National Action Plan

 

FoKSBI Activites

FoKSBI's regular technical working group meetings incorporate input from an array of stakeholders including the private sector and oil palm companies, civil society such as environmental NGOs and associations representing millions of farmers, and the government. The aim of these multistakeholder discussions is to identify and agree on ways to maintain palm oil’s economic benefits whilst ensuring environmental conservation and best practice. The outcome of the technical working group meetings will form a draft national action plan for sustainable palm oil, which will be finalised and agreed on during a series of plenary meetings and public consultation opportunities.

Creating a National Action Plan

Objective Timeline

FoKSBI Working Groups

Key area's of action currently under discussion

 

Working Group 1:

Increasing Smallholder

Capacity

 
  • Implement relevant training programs for good agriculture practice (GAP) and better plantation management
  • Map palm oil smallholder plantations in coordination with the local governments
  • Provide training and workshops for farmers to implement ISPO standards
  • Improve the capacity of farmer support groups and unions
  • Provide seed procurement budgets and the establish microfinancing programs
 

Working Group 2:

Environment Management

and Monitoring

 
  • Update studies, forest mapping and statistics of land
  • Promote low-emissions farming
  • Design and implement a degraded land swap scheme
  • Streamline and define laws and regulations specifically concerned with high conservation value (HCV) forests
  • Establish a forest fire aware brigade
  • Determine good water management guidelines and disperse
 

Working Group 3:

Governance and Mediation

 
  • Mediate and provide legal services to empower communities in land ownership disputes
  • Define clear measurement standards outlining ownership as well as forest boundaries
  • Synchronise various laws, policies and regulations throughout respective government ministries
  • Formulate a single definition of forest area according to applicable laws and regulations
  • Collect data on land ownership of local and migrant communities based on population data
  • Define and enforce a standard price for fresh fruit bunches (FFB)
 

Working Group 4:

ISPO Certification and

Market Access

 
  • Swiftly implement ISPO organisational bodies at the provincial, district and city levels
  • Collaborate with the private sector to promote the use of palm oil as biodiesel
  • Establish a fair international market price
  • Create an industry lead campaign to promote sustainable Indonesian palm oil to the world

 

Get Involved

To ensure successful implementation and collective ownership of FoKSBI’s national action plan, multistakeholder input is essential especially during the drafting stage. FoKSBI invites all stakeholders to partake in the series of scheduled working group meetings, plenary sessions, provincial platform meetings and public consultation periods to help develop and expand on the work that has been started.

To find out how you can join FoKSBI and play a role in creating a more sustainable future for Indonesian palm oil please contact us.

 

Get Involved