Act No. 16 Of 2006

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 16 Tahun 2006

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 92, 2006 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4660) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 16 in 2006 about the SYSTEM of AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION, fisheries, and FORESTRY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the extension as part of the efforts of the intellectual life of the nation and advance the general welfare is the rights of citizens of the Republic of Indonesia;
.,, b. that the development of agriculture, fisheries, and forestry sustainable is a must to meet food needs, boards, and industrial raw material; expanding employment and field endeavor; improve the people's welfare in particular farmers, planters, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi fish, and the communities in and around forest areas; addressing the society of poverty particularly in rural areas; increasing national income; as well as maintain environmental sustainability;
.,, c. that to further enhance the role of the agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and needed high-quality human resources, reliable, skilled and managerial, entrepreneurial, and business organizations so that perpetrators of agricultural development, fishery, and forestry is capable of building a business from the upstream to the downstream with high competitive power and are able to participate in conserving forests and the environment in line with the principle of sustainable development;
.,, d. that to manifest referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and the Government is obliged to organise extension services in agriculture, fishery, and forestry;
.,, e. that setting the extension of agriculture, fishery, and forestry today are still scattered in various laws and regulations so that it is not yet able to provide a strong legal basis and for the Organization of agricultural extension, fisheries, and forestry;
.,, f. that based on consideration of the letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the letter e, the need to establish laws on the Extension System of agricultural, fishery, and forestry;
.,, Remember: article 20, article 21, article 28C, and article 33 of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES:.,, define: law of the Republic of INDONESIA on the EXTENSION SYSTEM of agricultural, fishery, and forestry.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law is the:.,, 1. agricultural extension Systems, fisheries, and forestry are hereinafter referred to as the system extension is a whole series of development capabilities, knowledge, skills, and attitude of the offender and the offender's efforts through counseling.
., ,2. Extension agriculture, fisheries, forestry extension services are hereinafter referred to as the learning process for the protagonists as well as businessmen so that they are willing and able to help and organise themselves in accessing market information, technology, capital and other resources, in an effort to improve productivity, business efficiency, revenue, and kesejahteraannya, as well as raising awareness in preservation of environmental functions.
., ,3. Agriculture includes food crops, horticulture, forestry, and livestock farming is hereinafter referred all activities which include upstream efforts, farmer, agro-industries, marketing, and services supporting biodiversity natural resource management in an appropriate and sustainable agroecosystem, with the help of technology, capital, labor, and management to get the highest possible benefits for the welfare of society.
., ,4. Fisheries are all activities related to the management and utilization of fish resources and the environment on an ongoing basis, starting from the preproduction, production, processing up to marketing that is implemented in a system of fishery business.
., ,5. A fish is any kind of organism that all or part of a cycle of his life in the aquatic environment.
., ,6. Forestry is the relevant management system with forest, the area of forest, and forest products held in integrated and sustainable.
., ,7. Forest area is designated a specific area and/or set by the Government for the sustained existence as permanent forest.
., ,8. Major activities of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, hereinafter referred to as the main offender is the community in and around forested areas, planters, farmers, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi fish, along with the family of the bottom line.
., ,9. Community in and around forested areas is a resident who lived in and around forest areas which have a social community with unity in common livelihoods that depend on the forest and its activities can affect forest ecosystems.
., .10. Farmer is an individual citizen of Indonesia with his family or corporations that manage the business in the field of agriculture, wanatani, minatani, agropasture, breeding of animals and plants, in and around the forest, which covers businesses upstream, farmer, agro-industries, marketing and ancillary services.
.,, 11. Planters is the individual citizen of Indonesia or corporations doing business estates.
., 12. The breeder is an individual citizen of Indonesia or corporations doing business farm.
., 13. The fisherman is the individual citizen of Indonesia or corporations whose livelihoods or its business activities do the catching of fish.
.,, 14. Pembudi fish resource is the individual citizen of Indonesia or corporations doing business of cultivating fish.
., 15. Fish processing is the individual citizen of Indonesia or corporations doing business processing fish.
.,,16. Businessmen are individual citizens of Indonesia or the Corporation formed under the laws of Indonesia who manage farms, fisheries, and forestry.
., General Agreement. Institutional planters, farmers, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi fish, and the communities in and around the forest area is the agency that ditumbuhkembangkan of, by, and for the main perpetrators.
., 18. Agricultural extension officers, extension officers, fisheries or forestry extension officers, extension officers either CIVIL SERVANTS, private, or non-governmental, are hereinafter referred to as extension officers are individual citizens of Indonesia who conduct outreach activities.
.,, 19. Extension officers civil servant who then called the extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS is a civil servant who is given the task, responsibilities, authority, and rights in full by the competent authority in the scope of organizational units in agriculture, fisheries, forestry or to conduct a public awareness.
.,, 06. Private extension officers are extension officers who come from the business world and/or institutions that have competence in the field of counseling.
.,,21. Self-help is the main offender extension officers who succeeded in his efforts and other citizens with his own willing and able to be extension officers.
., .22. Guidance material is guidance that will be delivered by the extension officers to the protagonists and businessmen in various forms that include information, technology, social engineering, management, economics, law, and environmental sustainability.
.,,23. Agricultural extension programmes, fisheries, and forestry extension programme hereinafter referred to as the written plan is arranged systematically to provide directions and guidelines as a means of controlling the attainment of the goals of the extension.
., .24. The recommendation is the granting of approvals against the technology that will be used as guidance material.
., .25. Institutional outreach is a government body and/or the community who have a job and function organizes outreach.
.,, 26. Commission Extension of agriculture, fishery, and Forestry Commission hereinafter referred to as the Extension is an independent institutional set up at central level, provincial, and district/city consisting of experts and/or practitioners who have the expertise and care in the field of rural development or extension.
.,,27. The Minister is the Minister responsible in the field of agriculture, the Minister responsible in the field of fisheries, or the Minister responsible in the field of forestry.
.,,28. The Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
.,, 29. The local government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
., .30. The village or called by another name, hereinafter referred to as the village, is the unity of Community law which has territorial boundaries are authorized to arrange and take care of the interests of the local community, based on the origin and the local customs are recognized and respected in the system of Government of the Republic of Indonesia Unity State.
CHAPTER II, PRINCIPLE, purpose, and FUNCTION of article 2 were held based on democracy, the Extension of benefits, equality, alignment, balance, openness, teamwork, partnerships, participatory, sustainable, just, equitable, and accountable is final.

