Leuser Buku Ajar". Workshops for teachers have also been done in some areas to make sure
the teachers understand the textbooks and use the books to supplement the environmental education in their
schools. There are requests to form Eco Clubs in schools to share environmental knowledge, experience and
ideas among the members. A Leuser Video Award competition was held once in Jakarta and received a lot of
creative ideas and illustration from the public especially teenagers on the environment in the form of short video
recordings to send the message to the audience. Three Leuser articles were released in Garuda Flight
Magazine for three months.

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12. MONITORING AND EVALUATION


Project Monitoring and evaluation will be carried out quarterly by monitoring the schools, which use the Leuser
textbooks. There will be discussions with the teachers about the progress and the constraints. The distribution of
the comic books to children will be monitored through the receipt for each book distributed.

13. SUSTAINABILITY
Environmental conservation activites proposed under project will help in developing the information centre. Local
corporate sector will be involved in continuing efforts. There are plans to develop ecotourism sites to improve the
economy of local communities. Part of the revenue will be ploughed back in to the conservation efforts. Mobile
exhibition unit will be maintained by LIF.

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ANNEX 1
Applicant Capability and Past Performance
1. Organizational capability and resources
Annual income over the past three years , mentioning the names of your main financial contributors (where applicable)
YEAR
2005
2006-2007
2006-2007
a)

TOTAL ANNUAL INCOME (in USD)


70,000
2,000,000
738,000,000 (IDR)

MAIN FINANCIAL CONTIBUTORS


EXXONMOBIL
AFEP
CIDA

Please describe the various resources at the disposal of your organization such as: equipment, offices etc.

2. Past Performance
Please describe no more than three major projects in which your organization was involved over the past three years, using the
table bellow.
1. ExxonMobil
a) Project title
b) Duration (months)
c) Year
d) Location
e) Role of your organization (leader, partner)
f) Project objectives

Cooperation to develop Leuser education and Environmental Program


12 Month
2005
Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam and North Sumatra
Partner
1.
2.
3.

Conducted Leuser Video Award Competition


Article at Garuda In-flight Magazine
Produced Comic Anak-Anak Leuser

1.
g) Project Results

h) Total budget (USD)


i) Funding sources and types of funding
grants, contract, or other)
Please include contact information for
funding sources.
2. Multi Donor Trust Fund
a) Project title
b) Duration (months)
c) Year
d) Location
e) Role of your organization (leader, partner)
f) Project objectives

g) Project Results

Three Leuser articles were released in Garuda Flight Magazine for three
months
2. 3 Workshops has done to implement the Leuser Video Award to the
community
3. A Leuser Video Award competition was held once in Jakarta and received
a lot of creative ideas and illustration from the public especially teenagers
on the environment in the form of short video recordings to send the
message to the audience.
4. Three editions Comics Anak-Anak Leuser has been produced and
distributed to the children in surrounding Leuser Ecosystem
$ 70,000
ExxonMobil
MoU dated August 2004
Wisma GKBI, 27-30 Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman No.28
Jakarta 10210
Ph. 021-57986299
Aceh Forest Environment Project.
2 Years
2006 - 2007
Aceh Province
Leader
1. Establish and strengthen forest monitoring capability through RADAR and
community monitoring teams.
2. Increase cooperation and build capacity among forest protection agencies
3. Facilitate participatory process and build constituency for protected area
identification definition and planning
4. Develop support and promote environmental awareness programmes
activities and initiatives
5. Support community based forest and ecosystem rehabilitation.
1. 120 community monitoring candidates trained for ground monitoring
of illegal activities in the Aceh forests. Information compiled
disseminated to law enforcement agencies
2. RADAR monitoring systems are being finalized with Starvision
Netherlands and Micro light airplanes for aerial photography procured
3. Training need assessment for forestry and wildlife personnel

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complete. Trainings are in progress.


Rehabilitation on 250 ha of degraded lands completed and 1500 ha
are targeted for year 2007 and 1800 for 2008
5. 200 School teachers trained in integrating environmental books on
Leuser with regular school curriculum.
6. 5 Eco clubs established with 1600 children as members and 500
eco clubs are in different stages of formation
$ 2,000,000.Grand Funding from MDTF
TF Grant No.56197
4.

h) Total budget (USD)


i) Funding sources and types of funding
grants, contract, or other)
Please include contact information for
funding sources.

3. CIDA
a) Project title
b) Duration (months)
c) Year
d) location
e) Role of your organization (leader, partner)
f) Project objectives

g) Project Results

h) Total budget (USD)


i) Funding sources and types of funding
grants, contract, or other)
Please include contact information for
funding sources.

Jakarta Stock Exchange Building, Tower 2


Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav.52-53
Jakarta 12190
Ph: 021-52993000

Training for Conservations Officers in Aceh


6 month (17 Nov 2006 31 May 2007)
2006-2007
Entire LE
Implementing Agency
1. Improve local capacity for sustainable management and protection of the
Leuser Ecosystem.
2. To select and train 30 talented youths from the local area in navigation and
monitoring techniques for Community Monitoring Teams
3. To train and recruit 10 of them to take up the responsibility of protecting the
Leuser Ecosystem.
4. Develop a local need based training in Conservation
5. Expand the training facilities
1. 29 people trained in navigation and monitoring
2. 12 people selected to participate in further training to become
Conservation Officers in LIF
3. Local need based training program for Conservation Officers developed
4. Training facility repaired and expanded.
$ 82,000,Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Grant
Project Nr: A- 032685
Address:
CIDA
World Trade Center, 6th fl
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 29-31
Jakarta 12920
Tel: (62-21) 2550-7800
Fax: (62-21) 2550-7813

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ANNEX 2

Application Form
I.

