SIBADES (Civil Build Undeveloped Village)

SIBADES (Civil Build Undeveloped Village)

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Last Update: May 31, 2012

Indonesia is a developing country with huge population. The development fund can not cover the entire area. Many victims were falling due to damaged roads, bridges and schools collapsed. Economic difficult to grow because of the high costs

Students, few of Indonesia's population who can receive higher education, are required to can make changes. We declare SIBADES, activities include:
1. Design plan with the help of experts for free (our lecturer) so cut the cost of design

2. Finding the funds to take advantage of our connections to alumni in big companies (each company has a Corporate Social Responsibility funds)

3. Propelling force for the local residents worked together to build their own infrastructure so they have a sense of ownership for the durability of the infrastructure

4. Every year, 400 students stayed for a week in the village to complete the construction. This process aims to educate students to have the character of social intelligence. One time when they become leaders will be leaders who care about the welfare of the people.

5. The Government invited to the inauguration of the infrastructure and the aspirations of the people presented there (more effective than demonstrations)

6. Journalists involved in reporting activities SIBADES fever to spread across the country

In 2010 SIBADES successfully build a bridge and in 2011 following an earthquake-resistant schools. SIBADES has now become a annual regular agenda and be a forum for change

Type: citizen sector

The Problem

- Forum for students to contribute more actively to solve infrastructure problems and develop themselves as future leaders of character. - Unite the potential of students, lecturers (experts), alumni, companies, journalists, governments and communities to generate massive force for change in Indonesia society

The Solution

Founded an organization called SIBADES that has focus: 1. Design plan with the help of experts for free (our lecturer) so cut the cost of design 2. Finding the funds to take advantage of our connections to alumni in big companies (each company has a Corporate Social Responsibility funds) 3. Propelling force for the local residents worked together to build their own infrastructure so they have a sense of ownership for the durability of the infrastructure 4. Every year, 400 students stayed for a week in the village to complete the construction. This process aims to educate students to have the character of social intelligence. One time when they become leaders will be leaders who care about the welfare of the people. 5. The Government invited to the inauguration of the infrastructure and the aspirations of the people presented there (more effective than demonstrations) 6. Journalists involved in reporting activities SIBADES fever to spread across the country

Example

In 2010 SIBADES successfully build a bridge in West Bandung regency, in 2011 following an earthquake-resistant schools in Pangalengan, and for the year 2012 are in the process of preparation. SIBADES has now become an annual routine of students and a forum for students to move and to make changes

Budget: $10,000 - $50,000

Marketplace

We as social organizations have no competitors in the running action. Other social movements are our best friends to create a better society. The success of SIBADES determined by how strong the determination of the team to balance between the lectures and activities in SIBADES and packaging SIBADES that all stakeholders can participate

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