RCE Yogyakarta-2012

1. General Information
Contact Name(s): 
Dr. Puji Astuti, M.Sc., Apt
Dr.rer.nat.Triana hertiani, M.Si., Apt
Organizational Affiliation : 
Faculty of Pharmacy, UGM
Faculty of Pharmacy, UGM
Role in the project: 
Team leader
Person in Charge
Project-relevant information: 
2. Project Information
1. Project title: 
Biodiversity and Conservation of Indonesian Medicinal Plants: Sustainable Use and Standardization
2. Project Description: 
The aim of this program is promoting human and environmental health through sustainable consumption and production of standardized herbal medicine. This program is mainly funded by I-MHERE project in collaboration with Local Government, Agriculture Training, Research and Development Station (ATRDS/KP4) UGM, National Centre for Traditional medicine Research and Services (BP2TOOT) and Pharmaceutical Industries. The program was started in 2010 with the main focus of activities: establishing inventory and database system based on local properties, research and dissemination of research on herbal medicine, dissemination of GACP in herbal medicine cultivation, establishing “demplot” for cultivation of medicinal plants and standardization herbal raw material production, partnership with pharmaceutical industries and exhibition of herbal medicines and cosmetic products. The programs targets students, community, farmers, small/medium enterprises on traditional medicine and researchers with the main learning objectives of increasing knowledge, understanding the principal of sustainable development in the field of herbal medicines, experiencing and applying the techniques of GACP and management of herbal medicines as well as health promotion through sustainable management and production of medicinal herbal materials.
3. Project Status: 
4. Key Words
Key Words: 
5. Project categories
Project categories: 
Material production
6. Expected outcomes:: 
The programs have been beneficial to community in that they have more access to data base of herbal medicine, increased knowledge on self-medication using herbal medicine, capable of producing qualified herbal medicine materials with more economic values, whilst the researchers have more opportunities to develop standardized herbal medicine/fitofarmaka. The students and small/medium enterprises are also benefited from this program since it provides media for acceleration on their studies and increased access to qualified herbal medicine raw materials, respectively.
7. Duration of the Project:: 
2010 - 09/2012
3. Project Leadership & Vision
8. Project coordination (e.g. teams): 
This project is part of Faculty of Pharmacy project funded by Indonesia Managing Higher Education programs as Centre of Excellence on Herbal Medicine and Supplement Development. It is coordinated by project leader and integrated by person in charge. Team leaders are responsible for managing and coordination for program implementation.
9. Leadership structure
a. Administration: 
b. Transactional: 
c. Transformational: 
4. Project results
10. Project results : 
What are the current results of the project in terms of Outcomes:
- the establishment of demplots of herbal medicine plantation
- networking between SMEs and pharmaceutical industries in herbal medicine production and research
- data base for herbal medicine information
- the establishment of community who are more aware on the importance of appropriate use of traditional medicine materials
- the formation of "agent of change" among the farmers and students to promote SD based herbal medicine material use and production
11. Contribution to reforms and innovations: 
this project increase the acknowledgment of Faculty of Pharmacy UGM as a center for herbal medicine and supplement development so that this program is continued and use to support the vision of faculty in producing students with competency in standardised herbal medicine
12. Unexpected / unplanned results: 
some problems occur in connecting the standardised product with pharmaceutical industries in terms of guarantee of production, need more land and MoU between the parties and farmers for large scale production
13.Core Partners: 
(who are the main partners of your project?) Agricultural Training, Research and Development Station-KP4 UGM; National Centre for Traditional medicine Research and Services (BP2TOOT); Pharmaceutical Industries: PT SOHO - Local Government: Brebah District
5. Partnership and networking
14. Project Network
a. Information network: 
b. Knowledge network: 
c. Innovation network: 
6. Participation
15. Type of involvement: 
participation could be in the forms of research partners, providing space for learnings, TOT and policy as a place for eduction and transforming community
16. Participation opportunities
a. Informational participation: 
b. Consultation participation: 
c. Decision influencing participation : 
7. Education & Learning
17. Educational activities: 
education are conducted through seminars, workshop, TOT, research and community services actions
18. Learning activities: 
The targets of the projects (community, students, farmers and SMEs) freely express their needs and opinions in responds to related issues. They are also asked to give opinions about solutions need to be done. In order to make sure the sustainability of the projects, networking between faculty and partners are established.
19. Educational activities
a. Theory: 
b. Discussion: 
c. Interactive and Multidimensional "action oriented education": 
8. Research Integration
20. Research & Development (R&D): 
The establishment of standardazised products are conducted through researches by final year students in terms of quality and plantation techniques as well development data base system. For establishment of herbal products are conducted through SCS -CEL
21. Research partners: 
- Agricultural Training, Research and Development Station-KP4 UGM
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Local government
22. Description of research
a. Disciplinary: 
b. Interdisciplinary: 
c. Transdisciplinary: 
Project Reports
Higher Education
SCP,Livelihood and Well-being
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