APPLICATION FORM

THE APPLICANT

1.

Name of applicant
Erwin Abubakar
(please include also acronyms, if any)

2.

Address of applicant
Jl. Bioteknologi No.2, Komplek USU, Medan, North Sumatra
(please include official address as well as postal address)
Official Address

Leuser International Foundation

Postal Address

Jl. Bioteknologi No.2 Komplek USU, Medan 20154, North Sumatra

3.

Vat Registration Number


(if applicable)

4.

Telephone

061-8216800

5.

Fax

061-8216808

6.

Email

e.abubakar@mdn.centrin.net.id

7.

Website

www.leuserfoundation.org

8.

Contact Person

G.V. Reddy

II. PROJECT INFORMATION


1.

Title of proposed project

Campaigns and Media Outreach to Support conservation of


Orangutan and Their Habitat in Sikundur , Langkat and Mamas
Bengkung, Dairi area North Sumatra

2.

Location and duration

Sikundur, Langkat and, Mamas Bengkung, Dairi 16 months

Location: [city / commune],[county]


Duration: 16 months, from December 2007 to March 2007
3.

Summary budget
Total Budget
Ammount requested
Applicant contribution
Exchange rate used

4.

IDR
1,602,350,000.690,000,000.1 USD = 9,100

(100 %)
69.9%
30.1%
13 November 2007

OPTIONAL : Pertner involved in the project Use if appropriate


(please list all partner organizations involved in the project; insert many lines as necessary)

NAME OF PARTNER

ROLE IN THE PROJECT

CONTACT DATA
Official address:
Phone and Fax:
E-mail:
Contact Person:
Official address:
Phone and Fax:
E-mail:

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Contact Person:
III. STATEMENT OF LIBRARY
I, the undersigned, being the person responsible in the applicant organization for this project, certify that the information
given in this application is true and accurate
Name and surname:

ERWIN ABUBAKAR

Position:

PROJECT LEADER

Signature & stamp:

Date & Place:

MEDAN, 14 NOVEMBER 2007

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ANNEX 3
Project activity schedule and timeline (work plan)
MONTH
ACTIVITY
1. Village contact programme for stock taking
1.1 Recruitmen Mobilisation team leader (8 person)
1.2 Training in PRA
1.3 Village PRA/RRA exercise (three days in each kecamatan)
1.4 Exhibition educational material
2. Campaign and training for community based conservation and development
2.1. Workshops to develop conservation strategy
2.2. Kabupaten level workshop to document the local folk tales
2.3. Build information center of conservation and ourangutan in sikundur and Taah Pinem
2.4. Conservation Campaign
3. Community based protection, awareness and capacity building
3.1 Survey to asses the current level of protection and skills required to be impacted
3.2 Dinas Kehutanan and BKSDA Training on protection and conservation
3.3 Mobilising Communities for Protection
4. Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum
4.1 Organise training fot the teachers about the importance of orangutan/Buku Ajar
4.2. Visit schools to raise the awarness of orangutan
4.3. Eco Club for the schools and workshop
4.4. Produce comic on orangutan story

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

ANNEX 4
2007 Annual Budget by Source of Financing
FM CC
Grand Total
Component 1
Conservation village developed of LE completed
Sub Component 1.1 Village contact programme for stock taking
1.1.1 Team survey (8 teams, 2 member in each team)
1.1.1.1 Transportation
1.1.1.2 Per diem
1.1.1.3 Socialisation
Insentive for Mobilisaation team

89
64
8
80

100,000
300,000
10,000,000
150,000

3
72
3
100

5,000,000
300,000
1,000,000
50,000

89
40
125
2
100
6

100,000
300,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
500,000

223,750,000
37,150,000
8,900,000
12,000,000
6,250,000
2,000,000
5,000,000
3,000,000

24,588
4,082
978
1,319
687
220
549
330

2
100
89
40
125

1,000,000
30,000
50,000
300,000
50,000

27,700,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,450,000
12,000,000
6,250,000

3,044
220
330
489
1,319
687

1.2.3 Build information center of conservation and ourangutan in sikundur and Mamas Bengkung
Information post
unit/m
32
1,000,000
Promotion and extension materials
pkg
2
25,000,000
volunteer fee
m/month
32
500,000

98,000,000
32,000,000
50,000,000
16,000,000

10,769
3,516
5,495
1,758

1.2.4 Campaign based on the information gathered throuh intensive village contact programme
Ground transportation
89
100,000
Perdiem
90
300,000
Comsumables
1
5,000,000
Awareness material
100
50,000
Posters, brochure, sticker
3
5,000,000

60,900,000
8,900,000
27,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
15,000,000

