Here is some of our current and recent work for government, NGO, university and business organizations. We’re helping them to solve health, governance, education, technology, conservation, human rights, microfinance and sanitation problems. 


Tulodo was appointed by the Australian Government-funded KOMPAK program to implement a micro-marketing service pilot. This service will help improve small businesses and the market-orientation of community-based livelihoods actors in Pacitan and North Lombok. Tulodo developed and executed a marketing plan, consisting of materials, tools and training.

Screen Shot 2017-04-28 at 3.57.18 PMThe Partnership for Human Development (PHD) represents Australia’s long-term vision for enhancing human development in Timor-Leste over the next decade. Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin is engaged across the program to provide technical advice and program input on behaviour change across the portfolio of projects. Tulodo participates in the health sector, which includes a focus on maternal health through the Liga Inan Maternal Health Program. We also work on the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program which focuses on toilet access and improved sanitation practices. Tulodo also advises PHD and Catalpa on the Hamutuk Multi-sector Nutrition Program, including developing a behavioural design strategy and process. We also work with PHD and local NGO, Ba Futuru, work on the Gender Based Violence eradication program.

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Adviser and evaluator for Unala reproductive health project (UNFPA, Indonesia): we provided advice and lead the evaluation focused on documenting lessons learned and good practices of Unala, a sexual and reproductive health services pilot project in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The report provided recommendations for the sustainability of Unala and strategies to advocate for private sector and government support.

coffey&aaScholarship Tracer Study Communications (Australia Awards Indonesia, Coffey): we provide strategy and communications assistance to improve partner and stakeholder engagement with the AAI program’s tracer study on the impact of Australia’s scholarship program in Indonesia. This includes analysis of the tracer study data, consultation with key stakeholders, development of a communications strategy and rollout of engagement activities.

kopernik-logo-fullFire Up Clean Cookstove project
(Central Java, Indonesia): as part of Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and World Bank Clean Stove Initiative (CSI), Tulodo is partnering with Kopernik to market cleaner cookstoves to poor households in Central Java. Tulodo’s role is to design and manage the marketing and community mobilisation activities, include formative research, marketing strategy, stakeholder engagement, capacity building for local partners and promotional activities.

DFAT-stacked-strip-pcDFAT, Australia, Study on Philanthropic Flows in the Asia Pacific: Tulodo was commissioned to research and produce a report on the financial flows and programs of philanthropic actors in the Asia Pacific region. This includes a literature review, field visits, mapping potential partners, developing a scorecard of partnership effectiveness and producing case studies.


kopernik-logo-fullKopernik, #IDWomen4Energy advocacy campaign: Tulodo worked with Prodigy PR to produce the #IDWomen4Energy advocacy campaign on sustainable energy access in Indonesia, commissioned by Kopernik. The campaign engaged Indonesian consumers to change their behaviors and increase participation on issues relating to sustainable energy. We also advocated for gender to be incorporated in energy policies and expanded energy access for the poor, as part of the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) agenda.

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UK Dept. for International Development (DFID): Behaviour Change Study on Clean Cooking Effectiveness: Tulodo led the team to research and produce a report on the effectiveness of behavior change interventions on clean cooking globally, including cost effectiveness analysis and case studies. Study consortium partners are HED Consulting, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Duke University.

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: ‘Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century Mapping Project’. Tulodo’s role was to research and produce a report that mapped social and behavior change programs focused on youth throughout Indonesia. Tulodo led consultations with UN, government and donor agencies, as well as NGOs, private sector and youth to identify priorities for the future. We also provided recommendations to support the Government of Indonesia’s National Youth Strategy 2014-19.

DFAT-stacked-strip-pcAustralia’s DFAT: Nicholas Goodwin has a standing contract with DFAT to provide communications for development services to support the Australian aid program globally. This includes consulting and advice on strategic direction for programs; design, concept and implementation documents; monitoring and evaluation missions; training; technical assistance to other Australian Government agencies; and research and quality assurance services.

Logo-WHOWorld Health Organization: Nicholas Goodwin worked with a University of Sydney team  to design and produce a WHO training curriculum to enhance the health communications capacities of senior public health directors, managers and staff in government agencies across the developing world.


Australian National Preventive Health Agency: Nicholas Goodwin advised ANPHA on a research-driven strategy and program to address alcohol harm among young people through social media, social marketing and behaviour change communications.



AADB_LOGOsian Development Bank: Nicholas Goodwin contributed to a research-driven governance project to improve knowledge of the ADB’s Accountability Mechanism in the Pacific, including providing people affected by development projects with information on how best to address their issues. The project included research on socio-political institutions and systems, ways to reach ethnically and geographically diverse communities and development of a strategic plan for effective communications.


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