Name of the activity: International Day of Peace 2022
Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: First-time Activity
Focus area: Peace, peacebuilding and health
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good health and well-being)
International Day of Peace 2022 is a campaign with the theme “War for What”, aims to increase people’s knowledge and awareness regarding the negative impact of war and about our part to fight for peace. This campaign consist of a social media campaign and some publications, and a talk show with topic discussion “The impact of war on affected people’s health” and “Role of youth to fight for peace”. Lastly, SCORP CIMSA visit a refugees shelter to held a health screening and assessment.
– A report from the Russian-Ukraine War state that >5,5 million people in Ukraine seeking a safer place.
– Until 2018, the Syrian conflict has made 12 million or 65% of their population/people flee from their homes to seek a safer place.
– Red Cross in 2018 states that 27 million children around the world have stopped schooling because of conflict and war.
– Therefore, it is important to create peace around the world. It is also important to help every people or victim of war and conflict.
- General population
- Medical students
- General population
- Medical students
Increase people and medical student’s knowledge about the impact of war on human rights and health aspects through a talk show with external partners on September 10th, 2022
Increase people and medical student’s knowledge about their role to help people affected by war through talk show with external partners and social media campaigns in September – October 2022
Increase people and medical student’s knowledge about the direct impact of war that affected refugees and other people affected by war through a social media campaign in September – October 2022
Increase people’s and medical student’s knowledge about “the right to a world of peace” through a “curious” article on September 21st, 2022
Increase medical student’s (volunteers) knowledge and awareness about the impact of war to refugees through visited a refugees shelter on September 24th, 2022
Help refugees affected by war on health aspect through health screening and health education in refugees shelter on September 24th, 2022
Indicators of Success:
Conducted a pre-campaign assessment with a minimum respondent is 100 respondents
Achieved a minimum satisfaction level of >80% measured by a post-talkshow questionnaire from talk show participants
Minimum 70 participants have rated their knowledge is >80% after the talk show
Posted minimum 3 educational content/publications on social media campaigns
Achieved minimum engagement on social media campaigns of 5000 impressions and an increase of 25 followers on Instagram
Achieved minimum 100 likes of “curious” article on instagram
Visited a refugees shelter and do a health screening with minimum of 10 volunteers
Minimum 10 volunteers have rated their knowledge is >80% after the refugees shelter intervention
Minimum 10 volunteers have rated their satisfaction level is >80% after the refugees shelter intervention
Checked the health of refugees for at least 30 refugees in a refugees shelter
Have done an assessment of at least 30 refugees in a refugees shelter
This campaign was held from September – October 2023, led and organized by National Committee on Human Rights and Peace (NCORP) CIMSA and some volunteers from CIMSA Locals.
NCORP’s roles are to plan and organize social media campaigns and talk show, and volunteers’ roles are to do a health screening and an assessment of refugees in refugees shelter.
We conducted a pre-campaign assessment to asses people’s knowledge and awareness regarding this issue.
We conducted two trainings for volunteers to prepare them in intervention to refugees shelter
We posted some publications as social media campaigns that consist of a teaser video, an infographic of the pre-assessment report, two collaboration videos with stakeholders, a “curious” article and infographic, and a publication of messages from medical students around the world for refugees.
We held a talk show with external partners to discuss this issue
We visited a refugee shelter with some volunteers to hold a health screening, assessment, and sharing session.
Plans for evaluation:
Pre-campaign assessment to assess people’s knowledge before the campaign (quantitative)
Post-talkshow questionnaire to assess people’s satisfaction and knowledge after the talk show (qualitative and quantitative)
Engagement of social media: Number of impressions, like of “curious” article, and increase of Instagram followers to assess the social media campaign impact (quantitative)
Data from health screening and assessment to asses number of refugees that have checked and assessed (quantitative)
Number of volunteers who registered and were selected to participate in refugees shelter intervention (quantitative)
Volunteers questionnaire to asses volunteers knowledge and awareness after the activity (qualitative and quantitative)
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– Ministry of Human Development and culture, Republic Indonesia – Government Agency – Speaker & video collaboration
– Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctor Without Borders) – NGO – Speaker
– Peace Generation – NGO – Speaker & community partner
– Kolom Remaja Indonesia – NGO – Content Collaborator
– Asian Law Student’s Association, National Chapter Indonesia – Students Organization – Community Partner
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