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Narrative Report, 1 January - 31 December 2009 Solidaritas Perempuan (SP) Name of Counterpart Name of the project Oxfam Novib

Project Number Period Project Background We Can was first introduced in Indonesia through a workshop Taking Forward We Can Campaign in Indonesia, held on December 2007 in Bali. The workshop has successfully formed an initial alliance of We Can Indonesia - which consists of prominent women and human rights organizations - that agreed to conduct a collaborative campaign to end all violence against women. Started in year 2007, We Can Indonesia has many significant progress and development. Begins with the desire to ends all violence against women, many party like individual, community, or even organization, where then become a alliance member, join and together implemented We Can concept as campaign approach to make a individual behavior and attitude change that see and addressing violence against women situation. Main key massage of We Can Indonesia is men and women can become a change maker to a better and respect life without violence against women. Besides adopting We Can Asia in South Asia, We Can Indonesia also developing by using local context, culture, and strategy that alliance member have done and use in their work to ends all violence against women. This is also build and strengthening We Can position in Indonesia. Highlights of Outcomes Many individuals become change makers and potential change maker. They committed to end all violence against women, and becoming a role model to other people so they also can change. We Can Campaign in Indonesia have making significant progress year after year. One of the reasons for this progress is We Can Campaign using varied approach with different phases, which are start from individual changes, pre-contemplation, contemplation, and preparation for action, action (behavior and attitude change), maintenance, until asking other people to do the same. We Can Campaign is a campaign to ends all kinds of violence against women with positive way, where not making judgment like men is subject and women is victim/object of violence. Main call of We Can Campaign Indonesia is live respect without violence against women. And the massage of We Can Campaign is Women are no less valuable than men and Violence against women is unacceptable. Individual that already makes changes, have a commitment to not become part of any act of violence against women. They were also committed to become part of We Can Campaign as a change maker where they are committed to ask other 10 people to change and become a change maker also. The first thing to become a change maker is individual have to make a change in behavior, attitude, and point of view so they not act or become victim of violence against women. The next step is to ask other people, but not with negative influence, to change also, they can do it in their family, neighborhood, and community. Target audience We Can Campaign Indonesia is ordinary people, men and women, youth, etc. : Solidaritas Perempuan (SP) : We Can Campaign Indonesia : IDO- 501551 - 7530 : 01.11.2008 31.12.2010

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At the year 2009, We Can Campaign approach is introduced in Sumatra (Banda Aceh, Palembang, Padang, and Medan), Java (Jabodetabek, Karawang, Cianjur, Jogjakarta, Semarang, Malang, Surabaya, Sumenep, Jepara, and Bojonegoro), Sulawesi (Kendari, Palu, Poso, Makassar, Gorontalo and Manado), Nusa Tenggara Barat (Mataram), Sumbawa, Nusa Tenggara Timur and Papua (Jayapura). Until now total change maker in 2009 is 11240 people consist 8253 female and 2987 male, also at least 10000 potential change maker that involve and receive information about We Can campaign to ends all violence against women. The change maker is an individual that come from many background such as Grassroots woman, University Students, academician, educators, entrepreneur students, student, community leader, religion leader, individual from government, media, activist, art worker, employee, urban people, migrant worker, famer, social worker, etc. The expanding of We Can Indonesia Network/Alliance all over Indonesia After a series of consolidation between alliance to formulate a campaign strategy planning and strengthening the alliance management, We Can Indonesia was first launched regionally on December 2008, and in national level on March 2009. Since then, there have been excessive We Can campaign activities with the theme Living with Honor without Violence against Women. The campaign was conducted in 23 different community in Indonesia, from Banda Aceh to Papua. We Can Campaign have been done with intensive, flexible, spread, and the characteristic of alliance is dynamic so alliance that consist of individual and organization can work in community and public wide. We Can Indonesia alliance is consist of individual that have a commitment to expand and develop We Can Campaign in Indonesia. Until now, it is recorded that 57 organization and over 14000 people have involved and join We Can Campaign Indonesia. They are individual that came from various background and commit to end all violence against women. For organization that join in Alliance of We Can Campaign Indonesia have committed to collaborate We Can Campaign concept in their work. We Can Campaign also involving change maker from community to take part on develop activities and spreading We Can Campaign to end all violence against women in their community with invite other potential change maker. The attempt to build and develop We Can Campaign in Indonesia was start from making an open alliance structure and system that effective, efficient, and coordinative. This has been done with various activities to discuss structure and system concept of We Can Campaign Indonesia. With the We Can Indonesia network/alliance from individual and organization, is facilitate the establishment of structure alliance in region and national. There a positive response from alliance member on We Can Campaign activities, because the activity are build together with alliance based on situation and local context about violence against women and campaign strategy. At the year 2009, We Can Indonesia alliance is spread into 22 community and 5 region, where each community and region have their own secretariat/management. They have to develop and socialize We Can Campaign and also increasing the capacity of change maker to invite other potential change maker. Until now, alliance model still develop step by step and in discussion process to find an alliance structure and system We Can Campaign Indonesia that flexible, open, and dynamic so all alliance can develop sustainable activities and strategy according to We Can Campaign principle. Every community and region has a change maker that has a role as a coordinator, where they responsible in monitoring activities of change maker and development of We Can Campaign in their community and region. Coordinator community and region also conduct coordination with other alliance, core committee, and national management. For national

