Tilbage

Capacity building for improved livelihoods and recognition of rights for the indigenous Dayak Wehea Tribe

Organisation:

Orangutang Fonden/Save the Orangutan

Pulje:

Civilsamfundspuljen

Bevillingstype:

Projekt C (0,5 - 1 mio)

Projekt start:

14.09.2016

Projekt slut:

15.07.2018

Beviliget beløb:

707.826,00 kr.

Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:

  • Indonesia

Lokale partnere:

  • Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation

Overordnede mål :

The indigenous peoples of the Dayak Wehea tribe have gained empowerment and are better able to achieve their rights, resulting in sustainable livelihood strategies and improved welfare.

Umiddelbare mål :

• Immediate objective 1: On the 15th of July 2018, the Dayak Wehea people have been strengthened as a tribe through increased organization, skills and knowledge and they are making use of this capacity to advocate their rights to land and forest resources. • Immediate objective 2: On the 15th of July 2018, a minimum of 75 men and women in the three target communities have gained increased knowledge and capacity to engage in sustainable income-generating activities, and are using this to diversify their income sources and decrease their dependency of oil palm companies. • Immediate objective 3: On the 15th of July 2018, the staff and organization of BOSF-RHO has increased practical experiences and knowledge of community development in the specific working area, and lessons-learned are transferred into their overall community development program, to increase the success-rate and spill-over effects of projects for the benefit of the local people.

Målgrupper :

Primary target group: The three indigenous communities of Bea Nehas, Diaq Lay and Dea Beq from the Dayak Wehea tribe consisting of a total of 735 households with 2020 individuals (1067 male, 953 female). They have a strong cultural identity and practice their adat traditions and customs, which is centered on rice cultivation and cooperation between the people, as well as protection and worship of the forest and natural resources. This traditional belief system is mixed with their official religion of which the majority are Roman Catholic (94.8% in Bea Nehas; 69% in Diaq Lay and 86.7% in Dea Beq), while the remaining population is Protestants or Muslim. Secondary target group: The Dayak Wehea Institution, which represents the three primary communities as well as the three neighbouring Dayak communities of Nehas Leah Bing (1375 households), Long Wehea (550 households) and Jak Luay (387 households). In addition, the secondary target group consists of the BOSF-RHO staff and organization.

Resume:

Det ansøgte projekt har til formål at styrke den oprindelige befolkning af stammen Dayak Wehea gennem øget organisering, viden og kapacitet til at advokere og gøre krav på deres rettigheder til land og skovressourcer, samt til at engagere sig i bæredygtige levestrategier og øge deres velfærd gennem mindsket afhængighed af de omkringliggende oliepalme-, mine- og tømmerselskaber. Projektet er baseret på resultaterne af en joint finalization udarbejdet i oktober 2015 og retter sig primært mod tre landsbyer i Øst Kalimantan, Indonesisk Borneo.