Alliance of the Indigenous Peoples of the Kayan Mentarang National Park

主要事实

Equator Prize Winner: 2020
Year of establishment: 2000
Location: North Kalimantan, Indonesia
Ecosystem: Forests and mountains

Bringing together 11 indigenous groups, Forum Musyawarah Masyarakat Adat Taman Nasional Kayan Mentarang (FoMMA) advocates for the rights of communities who live on 20,000 square kilometers of customary land in Northern Kalimantan. A large portion of their ancestral lands, mainly made up of forests and rivers, overlaps with Kayan Mentarang National Park. The park was the first in Indonesia to be placed under a collaborative management arrangement. Government and indigenous authorities, represented by FoMMA, decide jointly on resource management as well as traditional access and use rights, promoting local stewardship over the park. FoMMA has supported communities to document and map over 20,000 square kilometers of indigenous territories. In 2019, they secured legal recognition for a first block of 2,500 square kilometers of customary lands under national law. FoMMA’s communities pursue traditional forest-based local economies, and protect large swaths of rainforest in an effort to mitigate climate change and retain traditional ways of life.

联系信息

Pichayechapong Kuruprachayamak
Director
ddolvina@yahoo.co.id

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Equator Prize 2020

 

亚洲及太平洋

生物多样性保护
可持续林业

Equator Prize 2020

 

亚洲及太平洋

生物多样性保护
可持续林业

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主要事实

Equator Prize Winner: 2020
Year of establishment: 2000
Location: North Kalimantan, Indonesia
Ecosystem: Forests and mountains

Bringing together 11 indigenous groups, Forum Musyawarah Masyarakat Adat Taman Nasional Kayan Mentarang (FoMMA) advocates for the rights of communities who live on 20,000 square kilometers of customary land in Northern Kalimantan. A large portion of their ancestral lands, mainly made up of forests and rivers, overlaps with Kayan Mentarang National Park. The park was the first in Indonesia to be placed under a collaborative management arrangement. Government and indigenous authorities, represented by FoMMA, decide jointly on resource management as well as traditional access and use rights, promoting local stewardship over the park. FoMMA has supported communities to document and map over 20,000 square kilometers of indigenous territories. In 2019, they secured legal recognition for a first block of 2,500 square kilometers of customary lands under national law. FoMMA’s communities pursue traditional forest-based local economies, and protect large swaths of rainforest in an effort to mitigate climate change and retain traditional ways of life.

联系信息

Pichayechapong Kuruprachayamak
Director