6,692
978
2,967
549
549
1,648

421,800,000
155,500,000
15,500,000
1,500,000
9,000,000

46,352
17,088
1,703
165
989

pkg
pkg

1.2. Campaign and training for community based conservation and development
1.2.1 Workshops to develop conservation strategy
Ground transport for participants
trip
Perdiem
m/day
Meals
pkg
Room Rent
pkg
Awareness material
pkg
Speaker fee
1.2.2 Kabupaten level workshop to document the local folk tales
room rental
Awareness material
ground transport for participant
Per diem
Meals

No

Component 2. Education, Awareness and Capacity Building


2.1. Community based protection, awareness and capacity building
2.1.1
Survey to asses the current level of protection and skills required to be impacted
Ground transportation
1
Per diem
30

Price

9,100
OCSP ($)
176,082
42,687
18,099
13,198
978
2,110
8,791
1,319
4,901
1,648
2,374
330
549

OCSP (Rp)
1,602,350,000
388,450,000
164,700,000
120,100,000
8,900,000
19,200,000
80,000,000
12,000,000
44,600,000
15,000,000
21,600,000
3,000,000
5,000,000

1.1.2 Exhibition educational material


Posters, brochure, leaflet, sticker
Per diem
Room Rental
Awareness Material

Unit

1,500,000
300,000

LIF ($)
75,824

9100
LIF (Rp)
690,000,000

Consumables
2.1.2

Dinas Kehutanan and BKSDA Training on protection and conservation


Accomodation
Grounda Travel
Room Rental
Meals
Awareness Materials
Posters, brochures, stickers
Per diem (5 persons 4 days, 2 locaations)
Honor for the participants
Facilitators fee
Consultancy Contract Service
Consumables

2.2. Integrating Environmental education with school curriculum


2.2.1 Organise training fot the teachers about the importance of orangutan
Ground transport
perdiem
m/day
room rental
pkg
Awareness material
pkg
Meals
pkg
2.2.2 Visit schools to raise the awarness of orangutan
Posters, brochure, sticker
perdiem
awareness material
2.2.3 Eco Club for the schools and workshop
Posters, brochure, sticker
room rental
meals
Awareness material
ground travel for participants
perdiem
support eco club activity in schools
2.2.4 Produce comic on orangutan story
illustration and story
printing
Componen 3. Staff remunerated and essential operational support services maintained
3.1. Operational and Maintenance
3.1.1
Operational
Office stationary
Vehicle hire (4x4 wide) 1 unit
Fuel
motorbikes hire 8 unit
Telecommunication & electricity
3.1.2. Maintenance
Vehicle maintenance
Office maintenance

m/day
pkg

pkg

pkg
sets

5,000,000

5,000,000

549

25
50
6
150
60
3
120
50
6
2
1

750,000
200,000
1,000,000
75,000
50,000
5,000,000
300,000
300,000
1,000,000
7,000,000
5,000,000

140,000,000
18,750,000
10,000,000
6,000,000
11,250,000
3,000,000
15,000,000
36,000,000
15,000,000
6,000,000
14,000,000
5,000,000

15,385
2,060
1,099
659
1,236
330
1,648
3,956
1,648
659
1,538
549

89
36
3
100
100

100,000
300,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000

266,300,000
32,700,000
8,900,000
10,800,000
3,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000

29,264
3,593
978
1,187
330
549
549

3
36
100

5,000,000
300,000
50,000

30,800,000
15,000,000
10,800,000
5,000,000

3,385
1,648
1,187
549

3
2
100
100
100
36
100

5,000,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
1,000,000

147,800,000
15,000,000
2,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
10,000,000
10,800,000
100,000,000

16,242
1,648
220
549
549
1,099
1,187
10,989

1
5000

35,000,000
4,000

55,000,000
35,000,000
20,000,000

6,044
3,846
2,198

792,100,000
220,500,000
140,500,000
16,000,000
54,000,000
22,500,000
48,000,000
80,000,000
48,000,000
32,000,000

87,044
24,231
15,440
1,758
5,934
2,473
5,275
8,791
5,275
3,516

mnths
mnths
mnths
mnths
mnths

16
9
9
12
16

1,000,000
6,000,000
2,500,000
4,000,000
2,000,000

mnths
mnths

16
16

3,000,000
2,000,000

75,824
10,549
5,275
1,758
3,516
5,275
5,275

690,000,000
96,000,000
48,000,000
16,000,000

32,000,000
48,000,000
48,000,000

3.2. Equipments
Digital cameras rental
In focus rental
Computer rental
Handycame rental
Scanner rental
Laptop rental
Printer rental
Office furniture and equipment
Office rent and utilities
Desktop computer for Accouting
Desktop computer for GIS
GIS work station
GIS Sofware
plotter
Satelit imagery
Foto copy mechine
3.3 Labor and staff
Project Leader
Communication & Outreach Coordinator
Education and Campaign Specialist
Education and Campaign Assistant
Finance and Administration Staff
Journalist Staff
Graphic Designer
Community Mobilisation Team Leader (New:8 person)
Insurance (8 person)

unit
unit
unit
unit
unit
unit
unit
unit
mnths
unit
unit
unit
pkg
unit
pkg
unit

m/month
m/month
m/month
m/month
m/month
m/month
m/month

16
14
16
16
16
16
16
1
16
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

16
16
16
16
16
16
16
128
128

400,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
350,000
250,000
550,000
300,000
20,000,000
2,000,000
10,000,000
10,000,000
25,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000
100,000,000
25,000,000