Article 3 the purpose of the extension system settings include human resource development and the enhancement of social capital, i.e.:.,, a. strengthening the development of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, which advanced and modern systems in sustainable development;
.,, b. empower the protagonists and actors in capacity through the creation of a conducive business climate, growth motivation, development potential, the giving opportunities, and increased awareness, mentoring and facilitation;

.,, c. provide legal certainty for this extension are productive, effective, efficient, decentralized, participatory, open, berswadaya, partner alignment, gender equality, insightful forward, environmentally responsible, and the Jolt that can ensure the implementation of agricultural development, fishery, and forestry;
.,, d. provide protection, justice, and legal certainty for the protagonists and actors attempt to get extension services as well as for extension officers in conducting outreach; and, e.., developing human resources, a developed and prosperous, as perpetrators and the main target of the development of agriculture, fisheries, and forestry.
Article 4 of the extension system functions include: a. facilitating the learning process the main perpetrators and perpetrators attempt;.,, b. seeking easy access to the main perpetrators and perpetrators attempt to source the information, technology, and other resources so that they can develop its business;
.,, c. enhancing leadership, managerial, and entrepreneurial are the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
.,, d. assist protagonists and businessmen in menumbuhkembangkan the Organization into a powerful economic organization of high competitiveness, productive, implementing good governance sought, and sustainable;
.,, e. helped to analyze and solve problems and respond to the opportunities and challenges facing the main offender and the offender's efforts in managing the business;
., f., foster awareness of the protagonists and actors attempt against sustainability environmental functions; and, g.., institutionalizing values culture construction of agricultural, fishery, and forestry are advanced and modern for the main perpetrator in a sustainable way.
CHAPTER III section 5 GUIDANCE TARGETS.,, (1) the party that most eligible benefits extension includes the main target and objectives between. (2) the main Goal of the extension that is a major offender and perpetrator of the attempt.
.,, (3) Target among other stakeholders, namely counselling that includes groups or agencies within agriculture, forestry and fisheries, as well as young people and community leaders.
CHAPTER IV POLICY and STRATEGY Section 6.,, (1) Policy guidance set forth by the Government and the local government in accordance with its basic and having regard to the purpose of the system of guidance.
.,, (2) in setting policy guidance referred to in paragraph (1), the Government and the local authorities pay attention to the following provisions:.,,.,, a. extension with integrated subsystem implemented agricultural development, fishery, and forestry; and, b. the Organization of outreach may be executed by the protagonists and/or other Community citizens as partners of Governments and local authorities, either individually or cooperate, implemented integrated with programmes at every level of government administration.
.,, (3) provision of further policy guidance referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister, Governors, or Regents/mayors.
Chapter 7.,, (1) Outreach Strategies drafted and set by the Government and local authorities in accordance with those powers which include adult education methods; guidance as movements of society; penumbuhkembangan dynamics of organization and leadership; Justice and gender equality; and capacity building are the main perpetrators of the professionals.
.,, (2) in drawing up the strategy of outreach, Government and local governments pay attention to policy guidance that is assigned based on the provisions referred to in article 6, by involving stakeholders in the fields of agriculture, fishery, and forestry.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning further strategy guidance referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister, Governors, or Regents/mayors.
Chapter V INSTITUTIONAL Part I Institutional Outreach article 8 (1) Institutional outreach consists of:.,, a. institutional outreach of Government;

