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  • ITTO Certification Support Porject

     

    ITTO Certification Support Porject


         
         

    In mid-2009 the Tropical Forest Foundation signed an agreement with the International Timber Trade Organization (ITTO) launching a major initiative to support the forest concession of PT Suka Jaya Makmur (SJM) in West Kalimantan, Indonesia to achieve certification under the FSC scheme.

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  • ITTO National RIL Training

    ITTO National RIL Training Project

    A two-year, ITTO Project, PD 110/01 Rev.4(I), “Program to Facilitate and Promote Adoption of Reduced Impact Logging in Indonesia and The Asia Pacific Region”, was officially completed on July 15, 2006. This project was a collaborative effort of the Centre for Forestry Education and Training (CFET) and the Tropical Forest Foundation (TFF).

    For a complete report on project's achievements, visit "Virtual Library".

    Overall Project Co-ordinator: Dr. I.G.M. Tantra, PhD.
    Tel.0251-322809, Fax.0251-370934,
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    CFET Project Co-ordinator: Ir. Dedi Heryadi, MSc.,
    Tel. 0251-312841, Fax. 0251-323565,
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    TFF Regional Director: Art Klassen,
    Tel. 021-5735589, Fax.021-57902925,
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  • ITTO National RIL Training

    ITTO National RIL Training Project

    A two-year, ITTO Project, PD 110/01 Rev.4(I), “Program to Facilitate and Promote Adoption of Reduced Impact Logging in Indonesia and The Asia Pacific Region”, was officially completed on July 15, 2006. This project was a collaborative effort of the Centre for Forestry Education and Training (CFET) and the Tropical Forest Foundation (TFF).

    For a complete report on project's achievements, visit "Virtual Library".

    Overall Project Co-ordinator: Dr. I.G.M. Tantra, PhD.
    Tel.0251-322809, Fax.0251-370934,
    E-Mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    CFET Project Co-ordinator: Ir. Dedi Heryadi, MSc.,
    Tel. 0251-312841, Fax. 0251-323565,
    E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    TFF Regional Director: Art Klassen,
    Tel. 021-5735589, Fax.021-57902925,
    E-Mail. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

               
               

     

  • ITTO Timber Tracking Project

    ITTO Timber Tracking Project

    The International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) has issued an invitation to small and medium private sector forest companies in ITTO member countries, to participate in pilot schemes to test the feasibility of adopting timber tracking systems as a means of strengthening forest law governance and enforcement and promoting the production and trade of timber from legally and sustainably managed forests.

    The ITTO initiative is being coordinated by the Committee on Economic Information and Market Intelligence.

    In July 2007, PT. Gema Hutani Lestari (GHL), a forest concession in South Maluku with a plywood industry in Makassar, South Sulawesi, was one of the first companies to be awarded a grant to implement a timber tracking project with ITTO funding.

    GHL is partnered with TFF-Indonesia, who will facilitate the implementation of the project by providing base-line assessments, training, technical guidance and management support.

    Aproaching   Base Camp   Camp building, Buru Island   Camp Setting Out  
                   
                   
                   
  • ITTO Timber Tracking Project

    ITTO Timber Tracking Project

    The International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) has issued an invitation to small and medium private sector forest companies in ITTO member countries, to participate in pilot schemes to test the feasibility of adopting timber tracking systems as a means of strengthening forest law governance and enforcement and promoting the production and trade of timber from legally and sustainably managed forests.

    The ITTO initiative is being coordinated by the Committee on Economic Information and Market Intelligence.

    In July 2007, PT. Gema Hutani Lestari (GHL), a forest concession in South Maluku with a plywood industry in Makassar, South Sulawesi, was one of the first companies to be awarded a grant to implement a timber tracking project with ITTO funding.

    GHL is partnered with TFF-Indonesia, who will facilitate the implementation of the project by providing base-line assessments, training, technical guidance and management support.

    Aproaching   Base Camp   Camp building, Buru Island   Camp Setting Out  
                   
                   
                   

  • Proyek Bantuan Sertifikasi ITTO berakhir

    SJM

    ITTO Certification Support Project Nearing Completion

    In mid 2009, Tropical Forest Foundation (TFF) signed an agreement with the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), launching a significant initiative to support the forest concession of PT Suka Jaya Makmur (SJM) to assist the forest certification process.