FOOD ESTATE PROJECT

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FOOD ESTATE PROJECT by Mind Map: FOOD ESTATE PROJECT

1. Threaten local food security

2. COMMODITIES

2.1. Horticulture

2.2. Poultry

2.3. Rice

2.4. Corn

2.5. Soya

2.6. Pigs

2.7. Cows

3. Institution Positioning

3.1. PRO

3.2. CONS

3.2.1. Indonesian Farmers Union (SPI),

3.2.2. WALHI

3.2.3. AMAN

3.2.4. ICEL

4. Corporation Interests

4.1. National Corp

4.1.1. Indofood; Calbe Wing, Agro Sejahtera

5. Critical Issues

5.1. The government has put the defense minister in charge of part of the program and enlisted the military to assist, raising the prospect of a crackdown on civilian opposition to the program

5.2. potential for land disputes to arise from the program.

5.3. Less updated data and information regarding the plan

5.4. The food estate program relies on large investments from agribusiness and involves planting monoculture crops on a massive scale,

5.5. Potentially has environmental impact, since most of the land are on peat and intact forest

5.6. Generates indigenous people conflict

6. Country Interest

6.1. EMIRATES ARAB UNION

6.2. CHINA

7. IMPACT TO CAMPAIGN

7.1. FOOD SYSTEM

7.2. AMR CAMPAIGN

7.3. BETTER CHICKEN COMMITMENT

8. Financial Institution

8.1. World Bank

8.2. IMF

8.3. Asia Development Bank

8.4. CITIIGROUP

9. The potential for food estate development in Central Kalimantan is 164,598 ha, consisting of 85,456 ha of functional or intensified land and 79,142 ha of functional or extended land. Meanwhile, the land to be worked on in 2020 is 30,000 ha, and is spread over 20,000 ha in Kapuas Regency and 10,000 ha in Pulang Pisau Regency.

10. GOVERNANCE

10.1. Using Ministry of Defense as the LEAD SECTOR

10.2. Using Govertment Corporation to run the project -- PT AGRI NASIONAL (AGRI NAS)

10.3. Peraturan Menteri (Permen) Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan (LHK) Nomor P.24/MENLHK/SETJEN/KUM.1/10/2020 tentang Penyediaan Kawasan Hutan untuk Pembangunan Food Estate.

11. NEW UPDATE/SITUATION

11.1. PRESIDENT URGED THE IMPLEMENTATION END BY 2021

11.2. THERE'RE STILL LOT OF ISSUES ON LAND MANAGEMENT FROM LOCAL GOVT

11.3. NO CLUE ON HOW THE PLAN WILL BE EXECUTING, including MAN POWER-FARMERS

11.4. STILL HAS LAND DISPUTED WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

11.5. STILL NEED TO RELEASE A FOREST STATED AREA BECOME AGRICULTURE AREA TO OBTAIN THE LAND REQUISITION

11.6. Govt has plan to have million hectares of Soya for local consumption