- Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) - Critically Endangered
- Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) - Critically Endangered
- Full species list of Berbak Sembilang and and Dangku (108.42 KB)
Stories from the Field – Find out more about the project
Watch a video about the project here.
View the KELOLA Sendang photo story book here.
The KELOLA Sendang project has seen some great developments over that last five years, for example the Bear-Friendly Honey Initiative, and ongoing support for the national parks agency to mitigate human-elephant conflict for local communities and plantations.
Technical support for future Sustainable Landscape Management
Read more about the project in our technical papers:
- What is Sustainable Landscape Management?
- Why peatlands need to be conserved
- Working with communities in South Sumatra: Social Forestry
- Using new systems to save the forest: Spatial Planning
Learn more about the ZSL SPOTT tool, enabling stakeholders to monitor and manage the environmental impacts of the palm oil and natural rubber industries.
All KELOLA Sendang stories, articles and books are stored on the Neliti Online Portal
Current partners and donors
- Government of South Sumatra
- Ministry of Environment & Forestry, Indonesia (MoEF)
- Taman Nasional Berbak Sembilang (BSNP)
- BKSDA and FMUs (Indonesian forest management units)
- Hutan Kita Institute (HaKI)
- SNV-Netherlands Development Organisation
- Daemeter Consulting
Kindly funded by the Government of Norway through the Norwegian International Climate and Forest Initiative (NIFCI), the UK Government’s UK Aid under the UK Climate Change Unit.