b. institutional private counselling; and c. the institutional self help counseling.
.,, (2) Institutional outreach the Government referred to in paragraph (1) letter a:.,, a. at central level-shaped bodies that handle extension;

b. at the provincial level the shape Extension Coordination Board;

c. at the kabupaten/kota level shaped the implementing agency guidance; and d. at the level of sub-shaped Porch Extension.
.,, (3) the institutional private counselling referred to in subsection (1) letter b can be formed by businessmen with attention to the interests of the protagonists as well as agricultural development, fishery, and forestry.
.,, (4) Institutional self-help counselling referred to in subsection (1) the letter c may be formed on the basis of agreement between the perpetrator and the perpetrator of the attempt.
.,, (5) Institutional guidance at the level of villages shaped post extension villages which is nonstructural.
Article 9.,, (1) the Agency's guidance at the level of the Centre referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter a has a duty:.,,.,, a. draw up a national policy, national outreach programme, standardization and accreditation extension officers, personnel and infrastructure, as well as financing guidance;
.,, b. organizes the development of extension programs, databases, services, and information network extension;
.,, c. implementing guidance, coordination, penyeliaan, monitoring and evaluation, as well as the allocation and distribution of resources counselling;
.,, d. carry out education on cooperation of national, regional, and international; and e. carry out capacity building extension officers, civil servants, non-governmental and private sector. (2) the body of the extension at the central level is responsible to the Minister.
.,, (3) to carry out the coordination, integration, synchronization, and optimization of the performance outreach at the central level, the necessary coordination of the national extension container nonstructural formation is further regulated by regulation of the President.
Section 10.,, (1) to establish policy and strategy guidance, the Commission is assisted by the Minister of National Education.
.,, (2) National Outreach Commission has the task of providing input to the Minister as an ingredient for preparing the policy and strategy guidance.
.,, (3) provision of further National Outreach Commission as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Section 11.,, (1) coordinating body of Guidance referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter b has a duty;
.,,.,, a. do the coordination, integration, cross sector synchronization, optimization of participation, advocacy communities by involving experts, elements of the corporate world, related institutions, colleges, and targeted outreach;
.,, b. Drawing up policies and programmes that are in line with the provincial education policy and national outreach programmes;
.,, c. facilitates the development of institutional and community forums for the protagonists and actors attempt to develop his business and provide feedback to the Government of the region; and d. carry out capacity building extension officers, civil servants, non-governmental and private sector. (2) coordinating body Extension at the provincial level, chaired by the Governor.
.,, (3) to support the activities of the coordinating body of Guidance at the level of the province established a secretariat, headed by an official-level Echelon IIa, which its formation is regulated more by regulation of the Governor.
Article 12.,, (1) to establish the policies and strategies of provincial outreach, the Governor was assisted by Provincial Extension Commission.
.,, (2) the Commission Extension of the province in charge of providing input to the Governor as an ingredient for preparing the policy and strategy guidance.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning the Commission further Extension the province referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is set by regulation of the Governor.
Article 13.,, (1) implementing Agency guidance as mentioned in article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c in charge:.,,.,, a. devise policies and programme guidance kabupaten/kota that are in line with the policies and programmes of national and provincial counselling;
.,, b. carry out extension programs and develop the mechanisms, the methods of work, and outreach;
.,, c. carry out the collection, processing, packaging, and deployment guidance material for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
.,, d. carry out the construction of the development cooperation, partnership, institutional management, workforce, facilities and infrastructure, as well as financing guidance;
. menumbuhkembangkan, e., and facilitate institutional and forum activities for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt; and, f.., carry out an increase in the capacity of extension officers civil servants, non-governmental, and private sector through the learning process on an ongoing basis.
.,, (2) implementing Agency guidance on the level of the district/city level officials led by Echelon II and responsible to the bupati/walikota, whose its formation is regulated more by regulation bupati/walikota.
Clause 14.,, (1) to establish policy and strategy guidance kabupaten/kota, bupati/walikota Extension Commission assisted by district/city.
.,, (2) Counseling Commission district/city has the task of providing input to the bupati/walikota as material for policy formulation and strategy outreach kabupaten/kota.
.,, (3) the provisions of Commission on Illumination Kabupaten/Kota referred to in subsection (1) and (2) subject to the regulations of the bupati/walikota.
Section 3.,, (1) Porch Extension as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter d has a duty:.,,.,, a. compiled extension programmes at the level of public awareness programmes in line with the sub district/city; b. carry out outreach programmes based on extension;., c. provide and disseminate information technology, means of production, financing, and market;
.,, d. facilitate the development of institutional and partnership the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;

