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Ford foundation report

  1. 1. 
 Free
Your
Knowledge
2010
 Narrative
and
financial
report
for
Ford
Foundation
 By
Siska
Doviana
(Project
Director,
Wikimedia
Indonesia)
 
 SRF No.: 15223 / Grantee ID: 66006046 Program: Conducting a four month web-based writing competition called “Bebaskan Pengetahuan! 2010 (Free Knowledge! 2010)” 
 
 1
  2. 2. 
 Table
of
Contents
 Background .........................................................................................................................3
 Problem
analysis ........................................................................................................................ 3
 SMART
(Specific,
measureable,
appropriate,
realistic,
time­bound)
Goal ............. 4
 Implementing
organization
and
project
partners .................................................6
 Wikimedia
Indonesia ................................................................................................................ 6
 Project
partners.......................................................................................................................... 7
 Implementation
and
findings ........................................................................................8
 Planning
stages
and
fundraising ........................................................................................... 8
 University
Participation........................................................................................................... 9
 Media
partnership
and
press
conferences ..................................................................... 10
 Financial
report............................................................................................................... 13
 Budget
and
actual
expenses
record..................................................................................14
 Post
funding
A
­
Stage
1:
Preparation
&
Fundraising.................................................
14
 1.
Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
A
­
Stage
1:
Preparation
&
Fundraising…..
15
 a.
A3
Fundraising
approach
(transport
reimbursement)………………………………
15
 b.
A4
internship
cost……………………………………………………………………………………...
17
 Post
funding
B
–
Stage
2:
Road
show
to
Universities;
introductions,
training,
 and
project
exposure
(March
2010)................................................................................
36
 2.
Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
B
­
Stage
2:
Road
show
to
Universities;
 introductions,
training,
and
project
exposure……………………………………………….
36
 a.
B1
Transportation
to
10
Universities…………………………………………………………
36
 b.
B2
Courier/
mail
cost…………………………………………………………………………………
43
 Post
funding
C
–
Stage
3:
Training
materials
development
(not
funded)............43
 Post
funding
D
­
Stage
4:
Participant
training...............................................................44
 3.
Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
D
­
Stage
4:
Participant
training……………..44
 a.
D4
Participant
meals
(introduction
training
March
27’10)………………………..44
 b.
D6
Participant
training
equipment…………………………………………………………….45
 Post
funding
E
­
Stage
5:
Jury
training…………………………………………………………….47
 a.
E1
Transport
reimbursement
for
jury
(training
1
&
2)
………………………………47
 b.
E2
Venue
rental
for
Jury
training
……………………………………………………………….49
 c.

E3
Meals
during
Jury
training
……………………………………………………………………49
 Post
funding
F
–
Stage
6:
Press
Conference
1
&
2
 (Funded
by
WMF
&
Pertamina)
……………………………………………………………….......
52
 Post
funding
G
­
Stage
7:
Grand
Prize
Winner.............................................................
52
 Attachments ..................................................................................................................... 55
 
 
 
 2
  3. 3. Background
 
 The
 Indonesian
 language
 Wikipedia
 is
 the
 largest
 encyclopedia
 site
 in
 Bahasa
 Indonesia.
It
has
1.2
million
visits
per
day
and
over
100
thousands
articles
as
of
 2009
with
only
30
very
active
contributors.
However,
for
a
site
that
“anyone
can
 edit”,
not
everyone
knows
how
to
edit
it.

 
 Established
in
2003,
the
Indonesian
language
Wikipedia
community
realizes
it
is
 much
easier
to
read
(consume)
than
it
is
to
contribute.
This
atmosphere
has
hurt
 the
growth
of
its
content
and
the
number
of
editors,
leaving
a
small
number
of
 very
active
contributors
stagnant
for
years.
 
 Bebaskan
 Pengetahuan
 2010
 (Free
 Knowledge
 2010)
 is
 a
 three‐month
 wiki
 based
 writing
 competition
 in
 Indonesian
 language
 Wikipedia.
 The
 project
 initiated
 to
 address
 problem
 of
 low
 participation
 in
 Indonesian
 language
 Wikipedia
where
selected
participants
from
10
universities
are
invited
to
receive
 online
training
on
how
to
write
in
wikipedia
and
compete
for
three
months.
As
 an
incentive,
one
winner
will
attend
Wikimania
2010
International
Conference
in
 Gdansk,
Poland.

 
 The
 project
 begins
 in
 February
 2010
 with
 internship
 program
 training
 for
 the
 competition
committee
and
ended
in
July
2010
when
a
winner
emerges
from
the
 competition
and
depart
to
Gdansk,
Poland.

 Problem
analysis
 
 Statistics
 show
 that
 one
 of
 the
 Indonesian
 Wikipedia's
 problems
 is
 a
 stagnant
 number
of
very
active
contributors
for
years.
Indonesian
language
is
the
official
 language
 of
 Indonesia,
 the
 world's
 fourth
 most
 populous
 country,
 and
 yet
 the
 project
only
has
+/‐
30
very
active
contributors.
 
 
 
 
 3
  4. 4. There
are
several
reason
why
this
may
happened;

 ¥ Low
penetration
of
internet
access
in
Indonesia.
 ¥ Indonesians
are
not
 familiar
 with
 volunteering
 possibilities
beyond
disaster
 and
poverty
relief.

 ¥ Academic
 and
 social
 media
 trends
 in
 Indonesia
 pushed
 creativity
 towards
 business
 and
 entertainment
 models
 for
 profit,
 while
 there
 are
 not
 many
 opportunities
exist
to
channel
creativity/
volunteering
effort
for
a
non‐profit
 or
not‐for‐profit.
 
 Another
 problem
 that
 may
 hurt
 the
 sustainability
 of
 the
 effort
 is
 the
 existing
 generation
gap
in
Indonesian
language
very
active
contributors.
In
its
early
days,
 the
Indonesian
Wikipedia's
leading
volunteer
contributors
ranged
between
25
to
 40
 years
 old.
 These
 people
 were
 mostly
 professionals
 with
 an
 educational
 background
 from
 undergraduates
 to
 master’s
 degree
 in
 various
 subject
 of
 interest.
 Recently,
 the
 average
 age
 of
 very
 active
 contributors
 became
 younger
 (too
 young)
 with
 age
 13
 to
 20
 dominating
 off
 article
 conversation.
 This
 generation
 gap
 impairs
 knowledge
 transfer
 because
 it
 is
 difficult
 for
 these
 two
 groups
 to
 communicate
 and
 understand
 what
 each
 other
 wants
 nor
 reach
 a
 concensus.
 The
 project's
 target
 audience
 addresses
 this
 problem
 by
 making
 its
 participants
age
range
from
18
to
25
years
old.
 SMART
(Specific,
measureable,
appropriate,
realistic,
time‐bound)
Goal
 Specific
 The
goal
was
to
address
specific
problems:

 1. Low
levels
of
participation
in
the
Indonesian
Wikipedia
 2. Lack
of
sufficient
knowledge
on
how
to
contribute
 3. Lack
of
sufficient
knowledge
of
the
importance
and
benefit
of
having
high‐ quality
online
encyclopedia
in
Indonesian
language
 4. Lack
of
awareness
of
how
Wikipedia
operates.

