School of Eco-Involvement (SEI) is a capacity building program to promote social justice and develop competent local cadres who have serious concern with their villages in Eastern Indonesia.
In collaboration with the Rainforest Foundation Norway, EcoNusa has developed an initiative called the Eastern Indonesia Forest Facility (EIFF) which aims to materialize sovereignty of natural resources in sustainable and equitable way in Eastern Indonesia (Papua and Maluku). The five-year program is designed to run from 2019 to 2024.
One of the core elements of this initiative is the Eco-Involvement School. The School is built to strengthen the resilience of local communities in managing, protecting, and utilizing natural resources in their traditional management areas. To meet this objective, one of the important tasks at hand is to prepare local villagers and government officials so that they have a comprehensive understanding of their living space, environment, and various resources of livelihoods.
The Social Transformation School is an educational activity designed for young local cadres who have been mandated by their village heads or community leaders to work on village development in accordance with the previously-designed scheme in this activity.
The Village School is an on-the-ground educational activity in which young local cadres are assigned to assist the local community for three months based on the local needs.
The Village Head and Community Leader Workshop serves to bridge the implementation of activities from the School of Eco-Involvement program attended by village residents.
School of Involvement is an advanced educational activity for selected alumni of the School of Social Transformation who will actively manage the Village School.
Across Sorong, Merauke, Halmahera, Seram, and Kaimana
Across Sorong, Merauke, Halmahera, Seram dan Kaimana
Young Local Cadres for Village Development
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