Collaborative Land Use Planning and Sustainable Institutional Arrangements for strengthening land tenure, forest and community rights in Indonesia (CoLUPSIA) - Data on Livelihood: Maluku

The European Union funded Collaborative Land Use Planning and Sustainable Institutional Arrangements project is being implemented by the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (Centre de cooperation internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Developpement, CIRAD) in partnership with CIFOR, Telapak and several local non government organizations (NGOs) and universities. The project aims to contribute to reducing environmental degradation and strengthening land tenure and community rights by collaboratively integrating all stakeholders' views in land-use planning processes. The outputs revolve around the relationship between land-use planning, land allocation and the provision and scoping for possible payment of ecosystem services. The project focuses on two regencies (kabupaten) in Indonesia: Kapuas Hulu and Central Maluku.

Dataset's Files

BLiswanti1201.pdf

MD5: 79af196fd8e1d9169a1ab330bc3455c8

An English guideline that aim to provide practical steps (survey design, sampling and data requirements; planning and training, conducting the survey) for field-based practitioners to conduct socio-economic surveys of households and villages, including focus groups and key informant interviews. The information obtained can be used directly in the collaborative land use planning process, helping to facilitate or reinforce a consensus on land tenure and rights, now and in the future.


BLiswanti1202.pdf

MD5: 69322b49f729ba7933961271336ba571

Indonesian language guideline that aim to provide practical steps (survey design, sampling and data requirements; planning and training, conducting the survey) for field-based practitioners to conduct socio-economic surveys of households and villages, including focus groups and key informant interviews. The information obtained can be used directly in the collaborative land use planning process, helping to facilitate or reinforce a consensus on land tenure and rights, now and in the future.


Data Survei Rumah Tangga.xlsx

MD5: e936126b819fde64a9ab297bd3bbc962

The file consist of data on: 1. Agricultural activities 2. land use information for the current planting season 3. Livestock and fisheries 4. Issues and problems related to agriculture/plantation/animal husbandry/fisheries 5. Extension, rural development and social organization 6. Forest products 7. Perceptions of changes 8. Intergenerational perceptions of the forest 9. Assets


Focus Group Discussion_Maluku.xlsx

MD5: a58368814b1d7d6436bdca80d892dce4

The data were collected from 22 villages by Nining Liswanti, Tine Tjoa, Henny Lelloltery, Ledi Siahaya, Herlin Tomasoa, A. A. Titaley, Isnet, Fanny Soselisa, Iskar, Poppy Mustamu, Junet Lumatihunisa, and Evy Simatupang. The data cover condition of the villages between 2010 and 2012 and consist of data on: 1. Right to forest resources, enforcement and compliance 2. Forest management 3. Perception of land certainty 4. Development project in the village Socio-economy data villages in Central Maluku Regency


Key Informant Interview (Central Maluku) .xlsx

MD5: ebdcf2e5dafe215958bab314a79650b4

The file consists of data on: 1. Related institutions' forest arrangements 2. Threats and conflicts


MANIFEST.TXT

MD5: f628bfa32f7029097825d84704eb8572


Villages in Central Maluku.xlsx

MD5: c03e0868298832f2e2d0969bc8d9980f

The data consist of general information about the villages, demography, infrastructure, commodities, development programs and problems related to natural resources utilization


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Publishers

Center for International Forestry Research

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.17528/CIFOR/DATA.00007

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