4,500,000
4,000,000
3,500,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
2,000,000
250,000

59,600,000
6,400,000
14,000,000
16,000,000
5,600,000
4,000,000
8,800,000
4,800,000
-

512,000,000
72,000,000
64,000,000
56,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
256,000,000

6,549
703
1,538
1,758
615
440
967
527
-

35,385
-

322,000,000

2,198
3,516
1,099
1,099
2,747
5,495
5,495
10,989
2,747

20,000,000
32,000,000
10,000,000
10,000,000
25,000,000
50,000,000
50,000,000
100,000,000
25,000,000

56,264
7,912
7,033
6,154
1,758
1,758
1,758
1,758
28,132
-

29,890
9,670
6,154
3,516
1,758
1,758
1,758
1,758
3,516

272,000,000
88,000,000
56,000,000
32,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
16,000,000
32,000,000

ANNEX 5
CV Form and Biographical datasheet

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Project Leader

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Erwin Abubakar

Citizenship

Indonesian

Education:
Name and Location of institution

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:

Ohio University, Athens, Ohio


Accountant
from University of North Sumatera,
Medan, Indonesia

Master of Business Administration in General Business


Bachelors degree in Accounting

Language proficiency indicate proficiency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Indonesia

English

Dutch

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


1. Member of the Indonesian Accounting Association, North Sumatera
2. Member of the Indonesian Accounting Association Public Accountant Compartment, Jakarta
3. Member of the Indonesian Economist Association, Medan
Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.): MsWord and MsExcel, Power Point
Employment history
1975 1978

: Assistant at a Business Administration office Anwar Abubakar helps small businesses in


preparing their bookkeeping and annual financial statements. The bureau has supported the
preparation of financial statements of two small rubber plantations, one medium restaurant,
one small land transport, one small bank, one foundry, and a couple of trading companies.

1980

: Lecturer in Accounting at the Faculty of Economics University of North Sumatera. Teaching


subjects in the last two semesters of 2005/2006 is in Accounting Information System, and
Auditing Information Systems.

1981 1982

: Audit Staff at Darmawan & Co, a public accounting firm affiliated to Touch Ross. This firm
was one of the biggest audit firm in Medan and Indonesia. The firm has audited a lot of big
companies in Indonesia and has about 100 auditors working in the company.

1984

: Practice in the Accounting Profession (KAP Erwin Abubakar up to 2004 and starting
beginning 2005 KAP Erwin, Zikri & Togar . Supervise audits especially in General audits for
various companies in various industries:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Palm Oil and Rubber Plantations


Palm Oil Refineries (Coking Oil, Margarine, soap, etc)
Textile (spinning)
Furniture factory
Non Government Organizations supported by foreign donors: EED, BFW, various Caritas
organizations, Samaritan Purse, and GTZ from Germany
Trading companies (Consumer 4s, Natural resources, etc)
Hospital
Fishery
Industrial estate and real estates
Cooperatives
Construction contractors
Credit community banks

1986 1987

Financial Consultant for the Development of Small and Medium Industries in Indonesia
(Proyek PPUK Bank Indonesia). The task of the consultant was to prepare credit scheme
opportunities for small and medium businesses in the regional areas in Indonesia. The
project was funded by the Indonesian Central Bank, World Bank and GTZ for the technical
assistance.

1991 1995

Non Technical Consultant for The Development of Small and Medium Metal Industries in
North Sumatera project. The task of the Consultant was to advice and train the
management of those small and medium companies in book keeping especially cost
accounting, financial management, and budgeting. The project was funded by the German
government through GTZ.

1996 2004

Administration and Financial Coordinator for Leuser Management Unit which was funded by
the European Community and the Indonesian Government. The budget of the project was 50
million Euros for nine years to develop the Leuser Eco System. The project has spent 37
million Euros. The financial statements of the project were audited on a quarterly base by
Ernst and Young, Indonesia.

2005 - 2010
2007 - 2010

: Treasure of the Yayasan Rumah Sakit Islam Malahayati, Medan


: Director Support for Yayasan Leuser International who is now running two environment
projects in province Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam: AFEP (Aceh Environmental Forest
Project) and the Water Shed project In Central Aceh. The donor for AFEP is Multi Donor
Fund, and the Donor for the water shed project is New Zealand Aid.

Other relevant information: (e.g. publications, seminars/courses etc.):


2003

: Short term training (three months) in Information Systems at the College


Business Administration in Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

2001

: Short term training in Budgeting and Financing Public Sectors (five


Weeks) in Harvard University

1991

: Short term training (three months) in Auditing at Ohio State University,


In Columbus, Ohio.

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Communication & Outreach Coordinator

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Goddilla V. Reddy

Citizenship:

India

Education:
Name and Location of institution
Manipal University, Karnataka
India.
1989 Wildlife Institute of India,
Dehra Dun
1987
Indhira Gandhi National
Forest Academy , Dehra Dun,
1982 Sri Venkateswara University
College,
Sri
Venkateswara
university. Andhra Pradesh, Indi
1980
Government College,
Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh , India

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:


Pursuing Ph. D programme.
Post graduate Diploma in wildlife Management
Professional Forestry training course ( Recognised as post
graduate degree )
Master Of Science in Botany, with Specialization in Plant
Physiology.
Bachelors degree, major subjects Botany,Zoology and Chemistry.

