Korea Indonesia Forest Cooperation Center (KIFC) was established on June 29, 2010, when the ROD (Record of Discussion) between the Ministry of Forestry (MoF) of the Republic of Indonesia and Korean Forest Service (KFS) of the Republic of Korea concerning the establishment and operation of KIFC was signed by both sides. On July 21, 2010, the Center officially started its role. Currently, the establishment of KIFC was stated in Arrangement between Korea and Indonesia on “Cooperation Framework of Priority Program of Forestry”. The aims of KIFC to strengthen mutual cooperation in the field of forestry and sustainable forest management between Korea and Indonesia.
Entering 11 years of its establishment, KIFC has played an important role in facilitating and strengthening forestry cooperation between both countries based on mutual trust, mutual respect, and mutual benefit and through the motto “Green Partnership, Green Future”. KIFC commits to continue our spirits and efforts in greening our earth, especially through our priority project on the restoration of burnt peatland in Jambi, and an upcoming project on forest fire in OKI, South Sumatera.