Regulation Of The Minister Of Forestry Number P. 29/menhut-Ii/2013 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kehutanan Nomor P.29/MENHUT-II/2013 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 703, 2013 REGULATION MINISTRY of FORESTRY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER p. 29/Menhut-II/1995 CONCERNING the GUIDELINES of a FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES ALONG with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of FORESTRY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that based on Act No. 16 of 2006 about the system Extension of agriculture, fishery and forestry, one of the purposes of setting the system extension that is empowering the main perpetrators and perpetrators of efforts in improved skills through the creation of a conducive business climate growth, motivation, development potential, the giving opportunities, and increased awareness, mentoring and facilitation;
b. that the main perpetrators of the accompaniment and businessmen in forestry development activities needed to enhance the success and sustainability of forestry development as well as the independence and well-being of the community;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to establish the regulation of the Minister of Forestry of Forestry development activities Mentoring Guidelines;
Remember: 1. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1990, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3419);
2. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3888) as amended by Act No. 19 of 2004 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 86 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4412);
3. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as it has been modified several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844);
4. Act No. 16 of 2006 about the system of agricultural extension, fisheries and forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 92 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4660);
5. Government Regulation number 6 in 2007 about the grammar of the forest and the preparation of forest management Plans as well as the utilization of the forest (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 22 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4696), as amended by regulation of the Government No. 3 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 16 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4815);
6. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance Provincial district/city (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737);
7. Government Regulation Number 43 in 2009 about the financing, Construction and supervision of agricultural extension, fisheries and forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 87 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5018);
8. The decision of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform Number 130/Youth-II/2002 on the functional Position of forestry extension officers and figures her credit;
9. The decision of the Minister of forestry Number SK 132/Menhut-II/2004 concerning general guidelines Extension Forestry 10. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number P. 49/Menhut-II/2008 about the forest Villages as amended by regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 14/Menhut-II/2010;
11. Regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 40/Menhut-II/2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of forestry (Republic Indonesia in 2010 Number 405) as amended by regulation of the Minister of forestry Number P. 33/Menhut-II/2012 (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2012 Number 779);
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of FORESTRY of FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES MENTORING GUIDELINES.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation, the definition of: 1. The extension of forestry is a 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.
2. Mentoring is the extension activities are conducted on an ongoing basis on the development of forestry activities to increase the success and sustainability of forestry development as well as the keberdayaan and the welfare of society.
3. the Companion is a forestry extension officers civil servant (PNS) Forestry extension officers, Ngos (PKSM), Private Forestry extension officers and others who are appointed to do the mentoring activities of the forestry development in accordance with their competencies.
4. Institutional development of forestry is the organizer of the governmental, private, State-owned enterprises (SOEs), the area owned enterprises (BUMD), Privately owned enterprises (BUMS) and other parties doing forestry and development activities involve public participation.
5. Forest protection is the effort to prevent and limit the damage to forests, forest areas and forest products, which is caused by human action, cattle, fires, power-the power of nature, pests and diseases, and to defend and safeguard the rights of the individual, society and State over forests, forest area, forest products, investment as well as the device that is associated with forest management.
6. The utilization of the forest is an activity to exploit forest areas, utilizing environmental services, utilizing forest products wood and not wood as well as picking up forest products wood and timber optimally and not fair to the well-being while maintaining preserved.
7. forest and land Rehabilitation is an effort to restore, maintain, and improve the function of forests and land so that power support, productivity and its role in supporting the system buffer life stay awake.
8. forest Reclamation is an attempt to fix or restore the land and vegetation damaged forests in order to function optimally in accordance with the allocation.
9. Forest conservation is a forest area with particular characteristics that have a principal function of preserving the diversity of plants and animals and their ecosystems.
10. Jungle treks are hereinafter referred to as the State forest is Judg. exploiting primarily aimed at empowering communities.
11. Nurseries are hereinafter referred to as the people of KBR are nurseries run by community groups through the creation of various types of procurement of seeds/plants or plants/forests and versatile (MPTS) that pembiayaannya can be sourced from Government or non government funds.
12. Jungle village that hereafter HD is the State forest that have not been burdened permission/rights managed by village and utilized for the welfare of the village.
13. Forest plants of the hereafter is HTR plant forests on forest production built by community groups to enhance the potential and quality of production forests by applying silvikultur in order to guarantee the sustainability of forest resources.
14. The Model conservation villages hereinafter called MDK is the Foundation of the model village in an attempt to empower communities in and around the forest conservation with attention to aspects of the social, economic, cultural and other aspects and will become an example in empowerment elsewhere.
15. 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.
16. Trade is an individual citizen of Indonesia or the Corporation formed under the laws of Indonesia who manage farms, fisheries, and forestry.
17. the forestry extension officers are civil servants who are given the task, responsibilities, authority and rights in full by the competent authority to conduct forestry extension.
18. NGOs forestry extension officers hereafter PKSM is self-help extension officers who are members of society and actively play a role carrying out forestry outreach efforts in order to support the development of forestry.
19. private forestry extension officers are extension officers who come from the business world and/or institutions that have competence in the field of counseling.
Article 2 (1) mentoring guidelines for forestry development activities are intended as a reference for the institution of the organizers of the extension and development of forestry institutions organizers both in the Center as well as the region in planning and implementing forestry development activities of accompaniment.
(2) the guidelines accompanying forestry development activities aimed at giving directions in preparing and enhancing the capacity of the community at the level of the tread in order to participate actively in the development of forestry activities, so as to increase the success and sustainability of forestry development as well as the independence and well-being of the community.
Article 3 (1) forestry development activities include Mentoring activities that involve the participation of the community in the field of: a. the grammar of forests and the preparation of forest management plans;

