Name of the activity: International Day of Peace 2021
Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: Continuous Activity
Focus area: Peace, peacebuilding and health
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 10 (Reduced Inequalities)
– Based on data released by UNHCR on January 24, 2021, there are around 13,459 refugees registered at UNHCR Indonesia.
– Indonesia hasn’t ratified the 1951 Geneva Convention, therefore the contents of the agreement cannot be enforced as a legal basis in Indonesia
– In the case of the COVID-19 vaccine, the refugees can only participate in the ‘Gotong Royong’ vaccine program, which required payment.
– Medical students’ and the public’s knowledge and awareness about refugees are still lacking.
- General population
- Medical students
- Government/non government organization
- General population
- Medical students
The IDoP 2021 campaign aims to increase knowledge and awareness of the Indonesian people, especially medical students, on refugee’s right to health as well as educate and measure refugees’ knowledge regarding their rights to obtain and access minimum health service standards according to the Sphere Project, prevention of gender based violence, and the implementation of WASH in refugees’ shelter. The activity carried out in September 12 – December 2021.
Indicators of Success:
– The minimum number of Instagram post publications regarding the issue is 6 publications and Instagram story 10 publications
– The average number of impressions is 750 and likes 75 on Instagram post publications.
– The average number of impressions is 300 and reach 200 on Instagram story publications.
– The minimum number of locals holding training is 5.
– The minimum number of locals who conducting IDoP activities is 5.
– The minimum amount of merchandising results is IDR 500,000.00
– Carry out 1 intervention to refugee shelters in Jakarta
– Conducting pre-campaign assessment with target respondents are 30 refugees
- Invite SCORP CIMSA locals to conduct a 2021 IDoP campaign and training with the theme “The Right to Health for Refugee” for SCORP CIMSA members to increase awareness and knowledge regarding issues surrounding refugees.
- Invite SCORP CIMSA locals to conduct an intervention in refugee shelters or other vulnerable groups, especially Internally displaced people (IDP) if no refugee shelters are found in the locals area.
- Invite medical students, especially SCORP members, to participate in compiling a series of IDoP 2021 campaigns through a small working group.
- Invite the public and SCORP CIMSA members to help disseminate information on the health rights of refugees by participating in publishing the SCORP CIMSA 2021 IDoP campaign series.
- Invite the community and SCORP CIMSA members to be more concerned about the issue of refugees and create activities that focus on fighting for the fulfillment of refugee rights, especially related to health.
Plans for evaluation:
“- Instagram Traffic posts: “”like”” and “”reach””
– Traffic Instagram story: impression and “”reach””
– The amount of the crowdfunding
– An intervention at refugee shelters in Jakarta
– The number of IDoP training that local of SCORP CIMSA done.
– Pre-test and post-test scores in the local training
– Number of locals conducting IDoP activities
– Satisfaction questionnaire
– UNHCR: connector between SCORP CIMSA and refugees and as a speaker in the video campaign.
– Church World Service, as source person in video campaigns and as shelter targets for intervention — NGO
– Refugee Learning Center, as a source person in the video campaign.
– Hope Learning Center, as a source person in the video campaign.
– SUAKA as a speaker in SWG training related to the topic of assessment for refugees — NGO
– Peace Generation, as a speaker in SWG training — youth organization
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