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Stakeholder Analysis of Implementation of Social Forestry Program at KPH Telawa, Central Java Baharinawati Wilhan Hastanti; S. Agung Sri Raharjo
Jurnal Wasian Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Jurnal Wasian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20886/jwas.v8i1.6154

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Social Forestry at Java island or known as IPHPS (Permit for the Utilization of Social Forestry) is part of the agrarian reform of the forestry sector which expected to solve tenurial problems and improve forest governance. The successful implementation of this program could not be separated of the roles of stakeholder involved. This study aimed to 1) identified stakeholders and their roles in the implementation of IPHPS, and 2) analyzed the relationships between stakeholders in the implementation of IPHPS. This research was conducted in the KPH Telawa area of Boyolali Regency, Central Java. This research uses a combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches. Data collection was done by observation, interviews, and literature studies. Data were analyzed based on the research objectives at stakeholder analysis conducted by identifying stakeholders and their roles as well as the relationships between them in the implementation of IPHPS. They involved in the implementation of IPHPS at the Telawa KPH included Perhutani (KPH) Telawa, KTH IPHPS holders (Wonomakmur 1, Wonomakmur 2, Wonolestari 1, and Wonolestari 2) LMDH Participants PHBM, BPKH IX, BPDASHL Pemali Jratun, Field Companion, BDK Kadipaten, Forestry Foundation, NGO Rejo Semut Ireng, PSKL, LHK Office of Central Java Province, BPSKL Jabalnusra, Forest Development Financing Center Public Service Agency (P3H-BLU). Each of the above stakeholders has their respective strengths and interests. This affects the pattern of relations between the stakeholders which in turn will determine the results of the program. A good relationship will support the successful implementation of the program while a bad relationship can hamper the implementation of the program.Keywords: analysis, stakeholders, implementation, social forestry
Analysis of Vulnerability Levels to the Flash Flood Based on Social Economic and Institutional Factors in Wasior, Teluk Wondama, West Papua Baharinawati Wilhan Hastanti; Freddy Jontara Hutapea
Jurnal Wasian Vol 7, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Wasian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20886/jwas.v7i1.4785

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One form of disaster mitigation is to know the vulnerability of areas that are at risk of disaster socially and economically. Studies on vulnerability to flash floods are necessary, as it might prevent material losses and fatalities. Wasior District at Teluk Wondama Regency experienced a flash flood in 2010 causing negative impacts such as fatalities and large material losses. To anticipate flash floods that might occur in the future, studies to evaluate the vulnerability to the flash flood are needed. This study aimed to: 1) analyze the level of vulnerability to flash floods in Wasior based on socioeconomic factors post the 2010 flash floods, 2) analyze the level of vulnerability to flash floods in Wasior based on institutional factors. The method used in this study was a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods. Data collection was conducted by observation, interview, and documentation. Data were analyzed by: 1) identifying the socioeconomic indicators of the community and institutions around the watershed, 2) providing weighting scores to the social economic criteria and institutional criteria from the most vulnerable to the least vulnerable, 3) assessing the level of community and institution vulnerabilities in the study site to the impact of flash floods based on the calculation of the weighting scores of socio-economic and institutional indicators. The results showed that the level of socioeconomic vulnerability to flash floods were categorized as moderate (total score 2.084), while the level of institutional vulnerability was low (total score 2.251). The results of this study can be used as a basis for considerations in the implementation of flash flood mitigation in Wasior.Keywords: vulnerabilities, social, economic, institutional, flash flood
Development Strategy of Masoi (Cryptocarya massoia (Oken) Kosterm.) as Non-Timber Forest Products in Teluk Bintuni, West Papua With SWOT Analysis Baharinawati Wilhan Hastanti; Relawan Kuswandi; Julanda Noya
Jurnal Wasian Vol 5, No 1 (2018): Jurnal Wasian
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20886/jwas.v5i1.4202

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Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) are forest resources which have comparative advantage and in direct contact with the community. Masoi (Cryptocarya masoia) is one of mainstay Papua NTFPs. This essential oil that produced through bark distillation, used as aromatic raw materials for food, medicines, perfume,s and aromatherapy. The demands of masoi oil are high for domestic and foreign market. This study aimed to formulate development strategy of masoi as non-timber forest products in Teluk Bintuni regency, Papua Barat Province, by identifying external factors (Opportunities, threats) and internal factors (strengths, weaknesses). The research applied SWOT analysis methods by identifying external factors (EFAS) and internal factors (IFAS) as strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Based on SWOT analysis which conducted by calculate score of external factors and internal factors, the suitable strategy was WO strategy which utilized opportunities to suppress the weaknesses at third quadrant. The third quadrant tended turn around by 1). Socialization and training of masoi cultivation on indigenous people, 2). Legal Counseling to increase legal awareness of the community to overcome land disputes.Keywords: strategy, development, masoi, nontimber forest products (NTFPs), SWOT