 
 Measureable
 The
project
aimed
to
double
the
number
of
existing
very
active
contributors
 using
participatory
approach
for
72
days.

 
 
 4
  5. 5. 
 Appropriate
 From
 Febuary
 to
 June
 2010
 the
 project’s
 effort
 focused
 in
 raising
 awareness
 (road
 shows
 to
 10
 universities),
 increasing
 knowledge
 (training),
 changing
 people's
 attitude
 (having
 them
 be
 committed
 to
 participating),
 and
 capacity
 building
 by
 introducing
 a
 new
 skill
 (hands
 on
 practice
 to
 write
 online
 using
 a
 clear,
neutral
approach
to
subject
matter
in
highly
readable
format).

 
 Realistic
 In
 doing
 all
 the
 above
 the
 project
 integrated
 the
 wiki
 technology
 in
 the
 participant's
daily
life
for
72
days.

 Participants
 were
 also
 encouraged
 to
 advocate
 free
 knowledge
 movement
 and
 volunteers
 during
 and
 after
 the
 project
 took
 place.
 The
 goal
 was
 that
 with
 one
 hundred
percent
participation
from
participating
universities,
one
third
of
these
 participants
 would
 turn
 to
 very
 active
 contributors,
 doubling
 the
 current
 very
 active
contributor
numbers
for
two
months.

 Sub‐goal
 of
 the
 project
 also
 to
 introduce
 the
 initiative
 nation‐wide
 by
 helding
 press
 conferences
 together
 with
 Indonesian
 Ministry
 of
 Communication
 and
 Informatcs.
 Hopefully
 with
 the
 help
 of
 mass
 media
 coverage,
 it
 will
 create
 demands
for
a
broader
scope
(national‐level)
competition.

 
 Time­bound

 The
project
should
be
completed
before
Wikimania
2010
began
in
July
9,
2010.
 
 
 
 5
  6. 6. Implementing
organization
and
project
partners
 
 Wikimedia
Indonesia

 
 Wikimedia
Indonesia
is
legal

not
for
profit
organization
established
by
volunteer
 with
 the
 goal
 of
 “free
 knowledge”.
 The
 organization
 is
 a
 member‐base
 association
 and
 officially
 recognize
 as
 local
 chapter
 of
 Wikimedia
 Foundation,
 Inc.,
a
non
profit
charitable
organization

based
in
San
Francisco,
U.S.
Wikimedia
 Foundation
 operates
 some
 of
 the
 largest
 collaboratively
 edited
 reference
 projects
in
the
world,
including
Wikipedia,
a
top‐ten
internet
property.

 
 Wikimedia
 Foundation
 and
 Wikimedia
 Indonesia
 affiliation
 strictly
 goal‐ oriented.
 Wikimedia
 Indonesia
 is
 an
 independent
 organization
 operates
 within,
 not
a
Wikimedia
Foundation’s
branch
or
funded
by
Wikimedia
Foundation.
 
 Established
 in
 September
 5,
 2008
 Wikimedia
 Indonesia
 became
 Indonesian
 volunteer
 identity
 to
 meet,
 to
 build
 project,
 and
 to
 collect
 funding
 to
 make
 organization’s
 mission
 a
 reality.
 The
 “free
 knowledge”
 movement
 is
 a
 global
 effort
 as
 an
 alternative
 approach
 to
 bridge
 the
 gap
 of
 knowledge
 because
 the
 absent
of
access
to
the
information
or
the
absent
of
the
information
itself.
 
 Wikimedia
 Indonesia
 serve
 as
 the
 implementing
 organization
 of
 “Bebaskan
 Pengetahuan
2010”
a
three‐month
wiki
based
writing
competition
in
Indonesian
 language
 Wikipedia.
 The
 project
 initiated
 to
 address
 problem
 of
 low
 participation
in
Indonesian
language
Wikipedia
where
selected
participants
from
 10
 universities
 are
 invited
 to
 receive
 online
 training
 on
 how
 to
 write
 in
 wikipedia
and
compete
for
three
months.
As
an
incentive,
one
winner
will
attend
 Wikimania
2010
International
Conference
in
Gdansk,
Poland.

 
 
 
 
 6
  7. 7. Project
partners

 
 The
project
will
be
considered
a
success
if
during
the
planning
stages
and
 implementation
it
involves
the
organization’s
stakeholders;

 ¥ Media
partners
cooperation
 ¥ Private
companies
cooperation
by
seeing
a
future
similar
projects
as
a
good
 chance
to
do
co‐branding
with
the
effort.
While
the
organization
may
find
 private
company
cooperation
could
contribute
to
the
organization’s
 sustainability.
 ¥ Government
attention
and
cooperation
 ¥ Universities
cooperation
meant
that
they
will
understand
Wikipedia
more,
 recognize
the
Academic
potential
in
enriching
it
instead
of
campaigning
in
 banning
it
from
Universities.
 ¥ Donor
organization
 
 7
  8. 8. Implementation
and
findings
 
 Planning
stages
and
fundraising
 
 During
 the
 planning
 stages,
 project
 director
 recruited
 three
 possible
 interns
 as
 project
committee.
The
interns
have
never
edited
Wikipedia
before;
one
of
them
 didn't
even
know
what
it
is,
while
others
stated
"vaguely
heard
about
it".

 Internship
is
one
of
the
organization
strategic
planning
because
of
the
following:
 a) The
project’s
budget
is
not
design
to
pay
professional
help
 b) The
 organization
 product
 is
 capacity
 building,
 focusing
 on
 building
 capacity
to
disseminate
knowledge
freely.
 c) Having
 interns
 working
 in
 the
 project
 boost
 the
 organization
 name’s
 in
 the
intern’s
University.

 
 Because
Wikimedia
Indonesia
did
not
have
an
office,
interns
were
train
in
public
 places
 such
 as
 cafes,
 restaurant,
 or
 inside
 the
 University’s
 library.
 They
 were
 taught
to
deliver
by
target
and
result.
Meeting
for
project
coordination
take
pace
 twice
or
three
times
a
week.
Successful
internship
will
have
to
manage
their
time
 carefully
 in
 able
 to
 deliver.
 If
 the
 interns
 are
 not
 discipline
 in
 managing
 their
 time,
the
project
will
suffer.
All
interns
are
made
aware
of
these
possibilities.

 
 The
absent
of
an
office
turns
out
to
have
two
positive
consequences:
 1) The
 project
 taught
 the
 interns
 to
 work
 independently
 with
 minimum
 supervising.
The
interns
became
creative
and
judging
from
the
amount
of
 time
 spent
 from
 the
 interns
 in
 managing
 the
 project,
 the
 interns
 also
 become
very
productive
with
minimum
supervision/
motivation.

 2) 

Awareness
 about
 the
 organization
 and
 the
 project.
 Interns
 coming
 to
 a
 meeting
 in
 public
 places
 wearing
 the
 project’s
 shirt
 trigger’s
 public

 interest.
 Strangers
 came
 up
 and
 asks
 question
 about:
 “What
 is
 free
 knowledge?”
written
across
the
shirt.

