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SEARCA ASRF 2017 2: Strengthening Multi-stakeholder Engagement to Accelerate Social Forestry Development

Social Forestry is a priority policy of Indonesia towards achieving national development. A total of 88.94 million hectares (ha) of forest in the country is home to 25,863 villages, with a population estimated at 37.2 million. Of these, 6.88 million consider themselves poor. Therefore, encouraging community empowerment through social forestry is seen as a vehicle to alleviate poverty and promote sustainable forest management.

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
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Leocadio S. Sebastian; Local government -- Indonesia; social forestry, Malaysia;
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