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Current Projects

What we're working on, from participatory and mixed methods research to community-based programming

1. Supporting Transformative Parental Engagement in Early Childhood Education through the Utilization of Assistive Technologies in Indonesia

This study aims to assess the early stimulation of children with disabilities and better understand caregivers’ needs and experiences in supporting their children’s education, including the use of assistive technology. This will be explored using participatory group discussions (pFGDs) with parents and caregivers of children with disabilities, school stakeholders, and local governments, complemented by a survey with caregivers across eight locations in DKI Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, East Java, and Bali.

2. Understanding Volunteerism and Volunteer Practices in Java and Bali

This new study will help Indorelawan better understand volunteerism and volunteer practices in Java and Bali, focusing on the practices of volunteering, both from the perspective of volunteers and the organisations where volunteers work. Through participatory focus group discussions (pFGDs) and a survey with volunteers, along with key informant interviews with host organisations, we will gather insights about volunteers' motivations and experiences, along with the management of volunteerism.

3. Empowering Urban Poor Communities through Digital Transformation with Social and Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

This project aims to better understand the complex challenges faced by people who work on the street in the Jakarta. Using participatory focus group discussions, we explored key experiences in street workers' lives, their aspirations, and the factors that have influenced their decision making.

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