Muhammad Dwiki Ridhwan
Forest Livelihood Specialist
Dwiki is forest livelihood specialist at WRI Indonesia. Along with regional team in Riau and West Sumatra provinces, Dwiki mainly works on programs to improve community-based forest management. These include strengthening the implementation of Social Forestry with local governments and other stakeholders and promoting strategy for sustainable use of forest resources. Previously, Dwiki was assigned to analysis, research, and geospatial technical works related to forestry and land use for more than 4 years to help implement the One Map Initiative program.
Prior to joining WRI Indonesia, Dwiki earns his bachelor's degree in Forestry Engineering at ITB. Dwiki had experience working for research projects in Perhutani area and peatland restoration in South Sumatra. He also had experience in interning at the Department of Community Empowerment at a coal mining company in East Kalimantan.
In his leisure time, Dwiki enjoys exploring ecotourism sites, birdwatching, and playing with his baby daughter.
Wahana Riset Indonesia (Science Laboratory)Visit Project
Wahana Riset Indonesia (Science Laboratory) is an initiative to nurture a battalion of young researchers to generate high-quality knowledge products, which will support evidence-based policy making in sustainable development.