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level there are core committee consist 6 individuals that committed and have the capacity to develop We Can Campaign from substance, work plan, fundraising, future plan, monitoring work of national and alliance member. Also help by national management on coordinating, secretariat, and management issue. Public wide know and understand about Violence against Women and We Can Campaign Indonesia Violence against women issue through We Can Campaign has been publicity to wide public. The goal was not only for wide public to know and understand about violence against women, but also to understand that We Can Campaign approach is a social movement to end all violence against women. So individual will make behavior and attitude change so they not become a victim or actor of violence against women. The activities are socialization, increasing understanding, and capacity building for potential change maker and change maker. There are a positive individual respond from public, community, organization, etc, where they are willing and commit to join in We Can Indonesia network/alliance to end all violence against women in their life and community. We Can Campaign strategy in 2009 was more focused on building awareness about We Can; such as We Can values, approach and method to the wide public. With the spirit of using local context approach, the campaign was conducted through village discussion, We Can door to door, public discussion and We Can goes to Campus. Furthermore, there were also several form of campaign that aim to attract public about We Can through performance art using the local tradition such as wayang, ketoprak, sindrili, dul muluk, lulo, etc. Public wide know about violence against women and We Can Campaign concept trough publication/media kits and communication network (mail list, website, facebook). The substance of publication/media massage have trough quality control from core committee and national management even though it is necessary to strengthen. The campaign kits is also suitable with public context so it can be easy to understrand and acceptable. Not only national but each community (alliance member) also developing their own campaign kits using local context, either issue, culture, approach, language, etc. The campaign kits have trough quality control from core committee and national management, how ever some alliance members have to increase coordination about the process on making campaign kits and massage. This will be discussing in annual meeting so in the future every alliance member understood and always coordinate about campaign kits and massage. In future, publication/media kits will adopting We Can Communication Strategy by Oxfam novib to make sure We Can Campaign Indonesia have a campaign kits that effective and quality. Beside that, We Can Campaign activity to end all violence against women also have positive attract from mass media (electronic, print, local, and national). We Can activities were covered in this following station radio: Global FM 107,6Jogjakarta, Swara Yogya, Radio Female 96.1 Semarang, RRI Malang, Andaluss FM, Malowopati Fm, Radio KDS 8, Swara Mahardika-Sumenep, Radio Erlisa Jepara, Candra Buana Palembang, Delta, Nebula Radio, Radio Al-Khairat Manado, Radio Kosmonita, Radio RRI-Surabaya, Radio Kosmonita, UFM Radio, Women Radio, KBR 68 FM, VHR FM, Pro 2 RRI, RRI Kendari, Suara Kendari, SPFM, SKIP FM, Kaisarea Kupang, Radio Timor Kupang, RRI Mataram, Radio Yadinu, Radio Rasesa, RPD Sumbawa, Bens Radio, I-Radio, Radio Suara Samudra Selatan, etc. Television station such as TV Jogja, RBTV, Malang TV, TVRI Stasiun Ujung Pangan, TVRI Kupang, Lombok TV, TV Makassar, Pasific TV, RCTI, ANTV, etc. Printed Media such as Harian Pos Kupang, Harian Kursor, Harian Umum Gaung NTB, Kompas, Koransindo. Republika, Media Indonesia, Tempo, Indo post, Suara Pembaharuan, Satudunia.com, Aneka Yess, Jakarta Globe, Pos Kota, Berita Metro, Adoi, Her World, Antara, Politik Indonesia, ForumNGO.com, Sindo, Berita Kota, portaltiga.com, Rakyat Merdeka, detik.com, vivanews.com, Duta, Pocip, Warta MHS, etc.

