The Implementing Secretary/Program Director and Staff implement the program based on division of divisions, namely:
I. Organizing Division
- Conduct the formation and strengthening of groups (Peasant Groups and Peasant Unions) in three regions.
- Facilitating thematic discussions in groups about fulfilling socio-political and socioeconomic and cultural rights.
- Carry out education/training on: Leadership, Organizational Management, Credit Union Management, Natural Harmony Agricultural Development, etc.
- Facilitating orientation/comparative study of farmer groups at local, regional and national levels.
- Facilitating hearings/hearings, lobbying, and demonstrations to the Executive and Legislature to fight for the fulfillment of socio-political and socioeconomic and cultural rights: increasing the budget in the agriculture and health sector, the environment, etc., in four districts.
- Campaigns regarding the fulfillment of socio-political and socioeconomic and cultural rights, and efforts to restore the environment through print and electronic media (newspapers, bulletins, local radio, websites, and other media).
- Publication of reports and organizing results.
- Participate in network activities in order to build networks of people’s organizations and develop staff capacity at the local, regional, national and international levels.
II. Division of Study and Advocacy
- Conducting studies/research on policies and fulfillment of economic and social rights in three districts (budget allocation in the agriculture, education and health sectors in the APBD); the impact of development and industry on the environment in the three mentoring areas.
- Facilitating group discussions on: Natural resource management policies, Land Law, Forestry Law, Indigenous Rights, and others.
- Policy advocacy and structural cases (land, forest and environment).
- Conduct participatory mapping of indigenous territories.
- Organizing political/legal, legal/human rights training/education, conflict resolution, village-economic natural resource valuation, and others.
- Hold seminars on land, environment, forests, etc.
- Development and strengthening of networks of NGOs, churches, government, and other stakeholders who have a contribution or role to the public policy making process.
- Campaigns through print and electronic media (newspapers, bulletins, local radio, websites, and other media) about structural and environmental cases, policies that do not protect people’s rights, and about HIV/AIDS.
- Facilitating hearings/hearings, lobbying, and demonstrations for the resolution of structural and environmental cases at the local, regional and national level.
- Publication of reports and study results; the results of policy advocacy; the results of advocacy on structural and environmental cases.
- Participate in network activities in order to build a policy advocacy network and to provide structural cases, environmental cases and in the context of developing staff capacity at the local, regional, national and international levels.
III. Management Division
- Is a supporting system for supporting the implementation of the activities of the other 2 divisions.
- Manage programs and activities to improve management more effectively and efficiently.
- Manage data and documents in a systematic data base system so that it can be used as an organizing and advocacy material.
- Manage KSPPM communication internally and with other parties, monitor the implementation of activities, and ensure that program planning and implementation are in accordance with the project framework.
- Manage financial systems accountably and transparently.