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  • 2006 DARE to DREAM An overseas community project by NTU Muslim Society
  • CONTENT 1 PROJECT MISSION & DESCRIPTION.........................................................................3 2 PROJECT NAME.............................................................................................................5 3 PROJECT DURATION....................................................................................................5 4 PROJECT LOCATION....................................................................................................6 5 PROFILE OF ORGANIZING TEAM/ LOCAL ORGANIZATION...............................6 6 PROFILE OF HOST ORGANIZATION.........................................................................7 7 PROFILE OF VOLUNTEERS.........................................................................................7 APPENDIX A Summary of Recce Trip APPENDIX B Itinerary APPENDIX C Budget Breakdown APPENDIX D Program Details: Education APPENDIX E Program Details: Construction APPENDIX F Program Details: Recreation APPENDIX G Training Plan APPENDIX H Team Structure & Hierarchy ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -2-
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION The earthquake and consequent tsunami that occurred in the Indian Ocean region on Sunday 26 December 2004 left millions of people homeless and isolated. Children are the most affected group in this tragedy mainly due to their high proportion in the population of the affected countries. After nearly 2 years, humanitarian aid has shifted their focus from relief to rebuilding. Reconstruction of Tsunami affected areas will be a long process and thus the need to encourage victims to persevere in restarting their lives is much needed. Nanyang Technological University Muslim Society (NTUMS) will be sending a team to Banda Aceh in June this year. This will be the first team to be sent by NTUMS. NTUMS hopes to continue efforts led by the team YES AR last December. Team YES AR aimed to aid in rebuilding of the children’s language skills by conducting foundational English lessons as well as motivational activities with them 1 PROJECT MISSION & DESCRIPTION Main mission: a) Introduce interactive English lessons that can be sustained without external help. (Please refer to Appendix D) b) Conduct practical Mathematics and Science activities as a support to the English lessons. (Please refer to Appendix E) c) Set up an IQ corner for continuous learning for the orphanages in Fajar Hidayah. d) Set up bookshelves and study tables for the orphanages in Panti Raja (Please refer to Appendix F) ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -3-
  • Our focus on this trip will be on Fajar Hidayah orphanage and the Panti Raja. More specifically, the concentration lies in education for the Fajar Hidayah youths and teachers and construction in Sigli. However, our trip is not meant to be linear and we will expand our program in other aspects. For example, we will be having a mini performance which will serve as recreation and cultural exchange for the Acehnese. (Please refer to Appendix F). Also, we will still continue, and hopefully expand, the efforts from the previous three trips. In addition, this trip hopes to instill the necessary positive values to the Singapore youths via service-learning. We have divided the objectives of the project into two parts, for two separate groups of people: 1. For NTU Students a) To expand their scope of community involvement projects overseas. b) To instill bilateral ties with fellow Acehnese youths. c) To understand and appreciate Acehnese’ way of life and therefore reflect upon their own. d) To develop a positive exchange of skills and knowledge, and experience with the residents of Aceh. 2. For the Acehnese youths/children a) To expose the older youths with materials and skills that will help in their future means of living. b) To share with the younger children new means of recreation. c) To assist the teachers in Fajar Hidayah orphanage in organizing more practical lessons and inculcate a sense of creativity amongst the children. d) To share fun ways of learning science and mathematics, beyond classroom borders. e) To offer Acehnese youths and the wider community an opportunity to get to know Singaporeans’ way of life. (through cultural exchange events) f) To provide means to self-sustain English and Science programmes. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -4-