 
 
 
 
 8
  9. 9. Project
 director
 also
 noted
 how
 treating
 interns
 as
 equal
 by
 being
 transparent
 about
 the
 project
 funding
 and
 distribution
 affected
 in
 the
 interns
 attitude.
 Transparency
 initiate
 sympathy
 and
 empathy,
 it
 is
 also
 create
 a
 sense
 of
 belonging
to
the
project.
The
interns
feel
they
own
and
operate
the
project.

 
 Surprisingly
 project
 director
 find
 fund
 raising
 more
 difficult
 than
 expected.
 Although
 the
 proposal
 was
 designed
 by
 professional
 designer
 who
 volunteered
 to
 do
 the
 work
 and
 request
 are
 carefully
 crafted
 to
 meet
 different
 kind
 of
 stakeholder’s
 need.
 Private
 company
 who
 could
 benefit
 from
 the
 effort,
 i.e
 Hewlett‐Packard,
 Zyrex
 (laptop),
 IM2
 (internet‐based),
 Telkomsel
 (communication
 network
 company)
 did
 not
 deliver.
 Instead,
 Pertamina
 as
 an
 energy
 company,
 find
 the
 project
 exciting
 and
 treat
 it
 as
 a
 business
 funding
 instead
of
a
grant‐giving
model.

 
 University
Participation
 
 One
 of
 best
 practice
 of
 the
 project
 is
 establishing
 contacts
 with
 Universities.
 Although
at
first
some
of
the
university
bureaucracy
is
difficult
to
penetrate,
the
 effort
turns
out
to
be
valuable
at
the
end.

 Surprising
finding
during
Universities
road
show
is
how
the
Universities
did
not
 link
with
each
other;
all
Universities‐funded
events
are
very
local,
limited
inside
 the
 university.
 Capacity
 building
 for
 students
 was
 mostly
 seminars
 where
 students
receive
one
way
communication
model,
or
entertainment‐based
events.
 When
 external
 event
 did
 happened
 it
 rarely
 involves
 academic
 as
 active
 participants.

 Project
 Director
 also
 find
 that
 the
 benefit
 of
 holding
 a
 writing
 competition
 for
 inter‐university
 went
 beyond
 the
 organization’s
 mission.
 It
 actually
 benefit
 the
 university’s
 more.
 Mercu
 Buana
 University
 and
 Sekolah
 Tinggi
 Teologi
 Jakarta
 admit
 that
 the
 banners
 installed
 in
 their
 Universities
 help
 the
 accreditation
 of
 their
faculty.
Hans
Abdiel
from
Sekolah
Tinggi
Teologi
Jakarta,
is
a
runner
up
in
 the
competition,
he
boost
the
university’s
name
and
pride.

 
 9
  10. 10. “
Sekolah
Tinggi
Teologi
Jakarta
is
the
oldest
theology
school
in
Jakarta,
yet
only
 very
 few
 know
 what
 we
 are
 or
 where
 we
 are.
 This
 competition
 not
 only
 introduce
the
public
about
our
school,
it
is
also
enables
our
student
to
exercise
 their
 talent,
 we
 have
 very
 smart
 students,
 and
 we
 admit
 that
 we
 are
 short‐ handed
 in
 that
 (competition
 in
 academic
 level)
 department.
 That
 is
 why
 we
 welcome
events
such
as
this
one.”
–
Stephen
Suleeman
(STTJ)
 Media
partnership
and
press
conferences
 
 Collaboration
 with
 mass
 media
 would
 be
 one
 of
 the
 project
 successes.
 The
 project
receives
support
from
Vivanews.com
and
TraxFM
radio.
It
also
receives
 36
 news
 coverage.
 Most
 of
 the
 coverage
 contribution
 comes
 from
 partnering
 with
the
Government.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 10
  11. 11. Evaluation
and
Result
 
 ¥ During
 the
 competition,
 Indonesian
 very
 active
 contributors
 number
 doubles.
Worldwide,
this
effort
would
be
the
first
time
a
volunteer
effort
 or
a
project
actually
impacted
wikipedia
activity
that
can
be
seen
clearly
 through
statistic.

 
 
 
 ¥ The
participants
contribute
a
total
of
1,386
articles
within
72
days
of
the
 competition–
this
is
a
very
high
quality
short
and
long
articles.

 
 ¥ A
 participant
 from
 Pelita
 Harapan
 University
 even
 notice
 that
 the
 competition
 standard,
 if
 apply
 to
 all
 Indonesian
 Wikipedia
 articles,
 will
 make
Indonesian
language
Wikipedia
excel
than
any
other
language.

 
 ¥ Although
 trained
 to
 contribute
 using
 a
 high
 quality
 standard
 writing,
 when
 the
 competition
 is
 over,
 only
 three
 participants
 stayed
 to
 edit
 further
 as
 volunteer.
 The
 winner,
 Kartika
 Sari
 Henry,
 wrote
 to
 me
 and
 explain
how
she
is
not
interested
to
involved
socially
in
Wikipedia,
since
 she
 thinks
 “there
 are
 many
 weird
 people”.
 It
 is
 a
 challenge
 for
 the
 organization
to
change
this
image.
Kartika
also
mentioned
that
in
order
to
 get
more
people
(like
her)
involved,
and
I
quote:
 “We
need
a
purpose…”
 To
 this
 date,
 writing
 for
 wikipedia
 is
 limited
 to
 a
 hobby,
 although
 it
 provide
great
benefit
for
all.

 
 
 11
  12. 12. ¥ Another
interesting
findings
from
a
project
point
of
view
is;
more
than
a
 one
day
project
will
need
a
full
time
personnel
in
central
administration.
 Doing
it
part‐time
will
jeopardize
the
project’s
potential
success
and
goal.

 
 ¥ While
 funding
 received
 for
 this
 type
 of
 project
 through
 a
 grant
 from
 public
 resources
 (i.e.
 Foundations)
 is
 helpful,
 it's
 also
 problematic
 because
a
grant
scheme
doesn't
allow
the
organization
to
independently
 fund
future
projects;
the
scheme
will
lead
the
organization
to
continually
 cling
for
support.
To
turn
this
into
a
sustainable
model,
this
type
of
project
 needs
 a
 combined
 public‐private
 partnership
 funding
 in
 order
 to
 move
 forward
and
become
sustainable.
 
 
 12
  13. 13. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Financial
report
 
 13
  14. 14. Budget
and
actual
expenses
record
 
 Wikimedia
Indonesia
receives
three
funding
resources
for
the
project.

