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Although Indonesia has various policy initiatives designed to encourage smallholder forestry, it has not yet achieved its potential. For example, the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) has the goal of supporting local communities to establish 12.7 million hectares (ha) of forests on state land by 2019, yet recent estimates indicate that only 15% of this target has been achieved. Not all districts, nor households within a district, have the same interest or potential to invest in forestry. Aggregated national-level data can mask the variability in household income, making it difficult to tailor national policies to be effective for rural development.Anggota :
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