Crucial to the success of the ecosystem restoration programme is the support and collaboration from RER's multiple stakeholders.
APRIL Group is the project sponsor and Technical Manager. They advocate landscape level conservation as part of an integrated approach to sustainable forestry. It has committed US$100 million over the next 10 years to restore the Kampar Peninsula complementing its key conservation and zero deforestation commitments - key pillars of APRIL Group's long-term Sustainable Forest Management Policy. APRIL Group provides leadership, expert resource and capabilities to the project.
BIDARA is tasked with Community Resources Development. It is a non-political and non-governmental organization that focuses on strengthening the social capital, initiative and self-reliance of rural communities in Indonesia. It is advising on the development of programs to foster appropriate environmental management approaches and skill sets to support ecosystem restoration amongst communities nearby to RER's forest areas.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is an international NGO established in 1903. Its mission is to conserve threatened species and ecosystems by using sustainable solutions that combine science and human needs. As RER's technical partner, FFI manages key elements of the project related to biodiversity, climate and communities.
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is a leading conservation organization protecting the lands and water on which all life depends, impacting conservation in 69 countries around the world. TNC is a partner to establish a model for an integrated landscape management at the Kampar Peninsula to produce a sustainable outcome for conservation, social, and economic imperatives.