The development of reforestation programs in Indon
By Andi Asriadi Rauf - Leader of PUSPEM Foundation
The development of reforestation programs in Indonesia
Planting 1 billion trees program (One Man One Tree) have been socialized to community organizations and NGO's that concern with green issues in Indonesia. Billions of trees had been planted, now the trees have aged 3 months to 2 years. We are very grateful that the trees we have planted 80% can be grown successfully, the rest die because eaten by animals and the influence of erratic weather. But this can be considered successful because the trees have grown well.
Supri one of our volunteers say the program of planting 1 billion trees have been going well, just that there are several constraints faced by officers in implementing this program, among others; 1. tree planting land itself has been turned into housing, plantations, rice fields and farm location. 2. Erratic climate changes 3. The existence of irresponsible person who is selling the trees to the company or individuals
Some of the locations that we can have up to date can not be the trees we planted because budget constraints in the program.
We hope to remedy the donors can continue to provide assistance so that the program can be implemented with the maximum.
In addition we also wish to express to the donors so that the program can implemented well though gradually.
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Project Leader: Andi Asriadi Rauf
Leader of Puspem Foundation
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