Language proficiency indicate propiciency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language
Reading
Speaking
Telugu
5
5
Hindi
5
5
English
5
5
Kannada ( Indian)
4
4
Bahasa Indonesia
3
3

Writing
5
4
5
3
3

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Professional Affiliations:
Life Member Bombay Natural History Society, India
Life Member Indian Institute of Public Administration, India
Member, IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group. Switzerland.
Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.):
Employment history:
1. Project Director District Rural Development Agency, Alwar. 9 Government of Rajasthan India)
Implemented various rural development programs. Lively hood program to improving the socioeconomic conditions of the villagers living below the poverty line. Infrastructure program to provide
adequate facilities like rural roads, drinking water supply, school buildings, community halls etc
2. Divisional Forest officer, Banswara. ( August 1989 to December 1991 and June 1994 to May 1997).
Name of employee Government of Rajasthan, India. In-charge of the forest areas with in the district of
Banswara, Rajasthan India. Responsible for the protection of natural forests, which included protection
from anthropogenic pressures using forest protection staff. Consolidation of land records for
implementing the land related laws and further from encroachments and large scale conversions.
Implemented large scale land rehabilitation and reforestation works on government owned forest lands
and community owned lands. It was for the first time in the state of Rajasthan we have initiated the
people participated forestations programs. Peoples nurseries were established throughout the

district to raising 4 seedling to distribute it to people for planting in the degraded areas. Developed,
district arboratum and interpretation centre to communicate the message of conservation to the
common man. Documented the wetlands of the district and assessed the avifauna of the district. Incharge academic group and training for district literacy campaigns.
3. As Deputy Conservator of Forests and Deputy Field Director and as Conservator of Forests &
Field Director, Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve during May 1997 to July 2003, Name of Employee :
Government of Rajasthan, India. specific accomplishments as follows:
a. Reduced the menace of illegal grazing in the core area of the park through strategic
planning and protection measures. Mobilized staff and led the staff through example in
reducing the illegal grazing. Carried out the campaign successfully for 6 years in spite of life
threats. Reduction of this threat has greatly improved the availability of forage to wild
herbivores and in turn productivity of the habitat. Our successful efforts were used to
institutionalize a system to combat grazing.
b. Improvised the protection system for wildlife and forests of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve
through regular anti-poaching camps and strengthening the existing system. Successful
prosecutions resulted in the convictions in turn; the numbers of poaching incidences were
reduced drastically. The fines collected also increased more than 6.5 times. It went up to
2.75 Lakhs from meager 0.40 Lakhs in 1996-97. The increasing trend in the population of the
tiger and other prey species during the period was an indicator to the success.
c.

Successfully stopped all types of mining including the mining. Cases were contested in the
Honorable Supreme Court, to get the mining stopped Tiger Reserve. These mining areas are
vital corridors connecting the National Park area and Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary area.

d. Institutionalized the Tourism management in the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve through


careful analysis of the existing system feedbacks and identifying the gaps. These efforts made
the tourism, to the park,the major economic activity contributing to the local economy.
e. Formulated syllabus and imparted training to the Nature Guides.
f.

Developed system for monitoring wildlife using the nature guides. The system of visitor
management and code of conduct for the visitors was formalized.

g. Accompanied the then USA President Mr. Bill Clinton during his visit to Ranthambhore
National Park. The trip was a great success as President US Bill Clinton, could see four tigers
and subsequently he quoted about his trip to the park for promoting conservation.
h. As Deputy Field Director implemented the World Bank Sponsored India Eco-development
project. Constituted village Eco Development Committees in 31 villages and implemented
Village eco-development works. Habitat improvement works were carried out in the forest
area. This resulted in improved park- people relations, reduction in the fuel wood collection
and improved awareness amongst the villagers about the park.
i.

Because of my efforts in improving the protection and reducing the disturbance levels in the
park, there was remarkable improvement in the population of Tigers. The survival rate of
the cubs during the period was more than 90%.

j.

Mobilized financial and resource support from Private Individuals and Non-governmental
organizations for the park which include One canter, one gypsy, cameras 6, insurance
coverage for the staff continuously for six years, US $ 40,000 from Howard Buffet Foundation
for improvising of wireless systems, US $ 200,000 for rehabilitation of Padara Village from
Nando Paretti Foundation and Rs. 9.00 Lakhs from Maharani Gayatri Devi for village ecodevelopment.

k.

Through consultative process developed rehabilitation Policy which the Government of


Rajasthan has approved. Developed the rehabilitation project for the Village Padara, for the
implementation of which the Government of India has sanctioned Rs. 147 Lakhs.

l.

