• Intervensi untuk Program Anti-Rokok: Pentingnya Branding dan Segmentasi

    Tulodo Indonesia (Dr Nicholas Goodwin dan Heribertus Rinto Wibowo) menjadi pembicara dalam salah satu sesi di Seminar Etika Pemasaran Rokok di Indonesia: Implikasi terhadap Kebijakan Pengendalian Tembakau pada tanggal 19 Juli 2017 di Yogyakarta. Acara ini diselenggarakan oleh Edinburgh Napier University serta Pusat Perilaku dan Promosi Kesehatan Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada.

  • Bagaimana cara menangani berita hoax?

    Masih segar di dalam ingatan bagaimana kabar “orang gila merupakan penculik anak” tersebar di masyarakat. Banyak orang yang benar-benar mengalami gangguan mental menjadi korban main hakim sendiri dari masyarakat yang percaya kebenaran berita tersebut. Masalahnya beberapa dari mereka bahkan meninggal dunia akibat dipukuli dan ditendang oleh warga sekitar.

  • Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century Report

    Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin and Irma Martam led the research for this report, ‘Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century’. The report was commissioned by UNFPA through the UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development (IANYD) and in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

  • Perubahan Perilaku Lewat #8GelasSehari

    Kadang kita suka meremehkan asupan air dalam tubuh kita. Kenapa? Semakin banyak alternatif yang tersedia yang membuat kita merasa bahwa air putih bukanlah hal yang penting. Padahal minum air yang cukup sangat dibutuhkan untuk menjaga keseimbangan cairan dalam tubuh, menjaga fungsi ginjal, mengontrol kalori dan mengurangi berat badan, serta manfaat lainnya yang tak kalah pentingnya bagi tubuh kita.

  • Break the common sense block to engage parents in Timor Leste schools

    Sometimes our own worst enemy is common sense. The problem is not that if something makes sense intuitively then it’s wrong. The issue is often people assume common sense solutions are somehow universal. This is the common sense block. Take a look at schools in Timor Leste, where Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin is working with the Australian-funded Partnership for Human Development (PHD) program.

  • Connecting the dots to transform the world: find out how companies accelerate sustainable development and grow their business

    At Tulodo we are often asked what role the private sector should play in addressing social issues and achieving sustainable development. It’s been only a year and a half since the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – a set of targets to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. For the SDGs, which replaced the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), there are 17 ambitious goals to transform the world and each has specific targets to be achieved by 2030.

  • The art and science of good storytelling: That Sugar Film

    Damon has a lot of questions, especially about sugar. He knows junk food is bad for him but he’s heard different things about how much sugar is really in “healthy” food. And he’s curious about the effects on his body. He decides to find out and share his learning experience by making a documentary – That Sugar Film. Let’s take a look at this form of communications and how it engages its audiences.

  • HIV dan AIDS: Dekat di mata, jauh di hati

    Berdasarkan Survei Demografi dan Kesehatan Indonesia 2012 (SDKI, hal. 178), tingkat pengetahuan komprehensif tentang AIDS masyarakat Indonesia masih sangat rendah. Bagaimana dengan Anda? Salah satu tindakan untuk pencegahan HIV/AIDS adalah melalui tes HIV. Bagaimanakah tes HIV di Indonesia? Lihat informasinya di sini.

  • Which type of funding is right for you? An important decision for social entrepreneurs

    Social entrepreneurs, especially those of you with a brilliant idea ready to go, will likely soon wonder where to find the money to pay for it. Choosing the type of funding is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. When attending the 2016 Sankalp Summit in Jakarta (link), I found that there were three types of funding most often being discussed: debt, equity, and grants. So let’s take a closer look at each of them and discuss which one might be right for you.

  • HPV: kanker tidak hanya perlu vaksinasi tetapi juga keluarga

    Jika biasanya isu kesehatan diperingati dalam satuan hari, seperti Hari Kesehatan Jiwa Sedunia (10 Oktober) atau Hari Kesehatan Nasional (12 November), Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia akhir-akhir ini membuat sesuatu yang tidak biasa. Isu kesehatan di Indonesia kini diperingati dalam satuan bulan, seperti Bulan Anak Sehat (Agustus 2016) dan Bulan Eliminasi Penyakit Kaki Gajah – BELKAGA (Oktober 2016). Program terbaru dari Kemenkes RI adalah pelaksanaan pemberian vaksin HPV (human papilloma virus) dalam rangka Bulan Imunisasi Anak Sekolah (BIAS).

  • The Zika virus: is there a silver lining to our fear?

