• 2017

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    2017 Annual Report
    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    In 2017, the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) has entered the second implementation year of the 11th Malaysia Plan (11th MP) 2016-2020. FDPM is committed to implement all its’ planning as stated in 11th MP to realise and achieve the core mission of FDPM in the management and sustainable development of forest resources by optimising its’ contributions to the country’s socio-economic development. I also believe all commitments to implement various programs, projects and forest related activities are in line with the country’s advancement towards achieving the green growth through Strategic Thrust 4: Pursuing Green Growth for Sustainability and Resilience. Under this Strategic Thrust, four (4) focus areas are being emphasized comprising (i) Enhancing environment that supports green growth; (ii) Adopting the concept of sustainable consumption and production; (iii) Preserving natural resources for the present and future generations; and (iv) Strengthening resilience on climate change and natural disasters.
  • 2016

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    2016 Annual Report
    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    Let’s bid farewell to the Tenth Malaysia Plan (10th MP:2011-2015) and welcome the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (11th MP:2016-2020). The year 2016 was the entrance and starting year of the 11th MP period towards Vision 2020. Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) is fully committed to implement its various programmes, projects and forestry activities in accordance with the country’s development progress to achieve green growth through Strategic Thrust 4, namely Pursuing Green Growth for Sustainability and Resilience. Under this Strategic Thrust, a total of four (4) focus areas comprising (i) Enhancing environment that supports green growth; (ii) Adopting the concept of sustainable consumption and production; (iii) Preserving natural resources for the present and future generations; and (iv) Strengthening resilience on climate change and natural disasters. To achieve these targets, FDPM was executed as the instrumental agency in order to realise the set of assigned Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
  • 2015

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    2015 Annual Report
    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    Tahun 2015 merupakan tahun akhir tempoh Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh (RMKe-10:20112015). Di akhir tempoh RMKe-10 tersebut, sejumlah RM70.2 juta atau 99.5% dari peruntukan pembangunan di peringkat Persekutuan telah berjaya dibelanjakan oleh Ibu Pejabat Jabatan Pehutanan Semenanjung Malaysia (IPJPSM) untuk melaksanakan sebanyak lima (5) projek utama pembangunan hutan iaitu (i) Program Penanaman Pokok Bakau dan Spesies-Spesies yang Sesuai di Persisiran Pantai Negara Fasa 2; (ii) Menaiktaraf Bangunan Lama dan Infrastruktur JPSM; (iii) Pembangunan dan Pemeliharaan Perhutanan JPSM; (iv) Menaiktaraf Jalan Hutan dan Jalan Ladang Hutan; dan (iv) Projek Central Forest Spine. Projek-projek tersebut dilaksanakan bagi membantu usaha-usaha merealisasikan pencapaian misi utama Jabatan Perhutanan Semenanjung Malaysia (JPSM) di bawah pelaksanaan amalan Pengurusan Hutan Secara Berkekalan (PHSB). Dalam tahun 2015 sahaja, sejumlah RM24.3 juta atau 99.8% dari peruntukan pembangunan di peringkat Persekutuan telah dibelanjakan untuk melaksanakan projek-projek pembangunan hutan tersebut. Tahniah dan syabas saya ucapkan ke atas prestasi pencapaian cemerlang ini dan berharap agar prestasi seumpama ini akan dapat diteruskan dalam pelaksanaan projek-projek pembangunan hutan di bawah tempoh Rancangan Malaysia Kesebelas (RMKe-11:2016-2020).
  • 2014

    LT2014 2014 Annual Report
    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) is continuously committed in ensuring the conservation and rehabilitation of the national forest resources by successfully maintaining to date Permanent Reserved Forest (PRF) areas at 4.93 million hectares. This commitment is expressed by the Department’s success in securing the Certifi cate for Malaysian Criteria and Indicators for Forest Management Certifi cation (Natural Forest) [MC&I] for eight timber production operating states with the achievement of Zero CARs (Corrective Action Requests) by the Forestry Departments of Perak and Negeri Sembilan; MS ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certifi cates for Sustainable Management of log Production from Natural Inland Forest in the Permanent Reserved Forest (PRF); Government accreditation and compliance to standards in which FDPM continued to maintain MS ISO/IEC 27001:2007 for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS); Quality Environment Certifi cation 5S; and 5-star in Provider-Based Evaluation (ProBE) 2014.
  • 2013

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    In 2013, a total of 4.85 million hectares of PRFs have been gazetted as compared to 4.79 million hectares in 2012, an increase of 0.06 million hectares or 1.3%. This area excluded 0.88 miliion hectares of proposed PRF which are at various stages of gazettement.
  • 2012

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    The year 2012 marks the 111th year of the establishment of the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) which undertakes full responsibility in managing and developing the forest resource of Peninsular Malaysia. To date, FDPM has successfully set aside 5.79 million hectares of land in Peninsular Malaysia covered with forest or 43.9% of the total land area in Peninsular Malaysia. Of this total, 4.89 million hectares are Permanent Reserved Forest (PRF), gazetted under the National Forestry Act (NFA) 1984, while the remaining as Stateland Forest and Alienated Land. To ensure that forest resources are managed efficiently, FDPM is fully committed to manage the forest resources sustainably, especially PRF areas in tandem with the Department's vision and mission.
  • 2011

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    The year 2011 is the beginning of the Tenth Malaysia Plan (10th MP). Personnel of the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) are urged to further intensity theirs efforts to unsure that the forestry sector in Peninsular Malaysia continues to excel and contributes significantly to the nation's socio-economic development.
  • 2010

    laporantahunan2010 2010 Annual Report
    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    The year 2010 coincides with the final year of the Ninth Malaysia Plan (2006-2010). The Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) received a development budget amounting to RM59.69 million. A total of RM57.55 million or 96.4% of the allocated budget was duly spent to implement numerous forest development projects planned in the Ninth Malaysia Plan in consonance with the national requirements.
  • 2009

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    In 2009, the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) successfully implemented various projects and activities with the intention to manage sustainably the country’s forest and to address forestry issues at national and international levels. Activities and projects implemented are in line with the nation’s needs as outlined in the Ninth Malaysia Plan (2006-2010).
  • 2008

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    Forestry Department of Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) has played an active role in the discussion of forestry related issues at national and international level in 2008. Among the important issues discussed include efforts to enhance and strengthen the aspects of forest enforcement in order to eradicate forest offences, to provide provisions for the improvement of the existing forest law and the conservation of the forest biological diversity. All these efforts require active and high commitment of the Department in order to implement its entrusted duties and responsibilities.
  • 2007

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    Message from Director-General of JPSM:
    Efforts have been intensified to ensure the optimum benefits of the forests can be continuously enjoyed amidst this challenging era with the forestry sector facing greater attention from all levels of communities. In this regard, the Forestry Department Peninsular Malaysia (FDPM) has enhanced her efforts towards the attainment of sustainable forest management objective throughout the year in 2007.

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