KITONG BISA FOUNDATION
More other successful projects were carried out in collaboration with the private sector, such as Garuda Indonesia, PT. Pertamina to develop and equip classrooms in several learning centers. Other companies such as PT. Freeport Indonesia, which funds a program of sending teacher trainers to remote areas to train local teachers there to improve their teaching skills to deliver quality learning. One of them is collaboration with the United States Embassy in Indonesia to hold a meet and greet between the United States ambassador and youth activists in Papua and West Papua.
Due to its focus on education, Kitong Bisa together with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and technology will establish 2000 teaching and learning activity centers (PKBM) spread throughout Indonesia. As a pioneer in Non-Profit Management and CSR consulting, Kitong Bisa has attracted the attention of various media. Some of the coverage can be seen on the Jakarta globe news channel “Perspective Show”, Berita Satu “DK Show”, Margin Australia Magazine, as well as invitations to speak at various events both domestically and abroad. Kitong Bisa and the organizations that have helped it have a strong online presence (see our website: www.kitongbisa.com). For example, the Papuan scholarship club with more than 20,000 members, the Papuan career center with more than 9,000 members, and the Quatmo Foundation in Vietnam with more than 1,500 members. This network is useful for sharing success stories, information and inspiration with all members of the organization, as well as branding for sponsors.
To be the Pioneer of an excellent Non-Formal Learning Center to become a generation of Papuans who are intelligent, innovative, and have character for Indonesia
Superior (Learning Center & components)
b. Teacher Recruiting teaching staff through a clear recruitment process Provide ToT training for teachers
- Has clear, directed, and measurable assessment indicators
RESPECT stands for a set of behavioural components, which makes up a successful entrepreneur. They learn these components progressively since they were in their elementary school, then when they are in high school, they will learn how to make products and sell it. So, in the early ages, we focus more on the behavioural change, where as after they reach their high school, they learn the “how to” or the actual skills of an entrepreneur.
Each of the learning centers will have uniqueness based on the local potentials, aligned with teaching RESPECT as outlined above. Yapen is focusing on the commodity businesses and sustainable blue tourism based products, Jayapura focuses on the urban-based products needs, Merauke is more into forest and nature related products, Fakfak is close with the women’s personal touch (handmade) products.