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Número de proyecto/actividad PD026/93 Rev.1 (F)
Nombre DEVELOPMENT OF BENTUANG KARIMUN NATURE RESERVE AS A NATIONAL PARK - PHASE I
Organismo ejecutor
MINISTRY OF FORESTRY, INDONESIA
Presupuesto
ITTO: $1.287.907,00
JAPAN $800.000,00
JAPAN $65.085,00
JAPAN $37.100,00
SWITZERLAND $365.722,00
SWITZERLAND $20.000,00
Project total budget: $1.346.372,00
Resumen
Bentuang Karimun is the largest nature reserve in West Kalimantan and is located adjacent to the Malaysian Lanjak Entimau Wildlife sanctuary, currently receiving assistance under ITTO Project PD 106/90 Rev.1 (F). These areas are reported to be the final retreat for the orangutan and the white fronted monkey.

Bentuang Karimun covers a total area of 600,000 ha consisting of lowland dipterocarp forest, wet hill forest and mountain forest of high biodiversity value. The area is surrounded by logging concessions and due to this condition, it is important that this area be established as a totally protected area. The disturbed animals in the surrounding concessions could use the reserve as a final refuge. This area is also known for its function as part of the catchment for Kapuas river which has an important role in the socio-economic development in West and Central Kalimantan.
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