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Through those series of campaign, We Can Indonesia has received a very positive response. The target audiencewhich consists of common people, both men and women are eager to be involved in the campaign by becoming change makers. The processes of this campaign were also resulted in the increasing capacity of change makers on the situation of violence against women and also about the principles of We Can. By March 2010, the overall change maker in Indonesia has reached the number 14.460 people.
Outcomes We Can Campaign Indonesia Outcome 1: Socialize and giving understanding of violence against women and We Can Campaign Creating an effective campaign tools together with communication system and method that is appropriate with the community context which used as We Can Campaign Indonesia campaign tools (national and alliance (region/community). Milestones of progress towards the outcomes in 01 January -31 December 2009 1 National Launching We Can Campaign Indonesia at 21 March 2009, where inviting wide public to ends all violence against women 2 times press conference held by national management. 26 journalists (electronic and printed) attended National Press Conference using moment of International Day of Eliminating All Kinds of violence against women. Beside that also publicize We Can Alliance activities and promote We Can Indonesia as a campaign to ends all violence against women 3 times press conference and media brief held by alliance member 4 Times Peace action, Hearing, and Reflection Night Ends All Violence Against Women 151 times We Can Door to Door to socialize We Can Campaign to Ends all violence against women 129 times We Can Goes to Village and Rembug Kampung that have been done to socialize and inviting to join We Can Campaign Indonesia to ends all violence against women. 23 Times We Can Cross Village held, which invite change maker from various village to share experience, information, and discussing on method that can be use to invite other people to make a change and also become a change maker 15 times Public discussion held, which invite change maker, alliance member, and public wide. Attended by gender, feminism, politic, culture, law, education expert, and also individual from government, community leader, and religion leader. 12 Times We Can Goes to Campus held, which the target audience is collage student and academician 2 times We Can Seminar Ends All Violence Against Women 22 Times Group Discussion, the target is high school student, collage student, community, and grass root. 1 times training and education about ends all violence against women 1Times Movie Screening with local context (Layar Tancap) 1 times Competition Drama Comedy Suroboy-an with theme ends all violence against women 18 times Performing art using culture and local context to socialize community and public wide. Such as Wayang (Local Puppet show) , Ludruk (Theater-

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comedy), Campur Sari (Song), Tong Tong Klek,Kethoprak, Likok Pulo (Dawet) Dancing, Dul Muluk, Sinrili, Dero Dancing,Lulo Dancing, Merarik (Drama), Randai. 2 times photo novella. Using main stream media such as photo novella (photo plot that make a story about violence against women and how to end it) Approaching community leader and religion leader, where they have a power and become a role model to their community. 30 Times Talk Show Radio and 1 Talk show TV. Electronic media is an effective publication strategy and can cover more audience 877 times jingle radio about We Can Campaign to Ends All Violence Against Women 2 times mass praying. Involve in religion activities/religion meeting such as Islam mass pray (Pengajian akbar), istigosah, and church preach (such as Sunday preach). Using religion and local moment to socialize We Can Indonesia to end all violence against women, such as Christmas, ester, family day, and lebaran (Islam holly day) Public have an access and information of We Can Campaign Indonesia, with email, mail list, and publication/media kits (Brochure, T-shirt, PIN, Sticker, Poster, bracelet, calendar, mug, hand towel, etc ) Working and cooperating with media Massa (electronic and printed media) to socialize and promote We Can Indonesia such as campaign to end all violence against women and We Can Alliance activities/events 11240 change maker consist 8253 female and 2987 male, where they will socialize and invite minimum 10 people to make a change and ends all violence against women At least over 10000 potential change maker all over Indonesia that know, understand, and also involve in We Can Campaign Indonesia 1 guide line book for change maker, it is very use full for the change maker to socialize and gave information about We Can Campaign and Violence against women, so the target audience can also make a change and become a change maker also 1 Review We Can Communication Strategy by Oxfam Novib in Indonesia version to alliance member or organization or individual that want to involve in We Can Campaign. The review gave information about We Can Campaign and how to make a good and effective campaign. 1 times coaching training of We Can Indonesia 1 time Pre-Testing Module Training for Trainer We Can Indonesia in Malang Alliance 1 times Workshop Campaign and Communication Strategy of We Can Indonesia inviting represented 23 region, core committee, and management team. Also attended by 2 professional campaigner, communication, and advertising practitioner and also trainer expertise. 1 times Workshop Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation that held in Jakarta by inviting core committee and management team