  • 2 PROJECT NAME 2006 DARE to DREAM We chose the word “Aspire” because it epitomizes our whole project, and what we hope the children of Aceh will continuously do in life. Even with all that has happened to them since the fateful killer wave, we wish to bring forward the message that every one of us has the right to aspire towards our lifelong dreams. It is important to start instilling this mindset in the younger generation so that they will not be forever haunted by the past and instead, look forward towards a brighter future. Thus, the slogan to complement the project name is “Dare to Dream”, which is precisely what we hope the children will do. Through the activities that we’re planning for the youths, children, and also the whole community there possibly, we hope to leave the place after 2 weeks with not just fond memories, but also the satisfaction that we have done our utmost in helping the people of Aceh. 3 PROJECT DURATION The team will spend two weeks in Aceh, departing Singapore on 18th June 2006 and returning home on 1st July 2006. Please refer to Appendix C for Project Itinerary. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -5-
  • 4 PROJECT LOCATION Although the emphasis of the project will be in Banda Aceh (18th June– 26th June), the team will also travel to Panti Raja Orphanages located at Sigli (27th June– 1st July) for community service. 5 PROFILE OF ORGANIZING TEAM/ LOCAL ORGANIZATION Profile of organizing team/local organization Nanyang Technological University Muslim Society (NTUMS), Singapore – NTUMS has always taken an active role in the local community. The projects that we undertake spans over a year. Our main objective is to stimulate the development of our members, in terms of leadership as well as being knowledgeable and responsible Muslims living in the world. The activities we have organised can be categorised into four main dimensions, namely: 1) Outreach- aimed to increase the awareness of Islam to our non-Muslim population in NTU. 2) Training & Development- to provide our undergraduates with an opportunity to develop their leadership and organizational abilities. 3) Sport & Recreational- to strengthen the bonds among members through cultivating healthy lifestyle. 4) Welfare and Humanitarian- aimed to reach out to the needy in our community Some activities that were organized recently are; Ikhtishaaf- Camp for Darul Ihsan orphans, Project Aura- Camp for youth at risk and MS Challenge- a sports event for members. NTUMS Mission: To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -6-
  • NTUMS being an undergraduate society, understands its role in motivating and giving hope to those who are in need. NTUMS have led many educational camps for children aged 6-15 years. We felt that the children were motivated and high- spirited upon leaving the camps. Meanwhile, the undergraduates have learnt to be compassionate and caring towards the less fortunate. With these experiences, NTUMS hopes that they can extend its services beyond local boundaries, namely, to the kids in Aceh. 6 PROFILE OF HOST ORGANIZATION Banda Aceh – Fajar Hidayah serves not only as an educational centre, but as a boarding school for orphans of the Tsunami in Pagar Air, Banda Aceh as well. The institution’s aims include upgrading and expanding educational services to the community in the formal education program for youths in the primary and high school age category by constructing new school buildings with adequate facility and efficient management. Realizing the imbalance of educational demands in the present system, The Foundation developed an Islamic School with integrated curriculum as an institution in building and progressing the up coming generation. Furthermore, in face of the challenges posed by globalization, it has become imperative to participate more actively in building every aspect of life to create religious, independent, creative generation, perceptive to global and technological changes. Also, having already worked with Fajar Hidayah for two previous projects, it would therefore be an apt choice for maintaining continuity in the project, as well as an advantage for both Acehnese and Singaporean participants alike. 7 PROFILE OF VOLUNTEERS The team will comprise of 25 youths (undergraduates) from Nanyang Technological University Muslim Society; aged 19 – 25. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -7-