b. utilization of the forest and use of forest areas;

c. rehabilitation and reclamation of forests; and d. forest protection and nature conservation.
(2) the activities referred to in subsection (1) include the participatory mapping, Judg., HTR, HD, RHL, KBR, the people's Forest Partnership, MDK, forest fire prevention, buffer areas, development and environmental services.
CHAPTER II POWER COMPANION Part One General article 4

(1) escort Personnel development activities of forestry consists of: a. a forestry extension officers of CIVIL SERVANTS;

b. Private Forestry extension officers;

c. Forestry extension officers Ngos;

d. other Personnel who have the competency to do the mentoring.
(2) forestry extension officers escort Personnel CIVIL SERVANTS can come from: a. Institutional organizers extension forestry district/city;

b. the service managing the forestry district/city;

c. UPT the Ministry of forestry.
(3) other Personnel referred to in paragraph (1) letter d can come from NGOs, foundations, colleges or individual.
The second part of the duties and functions of the Workforce of the companion article 5 companion Energy forestry development activities as referred to in article 4 has a duty: a. move and motivate the public to actively participate in the development of forestry activities in its territory so that forestry development activities can be managed properly; b. conducting technical guidance implementation of forestry development activities;

c. facilitate the strengthening of the institutional community groups;
d. help communities develop the capacity to be able to tackle effectively the problems faced in the development of forestry activities on its territory;
e. facilitating community groups in accessing market information, technology, partnerships, capital and other resources in the development of forestry activities on its territory; f. facilitating sustainable forest management activities and ongoing committed by community groups; and g. made a written report each semester to the institutions that define it as a companion effort with copy institutional organizers extension forestry province and kabupaten/kota as well as original work unit Companion.
Article 6 in carrying out the tasks referred to in article 5, energy forestry development activities has counterpart functions as: a. edukator in providing education to the community by providing space for the development of the thinking and creativity of the community to actively study and practice on the basis of consciousness growing from the inside;
b. motivator in fostering and developing the confidence of society, through business development, environmental conservation, building groups, fostering capital, and saving;
c. the facilitator by providing facilitation to streamline activities, through discussion groups, training, consultancy or technical assistance;
d. dinamisator in encouraging community and to conduct activities in accordance with the required by the community;
e. inspirator in conveying information and innovation with regard to legislation, knowledge, and technology;
f. counsellors in providing guidance and an alternative solution of problems encountered in the community forestry development activities related to the technical aspects of the social, cultural and economic;
g. a mediator between people and groups with technical agencies, financial institutions, business partners in the framework of forestry development activities; and/or h.  advokator community in the resolution of a dispute or conflict areas.

