Indonesia Group 8
Case Study 3:
Livelihoods and Child Protection
(by Diatyka W, Nita A and Restri B)

I. Background Analysis

Location : Papua Koala
Landscape : Seaside Town
Population : 40,000, including 10,000 returnees from exile.
Social politics situation : 1. Peace after 20 years of civil war.
2. Deteriorating infrastructure.
3. Discrimination and violence for returnees, especially
women and girls. 4. Gender issue
5. Gap between local population and returnees; wage jobs.
a. Benefits : 1. Rich in Timber and minerals
2. Skilled youth and adolescents

3. Plenty of farm land
4. Half of populations are adolescents and youth

5. Awarded grants from a large donor

b. Problems : 1. Economic weak
2. Little opportunity for formal employment
3. High rates of teen pregnancy

4. 1/3 youth and adolescents are work and out of school

5. Gangs feud

1. Targeting : Youth and Adolescents
a. Create some education activities that remain flexibilities
e.g.: Informal group schooling, night class, skill training.
b. Recreational Activities
e.g.: Create art and cultural activity centre. Provides music and sports activities.
c. Reduce the rates of teens pregnancy.
e.g.: Reproduction Health education, Condom campaign.

2. Targeting : Society Welfare

a. Food Distribution
e.g.: Open planting land, provision of seeds to grow crops, subsidized fertilizer.

b. Income-generating activity
e.g. : Trainings; mining, plantation, food processing, carpenter. Create market-linkages. Soft
loans for small business opportunity. With the government, open a job opportunity in industrial sectors.

c. Gender Based Violence Reduction
e.g. : Provide Legal Services for assistance to the victims. Build the awareness of equality of rights.

III. Strategic Partner

1. Local Government
2. Youth Leaders
3. Business Leaders
4. Religious Leaders
5. Society Leaders
6. Trainers from social workers

IV. Potential Indicators

1. Reducing numbers of Violence
2. Reducing numbers of Gangs fighting
3. Reducing of heterogeneity in the community
4. Increasing numbers of attendance of school
5. Increasing numbers of girls participant in any NGO programs
6. Increasing numbers of saving rates
7. The strengthening of economic sector