 Estimated
overall
budget
for
the
project
is
IDR
250,000,000,‐
equal
to
USD
 26,880.43.
However
funding
received
is
only
USD
15,080,‐
 
 Please
note
that
the
budget
breakdown
will
be
in
Indonesian
Rupiah
(IDR)
for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 Ford
Foundation
 IDR
46,660,000,‐
 USD
5,000,‐
 Wikimedia
Foundation
 IDR
68,225,775,‐
 USD
7,500,‐
 Pertamina
 IDR
24,000,000,‐
 USD
2,580,‐
 Total

 USD
15,080,‐
 
 Post
funding
A
‐
Stage
1:
Preparation
&
Fundraising
 First
fundraising
and
preparation:
June
2009‐August
2009
 Second
fundraising
and
preparation:
December
2009­March
2010

 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Total Total Unit price post Item Qty Unit x Qty Unit x Amount Amount (IDR) (IDR) (USD) Communication cost A1 Funded by Pertamina (cellular) A2 Print and papers Funded by Pertamina
 Fundraising 
 
 
 A3 approach (transport 5
 months
 x 250,000 1,250,000 135.13 reimbursement) Interns @Rp.75,000 per 8 hours. A4 4 persons x 5 months x 1,500,000 30,000,000 3,243.25 Or Rp. 1,500,000/month A5 Coordination meeting Funded by Pertamina A6 Banners Funded by Pertamina A7 Posters Funded by Pertamina
 Sub total funded by Ford Foundation 
 31,250,000 3,378.38 
 14
  15. 15. 1. Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
A
‐
Stage
1:
Preparation
&
Fundraising
 a. A3
Fundraising
approach
(transport
reimbursement)
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.1,250,000 USD 135.13 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) August 5, 2009 Siska meeting with IM2 Transport reimbursement N/A 140,000 15,2 Taxi Cinere-IM2 (Pasar Minggu)-Cinere August 14, 2009 Siska meeting with Trax FM for media support Taxi Cinere to Trax FM N/A 90,000 Siska and Yana Trax FM 21 Attached 103,500 meeting F&B cost August 21, 2009 Siska meeting with Hewlett- Packard Transport reimbursement Siska N/A 30,000 3.3 Taxi Ratu Plaza to Mega Kuningan March 8, 2010 Siska meeting with website translator, Lowreyta, at Pacific Attached 68,500 7.5 Place. Cost for F&B March 12, 2010 Siska and Yana meeting with Trax FM N/A 218,000 23,6 transport taxi Sarinah to Cinere and F&B reimbursement March 22, 2010 Siska transport reimbursement FX-Sarinah-Cinere, interview at N/A 102,000 11,1 Trax FM April 17, 2010 Siska transport reimbursement printing proposal for Telkomsel N/A 15,000 1,7 Taxi FX- Bendhil - June 8, 2010 Siska transportation reimbursement Taxi FX - Bendhil (printing N/A 105,000 11,4 proposal for Pertamina) - Cinere Total A3 1,102,000 119,2 Balance A3 148,000 16 
 
 15
  16. 16. August
14,
2009

(receipt)
Siska
and
Yana
Trax
FM
meeting
F&B
cost
Rp.
103,500

 
 March
8,
2010
(receipt)
Siska
meeting
with
website
translator,
Lowreyta,
at
 Pacific
Place.
Cost
for
F&B
Rp.
68,500

 
 
 
 
 16
  17. 17. b. A4
internship
cost

 
 1. Intern
1:
Mariyanah
(Yana)
–
head
committee

 2. Intern
2:
Exga
Ayu
Puspitasari
–
administration
and
public
affairs
 3. Intern
2:
Hendra
Prasetyawan
–
website
and
content
 4. Intern
3:
Lowreytha
Rachmawati
–
translator
 Back
up
due
to
intern
1
to
4
unavailable:
 5. Siska
Doviana
–
Project
director
 6. Iwan
Novrion
–
recruited
volunteer

 
 
 Please
note
that
the
budget
breakdown
will
be
in
Indonesian
Rupiah
(IDR)
for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.30,000,000 USD 3,243 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Feb 28, 2010 Hendra February payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 Feb 28, 2010 Exga February payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 March 1, 2010 Yana February payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 March 31, 2010 Hendra March payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 March 31, 2010 Exga March payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 March 31, 2010 Yana March payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 April 14, 2010 Lowreytha – April 1-9, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment April 20, 2010 Lowreytha – April 10-17, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment April 28, 2010 Lowreytha – April 18-23, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment Lowreytha – April 24-30, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment – paid in May 22, 2010 April 28, 2010 Yana April payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 May 1, 2010 Hendra April payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 May 1, 2010 Exga April payment Attached 700,000 75.67 Exga extra payment for April – Attached 100,000 10.81 paid in June 8, 2010 Siska replacement for Exga absent (April) – paid in July 27 Attached 700,000 75.67 2010 Iwan Novrion additional help Attached 250,000 27.10 (April) – paid in July 26, 2010 Lowreytha – May 1-7, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment – paid in June 7, 2010 May 22, 2010 Lowreytha – May 8-14, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment May 22, 2010 Lowreytha – May 15-21, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment May 28, 2010 Lowreytha – May 22-28, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment May 30, 2010 Yana May payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 May 30, 2010 Hendra May payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 17
  18. 18. May 30, 2010 Exga May payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 June 4, 2010 Lowreytha – May 29 – June 4, Attached 250,000 27.10 2010 payment June 11, 2010 Lowreytha – June 5-11, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment June 11, 2010 Siska transportation to print N/A 205,000 22.16 report for Ford Foundation June 18, 2010 Lowreytha – June 5-11, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment June 25, 2010 Lowreytha – June 5-11, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment June 30,2010 Yana June payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 July 1, 2010 Hendra June payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 July 2, 2010 Lowreytha – June 26-July 2, Attached 250,000 27.10 2010 payment July 26, 2010 Lowreytha – July 3-9, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment July 26, 2010 Lowreytha – July 10-16, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment July 26, 2010 Lowreytha – July 17-23, 2010 Attached 250,000 27.10 payment July 26, 2010 Lowreytha – July 24-31, 2010 N/A 250,000 27.10 payment July 26, 2010 Lowreytha transportation reimbursement FX-Benhil-FX to N/A 7,000 0.75 buy stapler and copying July 26, 2010 Lowreytha F&B reimbursement Attached 29,000 3.13 FX July 28, 2010 Yana July payment Attached 1,500,000 162.16 July 28, 2010 Hendra extra work for 2 days N/A 100,000 10.81 Total A4 27,341,000 2,955.78 Balance A4 2,659,000 287.45 Relocated to G6 (grand prize winner pocket money) -880,450 95.18 Relocated to G7 (grand prize winner airport tax) -150,000 16.21 Relocated to G8 (grand prize winner transport) -1,110,000 11.89 Relocated to G9 (grand prize winner conference lodging) -518,550 56 Balance A4 0 0 
 
 18
  19. 19. Feb
28,
2010
‐
Hendra
February
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 Feb
28,
2010
‐
Exga
February
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 March
1,
2010
‐
Yana
February
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 March
31,
2010
‐
Hendra
March
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 19
  20. 20. March
31,
2010
‐
Exga
March
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 March
31,
2010
‐
Yana
March
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 April
14,
2010
‐
Lowreyta
April
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
1‐9
April
2010
 20
  21. 21. 
 April
20,
2010
‐
Lowreyta
April
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
10‐17
April
 2010
 
 April
28,
2010
‐
Lowreyta
April
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
18‐24
April
 2010
 21
  22. 22. 
 May
22,
2010
‐
Lowreyta
April
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
24‐30
April

 2010
 
 April
28,
2010
‐
Yana
April
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 22
  23. 23. 
 May
1,
2010
‐
Hendra
April
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 
 May
1,
2010
‐
Exga
April
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 23
  24. 24. 
 June
7,
2010
‐
Exga
April
extra
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 July
26,
2010
–
Iwan
Novrion
replacement
for
Exga
absent
April
payment
 (receipt)
back
up
internship
fee
for
April
 
 24
  25. 25. July
27,
2010
–
Siska
replacement
for
Exga
absent
April
payment
(receipt)
back
 up
internship
fee
for
April.

