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ECLUB Community Development
Description/achievement of initiative

ECLUB Community Development is a network of leaders, experts, professionals, businesses and volunteers who are members of various communities and partnerships and want to take an active role to ensure the successful execution and implementation of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). The early stage of our campaign includes 50 initiatives to support the implementation of SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8. Our main target is the success of the implementation of the SDGs across communities in Indonesia.

Implementation methodologies

The coordination is done through an online site and offers are made directly to the most important partners. All activities for the first phase is done through our website www.pembangunan.net prepared especially for this purpose. All activities are grouped into five pillars said ECLUB: Entrepreneur, Culture, Leader, Urban Farming, Business & Funding Development:ENTREPRENEUR: To transform the hearts of one person, one family, one school, one business, one government, one community, one city, one country at a time. CULTURE: Communities tell their stories, build their creative skills, and become an active participants in the development of their culture. LEADER: Leading creativity, productivity, and integrity at all levels and positions. URBAN FARMING: Food is plentiful, good health, innovations, creativity and productivity are an inherent part of urban culture. BUSINESS & FUNDING: Available funds for building community businesses. In our website there are practical packages to be chosen and implemented by each stakeholder. Each package has written explanations that are provided to guide enthusiastic participants to fill application form, later evaluated and assessed. Those who qualify are contacted for implementation. Special Government and Large Enterprises send an offering letter. Each package has a target, how to work and duration embedded in the operating system. Each stakeholder is "forced" to work in a professional manner tied to time and how to and results to be achieved. Each partner is responsible to the partners who participate in each package.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

Coordination mechanisms are centered on the top management of MSK Community Development. The impact of the activity is measured by comparing the achievement of the target with a target planned. Nationally, the target of each package must reach every district or city in Indonesia which is currently around 600 places. All program is divided into 3 stages for 15 years commencing from January 1, 2016 until December 31, 2030. Targets are set as a percentage of the poor, the hungry, the sick (especially drugs abuse and addiction), lack of education and training, and entrepreneurs. Five pillars are divided into 50 packages for implementation. Conditions of December 31 compared between and to the 2015, 2020, 2025, and 2030. Evaluation periodically, annually, specific request in a top priority. Goals and packages will remain, but the executor and the methods and means are adaptable to the real conditions in the field.

Partner(s)

MSK Community Development (Yayasan Mempelai dan Sahabat Kristus), PT Oseania Global, LEMSAKTI, Perkumpulan NIGIAT, Global Business Network Venture, Asia Capital Venture, Majelis Umat Kristen Indonesia, Entrepreneurship Schools, Funding Agencies, Corporate Social Responsibility Issuers & Associations, Culture Organization & Communities, Leadership Schools, Leader Clubs, Urban Farming Communities, Business & Funding Development Communities, Professional Associations & Practices, Related Government Agencies, Related Communities Activists, Related Corporate and Business Entities.
Progress reports
Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 8
Goal 17
December 2016
At least 2 packages available to entrepreneurs, culture, leader, urban farming and business and funding have been implemented
December 2017
Reach 100 cities across Indonesia, implementing at least 5 packages for each category (entrepreneurship, culture, leader, urban farming and business and funding), and hold 10 events in big cities
January 2016
50 program packages for the implementation of SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 have been available for review and online applications by stakeholders through the website www.pembangunan.net
January 2017
Program packages revised and updated according to the results of evaluation of the implementation during 2016
In-kind contribution
Creation of website and vcovering oh hosting expenses
Staff / Technical expertise
Technical experts to conduct in-depth research on SDG topics and targets

Basic information
Time-frame: 11/2015 - 12/2030
Partners
MSK Community Development (Yayasan Mempelai dan Sahabat Kristus), PT Oseania Global, LEMSAKTI, Perkumpulan NIGIAT, Global Business Network Venture, Asia Capital Venture, Majelis Umat Kristen Indonesia, Entrepreneurship Schools, Funding Agencies, Corporate Social Responsibility Issuers & Associations, Culture Organization & Communities, Leadership Schools, Leader Clubs, Urban Farming Communities, Business & Funding Development Communities, Professional Associations & Practices, Related Government Agencies, Related Communities Activists, Related Corporate and Business Entities.
Countries
Contact information
Dr. Mahli Sembiring, MSI, CPA, CEO, mahlisembiring@gmail.com
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