Outcome 2: Increase in knowledge and awareness of a change maker candidate from ordinary men and women, young people and encourage others to stop violence against woman in their community. Outcome 3: Increasing capacity of core

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committee, management national, and alliance. Building and development on We Can Campaign Strategy, Method, Work plan, Alliance Structure, Management, and finance.

1 times Workshop Campaign and Communication Strategy of We Can Indonesia inviting represented 23 region, core committee, and management team. The result is draft work plan period 2009 for each community/region and national. 1 times Workshop Building We Can Training for Trainer (TOT) Module for Change Maker, that have been done in Jakarta inviting core committee and management team that become the first trainer 2 times Workshop Training Finance that have been done in Makassar and Jakarta. The result is that alliance member, such as finance volunteer understand and increasing capacity on finance specially on finance report 8 times region coordination meeting (Sumatra, Java I, Java II, Nusa Tenggara, East Indonesia-Sulawesi and Papua). 6 times Strategy and Coordination Meeting between core committee and management team that produce planning, monitoring, and evaluation, such as final work plan 2009 and management in 22 regions. 5 times coordination meeting by national management team Coordinating using information system such as phone, email, and mail. 57 organization join We Can Campaign Indonesia and commitment to socialize and also internalize We Can activity with organization and their region 22 community and 5 region of alliance We Can Indonesia, where theres also management and coordinator

Outcome 4: Coordinate, planning, monitoring, and evaluation on We Can work plan (region and national), core committee, and management team. Sharing information and progress on how We Can develop in region and national Outcome 5: We Can Indonesia structure and alliance system, planning system, development monitoring and evaluation of We Can Indonesia system, including evaluation of the result that will and have been achieved by We Can Indonesia. Developing Institution of National Management We Can Campaign Indonesia

SP as national management of We Can Campaign Indonesia have a more knowledge, understanding, and information on violence against women and We Can Campaign SP have strengthen capacity on management and secretariat SP Staff have become a first trainer for change maker and women empowerment Public are able to access information on We Can Campaign trough management We Can Indonesia using system information such as internet, mail, facebook, media campaign. And campaign kits Management We Can Indonesia have made and distribute Publication/media kits, more than 40000 unit to We Can Indonesia alliance and network

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Principal Risk
Principal Risks to the Success of the Outcomes Imbalance between core committee, national management, and We Can Indonesia network or alliance Milestone of Risk Reduction or Control At the year 2010, We Can Indonesia will increasing capacity either its organization or individual skills on communication and campaign strategy, guideline book for change maker, and Training of Trainer Change Maker Module. The first activity is national workshop and then the representation of participate in workshop will develop and facilitate region workshop. This method is more effective so to strengthen capacity will not stop in national level only. Even though in 2009, there already 22 community and 5 region where each have their own secretariat and coordinator. There still lack coordination between community, region, and national. Some of the alliance members not quite understand about the alliance principle. But in the 2010, there will be increasing understanding and capacity for coordinating and communication method. And discussion on alliance form. Even though there is donor from Oxfam, but still lack for the implementation of work plan until 2011, especially after the increasing of activity in 2010 (national, community, and region). For that, it is needed a fundraising, either in national management or network/alliance on region or community, especially on implementation of activities of We Can Campaign. Note: anyone who receive donor, have to inform to other core committee and national management, to avoid misunderstanding about resource fund and coordination about the consolidation on impact of change maker in We Can Campaign Indonesia. Even though at beginning year 2009, there are already 22 community and 5 regions join as an alliance We Can member, but the making of work plan was done in May 2009 and the understanding agreement with the alliance to make their own management was been done in September 2009. So these become an obstacle for alliance member to implementing their work plan. For that in the year 2010, alliance, core committee and national management will meet in annual meeting that will be held in March 2010. In this meeting will discuss about work plan 2010 in community, region, and national level Patriarchy culture is still strong and the assumption about violence against women is domestic issue and is not a problem, so there are many not positive responses and become an obstacle to socialize We Can Campaign to Ends All Violence Against Women. For that, We can Indonesia will build a various strategy to face this obstacle.