 
 May
11,
2010
‐
Lowreyta
May
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
1‐7
May

2010
 
 
 June
07,
2010
–
Lowreyta
May
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
8‐14
May
2010
 25
  26. 26. 
 May
22,
2010
–
Lowreyta
May
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
15‐21
May
2010
 
 June
3,
2010
–
Lowreyta
May
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
22‐28
May
2010
 26
  27. 27. 
 May
30,
2010
‐
Yana
May
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 
 May
30,
2010
‐
Hendra
May
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 27
  28. 28. 
 May
30,
2010
‐
Exga
May
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 
 
 
 
 June
7,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
29
May
–
4
June
 2010
 28
  29. 29. 
 
 July
1,
2010
–
Siska
reimbursement
transport
printing
report
for
Ford
 Foundation
on
June
11,
2010
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 June
15,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
5‐11
June
2010
 29
  30. 30. 
 June
23,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
12‐18
June
 2010
 
 
 30
  31. 31. June
23,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
19‐25
June
 2010
 
 June
30,
2010
‐
Yana
June
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 
 July
1,
2010
‐
Hendra
June
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 31
  32. 32. 
 July
26,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
26
June
–
2
July

 2010
 
 July
26,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
3‐9
July

2010
 32
  33. 33. 
 July
26,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
10‐16
July
2010
 
 
 July
26,
2010
–
Lowreyta
June
payment
(receipt)
translation
fee
17‐23
July
2010
 33
  34. 34. 
 July
26,
2010
–
Lowreyta
F&
B
reimbursement

 


 
 
 July
27,
2010
‐
Yana
July
payment
(receipt)
internship
fee.
 34
  35. 35. 
 
 35
  36. 36. Post
funding
B
–
Stage
2:
Road
show
to
Universities;
introductions,
training,
 and
project
exposure
(March
2010)

 
 Please
note
that
the
budget
breakdown
will
be
in
Indonesian
Rupiah
(IDR)
for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Total Total Unit price post Item Qty Unit x Qty Unit x Amount Amount (IDR) (IDR) (USD) Transportation (to 10 B1 3 times x 10 location
 x 200,000 6,000,000 648.64 universities) B2 Courier (mail cost) 30 times x 10,000 300,000 32.43 Sub total funded by Ford Foundation 
 6,300,000 681.07 
 2. Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
B
‐
Stage
2:
Road
show
to
Universities;
 introductions,
training,
and
project
exposure

 a. B1
Transportation
to
10
Universities
 
 Budget Rp.6,000,000 USD 648.64 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Visit to Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Jakarta Taxi Cinere-Blok M-Proklamasi N/A 100,000 162.16 Taxi Proklamasi-Sarinah-Plaza Semanggi 32,000 162.16 March 2, 2010 Cost F&B (lunch) for two Attached 102,504 11.08 persons Visit to Pelita Harapan University Taxi Semanggi – Tangerang 105,500 Taxi Tangerang – FX Senayan N/A 130,500 25.51 Visit to University of Indonesia, Depok Siska taxi Cinere – Depok 78,000 8.43 March 03, 2010 Exga taxi Blok M – Depok N/A 82,000 8.86 Cost F&B (lunch) for two Attached 77,000 8.32 Visit to UNIKA Atma Jaya Taxi Depok-Semanggi-Cinere N/A 175,000 18.91 Visit to Mercubuana University Taxi Cinere – Joglo March 04, 2010 Meeting with volunteer designer regarding posters Taxi Joglo – BRI II – Cinere N/A 270,000 29.18 Visit to STIKOM London School of Public Relation March 09, 2010 Taxi Cinere – Sudirman – Cinere N/A 180,000 19.45 March 10, 2010 Visit to Paramadina University Taxi Cinere – Paramadina N/A 65,000 7.07 Visit to Bogor Institute of Agriculture 36
  37. 37. Taxi Paramadina – Grand Indonesia March 10, 2010 Busway Grand Indonesia – Stasiun Kota N/A 37,000 4.00 Cost F&B (lunch) Attached 19,800 2.14 Train Jakarta – Bogor – Jakarta Attached 44,000 4.75 Transportation in Bogor N/A 30,000 3.24 Cost F&B (dinner) Attached 23,500 2.54 Visit to Bina Nusantara University March 11, 2010 Taxi Cinere – Binus – Cinere (+bajay) N/A 197,000 21.29 Visit to universities to disseminate posters. March 15, 2010 Transportation and F&B cost for two N/A 50,000 5.40 Visit to universities to disseminate posters. March 17, 2010 Transportation and F&B cost for 20,000 2.16 two N/A 41,000 4.43 Visit to University of Mercu Buana and meeting with Ministry of Communication and Informatics March 19, 2010 Transportation and F&B cost Taxi Cinere – UMB – Senayan N/A City. 145,000 15.67 Cost F&B (lunch) N/A 20,000 2.16 Visit to Bina Nusantara (Binus) University March 22, 2010 Transportation cost Taxi Cinere – Binus – FX N/A 100,000 10.81 Participant training in Mercubuana University (UMB) Transportation cost Taxi Cinere – UMB – Cinere N/A 164,000 17.73 F&B cost N/A 33,500 3.62 Reimbursement trainer’s March 27, 2010 transport and F&B cost: Gombang Nan Cengka Attached 100,000 10.81 Yana transport reimbursement to pick up Bogor’s (IPB) participant from train station to Mercu Buana University and back to train station after the training (eight participant) N/A 150,000 16.21 Participant’s training in STIKOM London School of Public Relation Transportation cost Siska Taxi Cinere – FX – LSPR – Cinere N/A 195,000 21.08 April 5, 2010 Transportation cost Yana UMB (Meruya) – FX – LSPR – Meruya N/A 33,000 3.56 F&B cost for two Attached 90,000 9.73 Reimbursement trainer’s transport and F&B cost: Gombang Nan Cengka Attached 100,000 10.81 37
  38. 38. Participant’s training in Mercubuana University (UMB) and University of Al-Azhar Indonesia (UAI) April 6, 2010 Reimbursement transport for Yana Meruya – UAI – UMB N/A 50,000 5.40 Siska Cinere – UAI – UMB – Cinere N/A 220,000 23.78 Participant’s training in Pelita Harapan University (UPH) Tangerang Reimbursement for committee April 10, 2010 transport Jakarta-Tangerang Taxi Cinere-Meruya-UPH- Meruya-Cinere N/A 309,000 33.40 F&B cost (lunch) for three 98,500 10.64 Participant’s training in University of Indonesia (Depok) April 23, 2010 Reimbursement for committee transport taxi Cinere-Depok- Cinere N/A 197,000 21.29 Banner and admin matters in London School of Public Relations (LSPR) Jakarta April 29, 2010 Reimbursement for committee transport taxi Cinere-LSPR- Cinere N/A 180,000 19.45 Visit to Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) Reimbursement for committee transport (Siska) Taksi Cinere-Blok M-Cinere N/A 160,000 17.29 April 30, 2010 Busway Blok M-Stasiun Kota- N/A 7,000 0.75 Blok M Train ticket Jakarta-Bogor- Attached 22,000 2.37 Jakarta Transport in Bogor N/A 27,000 2.91 F&B cost N/A 37,400 4.04 Last participant training reimbusement train cost May 26, 2010 transport for 3 participants from Bogor (IPB) @Rp. 50,000,- N/A 150,000 16.21 Total B1 4,448,204 480.88 Balance B1 1,551,796 167.76 Relocated to G9 (grand prize winner conference lodging) -423,850 -45.82 Relocated to G10 (grand prize winner conference fee) -471,200 -50.94 Balance B1 656,746 70.99 
 38
  39. 39. March
2,
2010
Cost
F&B
(lunch)
for
two
persons
–
after
visit
to
Sekolah
Tinggi
 Teologi
Jakarta
 March
3,
2010
Cost
F&B
(lunch)
for
two
persons
–
before
visit
to
UNIKA
Atma
 Jaya
University
 



