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    Capacity building model for developing bamboo industry in Indonesia: A shared learning platform for multi-stakeholder partnerships
    XV World Forestry Congress, 2-6 May 2022
    2022
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    Bamboo in Indonesia is one of the non-timber forest products (NTFPs) that has not yet been used and developed effectively. Its utilization still limited within traditional uses in the form of home industries or small scale enterprises. In the other hand the evidences from other countries show that modern methods to utilize bamboo at the industrial scale have improved its values and raise benefits in rural communities. This study in 2014 to 2017 employed approaches of participatory action research and multi-stakeholder analysis to 1) improve the management of bamboo for sustainable uses and for the benefits of rural communities; and 2) enhance stakeholders’ capacity in developing the bamboo industry in Indonesia. The participatory actions research were conducted with the community groups in Bangli and Ngada Regency (Bali and East Nusa Tenggara Province, respectively) by developing models on bamboo utilization started at rural level. Stakeholder analysis and several consultative meetings to address the key problems were conducted at Regencys, regencies and provincial levels; and at the national level to promote the national policy on sustainable bamboo utilization. This program campaign namely “a thousand bamboo villages” became the platform for community-based bamboo industries in Indonesia. These collaborative actions were beneficial for local communities and have unified multi stakeholders’ vision to build a sustainable bamboo industry. This study provides lessons learnt of: (i) the process on how to establish an integrated model of community-based bamboo industry; (ii) the strategy to build a collaborative network on “a thousand bamboo villages” movement; (iii) the community-based approach and stakeholder capacity building for bamboo utilization and people, public, and private partnership of the bamboo industry in Indonesia. Keywords: bamboo, NTFPs, multi stake holders, partnership, community, framework ID: 3486278
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    AMR Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Platform
    Frequently Asked Questions
    2022
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    Join the AMR Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Platform
    Help to catalyse a global movement for action against AMR
    2022
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    The AMR Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Platform is part of a set of global governance structures on AMR, alongside the AMR Global Leaders Group on Antimicrobial Resistance and the Independent Panel on Evidence for Action against AMR. Facilitated by the Quadripartite – comprising the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) – the AMR Partnership Platform is a voluntary, collaborative coordination mechanism. It aims to be an inclusive, international and multi-stakeholder forum that convenes stakeholders across the human, animal, plant and environmental spectrum to assist in preserving antimicrobials as lifesaving medicines and ensuring their responsible use under a One Health approach.

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