Participatory monitoring through SMS network - Indonesia (pili)

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  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Petisi yang dihasilkan merupakan pernyataan tertulis dari seluruh siswa yang terlibat dan masing-masing sekolah.
  • Participatory monitoring through SMS network - Indonesia (pili)

    1. 1. Participatory monitoring system through SMS network<br />Andhika Vega<br />Strengthening Climate Resilience Regional Workshop<br /> Bangkok, July 22nd-23rd2010<br />
    2. 2. Trial Location<br />
    3. 3. Background<br /><ul><li>Lack of information access in communities on disaster risk, agricultural issues regarding to climate change effects.
    4. 4. Low awareness and understanding level of community on selected issues.
    5. 5. Low preparedness level of community to face the disaster risk related to climate change.</li></ul>Objective<br /><ul><li>Providing information access for communities on disaster risk, agricultural issues regarding to climate change effects.
    6. 6. Raising awareness and understanding level of community on selected issues.
    7. 7. To build preparedness mechanism in community to face the disaster risk related to climate change.</li></li></ul><li>Approach<br /><ul><li> Participatory
    8. 8. Multi stakeholders
    9. 9. Information System Technology</li></ul>Methods<br /><ul><li>Participatory Survey
    10. 10. Capacity Building: Environmental Education for school & Communities
    11. 11. FGD
    12. 12. Participatory Data Analysis
    13. 13. Feedback Mechanism: SMS Blast, Bulletin, Expert consultation, Radio talk show</li></li></ul><li>Work Flow<br />
    14. 14. Information flow<br />
    15. 15. Findings<br />Data and information from communities based on recent village condition: water debit, pests attack & agricultural issues, temperature, rain fall, wildlife, etc<br />And we analyze the data & information in a learning forum between stakeholders, and the result is:<br /><ul><li> Weather analysis bulletin as references for communities to decide planting term, commodities and land management technique.
    16. 16. Integrated pest control (traditional and technological) & Planting season calendar.
    17. 17. Biodiversity awareness education for communities; correlated with the food chain.</li></li></ul><li>Lessons learned<br /><ul><li> Minimum awareness & participation level of communities to monitor environmental changes, due to the monitoring criteria, local CBO approach, facilitation design.
    18. 18. Need to calibrate the measuring instrument with meteorological, climatology and geophysical institute
    19. 19. Communities also need to support by communication devices as well as pre paid voucher. Not only need information & measuring instrument.</li></ul>Community Participation level in 3 villages (Jan-Mar 2010)<br />© PILI- Green Network<br />
    20. 20. Planting season calendar at Kabojaya Village, FGD result<br />
    21. 21. Our partner<br />

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