., e., facilitate an increase in the capacity of extension officers, extension officers, non-governmental CIVIL SERVANTS and private extension officers through the learning process on an ongoing basis; and, f.., implementing a process of learning through pilot and development model of farmer for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt.
.,, (2) Counseling Hall serves as a meeting place for the main perpetrator, extension officers, and businessmen.
., Balai, (3) Extension of the implementing agency responsible to outreach the kabupaten/kota formation is governed more by regulation bupati/walikota.
Article 16.,, (1) post extension villages referred to in article 8 paragraph (5) is the work unit nonstructural molded and managed participatory by protagonists.
.,, (2) post extension serves as a meeting place for the main perpetrator, extension officers, and businessmen to:.,, a. compiled extension programmes;

b. carry out extension programs in villages;

c. inventory problems and resolution efforts;., d., carry out the learning process through pilot and development model of farmer for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
. menumbuhkembangkan, e., leadership, entrepreneurship, as well as the main perpetrator of institutional and trade;
.,, f. carry out rembug, the technical meeting, appointment, and other extension methods for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
., g., facilitate information services, consultation, education, and training for a major offender and perpetrator of the attempt; and h. facilitate rural outreach forum.
Article 17 Institutional counseling private and/or self referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) letter b and the letter c has a duty:.,, a. devise planning extension that integrates with extension programmes;
.,, b. carry out meetings with extension officers and the main perpetrator in accordance with needs; c. establish forums, networks, and institutional protagonists and doers attempt;., d. rembug, conduct technical meetings, field workshops, as well as the main perpetrator of the airy and inventiveness businessmen;
.,, e. partnership efforts with various parties on the basis of mutual benefit;
. menumbuhkembangkan, f., leadership, entrepreneurship, as well as the main perpetrator of institutional and trade;
.,, g. passing on information and technology business to fellow protagonists and businessmen;
.,, h. managing education and training institutions for agriculture, forestry and fishery, and rural self-help for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
.,, i. implementing the learning process through pilot and development model of farmer for the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt;
.,, j. carry out independent study for problem solving and the development of business models, giving feedback, and technology studies; and, k.., monitoring the execution of counseling that is facilitated by the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt.
Article 18 Provisions on institutional Government guidance as mentioned in article 8 paragraph (2) be governed by regulation of the President.

The second part is the main Offender Institutional article 19.,, (1) the institutional protagonists consists of farmers, planters, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi of fish, as well as communities in and around the forest formed by the main perpetrators, both formal and informal.
.,, (2) Institutional as referred to in paragraph (1) has a function as a container, vehicle of learning teamwork, unit production facilities and infrastructure providers, units of production, processing and marketing units, as well as ancillary services unit.
., Institutional, (3) referred to in subsection (1) may take the form of the combined entity, group, Association, or Corporation.
., Institutional, (4) referred to in subsection (1) is facilitated and empowered by the Government and/or regional Governments in order to grow and develop into a strong and independent organization so that it is able to achieve the expected objectives of its members.
CHAPTER VI LABOR EXTENSION OFFICERS, article 20, (1) Outreach done by the extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS, private extension officers, extension officers and/or non-governmental.
.,, (2) the appointment and placement of extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS adjusted to your needs and available formation based on legislation.
.,, (3) the existence of private extension officers and extension officers are independently operated to meet the needs of the offender and the offender's main effort.
Clause 21.,, (1) the Government and the local governments improve the competence of extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS through education and training.
.,, (2) Government and local Government to facilitate the implementation of education and training for extension officers of private and non-governmental extension officers.
.,, (3) Increased competence of extension officers as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are based on standards, accreditation, as well as education and training pattern of extension officers who are regulated by ministerial regulation.
Section 22.,, (1) extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS is a functional officials arranged based on legislation.
.,, (2) over the extension officers duties of CIVIL SERVANTS can only be done when replaced with extension officers of the new CIVIL SERVANTS in accordance with the legislation.
CHAPTER VII is considered Part of ORGANIZING Outreach Programmes Article 23.,, (1) counselling Programmes are intended to provide direction, guidance, and tools governing the achievement of the goal of the extension.
.,, (2) Outreach Programme outreach programmes consist of villages or units of field work, the programme outreach programme outreach districts, district/city, province, and counselling programmes programme outreach nationwide.
.,, (3) counselling Programmes as referred to in paragraph (2) are arranged with attention to alignment and kesinergian extension programmes at every level.
.,, (4) counselling Programmes as referred to in paragraph (3) is endorsed by the head of the Hall extension, the head of the Agency's Implementing Guidance Kabupaten/Kota, head of the coordinating body of the extension of the province, or the head of Agency Guidance in accordance with the level of government administration.
.,, (5) the Programme extension villages referred to in subsection (2) are known by the villages.
Pasal 24.,, (1) Outreach Programme drawn up each year that contains the extension plan next year having regard to their respective budget cycle level include organizing and managing of resources as the basis for the execution of counseling.
.,, (2) counseling Programmes as referred to in paragraph (1) should be measurable, realistic, useful, and can be implemented and carried out in an integrated, participatory, transparent, accountable and democratic, is final.
Article 25 the provisions of the guidelines for preparing the programme extension set with regulation of the Minister.