  • Besides just gaining experience in doing community work abroad, we hope that these youths will also benefit from and learn to appreciate the joy as well as learning experience in working in such a diverse team. Please refer to Appendices E for team structure and hierarchy. The team will be led by Abu Sufyan Bin Bedin, 24, a third year undergraduate majoring in Material Science and Engineering. Assisting him is Filzah Amalia, 20, a first year Sociology student. Abu Sufyan possesses an extensive experience in leading and organizing events for young children such as Kem Pelangi in 2003, KemBara and Trailblazer in 2004 and Galactica and Ledang Quest in 2005. He also volunteered in helping out many other youth development programs for troubled youths such as Project Aura in 2005 and Money Wise program for young couples at Jurong West Family Service center He is currently residing the Vice-President position in the NTUMS as well as an active volunteer with the Mendaki and Darul Ihsan Orphanage Homes. Filzah Amalia has had experience as a volunteer with various organization for the past couple of years. She is a passionate volunteer who strives to go the extra mile to help children in need. Her passion for volunteering and conducting community services drives her to be part of Darul Ihsan Orphanage volunteers and currently taking a step further to co-lead the group for this project. Filzah is also an active member of NTUMS as a publicity sub-com. Under the leadership of Abu Sufyan and Filzah, twenty-three dedicated NTU students will join them in the pursuit of continuing the relief efforts in Aceh. At the same time, we hope to gain new experience from this overseas expedition. PREPARED BY: Abu Sufyan Bin Bedin Team Leader Aspire 2006 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -8-
  • APPENDIX A: Summary of Recce Trip (17th- 19th February 2006) Recce Team Members: 1. Abu Sufyan Bin Bedin 2. Filzah Amalia Bte Rahmat 3. Juni Liyana Bte Amin Objective: 1. To gather more information on areas in Aceh. 2. To gather information with regards to Acehnese lifestyle and customs. 3. To have a first hand experience on the effects of Tsunami on Aceh. 4. To gather information on areas that NTUMS can contribute Main Areas of Interests: 1) Education 2) Improve living and learning conditions 3) Cultural Exchange/Recreation Description: We were hosted by Mr Hamzah, from Global Impact, a non-profitable organization, whom will also be our project consultant, Miss Kartini, a Singapore International Foundation staff working in Aceh and Fajar Hidayah’s staff and teachers. Our selection of these areas- Fajar Hidayah Orphanage, Taman Kanak- Kanak(TK) and Panti Raja (Sigli) is decided based on our aim to continue the redevelopment projects accomplished previously. Our proposed programs are crafted to 1) Increase social awareness amongst the Acehnese children 2) Fuel the passion characteristic of the Acehnese community 3) Develop essential basic communication skills to equip them for contact with the larger society. Some of the activities fulfilled during the trip were meetings with the principal and teachers of Fajar Hidayah and TK and the in-charge (and assistants) of Panti Raja, time for interaction with the children and feedback from volunteers currently stationed there. And here are the issues of concern we gathered: 1) Cultural Exchange/Recreation • Singapore Day (as requested by host) ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” -9-
  • Sports Day, group-based activities for example- mini “Amazing Race” • and tele-matches. • Handicrafts • Life Skills 2) Improve living and learning conditions • Repair pipes, create hand-pumps for wells • Re-painting dorms • Making proper sign boards. • Multi-purpose court (as a channel for communal integration) • Book shelves, clothes lines. • Improvement for Kitchen (panti Raja) • Computers • Refurbishing pantries 3) Education • Science day • To teach English through active learning- for instance: letter-writing system, labels for objects and motivation signs to be provided. • Mini IQ corner • Hygiene and practical life skills- like trimming hair, entrepreneurship and scouts like activities. • Develop leadership skills- for instance-assigning group leaders when playing games It appears that there are many activities, ideas and background information collected during the trip that could be useful for our team to achieve our objectives. It is the responsibility of the committee to carefully select, modify and decide upon which activities to carry out so that we can maximize the quality of our project. Also, to facilitate our team members to better appreciate the experience, a short tour around Aceh could be useful to let them be immersed in the environment. Below are some of the pictures taken during the trip for a better view of condition in Aceh. Picture 1 Picture 2 A picture of the recce team with One of the orphans showing Filzah Fajar Hidayah’s residents and the current school syllabus that he is teachers in front of Panti Puteri. currently studying ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 10 -
  • Picture 3 Picture 4 A room for studying and sleeping in Orphans in Panti Raja Sigli just Panti Raja Sigli finished their night class with Pak Nadarudin (front) showing us around the area. Picture 5 Picture 6 Pak Rahmat, staff of Fajar Hidayah, Sharing session with teachers from showing us around the area Fajar Hidayah. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 11 -