 
 39
  40. 40. March
10,
2010
return
train
tickets
for
two
and
cost
F&B
(lunch
&
dinner)
before
 visit
to
Bogor
Agricultural
Insititute
(Institut
Pertanian
Bogor
–IPB).
 
 



 
 
 40
  41. 41. March
27,
2010
reimbursement
cost
for
trainer:
Gombang
Nan
Cengka’s
meals
 and
transport
for
participant’s
competition
training

in
Mercu
Buana
University.
 
 March
27,
2010
reimbursement
cost
for
trainer:
Gombang
Nan
Cengka’s
meals
 and
transport
for
participant’s
competition
training

in
Mercu
Buana
University.
 
 41
  42. 42. April
5,
2010
cost
F&B
after
training
in
London
School
of
Public
Relation
(LSPR)
 for
two.
 
 April
30,
2010
return
train
tickets
during
visit
to
Bogor
Agricultural
Insititute
 (Institut
Pertanian
Bogor
–IPB).
 
 42
  43. 43. 
 b. B2
Courier/
mail
cost

 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.300,000 USD 32.43 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Tiki – UMB 5,000 0.54 Tiki – Coca cola Foundation 5,000 0.54 Tiki – Universitas Al Azhar Indonesia 5,000 0.54 Tiki – Universitas Pelita Harapan Not shown 7,500 0.81 Feb 11, 2010 Tiki – Universitas Indonesia 5,000 0.54 Tiki – Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Jakarta 5,000 0.54 Tiki – Unika Atma Jaya 5,000 0.54 Tiki - Pertamina 5,000 0.54 Feb 17, 2010 Tiki – Hewlett-Packard Not shown 5,000 0.54 Feb 18, 2010 Tiki - IIEF Not shown 12,000 1.29 Tiki – Paramadina University Not shown 5,000 0.54 Feb 23, 2010 Tiki – STIKOM London School of 5,000 0.54 Public Relation Tiki – Unika Atma Jaya 5,000 0.54 Feb 25, 2010 Not shown Tiki – Binus University 5,000 0.54 Tiki – STIKOM London School of Not shown 11,000 1.18 March 2, 2010 Public Relation 11,000 1.18 Tiki – Universitas Moestopo Tiki – Kemenkominfo 11,000 1.18 Not shown March 3, 2010 Tiki – Zyrex 11,000 1.18 Tiki – IPB 14,000 1.51 March 18, 2010 Tiki – Vivanews.com Not shown 5,000 0.54 March 19, 2010 Tiki – Telkomsel Not shown 12,000 1.29 June 08, 2010 Cytox – Pertamina Not shown 15,000 1.62 Pos Indonesia – William Arya June 28, 2010 Not shown (Poster) 14,500 1.56 Petty cash to send participants July 27, 2010 reference letter to 10 universities Not shown 113,500 12.27 (not sent yet) Total B2 300,000 32.42 Balance B2 0 0 
 Post
funding
C
–
Stage
3:
Training
materials
development
(not
funded)
 43
  44. 44. Post
funding
D
‐
Stage
4:
Participant
training
 
 Participant
introduction
training
:
March
27,
2010
 Participant
advance
training
:
May
25,
2010

 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Total Total Unit price post Item Qty Unit x Qty Unit x Amount Amount (IDR) (IDR) (USD) Participant meals D4 (introduction training 100 people x 1 day x 50,000 5,000,000 540.54 March 27'10) Room rental cost and D5 meals (advance Funded by Wikimedia Foundation training May 25'10) Training equipment D6 100 persons x 1 piece x 10,000 1,000,000 108.10 for participant Sub total funded by Ford Foundation 
 31,250,000 3,378.38 
 3. Actual
expenses
for
post
funding
D
‐
Stage
4:
Participant
training

 
 a. D4
Participant
meals
(introduction
training
March
27’10)
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.5,000,000 USD 540.54 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Attached Meals for 61 participants (from 8 with March 27, 2010 attendance universities) record 3,050,000 329.73 Attached Meals for 9 participants in with April 5, 2010 attendance London School of Public Relation record 450,000 48.64 Meals for additional 2 Attached with participants in Al Azhar attendance University record 100,000 10.81 April 6, 2010 Attached Meals for additional 4 with participants from Mercu Buana attendance Universities record 200,000 21.62 Meals for additional 2 Attached with April 8, 2010 participants from Binus attendance University record 100,000 10.81 Attached Meals for participants from Pelita with April 10, 2010 attendance 400,000 42.24 Harapan University record Total D4 4,300,000 464.86 Balance D4 700,000 75.67 
 44
  45. 45. 45
  46. 46. 46
  47. 47. 47
  48. 48. 48
  49. 49. 49
  50. 50. 50
  51. 51. 51
  52. 52. 52
  53. 53. 53
  54. 54. b. D6
Participant
training
equipment

 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.1,000,000 USD 108.10 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) March 14, 2010 Battery ABC Alkaline Not shown 10,500 1.13 Double tape, strapler, receipt March 20, 2010 casing, brown envelope, bantex Attached clipboards (5), glue stick 99,400 10.74 Bantex clipboard (4) Attached 46,800 5.05 Paper Attached 44,500 4.81 March 23, 2010 Black cartridge Attached 204,500 22.10 Color cartridge Attached 254,000 27.45 March 24, 2010 Bantex clipboard (1) Not shown 11,700 1.26 Post-it and marker Not shown 27,000 2.91 Buku Pintar for training example Attached 70,000 7.56 Post-it and marker Not shown 27,000 2.92 Hendra reimbursement gasoline March 26, 2010 money for training admin purposes. Not shown 20,000 2.16 Karang Tengah – Harmoni – Meruya – Harmoni – Meruya – Karang Tengah Cleaning service fee for venue N/A 40,000 4.32 March 27, 2010 Battery ABC Alkaline Not shown 10,000 1.08 April 01, 2010 Battery ABC Alkaline Not shown 22,950 2.48 Total D6 861,350 93.11 Balance D6 138,650 14.97 
 
 54
  55. 55. 




