In 2019, GAHP initiated the first provincial HPAP with the government of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Research for the HPAP was coordinated by the Bappedalitbang (Planning Board Agency, Development and Research Agency) of Central Kalimantan Province together with the Tambuhak Sinta Foundation (YTS). The HPAP was completed in 2020 and YTS and Bappedalitbang used the HPAP documents to advocate for prioritising pollution issues and develop a 5 year Regional Development Plan for 2020 - 2025.
The assessment and prioritization program and associated activities were made possible through financial support from the European Commission, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), and the Oak Foundation.
- Smoke pollution from forest and peat land fires
- Mercury from Small Scale Gold Mining (ASGM)
- Pesticides from oil and palm plantations and agriculture