Facilitated research works in the field. WII and CWS carried out the research works.

m. During 2002-2003 working as Conservator of Forests and Field Director Finalized the long
pending working plan for the protection , development and sustenance of the Tiger
Reserve for the period 2003-2012.
n. Implemented the World Bank funded India Ecodevelopment project 1997-2002 in the
Ranthambhore Tiger reserve. It was a five year project aimed at reducing the negative
impacts of people on the parks and vice versa. The important feature of the program was
involving local communities in implementing the project.
Other relevant information: (e.g. publications, seminars/courses etc.):
Meetings (International)
1998, Geneva, Switzerland. Attended WTO sponsored training on Internal negotiations
on environment.
2003, Dhaka , Bangladesh ,Participated in IUCN preparatory meeting for the
World Parks Congress.
2003 Durban, South Africa, Participated in IUCN, world Parks, Congress.
Other Professional Accomplishments
Conducted several field-training programs for Nature Guides on Eco-Tourism,
Conducted Training Programmes for the Adult Literacy Programmes,
Worked as Co-ordinator for writing the Books for the Total Literacy Campaigns in the Districts of Banswara and
Alwar. In all developmed 8 Books for the campaigns.
Imparted Training to the Senior administrators on Literacy Campaigns.
Participated in the national level Seminar on Eco-Development organised by Wildlife of Institute of India in 2000.
Conducted Padayatras ( Public Rallies On foot ) for generating public awareness about the environment and
Wildlife.
Organised Intensive Wildlife Week Celebrations for popularizing wildlife.
Conducted series of village contact programmes and constituted Eco-development programmes.
Developed Policy material for the rehabilitation of villagers from with in the protected areas to the out side.
Finalised and completed the Management Plans for the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve.
My achievements were covered by local, national and international print and visual media. Some of the
media, including BBC.
The achievements recognized through awards.
1. Merit Award: State Government of Rajasthan has awarded Commendation Certificate in the year 1997
2. Wild life Protection: Society Award, 1997.
3. Animal Welfare Society and Animal Husbandry Department Certificate year 1997.
4. Cat group: Appreciation letter for courageous work done, in the field of controlling illegal grazing.
5. ABN-AMRO Sanctuary Award 2000:The award was presented for the courageous a meritorious work done
in reviving Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve.
6. WWF- PATA Award 2001: For his individual contribution to the revival of the
7. Carl Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award 2001.

Park.

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project:

Education and Campaign Specialist

Name (First, Middle, Last):

Cut Dian Trisiniasih

Citizenship:

Indonesian

Education:
Name and Location of institution

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:

Harapan University, Medan

English

Language proficiency indicate proficiency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Indonesia

English

Aceh

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.): MsWord and MsExcel, Power Point
Employment history
Position Title
Convention Sales
Manager
A&F Personal
Assistant
Executive
Secretary
Operational
Support Officer
Liaison Officer

Education &
Awareness
Officer

Employers name and


address
TIARA Hotel &
Convention Center,
Medan
Leuser Management
Unit, Medan
Leuser Management
Unit, Medan
Leuser International
Foundation
Leuser International
Foundation

Leuser International
Foundation

Dates of employment
May 1996

Dec. 1997

Jan. 1998

Febr. 1999

March 1999

Febr. 2004

March 2004

Febr. 2006

March 2006

Febr. 2007

March 2007

present

Short Description of
tasks performed
Manage the events for
the convention
In charge for Personnel
and Procurement
Secretariat duties
Control and Maintained
the day to day activities
Liaison among the
internal and external
parties to assist the
Project Leader
Responsible to create,
control and maintain
the education and
awareness program for
AFEP

Other relevant information: (e.g. publications, seminars/courses etc.):


Customer Loyalty in Business (IBMI-PRESTON University USA)
Profession Advanced Education (Indonesian Accountant Association)
Opportunity & Prospect as Conservation Support & Prosperity Society Raise (Kanwil Parsenibud D.I.
Aceh)
Courses:

Business Management, LPPM Jakarta (Nov. 1999)


Basic Accounting, LPPM Jakarta (June 2000)

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Graphic Designer

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Meyrisinta Sylvia Ridwan

Citizenship:

Indonesian

Education:
Name and Location of institution
2001 Digital Studio Workshop, Jakarta
2001 Digital Studio Workshop, Jakarta
2000 University of North Sumatra

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:


Web Design.
Computer Basic Findamental
Bachelors degree, major subjects Architecture.

Language proficiency indicate propiciency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 2 (native):


Language
Reading
Speaking
5
5
Bahasa Indonesia
4

English

Writing
5
4

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Professional Affiliations:
Ikatan Arsitek, Medan
Pro Fauna, Medan
Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.):
Employment history:
1. As Graphic Designer full time at PT. Vision Interprima Pictures at Promotion Departement, Jakarta
Pusat. (October,2001 August, 2002) PT. Vision Interprima Pictures is a distributor branded film
from a few studio such Walt Disney, Warner Bros, Buena Vista, BBC, Hallmark and Universal Studio.
As Graphic Designer at promotion Departement handle all promotion material such a brochure,
backdrop, banner, flying flagchain, pin, hanging banner, etc. Include as an even organizer in
launching product.
2. As Graphic Designer full time at PT. Subur Jamerisata Indah at Promotion Division, Jakarta Pusat (
August,2002 August, 2003) PT. Subur Jamerisata Indah is a travel bureau. As Indonesian Travel
agency, PT. Subur Jamerisata Indah is membership in IATA, ASTINDO,ASITA and has a PATA
accreditation. In Promotion Division I handled a product of promotion, specially Indonesian culture.
3. As Graphic Designer full time at Choliva Building Management (Jakarta Pusat) at Promotion
Departement, in Project : Supermall Sukabumi, East Java ( August,2003 Juny, 2005). Choliva is
Building Management and tenancy administration system designed specifically to help todays
Building Management work more efficiently and effectively. Chilovia is combines a rich blend of
lease management features and a fully integrated accounting and logistic system. In Promotion
Division I handled a product of promotion and the EO of building management.
4. As Founder and Graphic Designer part time in Queen Studio Photo Digital, Sukabumi, East Java.
(December,2004 Juny, 2005).
5. As Graphic Designer full time at Leuser International Foundation , Medan)at Planning and
Awareness Departement in Communication Division. (August 2005 Now) As Graphic Designer at

