Social Entrepreneureship | Oleh Mira Kusumarini (Ashoka Indonesia)

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Social Entrepreneureship | Oleh Mira Kusumarini (Ashoka Indonesia)

  1. 1. Social Entrepreneurship
  2. 2. Ashoka a global association of the world’s social entrepreneurs —men and women with system changing solutions for the world’s most urgent social problems. Ashoka selects and supports social entrepreneurs financially and professionally, develops models for collaboration, and designs new infrastructures needed to advance the field of social entrepreneurship and the citizen sector.
  3. 3. Vision: 
 Everyone A Changemaker™ 3
  4. 4. What is a Social Entrepreneur Social Entrepreneur Addresses the most crucial Brings about a radically new problems of society: solution with the potential to education, environment, revolutionize a whole sector human rights, health Has the entrepreneurial qualities: Does not use economic vision, pragmatism, profit as the most significant determination measure of social impact High creativity in problem solving and strategy setting
  5. 5.  THE
IDEA
  THE
PERSON
 BASIC  THE
INSTITUTION PRINCIPLES
  6. 6.   Social
Innova5on
   Social
Impact
 THE IDEA
  7. 7.   Crea5vity
   Entrepreneurial
 Skills
 THE PERSON   Ethical
Fiber
  8. 8.  Generate
Resources
  Mobilize
Community
  Market
Effec5vely
 THE  Build
Partnerships
 INSTITUTION
  9. 9. Yuyun Ismawati
 Waste management  Started with hotels in Bali  Built private company owned by trash handlers, 50 salaried workers, 8 trucks  50% reduction of waste to landfills  Separation and re-use of organic materials  Opened a training center for waste-management  Replicated in big cities in Java
  10. 10. Silverius Oscar Unggul
 Eco-friendly timber  Indonesia’s first community-held and managed timber concession  39,000 hectares  Draws people away from illegal logging  Integral reforestation: millions of saplings  Increased local incomes fourfold  Certified by Smartwood  South and Central Sulawesi, Papua, Sumatra, Java
  11. 11. LIFE CYCLE OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS 11
  12. 12. Youth Venture Creating a global movement of young people who are powerful now, changemakers now, taking initiative to create social change. 12
  13. 13. HOW TO START   What are your interests and passions?   What are your skills? What are you good at doing?   What problems exist in your school or community?   What groups of people in your community need help or support?   Think creatively about how you can use your hobbies, skills, interests, and passions to respond to a need, a problem, or an opportunity to create change. 13
  14. 14. “Social entrepreneurs are not content just to give a fish, or teach how to fish. They will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry.” — Bill Drayton

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