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  • You can see that this issue is relevant in Indonesia (constant growth of waste). Main contributor is household (48%), so it can be under our control. Also here you can see our focus for: organic waste, but also specially for plastic and paper that has constant growth. http://www.uncrd.or.jp/env/3r_02/presentations/BG2/RT2_03_Indonesia.pdf
  • Our main LCs are situated in Sumatera and Jawa and this is islands that have mainly this issue.
    http://inswa.or.id/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Indonesian-Domestic-Solid-Waste-Statistics-20082.pdf
  • But from this slide you can see that smoking is one of the biggest issues in country
  • Our focus is not female
  • Proof of relevance and importance for people to eat proper food and excercising
  • National Project Introduction

    1. 1. Common, common Introduction to Project Concept
    2. 2. Why national project? 1. United Impact (it is easier to): - Increase awareness of the issue - Find partners (learning, media, financial, in-kind etc) 2. Creates collaborative environment (opportunity to learn from each other)
    3. 3. When were national projects created? December 2013 by Anastasiia Isakii (MCVP iGCDP Indonesia 13-14)
    4. 4. How did we create them? Global data analyzes Local data analyses Member Committee, Local Committee discussion Supervisor group discussion
    5. 5. How did we create them? by using social impact model
    6. 6. “The Social Impact Model articulates your organization’s hypothesis about the best way to address your target social problem as well as your actions to test and measure that hypothesis” *source : Andrew Wolk & Kelley Kreitz Business Planning for ENDURING SOCIAL IMPACT A Social-Entrepreneurial Approach to Solving Social Problems
    7. 7. Complicated? It is as simply as…
    8. 8. Social Impact Model Analyze current reality How we measure whether we succeed or not How we will measure our strategies What we want to see after project Description of how the project works What should we do, our strategies Short-term results 1 7 4 2 5 3 7
    9. 9. Social Problem Definition Constant growing waste pollution in the country Caused by: ◦ Organic waste ◦ Plastic ◦ Paper from households Environment
    10. 10. Municipal Solid Waste
    11. 11. Social Problem Definition Increasing amount of disease: ◦ Heart ◦ Lung ◦ Overweight/Nutritional deficiencies Caused by: ◦ Smoking ◦ Lack of physical activity ◦ Wrong food consumption Health and lifestyle
    12. 12. Level of smoking in the world Female Male
    13. 13. Mission In the next 5 years from (2014 to 2018): ◦ In each city amount of people that will use recycling system will be increased by 50% ◦ Waste (organic, plastic, paper) in each city decreasing by 25% Environment
    14. 14. Mission In the next 5 years from (2014 to 2018): ◦ In each city amount of people that will live healthy lifestyle increased for 50 % as well as lung and heart disease won`t be the first reason of death Health and lifestyle
    15. 15. # info sessions at schools, universities about waste management -amount of time that is needed to make one trash bin full at school, universities - amount of trash submitted for recycling from schools, universities and other communities # of schools and communities started to organize constant ‘Thursday, No-Trash Day’ # of people taking part in competition of Amazing Race # of people visiting exhibition and workshop “From Trash to Treasure” # people visiting website about environment •info sessions at schools, universities •cooperation with government, other NGO, companies •organizing constant “No Trash Day” at schools, other communities •competition of Amazing Race •organizing exhibition and workshop “From Trash to Treasure” •create website about environment issue •organizing promotion of recycling activities •encouraging people to : - decrease amount of trash from households - educate how to make from trash useful things that you can use further - put trash on trash bin, give for recycling Impact strategies Economic indicators • each year increasing amount of recycling trash by 10% • each year decreasing amount of household trash by 5% Operating model Organizational and Program indicators Environment
    16. 16. Info-sessions, Classes: Time to Reproduce Trash! & Friday, No-Trash Day! Opening EventIntern Conference Amazing Race: Go Around Your City and Save The Earth! Exhibition & Workshop: From Trash to Treasure! Environment Project: #StartFromYou
    17. 17. # info sessions at schools, universities about healthy lifestyle # of students changed their behavior (stopped smoking, start to eat healthy food, start to do physical activities) # media complain against smoking (engagement of government) - organized yearly ‘24 hours against smoking’ event # of viewers of live stream and recorded video of ‘24 hours against smoking’ event - establish evening (after class) exercising class at school # of people joining evening class of exercising at school # of people buying healthy food at school •info sessions and workshops at schools, universities •holding events that helps to increase awareness of this issue: 24 hours without smoking, Running Competition, Healthy Food Festival •cooperation with government, other NGO, companies •decreasing amount of youth that is smoking (specially male) •increasing amount of people, who: a) eat proper food b) do physical activities Impact strategies Economic indicators •decreasing level of tobacco smoking for male from 61 to 30% •each year increasing amount of people that start do physical activities by 20% •each year increasing amount of people that start to eat healthy food by 20% Operating model Organizational and Program indicators
    18. 18. Healthcare Project: #StartFromYou Healthy Food Festival Info-sessions, Classes and Workhops Opening Event Running Event: “FunRun: Zombie” Intern Conference
    19. 19. By the end of 5 years one national project will give positive impact and change the life of more than 330 000 young people in Indonesia Our IMPACT: we plan to make this national projects executed sustainably in the next 5 years which could resulted on: Health and lifestyle 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Local Entities 4 11 15 20 25 Youth engaged 5 200 19 293 46 410 92 420 173 825 Environment 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Local Entities 4 11 15 20 25 Youth engaged 4 520 18 103 44 540 89 700 170 255
    20. 20. Questions?
    21. 21. Are you ready officially open National Environment & Health & Lifestyle Project?
    22. 22. Let the projects begin!

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