Communication Division handle all promotion material such a brochure, baliho, backdrop, banner,
report, pin, hanging banner, Hat, t- shirt etc.
Organization Experiences
1. Staff of the main team of Association Architecture Student, University North of Sumatera, 1997.
2. Chief Biro of the exhibition, Association Architecture Student, University North of Sumatera, 1998.
3. Volunteer of University Network Free and Real Election North Sumatera
(UNFREL NS) at Deli Serdang, 1999.
Computer Ability :
1. Graphic Tool Software : Photoshop, Corel Draw, Freehand, In design & Pagemaker
2. Web Design Software : Macromedia Dreamweaver MX and Macromedia Flash MX Professional
3. Office Tool
: Word, Excel, Power point.

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Education and Champion Assistant

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Y a s r a Al Fariza

Citizenship

Indonesia

Education

Name and Location of institution


1996 Yogyakarta
Working Experiences

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:


Diploma Computer Accountant AKSMI
:

Name and Location of institution


April 1998 July 2000 LMU, Medan,
North Sumatra
July 2000-Sept 2001 LMU, Medan,
North Sumatra
Sept 2001-January 2002 LMU, Medan,
North Sumatra
January 2002-Okt 2003 LMU, Medan,
North Sumatra
Nov 2003-Nov 2004 LMU, Medan,
North Sumatra
Nov 2004 - Nov 2006
LIF, Medan,
North Sumatra
Nov 2006 Nov 2007 LIF, Medan,
North Sumatra

Position/ Responsibility:
Field Assistant of Suaq Balimbing Research
Station, Leuser Management Unit
Assistant Librarian of Research Monitoring
Information Division (RMID), Leuser Management Unit
Librarian of Research Monitoring Information
Division (RMID), Leuser Management Unit
Librarian of Public Relation and Visibility,
Leuser Management Unit
Receptionist and Assistant Secretary of Program Support,
Leuser Management Unit
Outreach and Awareness Staff
Education and Awareness Assistant

Language proficiency indicate propiciency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language
Reading
Speaking
Bahasa Indonesia
5
5
English
3
3
Aceh
5
5

Writing
5
3
5

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Other relevant information: (e.g. publications, seminars/courses etc.):
April-July 2000 : Training Computer for Office of Lembaga Pendidikan dan
Pengembangan Profesi Medan (LP3M), Medan, Nort Sumatera

August 2001
May 2004

30 October 2001 : Workshop: Solution of Items guide-book Activity Of


Conservation"
26-28 Oct 2002 : Training Of Enable ness of Biological Laboratory Of SMU for
Monitoring of is Quality of Water
September 2004 : Workshop for Socialization laws Animal Protect
2006
: Sumatra Orangutan Education Conference, Workshop and Summit in Berastagi,
North Sumatra

: Training Librarian of National Library in North Sumatra


: One Day Seminar of the Implementation of Information Technology
in Public Sector in North Sumatra.

November 2006 : EO Launch Leuser Comic Books in ACC Building Dayan Dawod, Unsyiah Banda
Aceh
July 2007
: Exhibition for Environment Membangun Aceh Hijau Bersama in Banda Aceh
July 2007
: Exhibition for Environment in University of Karo Wisuda Sarjana XIX dan Disnatalis
XXI University or Karo 2007
August 2007
: Even Organizer Workshop The teacher Training for Buku Ajar Leuser
In Banda Aceh
September 2007 : Training Teacher for Buku Ajar Leuser in Kodya Langsa, Aceh Timur
September 2007 : Training Teacher for Buku Ajar Leuser in Tapaktuan, South Aceh
November 2007 : Training Teacher for Buku Ajar Leuser in Meulaboh, Aceh Barat

Additional Skill:

Computer for Office and Internet


Even Organizer
Administration of Office
Public Relation and Visibility
Librarian Data Base

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Project Financial Administrator.

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Syarifah Maya Mutia

Citizenship

Indonesian

Education:
Name and Location of institution

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:

North Sumatra University, Medan

Administration of taxation, Social and Political Science

Harapan University, Medan

Accountant

Language proficiency indicate proficiency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Indonesia

English

Aceh

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.): MsWord and MsExcel, Power Point
Employment history
Position Title
Accountant, Data
Input
Accountant, Data
Input
Cashier
Accounting
Verification

Employers name and

Dates of employment

address
PTP Nusantara I
Medan
CV. Jaya Krama
Mandiri, Medan
Leuser International
Foundation, Medan
Leuser International
Foundation, Medan

Jan. 2000

May 2003

June 2003

Dec. 2004

Jan. 2005

Febr. 2007

March 2007

present

Other relevant information: (e.g. publications, seminars/courses etc.):

