Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil Foundation (ISPO)
YAYASAN KELAPA SAWIT BERKELANJUTAN INDONESIA (YASBI) or THEINDONESIAN SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL FOUNDATION (ISPO) is a non-profitorganization which established on a Legal Notary Certificate by Suparman Hasyim, SH -No.03/July 6, 2009 and registered by Ministry of Law and Human Right of The Republicof Indonesia. Its scope of work is OIL PALM of Environmental/Social Sector.The foundation opens an office in Jakarta and currently operates without branch. Thefounding committee of ISPO is stakeholders who previously had backgrounds in anddedicated to the Indonesian oil-palm sector, among these are:1. DR. Asril Darussamin. He is currently responsible for a position as TechnicalAssistant for RSPO Indonesia Liaison Office (RILO). He previously worked forthe Indonesian Palm Oil Commission (Komisi Minyak Sawit Indonesia/KMSI).2. DR. Kunkun J. Gurmaya. He is a lecture of Bandung Padjajaran University. He isalso involved in steering committee for organizing the guidelines of managementand monitoring HCV (High Concervation Value) in oil palm sector under theHCV- RSPO Indonesia Working Group (HCV-RIWG).3. Rudy Ready Lumuru. He is the former director of Sawit Watch Indonesia and alsothe former member of RSPO Executive Board.4. Ir. Purwo Susanto. He is the former National Coordinator Program for Oil Palm inWWF Indonesia and also the former member of RSPO Executive Board. Hecurrently takes hold of Deputy Chair of HCV-RIWG.Besides endorsing to the establishment of sustainable oil palm plantation developmentconcepts in Indonesia, by helping the arrangement of various relevant indulgences andother supporting materials as well as socialization and trainings on RSPO/HCV, theYASBI also assists wide-ranging levels of parties in oil palm plantation sector to conduct HCV/SIA (Social Impact Assessment) assessments for their own plantation estates; bothdeveloped and to-be-planned areas.The following is list of HCV assessments that ISPO has successfully conducted:1. HCV Assessment for Sinar Mas Group in West Kalimantan2. HCV Assessment for PT. Bakrie Sumatra Plantation (BSP) in Kisaran, in NorthSumatra3. HCV and SIA Assessment for PT. Asiatic Nusantara in West Kalimantan4. HCV Assessment for Asian Indo Holding in Central Kalimantan5. Gap Analysis RSPO P&C Assessment and HCV/SIA Assessment for PTP.Nusantara IV in North Sumatra6. HCV Assessment for PT Sipef/Tolan Tiga in Simalungun District and LabuhanBatu District, in North Sumatra, Bengkulu and South Sumatra7. HCV Assessment in PT. First Mujur Plantation in North Sumatra8. HCV and SIA Assessment for PT. Minamas Gemilang, Group of Sime Darby inSouth Kalimantan and Riau9. HCV and SIA Assessment for PT. TH Felda in Central and East Kalimantan10. HCV Assessment for First Resources Group in West and East KalimantanMore than 50 companies have joined in the HCV trainings and RSPO socialization thatorganized in Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Papua.For more information, please contact:Purwo SusantoExecutive DirectorYASBI/ISPOEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMobile: +62 813 520 525 66
Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability
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How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
By training and assistancy of HCV identification to RSPO members
Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
By sosialization and training of sustainable concept to RSPO members in Indonesia
Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
By Technical assistant of P&C RSPO to the oilpalm growers
Any other information that would support the application such as what your organisation hopes to gain from joining RSPO and how it would support RSPO?
Active in the RSPO implementation concepts as a member of INA_NIWG and HCV_WG in Indonesia
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