 
 

 55
  56. 56. Post
funding
E
‐
Stage
5:
Jury
training
 
 Jury
training
(by
availability)
in
two
sessions
16
&
17
April
2010
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Total Total Unit price post Item Qty Unit x Qty Unit x Amount Amount (IDR) (IDR) (USD) Transport E1 reimbursement for 12 people x 1 day x 50,000 1,200,000 540.54 jury Room rental for Jury E2 12 people x 1 times 1,000,000 108.11 Training Meals for Jury + E3 17 people x 1 times x 50,000 850,000 91.89 Comittee 
 Jury compensation E4 Funded by Wikimedia Foundation for 3 months work Sub total funded by Ford Foundation 
 3,050,000 329.73 
 a. E1
Transport
reimbursement
for
jury
(training
1
&
2)
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.1,200,000 USD 540.54 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Attached Transport reimbursement for with 4 jury @100,000,- attendance record 400,000 329.73 April 14, 2010 Transport reimbursement for Committee Taxi FX-Joglo (Yana & Exga) N/A 50,000 48.64 Taxi Cinere-FX-Cinere (Siska) N/A 160,000 17.29 Attached Transport reimbursement for with 5 jury @100,000,- attendance record 500,000 54.05 April 17, 2010 Transport reimbursement for Committee Taxi FX-Joglo (Yana & Exga) N/A 50,000 48.64 Taxi Cinere-FX-Cinere (Siska) N/A 170,000 18.37 Total E1 1,330,000 143.78 Balance E1 -130,000 -14.05 Funding relocation form E2 130,000 14.05 Balance E1 0 0 
 56
  57. 57. 
 
 
 
 
 b. E2
Venue
rental
for
Jury
training
 
 57
  58. 58. Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp. 1,000,000 USD 540.54 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) April 14, 2010 FPOD FX, Plaza Senayan Attached 418,500 45.24 April 17, 2010 FPOD FX, Plaza Senayan Attached 418,500 45.24 Total E2 837,000 90.48 Balance E2 163,000 17.62 Funding relocation to E1 (transport reimbursement to Jury) -130,000 -14.05 Balance E2 33,000 3.56 
 
 c. E3
Meals
during
Jury
training
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Budget Rp.850,000 USD 91.89 Date Detail Receipt Cost (Rp) Cost (USD) Jury and committee dinner April 14, 2010 Attached 367,995 39.78 (7 persons) Jury and committee lunch April 17, 2010 Attached 318,630 34.44 (8 persons) Total E3 686,585 74.22 Balance E3 163,415 17.66 
 58
  59. 59. 59
  60. 60. 60
  61. 61. Post
funding
F
–
Stage
6:
Press
Conference
1
&
2
(Funded
by
WMF
&
Pertamina)
 Post
funding
G
‐
Stage
7:
Grand
Prize
Winner
 
 Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Relocation Amount Amount Amount post Item funding Receipt from post (IDR) (IDR) (USD) Pocket money 5 days in Gdansk, G6 A4 880,450 880,450 95.18 Attached Poland (partial payment) International airport G7 A4 150,000 150,000 16.21 Attached tax Daily transport for 5 G8 days in Gdansk, A4 1,110,000 1,110,000 120 Attached Poland Lodging cost for 6 A4 518,550 Attached G9 days in Gdansk, 942,400 101.88 Poland B1 423,850 Attached Wikimania G10 International B1 471,200 471,200 50.94 Attached Conference fee Total G 3,554,050 384.221 
 
 
 61
  62. 62. 
 
 
 62
  63. 63. Please
 note
 that
 the
 budget
 breakdown
 will
 be
 in
 Indonesian
 Rupiah
 (IDR)
 for
 exact
calculation,
US
dollar
value
only
for
comparison
purpose.
 
 Amount Ford Foundation Funding Amount (IDR) (USD) Grant given 46,660,000 5,000.00 Total A3 1,102,000 119.20 Total A4 27,341,000 2,955.78 Total B1 4,448,204 480.88 Total B2 300,000 32.42 Total D4 4,300,000 464.86 Total D6 861,350 93.11 Total E1 1,330,000 143.78 Total E2 837,000 90.48 Total E3 686,585 74.22 Total G6 880,450 95.18 Total G7 150,000 16.21 Total G8 1,110,000 120 Total G9 942,400 101.88 Total G10 471,200 50.94 Grand total 44,760,189 4,838.93 Balance 1,899,881 205.38 Amount need to be return 
 63
  64. 64. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Activity report
 
 64
  65. 65. Attachments
 
 Posters
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 56
 Posters
in
ten
participating
universities
 
 
 
 
 57
 Banner
during
introductory
training
in
Mercu
Buana
University
 
 58
 Trax
FM
radio
interview
for
competition
launching

 
 
 59
 Introductory
to
Wikipedia
training
March
27,
2010

 
 
 60
 Banner
in
10
participating
universities
 
 
 
 
 61
 Press
Conference
I
Competition
Launching
in
Ministry
of
Communication
and
 Informatics
(March
30
2010)

 
 
 
 
 
 64
 Press
Conference
II
National
Awakening
Day:
Top
Five
Awarding
Ceremony

 (May
20,
2010)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 66
 Participant
advance
training
(May
25,
2010)
 
 
 
 67
 Press
Release
during
Press
Conference
I:
Launching
Event

 
 69
 Mass
media
news
coverage
regarding
project
 
 
 
 70
 Press
release
during
Press
Conference
II:
National
Awakening
Day
 86
 Mass
media
news
coverage
regarding
competition
result
 
 
 89
 
 
 
 65
  66. 66. Poster
kompetisi
di
10
Universitas
di
Jakarta,
Bogor,
Depok,
dan
Tangerang
 66
  67. 67. UNIKA
ATMA
JAYA
 UNIVERSITAS
AL
AZHAR
INDONESIA
 UNIVERSITAS
BINA
NUSANTARA
 INSTITUT
PERTANIAN
BOGOR
 FISIP
UNIVERSITAS
INDONESIA
 SEKOLAH
TINGGI
TEOLOGI
JAKARTA
 4 5. UNIVERSITAS
PARAMADINA
 LONDON
SCHOOL
OF
PUBLIC
RELATION
 67
  68. 68. UNIVERSITAS
PELITA
HARAPAN
 UNIVERSITAS
MERCU
BUANA
 Spanduk
pada
pelatihan
kompetisi
menulis,
Universitas
Mercu
Buana
27
 Maret
2010
 Spanduk
pertama
di
depan
Universitas
menghadap
ke
Jalan
Raya
 68
  69. 69. Spanduk
kedua
di
dalam
Universitas
gerbang
utama
masuk
ke
pelataran
parkir
 Pelatihan
dihadiri
oleh
87
peserta
dari
10
Universitas 69
  70. 70. Konferensi
Pers
I:
Peluncuran
Kompetisi
Bebaskan
Pengetahuan
2010
 Konferensi
Pers
yang
dilangsungkan
pada
tanggal
30
Maret
dihadiri
oleh
27
media
massa
 cetak
dan
elektronik.
Sebanyak
18
diantaranya
adalah
media
utama
nasional
ataupun
lokal,
 sementara
 sembilan
 lainnya
 merupakan
 media
 entertainment
 yang
 khusus
 meliput
 kegiatan
 Christian
 Sugiono
 yang
 hadir
 sebagai
 Duta
 Pengetahuan
 Bebas
 dari
 Wikimedia
 Indonesia.
 DIRJEN
APTEL
DAN
CHRISTIAN
SUGIONO
MEMBUKA
KOMPETISI
 DESAIN
SPANDUK
KONFERENSI
PERS
I
 PANITIA
BERPOSE
DI
DEPAN
 SPANDUK

