1. Conflict Mitigation/Resolution
2. Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
3. Participatory Inventory of Natural Resources (PINS)
4. Market Analysis of Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs)
5. Participatory Mapping
6. Participatory Development Planning (LFA, RMB, ZOPP)
7. Strategic Planning Development (Renstra)
8. Social Forestry
9. Socio-Cultural Environment
10. RRA, PRA, PAR, PREM
11. Gender Analysis
12. Village Data Analysis
13. Land Tenure and Customary Institutions Issues

1. Supporting Faculty of Forestry undergraduate and graduate programs at UNMUL in Social Forestry and in the development and teaching of the new Social Forestry Study Concentration (Major).
2. Initiating the “Strengthening Decentralization and Devolution of Forest Resource Management in East Kalimantan” programme by implementing research in local forest management practices and existing forest resource management regulations; by recommending alternative schemes for forest resource management suitable for local socio-cultural and ecological contexts; by developing decentralization training at Provincial and District levels; by developing criteria and indicators for monitoring and evaluation of decentralization implementation.
3. Assisting 5 village communities in West Kutai District to better manage their forests, by gradually implementing the collaboratively developed Village Action Guidelines (VAG).
4. Developing a series of necessary regulations for the implementation of the District Community Forestry Programme and in the implementation of the District Policy Guidelines (DPG).
5. Participating in base research to provide inputs for the Management Plan of the Gunung Lumut Protected Forest.
6. Participating in the Forest Conservation Project (FCP) to develop alternative scenarios toward Sustainable Forest Societies (SFS).
7. Developing detailed village profiles and data banks.
8. Consulting with industry to harmonize community-company interface and enhance mutual respect and cooperation.

1. Providing education and training in Social Forestry to UNMUL faculty members and students, to the public and private sector organizations in order to gain basic skills and knowledge of Social Forestry and related disciplines.
2. Conducting research in Social Forestry to better understand issues related to the sustainability of forests and impact on communities.
3. Assisting local communities to better manage their forests and forest resources for their own benefits and all at once benefits to other stakeholders.
4. Assisting government, private companies, and other organizations to formulate policies and develop community programs that lead to effective management and sustainability of the forests and mutual benefits to all forest stakeholders.
5. Building up networking and fostering good relationships, collaborations and partnerships with related institutions, agencies, forest communities, and other forest stakeholders through both direct contacts and other possible means

Visi UPT. Perhutanan Sosial (CSF)
Menjadi Pusat Unggulan (Center of Excellence) dalam bidang Perhutanan Sosial dan sebagai katalisator akademik pemanfaatan dan pengelolaan hutan tropis secara bijak demi terciptanya masyarakat hutan lestari (Sustainable Forest Society) serta berkurangnya dampak negative perubahan iklim, khususnya di Kalimantan Timur.

Misi UPT.Perhutanan Sosial (CSF)
Mengembangkan pendidikan dan pelatihan, penelitian dan pengembangan kebijakan, kerjasama dengan parapihak dan pelayanan informasi dalam bidang Perhutanan Sosial, menjawab isu-isu konflik sumber daya, pembangunan daerah dan perubahan iklim serta tuntutan yang semakin meningkat terhadap perlunya sistem pengelolaan hutan lestari, demi kesejahteraan masyarakat di sekitar hutan, dengan manfaat yang dapat dinikmati bersama oleh parapihak yang terlibat dan mengurangi perubahan iklim.

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