National Action Plan on Sustainable Palm Oil (NAP SPO)
What is NAP SPO?
NAP SPO is Documents compiled by palm oil multi-stakeholders, which are expected to be a reference in the implementation of Sustainable Palm Oil Development in Indonesia. NAP SPO contains actions that need to be carried out by all parties in answering the root problems faced by Indonesian Palm Oil accordingly. NAP SPO is in line with Indonesian Government Regulations and plans related to Oil Palm Development, and also the Presidential Regulation related to SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
Who's getting involved in NAP SPO?
To realize Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil, an active role from all related parties is needed in the implementation of the NAP SPO.
Stakeholders that take part consisting of:
1. Related Government Institutions in accordance eith their jurisdiction.
2. Private Sector
3. Non-Governmental Organizations
4. International Government Organization
Funding of NAP SPO
In its implementation, NAP-SPO is implemented by various parties with various funding sources:
1. APBN (State Budget)
2. APBD (Provincial Budget)
3. BPDPKS (Palm Oil Management Fund Agency)
4. CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
5. Other legal funding sources
STRENGTHENING DATA, COORDINATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
A1 : Development of data base for oil palm growers to support and manage plantation estates well
A2 : Increase awareness / dissemination of various regulations for oil palm growers and other stakeholders at the provincial and district levels
A3 : Increased synergy between government agencies in relation to the palm oil industry
A4 : Infrastructure development as a means to improve the quality of the palm oil industry
A5 : Support for improving law enforcement in the palm oil industry
IMPROVING SMALLHOLDERS’ CAPACITY
B1 : Increase capability, build the capacity of farmers to use certified seeds according to government regulations
B2 : Increased training for farmers on good agricultural practices
B3 : Increase access to funding for plant rejuvenation for farmers
B4 : Formation and strengthening of institutional smallholders
B5 : Revitalization of Plantation Counseling
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING
C1 : Increased efforts to conserve biodiversity and plantation landscapes
C2 : Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions due to forest and land fires
C3 : Waste management in improving environmental hygiene and healthict issues quicker
GOVERNANCE AND CONFLICT HANDLING
D1 : Implement one map policy for resolving land conflicts
D2 : Realization of the development of community oil palm plantations
D3 : Accelerate handling of land disputes
IMPLEMENTATION OF ISPO CERTIFICATION AND ACCESS TO THE MARKET OF PALM OIL PRODUCTS
E1 : ISPO awareness raising for national stakeholders
E2 : Accelerate the implementation of ISPO certification for companies and smallholders
E3 : Acceptance of ISPO by international stakeholders
FoKSBI holds periodic meetings to combine input from various stakeholders including the government, the private sector, civil society such as NGOs and associations representing millions of farmers. The aim of the multi-stakeholder discussion is to identify and agree on ways to ensure the sustainability of oil palm, both from the economic, environmental and public sectors.
Since the NAP has been finalized, support from all stakeholders in ensuring the implementation and monitoring of the actions are essential.
To find out how you can join FoKSBI and play a role in creating a more sustainable future for Indonesian palm oil please contact us.