The Access Initiative

Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (WALHI) is a non-governmental organization that is part of the Friends of the Earth network. WALHI works in 28 Indonesian provinces and focuses on three main areas: improving the governance and accountability of the extractive industries, advocacy and legal defense, and environmental conservation. Specifically, WALHI has engaged around issues including climate change, REDD+, palm oil, and land grabbing. WALHI worked with TAI on a project to map forest concessions in the Riau Province and carry out a gender analysis on the public participation process for granting concessions.