Job training at KPP Medan Timur, 1999

Volunteer at Press Advocate Indonesia, 1999

Short Description of
tasks performed
Input accounting
/financial data
Input accounting
/financial data
Cashier duties
Verify all the advanced
to the finance
department

Curriculum Vitae
Proposed position in the project

Journalist Staff

Name (First, Middle, Last)

Muhammad Rivai

Citizenship:

Indonesian

Education:
Name and Location of institution
2006 Instute of Communication
Pembangunan, Medan

Major(s) or Degree(s) obtained:


major subjects Communication

Language proficiency indicate propiciency on a scale of 1 (poor) to 5 (native):


Language
Reading
Speaking
Bahasa Indonesia
5
5
English
3
3

Writing
5
3

Membership of NGOs or other professional bodies:


Professional Affiliations:
Pro Fauna, Medan
Key skills and qualifications to the project (e.g. computer literacy, etc.):
Employment history:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

CV, Makmur Medan ( Juli1988 Januari 1989)


PT. Alkarin Mariendal (February 1989 December 1991)
CV. Murni Jaya ( March 1992 January 1994)
PT. Ivo Mas Tunggal (February 1994 Juni 1996)
Leuser Management Unit (Juni 1996 1996)
Leuser Management Unit in Central Research Assistant ( April 2000 March 2002)
Leuser Management Unit in Administration, CRA ( April 2002 December 2002)
Leuser Management Unit in Area Manager Staff ( January 2003 December 2003
Leuser Management Unit in Cashier, A&F Division ( January 2004 Mei 2004)
Sub Contract PRV in Leuser Management Unit ( Juni 2004 November 2004)
Leuser International Foundation in Journalist Staff ( January 2005 Now)

ANNEX 6.
List of Village in the Ecosytem Leuser
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Desa
Kwalabuluh
Kwalagemboh
Kwalunggasbaru
Namo Gedang
Sukabakti
Wonosari
Polori
Bandartengah
Ujungbukit
Tualanggepang
Salangdagu
Pasircikala
Tangkahan
Kotatengah
Penampean
Langkup Gendak
Kadai Pantai Buaya
Pantai Karya
Karya Bakti
Panglong Gotongroyong
Panglong Tenaga Baru
Sikundur Deiri
Sikundur Nauli
Gua Kota Batu
Stasiun Riset Sikundur
Gapuk
Sungai Tualang
Limau Kapas
Pondok 10
Pondok 6
Pondok Atas
Bukit Lawang
Suka Damai
Persawahan
Bandarmeriah
Lambau
Pulau Pisang
Laucigir
Tanjung Namandagang
Sekelam
Namocengke
Batukatak
Tegapan
Genting
Batujonjong
Bandarbaru
Pondok Bawah
Kutagajah
Kuala Murak
Marike

Kecamatan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Batang Serangan
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Besitang
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Bohorok
Salapian
Salapian
Salapian
Salapian
Salapian

Kabupaten
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
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Langkat
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Langkat
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Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
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Langkat
Langkat
Langkat
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Panglong Alur Raya


Panglong Ramba MAkmur
Kutarih
Payambelang
Renun
Laujuhar 2
Laujuhar 1
Mangan molih
Lau Peske
Pasirtengah
Pasirmbelang
Pamah
Kampung Jawa
Laugunung
Lau Sekilam
Lau Lebah
Rayarengo
Tanah Pinem
Lau Pangkerukan
Buluhmengkal
Batumbulan
Gundaling 1
Gundaling 2
Liang Baru
Kendit Liang
Lau Haporas
Lae Logan
Lau Kersik
Bukit Baru
Lae Manampan
Lae Itam
Lae Rambong
Lae Luhung
Barisan Mahar
Pardomuan
Lau Rambong 1
Lae Mbereng
Lae Sihotang
Barisan Selamat

Sei Lepan
Sei Lepan
Lau Belang
Lau Belang
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tanah Pinem
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tanah Pinem
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Tanah Pinem
Siempat Nempu
Tiga Lingga
Tiga Lingga
Siempat Nempu
Siempat Nempu
Silima Pungga-Pungga
Siempat Nempu
Siempat Nempu
Siempat Nempu
Tiga Lingga
Siempat Nempu
Siempat Nempu
Silima Pungga-Pungga

Langkat
Langkat
Karo
Karo
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
Dairi
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Dairi
Dairi

ANNEX 7
PERSONNEL INVOLVED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT
Erwin Abubakar, Project Leader, His responsibilities will include communications and liaison between the project
and the donor. He will be responsible for overall operational control including the selection of personnel,
monitoring of progress, and overseeing financial reporting.
G.V. Reddy, Communication & Outreach Coordinator. His responsibilities will include the day to day activity and
monitoring of activity progress.
Cut Dian Trisiniasih, Education and Campaign Specialist. Her responsibilities will include arrange the campaign,
workshop, training and media outreach.
Meyrisinta, Graphic Designer, Her responsibilities will include create and design the awareness materials, and
display materials.
Yasra Al-Fariza, Education and Campaign Assistance. His responsibilities will include create the campaign
materials and do the field trip to survey and do the campaign
Syarifah Maya, Project Financial Administrator. Her responsibilities will be ensure proper records and monitor
compliance with proper financial procedures.
Rivai, Journalist Staff, support the activities of the Media outreach activity, and maintain press clipping files and
other necessary documentation.