The second part of the working Mechanisms and methods Article 26.,, (1) extension officers devise and execute the annual work plan based on programme guidance.
.,, (2) Counseling is conducted with a guided mentoring programmes as referred to in article 23, article 24 and article 25.
.,, (3) Counseling is done by using a participatory approach through the mechanisms and methods are tailored to the needs and conditions of the offender and the offender's main effort.
.,, (4) the provisions on the working mechanism and methods extension defined by regulation of the Minister, Governors, or Regents/mayors.
The third part Material Guidance article 27.,, (1) guidance Materials based on the needs and interests of the protagonists and actors attempt to pay attention to the benefit and sustainability of agricultural resources, fisheries, and forestry.
.,, (2) Guidance Material referred to in paragraph (1) contains elements of human resource development and the enhancement of social capital as well as the elements of the science, technology, information, economy, management, law, and the preservation of the environment.
Article 28.,, (1) Guidance Material in the form of a specific technology that will be delivered to the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt must get recommendations from government agencies, except the technology derived from traditional knowledge.
.,, (2) the Government Institution giver recommendations mandatory issue recommendations immediately after the testing process and administration are completed.
.,, (3) specific technologies as referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
.,, (4) the provisions concerning the grant of a recommendation referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (3) was carried out in accordance with the legislation.
The fourth part the role and cooperation Article 29 the Government and local Governments facilitate and encourage the participation of the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the effort in the execution of counseling.

Article 30.,, (1) collaboration extension can be done antarkelembagaan extension, either in vertical, horizontal or cross-cutting.
.,, (2) institutional cooperation between educational and extension of national, regional, and/or international can be done after the approval of the Minister.
.,, (3) the private extension officers and extension officers in conducting outreach to non-governmental protagonists and businessmen can coordinate with extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS.
CHAPTER VIII INFRASTRUCTURE article 31.,, (1) to enhance the institutional capacity of the extension and the performance of extension officers, required adequate facilities and infrastructure so that guidance can be held effectively and efficiently.
.,, (2) the Government, local authorities, institutional private counselling, self-help provides counselling and institutional facilities and infrastructure extension as referred to in paragraph (1).
., extension officers, (3) civil servants, private extension officers, extension officers and self-help can benefit from the infrastructure referred to in paragraph (2).
.,, (4) further Provisions concerning the utilization of infrastructure governed by regulation of the Minister, Governors, or Regents/mayors.
CHAPTER IX FINANCING Article 32.,, (1) to conduct effective and efficient extension required the availability of adequate financing to meet the costs of the extension.

.,, (2) sources of financing for education is provided through the STATE BUDGET, BUDGETS of either province or district/city, whether sectoral or cross-cutting, as well as other sources of legal and non-binding.
., Financing, (3) Counseling Office allowances relating to functional and operational costs of the profession, extension officers and civil servants, and infrastructure are sourced from STATE BUDGET, while financing the Organization of outreach in the province, kabupaten/kota, kecamatan, and village are sourced from a number of BUDGETS and allocation programmes adapted to the extension.
.,, (4) the number of allowances a functional term extension officers and professional CIVIL SERVANTS referred to in subsection (3) is based on the level of the position in accordance with the legislation.
.,, (5) in terms of outreach organised by private self-help extension officers and extension officers, pembiayaannya can be assisted by the Government and the local government.
Article 33 further Provisions regarding the financing of the extension as referred to in article 32 is set by government regulations.