 70
  71. 71. 
 X
BANNER
UNTUK
KONFERENSI
PERS
I
 
 
 
 
 71
  72. 72. Wawancara
radio
di
Trax
FM
tanggal
22
Maret
2010
pada
acara
Kompak
Kampus
pukul
 18:00
disiarkan
di
Jakarta
dan
Semarang.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Wawancara
radio
BBC
Indonesia
pada
Konferensi
Pers
30
Maret
2010/ Wawancara
Kantor
Berita
Radio
68H
selama
5
menit
melalui
telpon
pada
tanggal
5
April
 2010
di
relay
oleh
6.000
stasiun
radio
diseluruh
Indonesia.
 72
  73. 73. Spanduk
selamat
bertanding
pada
10
Universitas
di
Jakarta,
Bogor,
Depok,
 dan
Tangerang.
 
 1.
UNIVERSITAS
BINA
NUSANTARA
 
 2.
UNIVERSITAS
AL
AZHAR
INDONESIA
 73
  74. 74. 3.
UNIKA
ATMA
JAYA
 4.
INSTITUT
PERTANIAN
BOGOR
 5.
UNIVERSITAS
MERCU
BUANA
 6.
SEKOLAH
TINGGI
TEOLOGI
JAKARTA
 7.
FISIP
UNIVERSITAS
INDONESIA
 74
  75. 75. PEMASANGAN
SPANDUK
DI
10
UNIVERSITAS
(LANJUTAN)
 8.
UNIVERSITAS
PELITA
HARAPAN
 9.
SEKOLAH
TINGGI
ILMU
KOMUNIKASI
LONDON
SCHOOL
OF
PUBLIC
RELATION
 10.
UNIVERSITAS
PARAMADINA
 75
  76. 76. 
 Konferensi
Pers
II:
Kebangkitan
Nasional
20
Mei
2010

 DESAIN
SPANDUK
KONFERENSI
PERS
II
 PEMENANG
DAN
PANITIA
DI
DEPAN
SPANDUK
KONFERENSI
PERS
II
 76
  77. 77. ASHWIN
SASONGKO
DIRJEN
APLIKASI
TELEMATIKA
KEMENKOMINFO
 (KIRI),
SISKA
DOVIANA
(TENGAH),
CHRISTIAN
SUGIONO
(KANAN)
 PANITIA
DAN
SPONSOR
BERFOTO
BERSAMA
LIMA
PERINGKAT
TERATAS
 77
  78. 78. PELATIHAN
TERAKHIR
KOMPETISI
 78
  79. 79. Indonesia Wikipedia seeks local talent | The Jakarta Post http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2010/03/31/indonesia-wikipedia-seek... Home Paper Edition Weekender Youthspeak Study abroad Login Register News & Views Headlines National Archipelago Business Jakarta World Sports Opinion Readers' forum World Cup Site Map Friday, June 11, 2010 13:09 PM Follow us on Search GO NATIONAL More National News Indonesia Wikipedia seeks local talent Gayus case prosecutors face more The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Wed, 03/31/2010 9:55 AM | National A | A | A | questioning Three years out, Asian Agri remains Wikimedia Indonesia, the operator of the popular free online encyclopedia, Indonesia Wikipedia, is holding a untouchable writing competition as part of its Free Your Knowledge 2010 program. Minister against sex education in The foundation said the competition was aimed at increasing the number of local contributors while at the same schools time improving the quality of writing. NGOs demand justice in farmer shooting case “We almost ran out of ideas on how to get supports for our activity. People keep asking us what they would get in Mahfud rules out KPK top job return for writing for Indonesia Wikipedia,” program director Siska Doviana said Tuesday. Commission: Most antiterrorism raids Project organizers randomly selected 10 universities in Jakarta, Bogor and Tangerang to participate in the violate human rights competition, including Bina Nusantara University, the University of Indonesia, and Al-Azhar University. more Each university will select nine students to participate in the competition. “It would be an ideal situation if [the students] decided to keep writing for Wikpedia Indonesia after the competition, Paper Edition but we’re not imposing any obligations,” Siska said. The participants have received training to familiarize them with Wikpedia tools and writing styles before the IMF warns of threat of capital outflow competition, which runs from April 1 to June 16. Pay TV soccer fans told to switch to antennas The top five participants will win notebook computers and one of them will stand the chance of attending the Wikimania 2010 International Conference in Gdansk, Poland, in July. AGO’s motive unclear in case-review choice An official from the Communications and Information Technology Ministry’s Telematics Application Directorate Discourse: Government treats migrant General, Djoko Agung, said the ministry supported the competition. workers as export commodities “[The contest] will help produce more good content on the Internet. If this proves to be the case, then the public will ‘Feverish’ minister wants ban on not be subjected to harmful content,” he said. ‘negative’ Internet content Siska said students in the competition would benefit from new experiences from attending the international more conference, as well as gaining enhanced writing skills. She added that the competition would also help Indonesia Wikipedia attract active contributors who could submit and edit articles. Another purpose of the competition is to draw young volunteers from universities to “free their knowledge”. “I believe that knowledge should be free,” Siska said of the nature of the competition. In the competition, participants will write their articles that should be at least 140 words long, include at least 5 references and a picture and upload it to the website. This means the articles will be subject to editing from other writers as well. Siska said the possibility that competing articles would be heavily edited by Wikpedia contributors and therefore could not be deemed works by the participants was small. “Not everyone knows how to edit articles in Wikipedia. When editors discover that an article does not meet standards, it will be restored to its original version,” she said. Indonesia Wikipedia was established in May 2003. It had 1.2 million visitors a day in February. This month, there were more than 119,000 new stories. Web metrics firm alexa.com said Wikipedia was the 11th most frequently visited website in the country. However, the number of active users who edit more than three times a day has been stagnant at 30 since 2005. The trend is declining, Siska said, adding that this affected the number of articles produced. (dis) Related News >> New local Jazz talent needed Indonesia ‘not immune’ to eurozone crisis, says World Bank Expeditions reveal environmental tragedies in Indonesia’s far-flung territories Bioprospecting: A priority for Indonesia Post Comments | Comments (0) | | | | | | | | | Life Sci-Tech Environment Body & Soul Art & Design Culture Lifestyle Entertainment People Features News & Views Headlines National Archipelago Business Jakarta World Sports Special Report Opinion Readers' forum 1 of 2 6/11/10 1:15 PM 79
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