Stakeholders Engagement

Building collaboration between parties is indeed a big challenge that needs extra attention. This extra attention is manifested by intensive communication and dialogue to provide an adequate understanding of development activities around them.

Communication has always been the main challenge in building cooperation between parties. It is important for stakeholders to have a good foundation for communication between parties. The meaning of the communication itself is to clarify commitments and build a shared commitment toward responsible management of the area. Understanding between parties, background and development goals of a region is some of the things that are always important in building understanding and common shared goals.

Building communication between parties is a big challenge in natural resource management. The development process requires trust among parties who have an interest in building just resources management to achieve shared goals.

The management of natural resources, especially forests, adheres to the principle of communication that involves the interests of many parties. This type of multistakeholder involvement usually covers a wide territory, and various stakeholder roles are important things that need to be considered properly.

Therefore In the context of forestry development, the village community around the forest is an important part that needs to receive adequate attention and guidance so that they understand the background of the activities around them.

Many local people do not fully understand the activities around them. These activities if carried out by the private sector need to take time to provide a better understanding to local communities.

Natural resource management is not only the interests of industry or the private sector related to their economy but also social challenges in promoting development that is environmentally and socially sound.

Currently, many parties are aware of their role and understand in contributing to the management of natural resources. Indigenous peoples, for example, have received a lot of information about their rights and obligations and they will consciously build partnerships.

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