CHAPTER X COACHING and SUPERVISION Article 34.,, (1) the Government is conducting a coaching and supervision against the extension held by either local governments or private or non-governmental.
.,, (2) coaching and supervision as referred to in subsection (1) done to the institutional organization of the workforce, and infrastructure, as well as the financing of the extension.
.,, (3) to carry out the construction and supervision of government extension officers on performance, facilitate the formation of professional organizations and extension officers code of ethics.
.,, (4) every extension officers who are members of professional organizations subject to the code of conduct extension officers.
.,, (5) Organization of the profession extension officers are obligated do coaching and supervision, including giving consideration towards members who do breach the code of conduct.
.,, (6) further Provisions concerning the construction and the supervision referred to in subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
CHAPTER XI PROVISIONS Article 35 PENALTIES.,, (1) any extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS that do outreach with the material specific technologies that haven't gotten the recommendations referred to in Article 28 paragraph (1) of the administrative sanctions imposed upon the staffing field regulations having regard to consideration of the Organization's code of ethics and the profession extension officers.
.,, (2) every official giver recommendations that do not comply with the provisions referred to in article 28 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) of the administrative sanctions imposed upon legislation field staffing.
.,, (3) any private extension officers who conduct outreach with the material specific technologies that haven't gotten the recommendations referred to in Article 28 paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties in the form of certificate revocation as extension officers having regard to consideration of the Organization's code of ethics and the profession extension officers.
.,, (4) every extension officers who conduct outreach with self help material specific technologies that haven't gotten the recommendations referred to in Article 28 paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties in the form of certificate revocation as extension officers, except self-help material technology sourced from traditional knowledge.
Article 36 any person and/or institutional guidance that do outreach with intentionally or due to negligence cause losses of social, economic, environmental and/or public health are convicted in accordance with the legislation.

CHAPTER XII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 37.,, (1) Organizing lectures which have been implemented before this Act and not in conflict with this law can still be carried out.
.,, (2) the implementation of the extension referred to in paragraph (1) was given the time adjustment the longest one (1) year from the date of enactment of this Act.
Article 38 Institutional Outreach Organizer at the central level, which had existed when the Act is enacted should already be adjusted within a period of not longer than 2 (two) years.

CHAPTER XIII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 39 by the time this law comes into force, all legislation in the field of education was declared still valid throughout does not contradict or have not been replaced by a new regulation based on this law.

Article 40 Regulations implementing this law should have set the longest one (1) year after the Act is enacted.

Article 41 this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Enacted in Jakarta, on November 15th, 2006 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on November 15th, 2006 MINISTER OF JUSTICE and HUMAN RIGHTS of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, HAMID AWALUDIN RI STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY No. 4660 (explanation of the 2006 State Gazette Number 92) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 16 in 2006 about the SYSTEM of AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FORESTRY, fishery, and i..,, unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 aimed, among others, embodies the general welfare and the intellectual life of the nation.
., Indonesia, as an agricultural country and marine has the third largest tropical forest in the world with a very high biological diversity. It is a capital base that is very important in boosting the national economy because it has been proven and tested that at a time of economic crisis that hit Indonesia in 1998, agriculture, fisheries, and forestry is able to contribute significantly at the national gross domestic product. Therefore, the people of Indonesia is obligated to give thanks to God Almighty upon the gift of biological natural resources, fertile soil, appropriate climate so that agriculture, fisheries, and forestry could become the backbone of the national economy.
.,, Planters, farmers, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi fish, and the communities in and around the area of the forest is a part of Indonesia so that society needs to be improved welfare and his intelligence. One such improvement efforts implemented through public awareness.
., Extension, agriculture, fishery, and forestry is a learning process for the main offender in order that they want and are able to help and organise themselves in accessing market information, technology, capital and other resources, in an effort to improve productivity, business efficiency, revenue, and kesejahteraannya, as well as raising awareness in preservation of environmental functions.
.,, In anticipation of a growing strategic environmental changes in the 21st century with the issues of globalization, decentralization, democratization, sustainable development, and needed a reliable human resources to realize the agricultural, fishery, and forestry are resilient, productive, efficient, and competitive power so that it can menyejahterakan all the people of Indonesia.
.,, To answer strategic environmental changes needed efforts to revitalize agricultural, fisheries, and forestry. The revitalization will be successful if it is supported among others by the agricultural extension system, fisheries, and forestry.
Extension system, as long as this has not been backed by strong legislation and complete so that less guarantee legal certainty as well as equity for main perpetrators, perpetrator of the attempt, and extension officers. These conditions cause differences of understanding and implementation among the public. In addition, any changes of legislation and policy guidance that so quickly has undercut the morale and performance of the extension officers so they can shake the food security and hinder the development of the national economy. The existing laws as long as it is still partial and not yet set up a system of guidance clearly, unequivocally, and complete. It can be seen in the following legislation:.,, l. Act No. 6 of 1967 of the staple provisions of animal husbandry and animal health;
., ,2. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity; 3. Act No. 12 of 1992 about the Cultivation System;., 4. Act No. 16 of 1992 about the Quarantine of animals, fish and plants; 5. Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food;

6. Act No. 23 of 1997 about the management of the environment;

7. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry;

8. Act No. 29 of the year 2000 on the protection of Plant Varieties;., .9. Act No. 18 of 2002 concerning the National System of research and development and application of science and technology; 10. Act No. 18 of 2004 concerning the estate;

11. Act No. 31 of 2004 regarding Fisheries;

12. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government.
.,, On the basis of these considerations, this Act regulates the system of education on agriculture, fishery, and forestry holistically and comprehensively in an integrated setting, matching between guidance institutional outreach conducted by Government, private, and institutional guidance institutional outreach to non-governmental protagonists and businessmen.