The third part of the Ordinance Accompanying Personnel Assignment Paragraph 1 Escort Personnel Assignment Of Forestry extension officers and CIVIL SERVANTS PKSM article 7 determination of the accompanying power derived from forestry extension officers and CIVIL SERVANTS PKSM, done through: a. the institution of forestry development activities organizers delivered a petition for power needs a companion plan development activities of forestry in the region work to institutional organizers extension forestry kabupaten/kota, enclosed with details of the activities and location of activities;
b. based on power complementary needs plan as referred to in letter a, institution organizers extension forestry district/city do pencermatan, which includes: 1) the availability of the amount of power; forestry extension officers

2) suitability of the working area with the location of forestry extension officers of the proposed activities.
c. institutional organizers extension forestry district/city coordinates the result pencermatan as stated on the letter b with instances of forestry development activities organiser, and then deliver the proposed forestry extension officers power of CIVIL SERVANTS and/or PKSM to be assigned as an escort;
d. forestry development activities organisers institutions establish appropriate escort personnel proposal referred to the letter c. Paragraph 2 the determination of the Power of the private Forestry extension officers of the Companion article 8 determination of the accompanying power comes from private forestry extension officers carried through: a. STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, and the development of forestry set organizers BUMS extension officers as an escort private forestry development activities in the area of work;
b. STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, and forestry development providers can be BUMS in cooperation with NGOs and other parties in the development of forestry activities with the accompaniment of financing from STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, and BUMS;
c. results of the determination referred to in letter a and letter b submitted to the institution of the organizers of the kabupaten/kota level counselling;
Paragraph 3 Escort Personnel Assignment From other parties article 9 (1) in terms of the amount of power an escort of forestry extension officers or civil servants, Private Forestry PKSM extension officers referred to in article 7 and article 8 does not suffice, then the institution of forestry development organizer can assign another party as power companion;
(2) the results of the determination of the companion of the other party referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the institution of forestry extension organiser kabupaten/kota with copy to the institution of the provincial forestry extension providers.
Part four Escort Personnel education and training article 10 (1) forestry extension officers, extension officers PKSM civil servants, Private Forestry and other parties who are assigned as an escort before carrying out the activities of the accompaniment given education and training;
(2) the education and training referred to subsection (1) is carried out by the Forestry education and training institutions or vocational education and training are certified;
(3) the Forestry education and training institutions can cooperate with institutes of forestry development providers;
(4) education and training institutions that are certified as mentioned in paragraph (2) in organizing education and training accompaniment based on the curriculum set by the Forestry education and Training Center.
CHAPTER III COACHING and SUPERVISION article 11 (1) the institution of forestry development activities organizers and organizers extension forestry obligatory coaching and supervision against labor companion;
(2) the construction and the supervision referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the giving guidance;

b. training;

c. referral; and d. supervision.
(3) the institution of forestry and construction activities Organizer institutions forestry extension providers perform coordination in the construction and supervision of holds as referred to in paragraph (2).
(4) the result of coaching and supervision as referred to in paragraph (3) were reported each year to the P2SDM forestry and Echelon I Ministry of forestry related.
CHAPTER IV FINANCING article 12 (1) the institution of a mandatory forestry development providers to allocate financing for the activities of mentoring (2) Financing forestry development activities of mentoring as referred to in paragraph (1) sourced from: a. budget revenues and expenditures of the State;

b. income and budget shopping area; and c. other sources through the development of forestry institutions organizers.
Article 13 (1) the financing of forestry development activities accompaniment as mentioned in article 12 paragraph (1) is allocated for energy, among others, include the cost of: a. incentive;

b. transport assistance;

c. facilitation of community gatherings, and d. strengthening the institutional community.
(2) in addition to the financing as referred to in paragraph (1), the institution of forestry development providers can allocate costs to education and training for escort.
(3) the magnitude of the cost of each component referred to in paragraph (1) refers to the standard costs which have been set out in the legislation.
Chapter V CLOSING clause 14 of this Ministry of Forestry Regulations come into force on the date of promulgation.

In order for the cognizance, ordering the Minister of forestry Regulation is enacted by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on May 13, 2013, the INDONESIAN MINISTRY of FORESTRY ZULKIFLI HASAN Enacted in Jakarta on May 15, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();