  • APPENDIX B: Itinerary ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 12 -
  • APPENDIX C: Budget Breakdown DAY/DATE VENUE MORNING AFTN/ EVE NIGHT REMARKS • Arrive at Banda Aceh • Introductory DAY 1 A.M. flight from SG on Banda Aceh/ activity Sun FH • Field Trip • Team Settle MI check in: 0700hrs 18/06 Drive round Lambaro  Transit @Medan down Lhoknga  Uleelheue • Introduction to DAY 2 “Young Banda Aceh/ Construction Scientist” Letter box to facilitate Mon Preparation FH (letter box) Card the English Classes 19/06 • Preparation for classes • Education Session with DAY 3 Banda Aceh/ teachers of FH/ IQ corner to facilitate Tues FH • Construction (repair pipes Preparation for Science Classes 20/06 and IQ corner) Amazing Race DAY 4 Banda Aceh/ Amazing Race in Wed Life Skill/Amazing Race Preparation for TK FH Lambaro 21/06 Session with DAY 5 Banda Aceh/ teachers of FH/ Group will split Thurs Education FH. TK Preparation for between FH and TK 22/06 Amazing Race DAY 6 Banda Aceh/ Interaction/Rest & Group will split Education Fri FH, TK Reflection between FH and TK. 23/06 DAY 7 Banda Aceh/ Closure/ Last night at Banda Science Fair Sat FH Rest & Reflection Aceh 24/06 DAY 8 Rest & Reflection/ Banda Aceh/ Preparation for Sun Beach Day/Recreation Preparation for FH Cultural Day 25/06 Cultural Day DAY 9 Banda Aceh/ Closure/ Last night at Banda Mon Cultural Day FH Rest & Reflection Aceh 26/06  Leave for DAY 10 Sigli(7am) Sigli/ Orientation to Sigli/  Drive to Sigli (2 Tues Introduction/ Interaction Panti Raja Rest & Reflection hrs) 27/06  Drive to Panti Raja (1 hr) DAY 11 Sigli/ Construction Interaction/ Wed Panti Raja (Painting of Dormitories) Education 28/06 DAY 12 Sigli/ Construction Interaction/ Thurs Panti Raja (bookshelves + cloth lines + tables) Education 29/06 DAY 13 Sigli/ Closure/ Fri Life Skill Last night at Sigli Panti Raja Rest & Reflection 30/06 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ DAY 14 “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Leave for Banda Sightseeing @ Transit @Medan Sat (3 hrs bus ride) Back in Singapore Aceh (a.m.) Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” Medan before SG 01/07 - 13 -
  • Prizes $200.00 1 $200.00 Subtotal $1,000.00 PROGRAM Cost - EDUCATION (Writing Tools) Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Pen & Pencil & Markers $100.00 1 $100.00 Clipboards $2.40 150 $360.00 Poster paint & Brushes $100.00 1 $100.00 Subtotal $560.00 PROGRAM Cost - EDUCATION (Science Day) Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Science Card and Badges $200.00 1 $200.00 Props for Science Activities $500.00 1 $500.00 Subtotal $700.00 Grand Total for Program $8,230.00 Food & Lodging Expenditure FOOD & LODGING - Lunch for DAY 1 Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Lunch $5.00 28 $140.00 Subtotal $140.00 FOOD & LODGING - Food & Lodging @ Banda Aceh Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Food & Lodging @ FH $2,000.00 1 $2,000.00 Subtotal $2,000.00 FOOD & LODGING - Lodging @ Sigli Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Loding @ Sigli $40.00 28 $1,120.00 Subtotal $1,120.00 FOOD & LODGING - Food @ Sigli Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost 4 Day's meals with Orphans $60.00 100 $6,000.00 Subtotal $6,000.00 FOOD & LODGING - Food @ Medan Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Lunch $10.00 28 $280.00 Subtotal $280.00 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 14 -
  • Grand Total for Food & Lodging $9,540.00 Transportation Expenditure FLIGHT & TRANSPORT - Air flight Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Flight ticket & tax $550.00 28 $15,400.00 Subtotal $15,400.00 FLIGHT & TRANSPORT - Bus Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Rental of Bus (per day) $500.00 5 $2,500.00 Subtotal $2,500.00 Grand Total for Transportation $17,900.00 Miscellaneous Expenditure MISC COST - Travel Insurance Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Group Travel Insurance $30.00 25 $750.00 (NTUC) Subtotal $750.00 MISC COST - Journal Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Personal Journal $2.50 25 $62.50 Subtotal $62.50 MISC COST - Emergency Funds Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Emergency Funds $3,000.00 1 $3,000.00 Subtotal $3,000.00 MISC COST - First Aid & Emergency Food & Accommodation Supply Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Emergency Food Supply $100.00 1 $100.00 First Aid items $150.00 1 $150.00 Subtotal $250.00 MISC COST - Medical ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 15 -
  • Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Medical examination $30.00 25 $750.00 Tetanus Vaccination $30.00 25 $750.00 Typhoid Vaccination $30.00 25 $750.00 Flu Vaccination $20.00 25 $500.00 Malaria Pills $20.00 28 $560.00 Subtotal $3,310.00 MISC COST - Project Consultant Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Project Consultation $600.00 1 $600.00 Subtotal $600.00 MISC Cost - CARRIER BAGS Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Duffel bags/ Bag Kropok $25.00 5 $125.00 Subtotal $125.00 MISC Cost - FREIGHT Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Freight forwarding $3,000.00 1 $3,000.00 Subtotal $3,000.00 MISC Cost - PRINTING Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Team T-shirt (@ 2 per pax) $13.00 50 $650.00 Team T-shirt (extra) $13.00 20 $260.00 Team Booklet $13.00 25 $325.00 Team Booklet (extra) $13.00 25 $325.00 Project Banner $60.00 1 $60.00 Subtotal $1,620.00 MISC Cost - DOCUMENTATION Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Batteries $10.00 5 $50.00 Video tapes $20.00 4 $80.00 Subtotal $130.00 MISC Cost - GIFTS & TOKENS Item Price Quantity Total Item Cost Mementos (individual teacher) $1.00 50 $50.00 Mementos (individual kid) $1.00 250 $250.00 Plaques (Local & Host $300.00 Partners) $30.00 10 Subtotal $600.00 Grand Total for Miscellaneous $13,447.50 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 16 -
  • GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURE $49,117.50 Cash Inflow Participants Fees Item Amount Quantity Total Item Cost Participant fees $250.00 25 $6,250.00 Subtotal $6,250.00 FundRaising Name Amount Quantity Total Item Cost Bryani Amal $2,000.00 1 $2,000.00 Malay Heritage Bazaar $1,698.00 1 $1,698.00 Subtotal $3,698.00 In Kind Donation Item Amount Quantity Total Item Cost Donations in Kind $1,000.00 1 $1,000.00 Subtotal $1,000.00 NTU Student Administration Office Item Amount Quantity Total Item Cost Funding $100.00 25 $2,500.00 Subtotal $2,500.00 Amount We Have $13,448.00 Overall Estimated Expenditure $49,117.50 Amount We Are Short Of Right Now $35,669.50 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 17 -
  • APPENDIX D: Program Details Education Department EDUCATION (for teachers) Objective(s) Key Performance Resources/ Details/ Strategy Target Aceh SG Indicator (KPI) remarks • To introduce a • To allow members • Hold Presentation • No. of teachers to • 10 teachers o Objectives to basic course of to gain experience Workshops be trained per per workshop be led by English Lessons of doing community workshop session session Psychology that can be taught work abroad via • Intense English Course undergraduate to the students on service learning • No. of workshop • 2 workshop s. their own. • Sharing of teaching sessions per panti* / sessions per resources boarding school day • To develop the teachers • In-class observations for presentation skills teachers so that they are able to deliver the English Lessons confidently. EDUCATION (for students) Objective(s) Programs Key Performance Resources/ Target Aceh SG Details/ Strategy Indicator (KPI) remarks • To impart basic oral • To allow members • English-based • No. of students to • 40 students • Equipment and written English. to gain experience programmes receive training/ per lesson for Science of doing community lessons per session Day • To impart work abroad via i.e. letter writing, • 5 sessions, 1 • Teaching innovative skills, service learning Science Day, through • No. of lessons/ per day Materials basic scientific and interactive and fun-filled sessions per panti/ mathematical English lessons. boarding school knowledge. * panti – Perumahan anak-anak yatim (Orphanage) ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 18 -
  • APPENDIX E: Program Details Construction Department Objective(s) Key Performance Resources/ Details/ Strategy Target Aceh SG Indicator (KPI) remarks ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 19 -
  • • To improve • To instill a sense of • Construction of hand- • No. hand pumps • 1 hand-pump • Plumbing education appreciation of our pumps at Fajar Hidayah constructed per well tools required resources in own standards of and Panti Raja selected living. orphanages • Repair of damaged • No. of pipes repaired • To fix damaged • Pipes pipes at Fajar Hidayah pipes. • To improve sanitary • To instill a sense of conditions in compassion in selected wanting to help • Construction of IQ • No IQ corner • 1 IQ corner • Wood orphanages improving other corner for Fajar • IQ toys lives. Hidayah • Tools • To have a conducive learning • No. of letter boxes • 1 letter box • Writing environment and • Construction of Letter per class. for each materials promote active Boxes in Fajar Hidayah orphan. • Paint learning and Panti Raja • Quality paper • To enliven the environment • To instill a sense • Painting of dormitories in • No. of dormitories • 1 dormitory • Painting (Sigli) of independence, Panti Raja painted (of 5 joint equipment teamwork and rooms) to be needed. • To provide responsibility. painted proper storage of utensils and food stocks • Refurbishing kitchen • No. of kitchen areas • To sort • Proper (Sigli). areas. refurbished kitchen storage arrangement containers • To instill a sense s and storage needed. of communal of utensils awareness and and food. spirit of sharing • Construction of clothes • No. of clothes lines • To construct • Ropes amongst the lines clothes lines • Poles Aceh (in an area community. separated from the kitchen) • Construction of • No. of bookshelves • 1 Bookshelf • Wood bookshelves with Panti per room • Carpentry Raja Student equipment • No. of whiteboards • 1 whiteboard • Construction of white per room ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 20 -
