Responsible and Sustainable Indonesian Palm Oil Plantation (RESBOUND), is a three years project collaboration between Indonesian Civil Society Organizations and European Union. The project targeting village communities in and around palm oil plantation. The communities consist of labors, youth, women, smallholder farmers, village leaders and village facilitators-that located in 10 villages of Kapuas Hulu District in West Kalimantan Province, and 10 villages of three District (Langkat; Serdang Bedagai; Deli Serdang) in North Sumatera Province. RESBOUND project implementation is involving PENABULU Foundation, PKPA, and lead by ICCO Cooperation.
Aim of this project is to strengthen available multi-stakeholder partnership dialogues to contribute in realizing decent rural living of smallholder far mers and workers on large palm oil plantation through the formulation of Community and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCSR), as means to better use government village funds and companies’ CSR. CCSR would also serve as means to better use UNGPs in the palm oil sector at grassroots level.
This program is supported by European Commission (EC) and Civic Engagement Allionce (CEA), with total funding support of EUR 178.158