Lack of coordination and communication between core committee, national management, and We Can Indonesia alliance

Lack of donor diversification on work plan implementation

Lack of time on work plan implementation

Having non positive response about violence against women from target, which community/public wide

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Beneficiaries of We Can Campaign Indonesia


Project participants The people who participate in the relevant activities or use the services, facilities and materials offered by the organization, or both. The target of We Can Campaign projects is individual or ordinary men and women youth (both men and women), urban poor people, rural indigenous from fishers, farmers, and migrant workers, house hold, youth, academician, media, art worker, student entrepreneur, individual from government, religion leader, community leader, etc. No I.1 I.1.1 I.1.2 I.1.3 I.1.4 I.1.5 I.2 I.2.1 I.2.2 I.2.3 I.2.4 I.3 I.3.1 I.3.2 I.3.3 I.3.4 I.3.5 II.1 II.1.1 II.1.2 II.1.3 II.1.3 II.1.4 II.1.5 II.2 II.2.1 II.2.2 II.2.3 II.2.4 II.2.5 II.2.6 II.2.7 II.3 II.3.1 II.3.2 II.3.3 II.3.4 Activities Freq Project Participants Female Male

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Java I Jabotabek We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion We Can Goes to Campus We Can Seminar Ends All Violence Against Women Karawang (West Java) We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Public Discussion Jingle Radio Cianjur (West Java) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Public Discussion Talk Show Radio II. JAVA II Malang (East Java) Talk show Radio session Reality Interactive Dialog We Can Goes to Village (Rembuk Kampung) We Can Goes to Campus Pers Conference attend by Print and Electronic media Performing Art Campursari We Can Isthigotsah We Can (Mass Prayer) Bojonegoro (East Java) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Public Discussion Performing art Tong-tong Klek Talk Show Radio Jingle Radio We Can Semarang (Central Java) Jingle Radio Talk show Radio We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village

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II.3.5 II.3.6 II.4 II.4.1 II.4.2 II.4.3 II.4.4 II.4.5 II.4.6 II.4.7 II.4.8 II.4.9 II.5 II.5.1 II.5.2 II.5.3 II.5.4 II.5.5 II.5.6 II.6 II.6.1 II.6.2 II.6.3 II.6.4 II.6.5 II.6.6 II.6.7 II.6.8 II.7 II.7.1 II.7.2 II.7.3 II.7.4 II.7.5 II.7.6 III.1 III.1.1 III.1.2 III.1.3 III.1.4 III.1.5 III.1.6 III.1.7 III.1.8 III.1.9 III.2 III.2.1 III.2.2 III.2.3 III.2.4

Cross Village Discussion Performance art Wayang Kulit Yogyakarta (Central Java) We Can Door to Door Rembug Kampung (Reguler Discussion) We Can Goes to Village Public Discussion Cross Village Discussion Movie Screening Layar tancap We Can Goes to Campus Jingle radio Performance Art Kethoprak and Reflection 2009 Jepara (Central Java) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Jingle We Can Talk show Radio Cross Village Discussion Performance Art and Culture We Can Surabaya (East Java) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Rembug Kampung Public Discussion Competion Drama Comedy Suroboy-an Cross Village Discussion Talk show Radio Jingle radio Sumenep (East Java) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Peace Action Talk show radio Public Discussion III. Sumatra Banda Aceh We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Public Discussion We Can Goes to Campus Talk show Radio Drama Theater Performing art using culture context Likok Pulo (lawet) Dancing Jingle Radio Padang (West Sumatera) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Public Discussion