  • APPENDIX F: Program Details Recreation Department Objective(s) Key Performance Resources/ Details/ Strategy Target Aceh SG Indicator (KPI) remarks o To recognize • To allow members • Amazing Race Aceh (Fajar • No.of participants • 80% of the • Equipments leadership to gain experience Hidayah) for Amazing race orphans for Amazing potential of doing community involved Race amongst the work abroad via Using the area around the youths. service learning orphanage, create a mini and in sharing of Amazing Race for the youths. o To expand skills and ideas. The concept will follow that of mental the Amazing Race on capabilities such television: as perseverance and creativity. 1. There will be different stations for the youths to go through before reaching the pit stop. 2. At each station they will be expected to complete a certain task, be it a physical ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 21 -
  • or mental challenge. • To have an • To further improve • Cultural Exchange Day • No. of cultural • 3 cultural • Equipment exchange of bilateral ties (Fajar Hidayah and TK) showcases made. shows for Singapore cultural and between the two Day historical countries A carnival day for them information about where we share our different each others’ cultures through small skits, countries. games and activities. • To learn more about each other’s way of life. o To teach the older o To impart some o Life skill Programs • No. of participants youths new skills and  Hair Cut Sessions taught • To get all the • Hair Cut activities that can knowledge that Teaching the older kids to cut boys above Equipment further be we’re privileged to hair and to go about setting a 12yrs old to developed into have here to the hair cut business in the area. participate serious hobbies, youths there. No. of participants • To get all the which can be used 2. Cushion Sewing taught girls above • Sewing as a means of Teaching the older girls to 12yrs old to Equipment living. sew and to go about setting a participate business from it. • To provide • To provide • Beach Weekend for Fajar • No.of participants • To get opportunities to opportunity to know Hidayah; a day of fun and involved everyone interact with the SG Acehnese better on games at the beach. involved. students a less formal basis. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 22 -
  • APPENDIX G: Training Plan PROPOSED PROGRAMS DESCRIPTION OBJECTIVES REMARKS I/C DATES A rock climbing session • Teambuilding • Organized by NTUMS Rock Fest 25th Feb 2006 A 2006 conducted at climb • Get to Know • Conducted by trainers from Shahisdah (7hours) adventure Session SAFF • To be arranged by MUIS A special 3 days 2 night and NTUMS 12th till14th May seminar for young • Leadership Skills B ITQAN • Basic leadership skills Abu Sufyan 2006 leaders to be conducted • Teamwork • Conducted by Pak Uteh, (3 days) at An-Nadhah Mosque CEO of Madrasah Al-Irsyad Haircut A haircut training session • To learn how to do • To be conducted by Mr 20th and 27th C to teach the participants Qamarruddin from Bugs Abu Sufyan May Training a proper haircut on proper haircut Bunny Haircut. (2x4 hours) ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 23 -
  • A sewing session to Sewing • To learn how to do • To be conducted Mdm 13th May 2006 D teach the participants on Filzah Amalia Session a simple sewing Radiah Razak (6hours) basic sewing techniques A 3 days 2 night camp for • Application of 9th till 11th June “Youth at Rick”. • To be organized by NTUMS E D’SignZ Facilitation and Rezuan 2006 Participants will be part of and Mendaki Reflection Skills (3 days) organizing committee. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 24 -
  • APPENDIX H: Team Structure TEAM LEADER Abu Sufyan Bin Bedin FACILITATOR Filzah Amalia Bte Rahmat Recreational Construction Activities Documentation Education Home Team Rezuan Bin Muhd Hafiz Nurshahisdah Kassim Khairiyah Bte Hazwani Bte Bte Mokhtar Mustafa Kassim Abdul Wahid ____________________________________________________________________________________________ “To stimulate the development of individuals hence creating an Islamic environment and awareness of Islam in NTU.” - 25 -