Performance Evaluation of Peat Degradation Control
Directorate of Peat Degradation Control, Directorate General for Pollution and Environmental Degradation Control has the task of carrying out the formulation and implementation of policies, technical guidance, and evaluation of technical guidance in the field of control degradation to peat ecosystems, including peat ecosystems protection and management, includes inventory and mapping, determination of functions, preparation and designation of protection and management plans, prevention and preservation, mitigation and recovery pollution and degradation, and monitoring of pollution and degradation to the peat ecosystem.
Based on the Strategic Goals listed in the 2015-2019 Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) Strategic Plan, the goal of Directorate General for Environmental Pollution and Degradation Control in 2015 - 2019 is the preservation and improvement of environmental quality through controlling of pollution and comprehensive environmental degradation. From this goal, then it is translated into an indicator of program goals and objectives. The objective indicators related to the Directorate of Peat Degradation Control are the achievement of the recovery of the peatland ecosystem, with the program's goal being to reduce the level of peat degradation. From this, then it revealed to be a program indicator in the form of the recovery of Peat Ecosystem and the increasing proportion of the number of concession companies in the peat ecosystem which increased its water management performance.
Performance Achievement of Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2016
In 2016, Directorate of Peat Degradation Control has a performance target which is to improve the quality of peatland management with 4 (four) performance indicators: (1) The recovered area of degraded peatland outside the forest area; (2) The number of peat ecosystems mapped by the peat hydrological unit; (3) The number of peat ecosystems designated as a protection function; and (4) Peatland monitored for quality status increases every year.
From the results of measurements, the average achievement of performance of the Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2016 reached 133,33 %. The high performance achievement was triggered by the high realization of performance in 2016 on all performance indicators with a performance percentage reaching more than equal to 100 %. In detail can be seen in the following table 1.
Table 1. Performance Achievements of Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2016
|Target||Performance Indicators||Targets in 2016||Achievements in 2016||% Performance Achievements|
|Increased quality of peatland management peatland||1. Restoration of degraded peatland outside forest area||150 Ha||2.870 Ha||150|
|2. Mapping of peat ecosystems hydrological unit||3 KHG||8 KHG||150|
|3. Number of peat ecosystems designated as a protection function||5 KHG||5 KHG||100|
|4. Increasing of peatland monitored quality status every year||3 KHG||4 KHG||133,33|
Some activities carried out by Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2016 can be illustrated through the following figure.
|Figure 1. Construction of Canal Blocking|
|Figure 2. Survey of Peat Ecosystem Characteristics Inventory, measuring the depth of peat with Peat Drill (left) and Measurement of Coordinates with GPS and Water Quality using pH meters and EC meters in Peat Ecosystem Inventory Survey (right)|
|KHG of Kalimantan Island||KHG of Papua Island|
|KHG of Sumatera Island||KHG of Sulawesi Island|
|Figure 3. Indicative Map of Peatland Ecosystem Function in 1: 250,000|
|Figure 4. Peat Ecosystem Functions Map of KHG Bengkalis Island and Kubu Raya District|
Performance Achievement of Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2017
Directorate of Peat Degradation Control has one program objectives and seven performance indicators that must be achieved in accordance with the performance agreements that have been established in 2017. Performance achievement measurements are done by comparing between realization with performance achievement targets.
From the measurement results, the average achievement of performance of Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2017 reached 107,41 %. The high performance achievement was triggered by the high realization of performance in 2017 on all performance indicators with the performance percentage reaching more than or equal to 100 %. In detail can be seen in the following table 2.
Table 2. Performance Achievements of Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2017
|Program||Performance Indicators||Target of in 2017||Achievements in 2017||% Performance Achievements|
|Increased quality of peatland management peatland||1. Restoration of degraded peatland outside forest area||2.100 Ha||2.139 Ha||101,86|
|2. Proportion of the number of companies in Peat Ecosystem which increases governance performance water management through the PROPER Program||40 Companies||60 Companies||150|
|3. Draft of National RPPEG||1 Document||1 Document||100|
|4. Number of modules for capacity building of Provincial/District/City in preparation of RPPEG||1 Module||1 Module||100|
|5. Mapping of peat ecosystems hydrological unit on a scale of 1: 50.000||4 KHG||4 KHG||100|
|6. Number of KHG designated as peat ecosystems function on a scale of 1: 50.000||7 KHG||Draft Decree of Determination||100|
|7. Number of staff training||3 times||3 times||100|
Some activities carried out by Directorate of Peat Degradation Control in 2017 can be illustrated through the following figure.
|Figure 5. Construction of Canal Blocking in Aceh Jaya, Aceh Province (left) and Labuhan Batu, North Sumatra Province (right)|
|Figure 6. Community Development Program in Seuneubok Trap Village, West Aceh (left) and Lueng Gayo Village, Aceh Jaya (right), Aceh Province|
|Figure 7. Community Development Program in Seuneubok Padang Village, Aceh Jaya (left) and Lhok Raya Village, South Aceh (rigth), Aceh Province|
Figure 8. Peat Ecosystem Function Map of Krueng Matee - Krueng Tumiyee KHG, Aceh Province
Figure 9. Peat Ecosystem Function Map of Batang Toru - Aek Maraitgadang KHG, North Sumatra Province