Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Plan Indonesia’s
On going Urban Safe Schools Project
Lesson learned

“Disaster Risk Reduction Practitioners Workshop”
Thai...
Outline of presentation
1.Overview of Plan Indonesia
2. General Overview of Urban Safe School Project
3. Why Jakarta?
4. T...
Overview of Plan Indonesia

We are:
- A Child centered organization
- Working in Indonesia for more than 44 years
- With 3...
Over View of Urban Safe School

www.bbc.co.uk

1. It is an innovative approach due to it focus on schools that
situated wi...
W Jakarta ?
hy

1. 9.6 million people population (largest
populated city in South East Asia, 13th in the
world. Jabodetabe...
Hazard: Earthquakes & tsunami
10 meter

Tsunami simulation By National disaster management
agency

Pelabuhan Ratu

The pot...
While for for 2012, there is 1.008 fire, and for
While for for 2012, there is 1.008 fire, and for
2013 are 486
2013 are 48...
The project..

Overall Objective:
To increase access to safer school
learning environments for children
in disaster prone ...
At the end of the project,
each school will have

• Disaster preparedness teams
• Completed risk assessments,
including st...
This project also aims to have....

• A platform for teachers to share
learning and experiences
• Education officials at m...
W we have learned so far ...
hat
• Teacher and school principle more busy than rural setting
• Lot of extracurricular acti...
Total beneficiaries so Far

From Targeted: 20 school with
Approximately 6,000 children's, 200
teachers and school administ...
Challenges
• Lack of participation from teacher In some schoool, such as
SDN Rawa Bunga Karang East Jakarta & SDN Kota
Bam...
W
hat Next?
• Organize structural assessments of 6 school for the first
year
• Organize regular emergency evacuation simul...
Terima Kasih
Thank You

Question?
Extra presentation urban safe school project plan idn-yusra tebe-drr practitioners workshop-4nov
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Extra presentation urban safe school project plan idn-yusra tebe-drr practitioners workshop-4nov

600 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Extra presentation urban safe school project plan idn-yusra tebe-drr practitioners workshop-4nov

  1. 1. Plan Indonesia’s On going Urban Safe Schools Project Lesson learned “Disaster Risk Reduction Practitioners Workshop” Thailand, 13-14 November 2013 Yusra.tebe@plan-international.org
  2. 2. Outline of presentation 1.Overview of Plan Indonesia 2. General Overview of Urban Safe School Project 3. Why Jakarta? 4. The Project 4.1. Objective, result, and period 4.2. Lesson learned 3.2. Challenges 3.6. What next 5. Q & A
  3. 3. Overview of Plan Indonesia We are: - A Child centered organization - Working in Indonesia for more than 44 years - With 333 staffs and annual budget of more than USD 15 million (2012) -Our areas of focus: - Education, health, and well-being for young children - Inclusive education - Child protection and participation - Water, sanitation, and hygiene promotion - Youth economic empowerment - Disaster risk management -Mainly working in the rural parts of Indonesia, particularly in Central Java and Eastern part of Indonesia
  4. 4. Over View of Urban Safe School www.bbc.co.uk 1. It is an innovative approach due to it focus on schools that situated within a population dense megacity, disaster-prone, and urban poor communities in Jakarta; and promote partnership with local partners 2. It is intention to fill in gaps and works to support schools to adhere to the Indonesia Government’s Guidelines for Implementation of Initiatives for Safe Schools and Madrasah, recently issued in 2012; as well as the Comprehensive School Safety Framework that being used at regional level. 3. To produce valuable findings and lessons learned for the safe school initiative in Indonesia
  5. 5. W Jakarta ? hy 1. 9.6 million people population (largest populated city in South East Asia, 13th in the world. Jabodetabek is 2nd largest in the world with popolation 27.9 million). Its Densely populated 2. 2.297.746 are children, with total primary school are 3.006 3. Center of economic and government administration for Indonesia www.straitstimes.com 4. About 40% of the city is below sea level, and 13 natural rivers flow through the city from the south and drain into the Java Sea (UNISDR) 5. It is the most disaster prone area in Indonesia (flood, earthquake/tsunami, Fire, and tidal waves) 6. Poor early warning and emergency response systems (WB, Jakarta Case study) 7. Fun fact: world’s most active Twitter city! www.thejakartapost.com
  6. 6. Hazard: Earthquakes & tsunami 10 meter Tsunami simulation By National disaster management agency Pelabuhan Ratu The potential of eartquake 8,2 SR at south of west Java could cause tsunami with 10 meters high with arrival time are 20 after shock. The prediction of area that affected are: south Java coustal & East Java
  7. 7. While for for 2012, there is 1.008 fire, and for While for for 2012, there is 1.008 fire, and for 2013 are 486 2013 are 486
  8. 8. The project.. Overall Objective: To increase access to safer school learning environments for children in disaster prone urban communities Expected Results: 1.Children, teachers, and school committees contribute to building a culture of school safety 2.Children, parents and community members have greater knowledge of school-based emergency preparedness actions Project period is 3 Years starting3.Best1 practices and learning from March 2013 to February 28 2015 urban safe schools initiative are Total amount Budget: USD 491,535. Funded by Prudence st Foundation Through Plan Hongkong th
  9. 9. At the end of the project, each school will have • Disaster preparedness teams • Completed risk assessments, including structural assessment • Teachers trained on how to teach DRR in school • A DRR action plan (integrated in the school development planning) and implement it • Able to organize emergency evacuation simulations • Children actively advocating for safe schools • Using child-centered approach
  10. 10. This project also aims to have.... • A platform for teachers to share learning and experiences • Education officials at municipality level understand and able to apply the national safe school guidelines • Collaboration with media for public awareness and outreach campaigns • Research and documentation on urban risk programming in schools • Structural assessment result on each school • Learning events on safe schools at the national level
  11. 11. W we have learned so far ... hat • Teacher and school principle more busy than rural setting • Lot of extracurricular activity • The provincial department and disaster management agency staff have basic knowledge on DRR • Its good to have an MoU between with Education department at provincial level • Education department at provincial Level are very supportive in supporting the project, formal and informal • The provincial Education department has dedicate their staff to support and to get involved in monev • Need to be more creative in organize the activity of safe school Vs regular activity at school
  12. 12. Total beneficiaries so Far From Targeted: 20 school with Approximately 6,000 children's, 200 teachers and school administrators, 50 multi stakeholders, 15,000 community members
  13. 13. Challenges • Lack of participation from teacher In some schoool, such as SDN Rawa Bunga Karang East Jakarta & SDN Kota Bambu 01 Pg Palmerah, West Jakarta. Its maybe because lack of knowledge from them • Its hard to find suitable time to conduct some activity because school already have regular activity and because of the schedule of exam and final exam • Changes of 3 school principal , so partners need to re-start the strategy and need to communication • Few parent are fell afraid to give permission to their child to get involved in the safe school activity if the activity outside the school
  14. 14. W hat Next? • Organize structural assessments of 6 school for the first year • Organize regular emergency evacuation simulations for earthquake, flood, and fire at schools • Facilitate development of child-centered safe schools action plans with the participation of children • Adapt and disseminate child-friendly IEC materials on safe schools • Intensive coordination and advocacy with relevant multi stakeholders • Completion of trainings for teachers to roll-out curriculum modules on mainstreaming DR education R • Organize cross learning visits between schools
  15. 15. Terima Kasih Thank You Question?

×