Participatory Monitoring by Civil Society of Land-use Planning for Low-Emissions Development Strategies

Published on 9 May 2013

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Start Date: 1 January 2013 | End Date: 31 December 2016


Overall Objective
Papua achieves its low emissions development goal and contributions significantly to Indonesia’s overall low emissions development as an integralpart of climate change strategies.
Specific objectives:
1. Tools,indicators, and monitoring and evaluation systems developed for land-use planning for low-emissions development
2. Key civil society groups in Papua have the capacity to participate and monitor the planning cycle of low-emissions development in the land-based sector
3. Land-based RAD-GRK development and negotiations at the district level are supported and reviewed; compilation and negotiation at the provincial level and links to the national level are facilitated
4. Land-based policies, regulations and strategies are reviewed to supportĀ  the low emission development strategy in Papua province
Key activities to be carried out by ICRAF under Work Packages (W1, W2, W3, W4)
Activities under W1
1. Develop community-based carbon and biodiversity monitoring system
2. Develop inclusive, integrated and informed spatial planning methodology

3. Develop civil society Monitoring and Evaluation , M&E system for implementation of spatial planning

4. Develop civil society Monitoring and Evaluation , M&E system for investment and development initiatives

5. Develop civil society Monitoring and Evaluation , M&E system for sustainable landscapes,including ecological, economic and social indicators

Activities under W2

1. Develop and conduct training courses for civil society, including communities
2. Facilitate working groups within districts
3. Develop a network for sharing learning between society actors across districts
4. Facilitate stakeholders’ dialogues within districts
5. Develop a platform for stakeholders’ negotiations within districts
Activities under W3
1. Develop and implement participatory spatial planning using the Land-UsePlanning for Low Emissions Development Strategy (LUWES) methodology in threedistricts
2. Integrate district processes and results into the provincial process
3. Integrate the district and provincial processes and results intonational climate-change policies and strategies
4. Develop and facilitate a monitoring and evaluation system by civilsociety and government of the whole planning at the district and provincial levels
Activities under W4
1. Kick off meeting in Bogor
2. Inception workshop in Jayapura
3. Annual planning meetings
4. Annual reporting
5. Final report
6. Auditing
The outputs envisaged to achieve the specific objective.
1. Training protocols, manual of tools and softwares, and compilation of relevant and available data for Papua to conduct their land use planning for low emission development
2. Monitoring and evaluation technical practices and inclusive mechanisms of the planning of land uses for low emission development and the implementationof the planning within the full planning cycle in Papua
3. Civil society’s capacity to participate and monitor the implementation of low-emission development plans are strengthened
4. Three working groups for low-emission development at the three selected districts are established as the negotiation platform low-emission
5. Consensus developed to support the implementation of low-emission development initiatives and social safeguards
6. Nested approach, from sub-national to national levels, of low emission development planning is supported


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