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To build the capacity of a community organization in managing their organization

The mission is aimed to improve the capacity of the Management Board members of LPSDA in managing their new organization. The position of LPSDA in village development is quite strategic, but their capacity is now very low. They need support from other parties (NGO, expert, volunteer, government, etc) to enable them to manage the organization properly. Based on the education background, most of them are graduated from Junior High school and Senior High school. Furthermore, considering they live in a quite remote village, they are also lack of experience. Capacity building activity is truly relevant for their situation. BIOMA as the assisting NGO has several plans to capacitate the organization (LPSDA) but at the moment they don’t have enough resources to do the activities. The volunteer mission from Planète Urgence in organisational management is welcome and will suit with the long-term plan of BIOMA in developing the village of Muara Siran. After the mission completed, it is expected that the Board members of LPSDA Muara Siran will have basic knowledge and skill in managing the operation of the organization, particularly organization administration, making work plan, and developing job description.
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The mission should cover the main topics of management of organization: ? Basic administration of the organization ? Developing Organizational Chart (organization structure) ? Developing organization plan (Work plan) ? Developing job description of staff By the end of the mission, the organization will be able to use the tools and the procedures learned during the training to improve their organization by themselves. BIOMA as the assisting NGO will assist them to do this work.
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OUI
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Congé solidaire
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To be named
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12
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12 persons (10 from the Management of LPSDA and 2 BIOMA Staffs) Participants from the LPSDA are villagers, mostly farmers with low educational background, with the age between 20 - 40 years old. Due to this background, the material of the training should be simple. Two staffs of BIOMA will be assigned to join the training as well as to help the volunteer in organizing the training.The training will be addressed to the Board Members of LPSDA. In general their level of knowledge on the topic of “organizational management” is very low. Most of them have never attended training on that topic, even for the other topic. They also have lack of experience in ruling an organization. The training should be delivered in a simple way. Therefore, there will be 2 staffs of BIOMA will join the training. BIOMA staffs are graduated from university, and their role during the training is as the participants as well as helping the participants of LPSDA in the process of learning.BIOMA as the assisting NGO to LPSDA (and Muara Siran Village) want to develop Muara Siran village as a self-sufficient village that could plan and manage the village resources sustainably in order to improve the quality of life of the people. Strengthening LPSDA will eventually strengthen the village in achieving their objective.
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BIOMA Foundation is a non-governmental organization based in Samarinda, East Kalimantan (Borneo Island) established in 1998 (bioma.or.id). BIOMA has a vision of "Sustainability of the functions and benefits of natural resources and environment for the sustainability of all creatures including human well being, especially local communities". To achieve this vision, BIOMA has a mission of "to promote the community’s awareness and participation and to support policies and efforts in the protection and sustainable use of natural resources and the environment as a gift of God Almighty". BIOMA founded by a group of young environmental activists in Samarinda (mostly graduated from the Faculty of Forestry, Mulawarman University) who concerned about the damages of the environment, especially forest resources in Kalimantan Island. Institutionally and personally, BIOMA has had adequate relevant experiences in the project implementation, community facilitation and assistance. In the beginning of its establishment, BIOMA worked more on research in field of natural resources, but later they work with community in managing natural resources sustainably. Today BIOMA works with community in several villages in Kutai Kartanegara District and Malinau District, East Kalimantan Province.
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When the volunteer arrives in Balikpapan in the morning, he/she can proceed to Samarinda City by shuttle bus (3 hours). If the volunteer arrives in the afternoon, he/she should stay overnight in Balikpapan. We will book a room in Hakaya hotel (located near the Airport). PU Indonesia will arrange the hotel and the airport transfer. The next day, the volunteer will proceed to Samarinda, 3 hours by shuttle bus. We will send information clearly how to go to Samarinda by shuttle bus. After arrive in Samarinda, the volunteer will meet Planète Urgence Indonesia and BIOMA for briefing session. Then BIOMA will host and organize the volunteer mission, including how to go to and where to stay in the village. The volunteer will stay one night in Samarinda before going to the village. The next day, BIOMA will accompany the volunteer to go to Muara Siran Village. This travel time will be around 4 hours by car (including take a rest). The road mostly is good, but there are some sections with dirty road. After travelling by car, the travel will be continued by a motor boat for about 20 minutes through river way. Life vest will be provided for this travel.
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Balikpapan [Sepinggan]
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Transit in Balikpapan City will be in Hakaya Plaza Hotel (www.hakayaplazahotel.com) Transit in Samarinda, place to stay: a budget hotel, a clean standard hotel. In Muara Siran Village, the volunteer will stay in a family house (the house of the Village’s head). The condition of place of stay: ? private room with electric fan (during night time) ? Mosquito net is provided ? Shared bath room (no shower, but taking bath style [mandi]), water closed. Meal during the mission will be organized by BIOMA. The staple food is rice with the dishes of chicken, fish, and sometimes beef. Indonesian used a lot spices for cooking. For the volunteer, the host will provide less spicy food.
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The equipment and material available: whiteboard and board marker, electricity during night time (from 6pm to 6am), telephone and SMS but internet connection is poor, LCD projector (if needed).
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