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Sekolah Sungai (SS)

Overview

Volunteering in Sekolah Sungai will open the chance to be involved  in three riverside communities in Yogyakarta : Code, Gajahwong, and Winongo. Volunteer will be the part of the Community Engagement and development team to design and execute the program. The program will target all layers of the society including children, parents, and community leaders

Volunteers Needed : 12 Volunteers

Duties and Responsibility

  • Volunteers will be responsible to execute the events for community development programs in three riverside communities (Code, Gajahwong, Winongo). All volunteers must be contributive participative in Sekolah Sungai events.
  • Volunteers are highly encouraged to participate in communities’ meeting and events.
  • Volunteers must understand and be familiar with the issues in each riverside community. Project Child Indonesia will facilitate the knowledge management that is related to Sekolah Sungai Program.
  • Volunteers are obliged to attend monthly evaluation, weekly meetings, and program-related activities. Program Manager will inform the exact schedule for all volunteers in the beginning of the month.
  • Volunteers are required to fulfill weekly report to record the activities in one week and report it to the Program Manager.
  • Volunteers are assigned to create press-release and article related to community development programs.
  • Additional task is possible to be given and it is subject to be discussed with Program Manager for program’s

Timeline

  • Volunteer Orientation Program : February Week 4
  • Volunteer Monthly Meeting : March, April, May Week 4
  • Preparation for Secondhand Market : February Week 2-4
  • Secondhand Market (Code, Gajahwong, Winongo) : February Week 4, March Week 1
  • Refreshment Activity for the children : March Week 2
  • Preparation for Community Development 1 : March Week 3-April Week 3
  • Community Development 1 (Code) : April Week 4
  • Preparation for Community Development 2 : March Week 2-3
  • Community Development 2 (Gajahwong) : March Week 4
  • Preparation for Community Development 3 : May Week 1-4
  • Community Development 2 (Winongo) : June Week 1
  • Community Survey : June Week 2-3

Drinking Water Program (DWP)

Overview

Since 2016 Drinking Water Program (DWP) will address this critical issue by providing access to affordable and safe drinking water for public schools, by installing drinking water facility with the complementary education about environment and health. At the moment, Drinking Water Program has 62 partner of elementary schools in Yogyakarta, Pacitan (East Java), Fak-Fak (West Papua), and Banten with total direct beneficiaries on about 9896 people. This year Drinking Water Program in Yogyakarta carries out a roadshow event in 5 partner school.

Volunteers Needed : 20 Volunteers

Duties and Responsibility

The role of volunteer is :

  • Conducting and responsible for DWP-Roadshow event
  • Supporting and developing DWP-Roadshow event
  • Preparing and executing DWP-Roadshow event

Timeline

Volunteering timeline :

  • 10 February – 28 March 2020: preparing and developing phase for DWP-Roadshow event
  • 30 March – 31 March 2020: First DWP-Roadshow event
  • 1 April – 3 April 2020: Second DWP-Roadshow event
  • 6 April – 9 April 2020: Third DWP-Roadshow event
  • 2 June – 5 June 2020: Fourth DWP-Roadshow event
  • 8 June – 12 June 2020: Fifth DWP-Roadshow event
  • 15 June – 19 June 2020: Collecting post-DWP-Roadshow events data
  • 22 June – 26 June 2020: Evaluating DWP-Roadshow event.

Sekolah Pantai

Overview

Sekolah Pantai is an alternative learning center program for children who live in coastal area in Pacitan. This program have open class for kids (5-13 years old) about the environment, health and disaster awareness through English lesson once a week. In 2020, the program will adapt Project Based Learning (PBL) to the classes. We have established our own syllabus of PBL and the volunteers act as facilitators. Besides an open class, there are collaborations with partner high schools in Pacitan. The collaborations focus on educational campaign about ocean conservation.

Volunteers Needed : 12 Volunteers

Duties and Responsibility

Sekolah Pantai Class (every Saturday 15.30 – 17.00)

  • Deliver lessons to children once a week
  • Implement the lesson plan to the teaching and improvise as necessary, and
  • Organise educational event with children

Ocean Conservation Campaign (different schedule in every school)

  • Deliver educational campaign to students from partner high schools once a month, and
  • Develop educational event concept and tools

Timeline

3 February – 23 June 2020

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