II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, quite clearly, is the '' outreach based on democracy "IE extension which was held with the mutual respect between the Government, local governments, and the protagonists as well as other businessmen.


The definition of "advising on the merits of" IE extension which must provide benefits for the value enhancement of the knowledge, skills and behavior change to increase productivity, earnings and well-being are the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt.

What is meant by "extension is based on the equivalence" i.e. the relationship between extension officers, protagonists and actors of the business which must be a partner.

The definition of "advising on the alignment" i.e. conducting extension implemented in integrated between the interests of the Government, the corporate world, and the community.

The definition of "advising on the balance" that every organization of extension should pay attention to the balance between policies, technological innovation with the wisdom of local communities, mainstreaming gender, balance resource utilization and environmental sustainability, and the balance between the developed areas with relatively still lags behind.

What is meant by "extension based on openness" i.e. conducting outreach performed openly among the main perpetrators and extension officers and businessmen.

What is meant by "extension based on cooperation", namely organization of extension should be held in a synergistic activities in agricultural development, fishery, and forestry as well as other sectors which is a common goal between the Government and the community.

What is meant by "extension is based on the participatory" i.e. conducting outreach to involve actively the main perpetrators and extension officers and businessmen since the planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation.

What is meant by "extension is based on partnership," namely the Organization of outreach carried out based on the principle of mutual appreciate, mutually beneficial, mutually reinforcing, and interdependence between the protagonists and actors of the business which facilitated by extension officers.

What is meant by "extension based on sustainability" i.e. conducting outreach with continuous efforts and continuous so that the knowledge, skills, and behaviour of the offender and the offender's main business is getting better and in accordance with the development so as to materialize the independence.

What is meant by "extension based on justice" that the Organization of the main perpetrators of the positioning of the extension and the businessmen are entitled to a proportionally in accordance with the Ministry's ability, condition, as well as the needs of the offender and the offender's main effort.

What is meant by "extension is based on the equitable" namely organization of extension should be implemented uniformly for the whole territory of the Republic of Indonesia, and all the layers of the main perpetrators and perpetrators of the attempt.

The definition of "advising on the charge of worship" that performance evaluation guidance is done by comparing the implementation has been done with the planning that has been created with a simple, measurable, achievable, rational, and its activities can be scheduled.

Section 3.,, is a "human resources development", among others, increased vigor, insight, intelligence, skills, as well as science and technology to form an independent personality.

What is meant by "improving social capital" among other things the formation of the group, the combined groups/associations, management, leadership, access to capital, and access to information.

The letter a.,, is quite clear. The letter b.,, is quite clear. The letters c, a, is a "decentralized" namely that the conduct of the Affairs of the household is an extension of the village or field work unit, district/city, and the province.

The definition of "participatory" namely that organizing outreach involves the main perpetrators ranging from planning, implementation, to evaluation.

The definition of "openness" that the Organization of outreach done by the principle of transparency so that it can be known by all the elements involved.

The definition of "keswadayaan" that the Organization of outreach done by giving priority to the ability of offender counseling alone.

The definition of "kemitrasejajaran" that the Organization of the extension is done based on the equivalence of the position between the main perpetrator, extension officers, and businessmen.

What is meant by "final responsible" that the performance evaluation of the extension is done by comparing the implementation has been done with the planning that has been created with a simple, measurable, achievable, rational, and its activities can be scheduled. D.,, is quite clear. The letter e., pretty clear, article 4, article 5, pretty clear., paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), the main targets of the agricultural extension, include planters, farmers, ranchers, both individuals and groups, and other businessmen.

The main goal of the extension of fisheries include fishermen, pembudi fish, fish processing power, either individuals or groups that conduct activities fisheries.

The main target of forestry extension includes the communities in and around forested areas, groups, or individual commodity Manager community resulting from forest areas. Paragraph (3), the definition of "young people and community leaders", that the younger generation and community leaders to pay attention to justice and gender equality.

Article 6, article 7, is clear enough, clear enough, article 8, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), Institutional, outreach at central level is the agency that handles the extension on any Department/Ministries responsible for agriculture, fisheries and forestry.

At the provincial level the shape Extension Coordination Board is responsible to the President through the Minister.

At the level of district/city shaped bodies implementing outreach responsible to the Regent/Mayor.