    Zika, the mosquito-borne virus, has been declared an international health emergency by the WHO. The international agency reports tremendous healthcare costs waiting ahead as the virus travels across continents and countries, seemingly unstoppable. We can imagine the grown-up babies who are suffering from microcephaly – strongly linked with the Zika virus. It will be a hard life for them and their carers because microcephaly has been linked with problems such as developmental delays, intellectual disability, hearing loss, vision problems, and it can be life-threatening. But even this tragedy may have a silver lining.

  • 3 Things you might not know about working with celebrities on social issues

    When Fu Yuanhui, the Chinese swimmer at the Rio Olympic Games, talked about her menstruation as a performance factor, she was the latest in a long line of celebrities playing a role in social and behavior change. In contrast to product promotion, involving celebrities in social campaigns can be even more complicated. But the good news is celebrities can also be very effective. Not only do they attract attention to an issue, e.g. climate change, but the involvement of a celebrity can provide a model for change that enables us to learn a new behavior, like recycling. So how does this work?

  • Kenaikan harga belum cukup hilangkan bau rokok di baju bangsa Indonesia

    Ganda bulutangkis Indonesia berhasil mengharumkan nama bangsa dengan membawa pulang medali emas dari Olimpiade Rio. Akan tetapi harum tersebut sedikit berbau rokok, karena salah satu sponsor utama adalah perusahaan tembakau. Kecanduan Indonesia terhadap rokok telah menjangkau seluruh lapisan masyarakat. Di sini kita membahas solusinya.

  • Happy 17 August! Is Indonesia’s Mental Revolution under control?

    Tomorrow Indonesia celebrates 71 years of independence, during which time its citizens have enjoyed many freedoms. Every year, as the nation prepares to celebrate its birth, many question the health of its political, social and community life. There are those who lament the changing social and cultural norms that appear to undermine traditional community values, citing everything from Pokemon Go obsession to the rise in teenage pregnancies as proof of a deterioration in the national spirit. To address this, the government has responded with a ‘Mental Revolution’ campaign, urging change not just in attitude or behavior, but in the values that underpin society. But can it work?

  • Amnesti Pajak: Kamu bangga atau takut?

    Banyak orang yang tidak tertarik membahas pajak, namun ini penting karena tanpa uang pajak, negara tidak bisa melaksanakan program pembangunan. Setiap hari kita temukan pembahasan mengenai program amnesti pajak (tax amnesty), entah itu dalam berita televisi, kolom ekonomi atau melalui status media sosial. Namun belum jelas seberapa efektif peran pemerintah untuk menyukseskan program amnesti pajak ini, khususnya jika kita lihat alasan seseorang mau mengubah perilakunya.

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Latest Articles

Intervensi untuk Program Anti-Rokok: Pentingnya Branding dan Segmentasi

Tulodo Indonesia (Dr Nicholas Goodwin dan Heribertus Rinto Wibowo) menjadi pembicara dalam salah satu sesi di Seminar Etika Pemasaran Rokok di Indonesia: Implikasi terhadap Kebijakan Pengendalian Tembakau pada tanggal 19 Juli 2017 di Yogyakarta. Acara ini diselenggarakan oleh Edinburgh Napier University serta Pusat Perilaku dan Promosi Kesehatan Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Gadjah Mada.

Bagaimana cara menangani berita hoax?

Masih segar di dalam ingatan bagaimana kabar “orang gila merupakan penculik anak” tersebar di masyarakat. Banyak orang yang benar-benar mengalami gangguan mental menjadi korban main hakim sendiri dari masyarakat yang percaya kebenaran berita tersebut. Masalahnya beberapa dari mereka bahkan meninggal dunia akibat dipukuli dan ditendang oleh warga sekitar.

Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century Report

Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin and Irma Martam led the research for this report, ‘Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century’. The report was commissioned by UNFPA through the UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development (IANYD) and in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century Report

Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin and Irma Martam led the research for this report, ‘Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century’. The report was commissioned by UNFPA through the UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development (IANYD) and in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

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Tulodo appointed to manage Sustainable Energy for All campaign in Indonesia

Tulodo has been appointed by Kopernik to manage the Indonesia campaign to support the global Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) agenda. Tulodo is working with Prodigy PR to produce the #IDWomen4Energy advocacy campaign on sustainable energy access in Indonesia. The campaign aims to engage…

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Social and behaviour change in Papua New Guinea

Tulodo is in Port Moresby for a few days as part of its research project funded by Australia’s DFAT. So far we’ve had useful meetings and found an interesting variety of organisations working on social and behaviour change. Here is a selection of…

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