Analisis Pemangku Kepentingan dalam Upaya Pemulihan Ekosistem Daerah Tangkapan Air Danau Toba (Stakeholder Analysis on Ecosystem Restoration of Lake Toba Catchment Area)

Leti Sundawati, S Sanudin

Abstract

Increasing population and exploitation of Toba Lake catchment area had caused environmental degradation. Various institutions attempt to rehabilitate the area, including Ministry of Forestry through the ITTO project. The project aims to gather all stakeholders of restoration of Toba Lake catchment area ecosystem and facilitate them to exchange knowledge and information, so that they could have same understanding and build a network. This study was conducted in 3 districts, i.e. Samosir, Simalungun, and Karo. The respondents were selected using snowball sampling. The data was analyzed using stakeholder mapping. The study shows that key stakeholders of Lake Toba catchment area ecosystem restoration are government institutions which their role and functions are still limited according their main tasks  which hindered  synergic activities among them. There are potential conflict and collaboration among stakeholders which should be managed for the benefit of the project.     


Authors

Leti Sundawati
leti_sunda@yahoo.com (Primary Contact)
S Sanudin
Author Biographies

Leti Sundawati

Departemen Manajemen Hutan, Fakultas Kehutanan IPB, Bogor

S Sanudin

Balai Penelitian Kehutanan Aek Nauli, Kabupaten Simalungun, Sumatera Utara
SundawatiL., & SanudinS. (1). Analisis Pemangku Kepentingan dalam Upaya Pemulihan Ekosistem Daerah Tangkapan Air Danau Toba (Stakeholder Analysis on Ecosystem Restoration of Lake Toba Catchment Area). Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 15(3), 102-108. Retrieved from https://jurnal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jmht/article/view/3247

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