Portfolio

  • Campaigning Safe Migration in East Nusa Tenggara

    Safe Migration Campaign and Capacity Strengthening of the Anti-Trafficking Task Force and Migrant Worker Training Centres in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT). The Indonesian Ministry of Manpower and the Provincial Government of NTT declared a state of emergency in 2015 due to the increasing number of trafficking cases and victims in the area. In most cases, agencies or recruiters use fraud, deceptions […]
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  • “Let’s Talk About It”

    “Let’s Talk About It” – Increasing Adolescent and Community Awareness on Reproductive Health and Improving Parenting Skills of Teachers & Parents in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara. During a baseline survey conducted on October 2014 in 3 areas in East Nusa Tenggara (Kupang City, Kupang Regency, and Manggarai Barat Regency), OTMI discovered a lack of communication between parents and adolescents in […]
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  • Educating Malaysia-bound migrant workers about safe migration

    Our objectives 1. Create understanding of the rights and issues around safe migration so that Indonesian migrant workers going to Malaysia know how to protect themselves. 2.Generate awareness at a grass-roots level of the issues and challenges facing migrant workers going to both Malaysia and Arab countries, and empower prospective workers to understand their rights and mobilize community members to […]
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  • Educating Arab-bound migrant workers about safe migration

    Our objectives 1. Create understanding of the rights and issues around safe migration so that Indonesian migrant workers going to Arab countries know how to protect themselves 2.Reduce abuse by frustrated employers by ensuring that Indonesian migrants understand basic instructions in Arabic and can complete domestic tasks effectively 3. Generate awareness at a grass-roots level of the issues and challenges […]
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  • Hello Mister!

    Funder: US Embassy Period: 2009-2010 Hello Mister! OTMI conjunction with Amazing Productions, wrote, directed and produced a 13 episode TV Sinetron “Hello Mister.” Sponsored by the U.S Embassy, it is being hailed as the first truly educational soap opera in Indonesia. “Hello Mister!” has a humorous and dramatic plot, primarily designed to teach English but also incorporating messages about bird […]
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  • Acehnese women’s rights NGO and journalist training

                        Funder: European Union Period: 2009-2010 This project was designed to socialise women’s rights and roles post tsunami and post conflict recovery in Aceh. Our objectives To empower NGOs to speak powerfully and efficiently through the media, gaining control over the way in which they are perceived through the media; and […]
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  • Police media relations training

    Funder: JCLEC Period: 2009-2010   OTMI trained communications officers and commanders from police divisions on how to work with the media during times of crisis to help diminish fear, provide information and enlist public support to catch perpetrators. The training included analysing an anti-terrorism media campaign and writing press releases, as well as practical experience facing the cameras at press […]
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  • Anti-terrorism, pluralism and discrimination radio drama

    Funder: Search For Common Ground Period: March – July 2010 We wrote and produced an entertaining 25-episode radio drama designed to promote anti-terrorism and pluralism messages, and highlight the dangers of discrimination and marginalisation in communities. These tough and challenging subjects were incorporated into story lines that featured a football team and an entrant into an Indonesian Idol style competition […]
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  • PNPM implementer and journalist training

    Funder: World Bank Period: January – December 2010 OTMI conducted two workshops side-by-side for PNPM Mandiri implementers and journalists. The workshops were held together to create a synergy between these two powerful groups to empower them to spread information and knowledge about the poverty alleviation programme PNPM Mandiri and the benefit it offers to their communities. Some sessions were held […]
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