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Launch of PGA Indonesia results - Jakarta 6 May 2013

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file icon The Indoensia PGA report 2012 in BahasaTooltip
English 05/15/2013
PGA report in BAHASA as launched in Jakarta 6 May. Front page will be edited related to logos. Report will be translated to English, Spanish and French.
Presentation by Professor Dr. Hariadi Kartodihardjo, Coordinator of PGA Expert Panel, on the key findings, recommendations and next steps.
Dr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Head of Indonesia’s REDD+ Preparedness Task Force/ the Presidential Working Unit for Supervision and Management of Development (UKP4), refers to the PGA process in Indonesia as a “most valuable contribution to the process of improving governance of forests, land and REDD+” and emphasized the importance of regular governance data updates to “track progress or regression” towards the baseline now available. Dr. Mangkusubroto also sees a role for the PGA data as a key reference and starting point for local government leaders, both at the provincial and district levels, to improve governance accordingly. In addition, the importance of regular governance data updates to “track progress or regression” was highlighted.
Presentation by Indonesian Minister of Forestry, Dr (Hc) Zulkifli Hasan, in Bahasa Indonesia (not yet translated) mentioning, among others, that the PGA for REDD+ report will be used as key reference to develop the next strategic forestry planning, particularly with regard to the forest governance aspects. In addition, the PGA system will be a model used to conduct forest and REDD+ governance in the future.