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III.2.5 III.2.6 III.2.7 III.2.8 III.2.9 III.3 III.3.1 III.3.2 III.3.3 III.3.4 III.3.5 III.3.6 III.3.7 IV.1 IV.1.1 IV.1.2 IV.1.3 IV.1.4 IV.1.5 IV.1.6 IV.1.7 IV.1.8 IV.1.9 IV.2 IV.2.1 IV.2.2 IV.2.3 IV.2.4 IV.2.5 IV.2.6 IV.2.7 IV.2.8 IV.2.9 IV.2.10 IV.3 IV.3.1 IV.3.2 IV.3.3 IV.3.4 IV.3.5 IV.3.6 IV.3.7 IV.3.8 IV.3.9 IV.4 IV.4.1 IV.4.2 IV.5 IV.5.1 IV.5.2

Regular Discussion in Campus We Can Goes to Campus Talk show Radio Jingle Radio Performing art Randai Palembang (South Sumatera) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Performing Art Dul Muluk Public Discussion Jingle Radio Talk show radio IV. Sulawesi and Papua Makassar (South Sulawesi) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Regular Discussion We Can Goes to Campus Public Discussion Talk Show Radio Performing Art Sinrili and Theoretical Jingle Radio Palu (Central Sulawesi) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Talk Show Radio Public Discussion We Can Goes to Campus Seminar Ends All Violence Against Women Jingle Radio Performing Art Dero Dancing: Ends All Violence Against Women Photo Novella Kendari (South East Sulawesi) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion We Can Goes to Campus Public Discussion Talk Show Radio Jingle Radio Performing Art Lulo Dancing Photo Novella Gorontalo Regular Discussion We Can Goes to Campus Manado (North Sulawesi) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village

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IV.5.3 IV.5.4 IV.5.5 IV.5.6 IV.5.7 IV.5.8 IV.6 IV.6.1 IV.6.2 IV.6.3 IV.6.4 IV.6.5 IV.6.6 V.1 V.1.1 V.1.2 V.1.3 V.1.4 V.1.5

We Can Goes to Campus Public Discussion Cross Village Discussion Talk Show Radio Talk Show TV Jingle Radio Jayapura (Papua) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Media Brief using International Day of Ends All Violence Against Women Talk Show Radio We Can Goes to Campus Jingle Radio V. Nusa Tenggara Mataram (West Nusa Tenggara) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Cross Village Discussion Discussion Group with Collage Student Performing Art We Can Dancing and Music Festival using moment International Day Ends All Violence Against Women Merarik (Theater and Dancing) Mass Praying Pengajian Akbar Jingle Radio Sumbawa (West Nusa Tenggara) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Group Discussion Cross Village Discussion Peace Action and Hearing Advertorial in printed Media Jingle Radio Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara) We Can Door to Door We Can Goes to Village Regular Discussion youth (church community) Public Discussion Peace Action using International Day of Anti Poverty Reflection Night using International Day of Ends All Violence Against Women and Human Rights Education and Training Ends All Violence Against Women VI. National We Can Goes to Campus National Launching Workshop Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Workshop Campaign and Communication Strategy of We Can Indonesia Workshop Building Training of Trainer Module for Change Maker Workshop Training Finance

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Press Conference - Using moment of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination - using moment of International Day of Eliminating All Kinds Violence Against Women Strategic and Coordination Meeting Talk show Radio Jingle Radio Making and Distribution Publication/Media Kits (for every activities-national, community, and region)

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System Information Facebook (We Can Indonesia Group) Email (wecan_indonesia@yahoo.com) Total Project Participants 2009 Final Beneficiaries All the people who experience significant and sustained positive changes from the outcomes of the Project's activities. In the case of a training course for teachers, the people reached are for example the pupils they teach. Notes: With the assumption that one project participant will give significant and sustained positive change to 10 other people, then the total final beneficiaries is the amount of project participants x 10 people Total Final Beneficiaries

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