Skip to Main Navigation

Indonesia - Jambi Sustainable Landscape Management Project (English)

The development objective of the Jambi Sustainable Landscape Management Project for Indonesia is to improve sustainable landscape management that reduces land-based greenhouse gas emissions in selected sites in Jambi province. The project comprises of three components. The first component, strengthening policy and institutions objective is to enhance effective land management regulation and enforcement in Jambi with a focus on harmonizing policies and approaches that are critical for managing emissions from land use, including peat management and fire prevention and management. It consists of following sub-components: (i) provides support for institutional strengthening and cross-sectoral coordination to improve action to address primary drivers of emissions from land use in Jambi; (ii) supports improvements to the enabling environment for an emission reduction (ER) program; and (iii) supports the consolidation and strengthening of policies and regulations for sustainable land use, including at national and provincial levels. The second component, implementing sustainable land management objective is to integrate forest and land management in Jambi, particularly through sustainable forest management, agricultural intensification and diversification, conservation and restoration, and value chain sustainability. It consists of following sub-components: (i) provides support for integrated forest and land management through the consolidated and coordinated management of forest and land resources, targeting peatland, and fire as key sources of emissions; and (ii) supports private sector and smallholders partnerships for improved forest and land management which leverage private sector funding, investment and expertise to support greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions in Jambi. The third component, project management and monitoring and evaluation (M and E) aims to support national and provincial‐level project coordination and management, including preparation of annual work plans and budgets (AWPBs); fiduciary aspects (financial management (FM) and procurement); human resource management; safeguards compliance monitoring; M and E; knowledge management and sharing; and the implementation of strategies for communication and stakeholder engagement.




Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)


Indonesia - Jambi Sustainable Landscape Management Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.