Forest recovery, biodiversity, Ikat weavings and livelihoods.
The People Resources and Conservation Foundation (PRCF) has been operating in Indonesia as an international non-governmental organization since 1996. It was the first Country Program to exist in the PRCF Federation. From the outset of our activities, West Kalimantan, in the heart of Borneo, has been the geographical scope of PRCF Indonesia. We have worked here particularly in partnership with local Dayak people. They live within landscapes holding degraded grassland habitats, protected areas, and remnant forest areas in the Sintang, Kapuas Hulu, and Bengkayang districts. We are particularly concerned with the conservation of natural resources, and with searching and carrying out activities that link protection of natural resources with the attainment of sustainable livelihoods. In doing so, we have also become aware of the need to strengthen local institutional capacities and of the importance of revitalizing ethnic cultural arts and identities.
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