At the level of sub-shaped Porch Extension of agriculture, fishery and forestry which is responsible to the managing agency outreach Kabupaten/Kota. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5), in the rural extension programs, post is a container extension officers, civil servants and non-governmental as well as private extension officers protagonists and businessmen in the countryside as a place to discuss, plan, implement, and monitor the activities of the outreach.

Article 9, sufficiently clear, article 10, paragraph (1), the definition of "Commission of National Education" i.e. independent institutional as a partner of the Minister in giving recommendations relating to the extension. National Outreach Commission membership consists of experts and/or practitioners who have the expertise and care in the field of rural development or extension. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), it is pretty clear, article 11, paragraph (1), formed at the provincial level, the coordinating body of educational and extension activities as most are in the district/city, while in the province that more bodies are koordinatif. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), article 12, quite clearly, Commissioner for the Extension of the province is an independent institutional set up by Governor consisting of experts and practitioners or who have expertise and care in the field of rural development or extension.

Article 13., pretty clear, Article 14, the extension Commission, Kabupaten/Kota is an independent institutional formed by bupati/walikota consisting of experts and/or practitioners who have the expertise and care in the field of rural development or extension.

Article 15, article 16, clear enough, clear enough, article 17, Article 18, clear enough, clear enough, article 19, paragraph (1), the main perpetrators, institutional participatory basis in accordance with established agreements among farmers, planters, ranchers, fishermen, fish processors, power pembudi of fish, as well as communities in and around the forest.

Article 20, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), the terms of appointment extension officers civil servant should get priority by Government and local authorities to fullfill the needs of power extension officers civil servant. Paragraph (3), the definition of "independent nature" IE extension officers work up the will power yourself or for the costs of the institution/businessmen.

21. Article, quite obviously, section 22, paragraph (1), extension officers, civil servants earn equity requirements, level of functional Office allowances, Office, profession, benefits and retirement age. Subsection (2), Article 23 is quite clear., paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), extension Programmes, village or field work unit is composed by the main perpetrators and perpetrators effort facilitated by extension officers. Paragraph (3), the definition of "alignment", namely that the extension programmes arranged with attention to programme guidance level district level, district, provincial, and national levels, based on the needs of the offender and the offender's main effort.

The definition of "kesinergian" which is that the relationship between extension programmes at all levels have relationships that are mutually supportive.

The provisions of this paragraph is intended for all programme in tune and not in conflict between programmes in a variety of levels. Subsection (4),, is quite clear. Subsection (5), section 24, is clear enough, clear enough, Article 25, Article 26, is quite clear., paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4), the definition of "extension methods", among others, seminar, workshop, workshops, internships, comparative study, appointment, appointment technology, gatherings.

Article 27, Article 28, pretty clear., paragraph (1), the definition of "technology" can be either a product or process. The definition of "product" among other seedlings, seeds, tools and machines, materials, pesticides, drugs and animal/fish. The definition of "process" that the package of technologies, such as integrated crop management (ICM).


The definition of "specific technology" i.e. technology which is expected to be environmentally damaging, disturbing health and inner harmony of society, causing economic losses for the main perpetrators, perpetrator of the attempt, and the community. For example: genetic engineering technology, perbenihan technology and pest control technology of disease.

What is meant by "technology sourced from traditional knowledge" that a product or process that is found by the community and/or have been utilized widely in accordance with customary orally. Subsection (2), the definition "Government institution giver recommendations" is Minister or officials appointed by him. Paragraph (3).,, is quite clear. Subsection (4), Article 29 clearly, enough, clear enough, article 30, paragraph (1).,, is quite clear. Subsection (2), the definition of "working together" that cooperation starts from Frencana drafting, implementation up to monitoring the Organization of the extension. Paragraph (3), it is pretty clear, article 31, paragraph (1),.,, is quite clear. Paragraph (2).,, is quite clear. Paragraph (3), the provisions of this paragraph, meant that the extension officers either extension officers civil servants, private extension officers, extension officers and self-help can be mutually utilise the facilities and infrastructure that is owned. Subsection (4), Article 32, clear enough, clear enough, Article 33, concerning the extension of the financing Arrangement, among other minimum standards of operational costs, sources of financing, as well as allocation and distribution costs.

Standard minimum operating costs include: a. the fixed travel;.,, b. the cost of the equipment (raincoat, shoes field, and work clothes, the soil test kit); c. pilot costs and demonstrasiplot (demplot);

d. the cost of the preparation of guidance material;

e. the cost of preparation of the work plan.

Article 34, Article 35 is pretty obvious, pretty clear, Article 36, Article 37 is clear enough, clear enough, Article 38, Article 39, clear enough, clear enough, article 40, Article 41, it is quite clear, quite clearly.