ARSIP

Category: IMPACT

Impact in Riau

We trained conservation clerics across Indonesia since 2008 at least totally 600. In Riau, Sumatra 85 clerics trained and in Rimbang Baling landscape = 60 clerics and other areas such Papua, Kalimantan and Java. (see map )
At the end of the training session we always asked a commitment of actions for their deliver to reach their communities.
The commitment of imam training from 40 clerics and pesantren teacher in Riau, was planned in 2018 would be reached to : 156 .910 for up to three years. However in real reach up to one year (2019) after training, the total number of people outreached by clerics were 20.819 people with the activities of Friday sermons, community meetings, as well as teaching in schools. To analyze the impact of training activities, a monitoring was conducted in mid-Mei 2020, aset of questionnaire consists of 10 questions of sermon activities, numbers of outreach and impacts sent to 34 respondents in Rimbang Baling that reachable by WA group. 17 respondents respond to answer, while others did not answer as they were unreachable by phone or WAG. Most of the clerics said that there were some changes in community understanding of protecting the environments as people began to understand that endangered animals are living things like humans who have children and families, there is compassion for hurting other creatures, and the perceived impact if nature is damaged.

Peatland Clerics
Together with the Peatland Restoration Agency and Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI), we trained up to 340 imam they are come from South Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan , West Kalimantan, Jambi, South Sumatra and Riau. They will reach million of their communities and spreading the word regarding Islam and conservation of environmental ethics. For example from the training in Kalimantan, we record 82,119, and in Sumatra: 1,508,240 people.

However in Seruyan District, from our training to 26 clerics, we record a commitment to reach up to 1,9 million for three years.

August 4, 2020

The Green Hajj Guide for Hajj and Umrah

The Center for Islamic Studies in partnership with Global One, UK and Alliance of Religions and Conservation with support of Directorate General of Hajj
May 3, 2020

Nature Conservation Training for Clerics (Imams)

We trained conservation clerics across Indonesia since 2006 (lead by Dr Fachruddin Mangunjaya),  at least totally 600. In Indonesia, the training conducted Aceh, South
March 3, 2020

Training for Peatland Restoration Clerics

In collaboration  with the Peatland Restoration Agency (BRG) and Indonesian Council of Ulama (MUI), we trained  up to 340 imam they are  come from