Stakeholders Analysis on the Management of Danau Sentarum National Park Kapuas Hulu Regency, West Kalimantan

Emi Roslinda, Dudung Darusman, Didik Suharjito, Dodik Ridho Nurrochmat

Abstract

Danau Sentarum National Park (DSNP) is one protected area having vital roles in supporting the community livelihood of Kapuas Hulu Regency and West Kalimantan Province. Unfortunately, its presence is currently threatened due to various activities and overlapping interests. Hence, the management of DSNP could not be carried out by a single institution, requiring the support of other institutions. A possible approach was to conduct Stakeholders Analysis. This study analyzed stakeholders interests on DSNP management. The study was conducted in DSNP and respondents were selected using snowball sampling. There were 18 stakeholders identified as being involved in the management of DSNP of which 5 were classified as subject, 1 as key player, 6 as context setter, and 6 as crowd. There were 3 relationships between each stakeholder that were identified, that of conflict, complementary, and cooperation. Generally, the identified stakeholders played roles consistent with their main tasks and function. However, to better manage DSNP, synchronization among stakeholders was still necessary.

Authors

Emi Roslinda
eroslinda71@gmail.com (Primary Contact)
Dudung Darusman
Didik Suharjito
Dodik Ridho Nurrochmat
RoslindaE., DarusmanD., SuharjitoD., & NurrochmatD. R. (1). Stakeholders Analysis on the Management of Danau Sentarum National Park Kapuas Hulu Regency, West Kalimantan. Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 18(2), 78-85. Retrieved from https://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jmht/article/view/6033

Article Details

Risk Management Literacy Level among Oil Palm Smallholders in Malaysia

Mohd Hafizuddin Syah Bangaan Abdullah, Amira Azmi, Rubayah Yakob, Hendon Redzuan
Abstract View : 110
Download :148

Public Perceptions on the Importance of Ecosystem Services From Vulnerable Forest: A Case Study of Ampang Forest Reserve, Selangor, Malaysia

Mei Yin Gai, Muhammad Luqman Hassan, Arlixcya Vinnisa Anak Empidi, Umi Farishaanum Juraimi,...
Abstract View : 113
Download :151

Identifying Important Areas for the Release of Five Endemic Species in a Mountainous Landscape: Inference from Spatial Modeling Techniques

Dede Aulia Rahman, Misbah Satria Giri, Ahmad Munawir, Jacqueline L Sunderland-Groves
Abstract View : 100
Download :136