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.Continue reading Indonesian Youth in the 21st Century Report
Tulodo has been appointed by Australia’s Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to undertake a research project on philanthropic flows in the Asia Pacific region. Tulodo will 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, developingContinue reading Tulodo appointed to undertake study on philanthropy in the Asia Pacific region
A new report (available below) from a team led by Tulodo’s Nick Goodwin has found promising evidence for the effectiveness of behaviour change approaches in clean cooking interventions. Despite decades of effort, around 2.8 billion people still rely on solid fuels to meet domestic energy needs. There is robust evidence this causes premature death, chronic disease asContinue reading New report on use of behaviour change in clean cooking interventions for economic, health and environmental impact
With all the discussion on nonprofit partnerships with the private sector, a Greenpeace campaign on Procter & Gamble reminds us that the corporation can also be the target of behaviour change campaigns. You may be familiar with P&G’s wildly popular video ‘’Thank You Mom’’, released for the Sochi Winter Olympics. Greenpeace has released a provocative spoof, “Hidden Truth“. WhileContinue reading Corporate behaviour change: Greenpeace takes on Procter & