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Summer National Project of AIESEC Indonesia`14

  1. 1. AIESEC in INDONESIA National Projects
  2. 2. Capital City Jakarta Goverment Republic Currency Rupiah (IDR) National Ideology Pancasila Independen ce 17th August 1945 Language Bahasa Indonesia Calling Code +62 Time Zone GMT + 7 to +9 Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands which encompasses 34 provinces with over 238 million people, making it the world’s fourth most populous country in the world. Indonesia consists of hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups. The largest – and politically dominant – ethnic group are the Javanese. A shared identity has developed, defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism within a majority Muslim population, and a history of colonialism and rebellion against it. Indonesia’s national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” (“Unity in Diversity” literally, “many, yet one”), articulates the diversity that shapes the country. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s second highest level of biodiversity. The official language of this country is Bahasa Indonesia. However, it has around 300 ethnic groups, each with cultural identities developed over centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources. Explore exotic miracles in Indonesia, the best entity of Asia! #IndonesiaCalling
  3. 3. Indonesia has about 300 ethnic groups, each with cultural identities developed over centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources Indonesia is the world's 15th- largest country in terms of land area and world's 7th- largest country in terms of combined sea and land area 742 different languages and dialects Religions: Islam, Protetantism,Roman Catholicism, Hinduis, Buddhism,and Confucianism
  4. 4. REALITY So what environmental problems is Indonesia facing? Municipal Solid Waste Indonesian cities are facing serious problems managing municipal solid waste (MSW). Like many cities in developing countries, the volume of MSW is rising significantly with the increasing population and economic development. Indonesia's population has grown at a rate of 1.5% per year from 205 million in 2000 to 237 million in 2010. As a consequence of a high urbanization rate, over half of the population lives in urban areas Total amount of waste in Indonesia is increasing about 2-4% per year. Most of waste generated is household waste reaching 43% of total waste generation by source, then followed by markets waste, street and public facilities waste, office waste, industries waste and other.
  5. 5. Info-sessions, Classes: Time to Reproduce Trash! & Friday, No-Trash Day! Timeline: 9th June – 13th July 2014 This aims to educate and spread awareness among students of how to reproduce the trash and develop the behavior to make their environment clean through Friday, No-Trash Day. Participants: Interns and students from high school, /university/ community Opening Event: National project Website Launch Timeline: beginning of June 2014 On UN Environment Day, we will launch eco-preneur website to educate society and build their behavior to save the earth. Participants: Interns, Environment community, and Local Students who run the project. Intern Conference Timeline: 3rd - 5th June 2014 It aims to give education to all interns of how to run the project. Participants : Interns. Amazing Race: Go Around Your City and Save The Earth! Timeline: 20th June 2014 In this one day competition, all the participants will be going around the city and receiving tasks about Participants: Interns and High School & University Students Exhibition & Workshop: From Trash to Treasure! Timeline: 13th July 2014 There will be some workshop from NGO about trash recycling and exhibition from students (what they did during classes with interns) to showcase the valuable recycling product. Participants: Interns, Public, High School & University Students Environment Project: #StartFromYou This national project of AIESEC Indonesia aims to increase the awareness of waste management by socializing recycle system so it could decrease the number of daily waste. Timeline: June – July 2014 TN-In-ID-MC-2014-1387
  6. 6. You can arrive for: 1. 3rd June – 13th July For the people that will arrive on 3rd June, they will have special opportunity to attend national preparation conference for interns in Jakarta. 3. 9th June – 19th July 3. 16th June – 27th July If you arrive during this time, you will have additional cultural week experience (working of showcasing strategy of project).
  7. 7. Welcome to National Project Intern Conference in Jakarta! Time: 3-5th June Aim: To provide education for interns about issue, cultural induction, soft skills Facilitators: Member committee Participants: interns from environment and health & lifestyle project Covered: accommodation and food Not covered: transportation cost Website of venue: http://www.aldeposalaca.com/
  8. 8. REALITY Health issues have always been a prickly subject in Indonesia and this year was no exception as the country mourned the loss of a minister, heatedly debated the need for tobacco control. Year by year the amount of disease is increasing and the main one are influencing: heart, lung, overweight/nutritional deficiencies. Caused by: -smoking -lack of physical activity -wrong food consumption
  9. 9. Healthcare Project: #StartFromYou This is national project of AIESEC Indonesia aims to give education and raise awareness among young people in Indonesia to start healthy life by reduce the number of people who smoke, increase amount of people, who exercise regularly, and eat healthy food in their daily life. Timeline: June– July 2014 Healthy Food Festival Timeline: 12th July 2014 This will be exhibition (like Global Village) to showcase people about healthy food options and indirectly build their behavior to choose healthy food one for daily life. Interns will teach participants of how to cook their national healthy food as well as present it to the audience. Target Participants: Students, Public, Food Community Info-sessions, Classes and Workhops Timeline: 9th June – 13th July 2014 This aims to educate and spread awareness among students of health problem in Indonesia. Key Activities Theme: Living Without Tobacco, Daily Exercising, and Healthy Food in Daily Life Participants: Interns and students from high school, /university/ community Opening Event: “24 Hours Without Smoking” Timeline: 31st May 2014 We aim to spread awareness for youth to stop smoking for a better and healthy life. We will find one volunteer that is addicted smoker and want to give up it. Hence, he will spend 24 hours without smoking in the same time sharing about his condition and feelings. Everything will be broadcasted in live stream and Interns will be the one, who will help to promote this channel through social media. Target Participants: Interns, Students, Community, Media Running Campaign: “Run for Life” Timeline: 22nd June 2014 In collaboration with community “Klub Jantung Remaja Indonesia”, we aim to spread awareness about the importance of healthy lifestyle. Interns will be responsible for promotion of this event, helping to organize and coordinate groups of participants during execution as well as taking part in it by themselves. Target Participants: Students and Public Intern Conference Timeline: 3rd - 5th June 2014 It aims to give education to all interns of how to run the project. Participants : Interns. TN-In-ID-MC-2014-1386
  10. 10. You can arrive for: 1. 3rd June – 13th July For the people that will arrive on 3rd June, they will have special opportunity to attend national preparation conference for interns in Jakarta (flight is not provided, food and accommodation is provided). 3. 9th June – 19th July 3. 16th June – 27th July If you arrive during this time, you will have additional cultural week experience (working of showcasing strategy of project).
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. Quality Summary NPS score from July - now : 40 51% response rate 53% promotors Out of 754 experiences that we delivered so far!
  13. 13. National Quality Board • It is a national controlling body responsible for LC consultancy on Exchange Quality Management and Standards, improving the Quality of Exchanges and arbitrating cases of Exchange Quality of AIESEC in Indonesia. • It is also responsible for consulting and support together with Local Offices (LCs) in order to help them deliver great AIESEC experiences. and if you have any complain with the experiences that your interns got, You can contact us through this link. http://indonesiacalling.com/contact-us/ click here to visit NQB wiki
  14. 14. • It’s a document that provide : – Minimum Quality services that we promise to deliver during intern experience – Minimum quality services that we expect home entity to deliver to support intern’s experience Minimum quality promise you can download here
  15. 15. To make sure that all our intern`s go through inner and outer journey we are organizing LEAD program for them. You can check the content and all the materials here. LEAD for interns
  16. 16. Additional Information AIESEC Indonesia Minimum Quality Promise AIESEC Indonesia AFT AIESEC Indonesia LEAD EP Wiki AIESEC Indonesia National Quality Board Wiki AIESEC Indonesia Complain National Management HERE HERE HERE HERE HERE Find us on instagram with #indonesiacalling or #StartFromYou
  17. 17. International relations mail: igcdp@indonesiacalling.com Website about our programs and country: www.indonesiacalling.com Nastya MCVP iGCDP Anastasiia.isakii@aiesec.net Tika NST IR Yulia.sentika@aiesec.net Jihad NST IR Jihad.dwianri@aiesec.net Contact us: Fathur NST Project management Fathur1.rahman18@aiesec.net

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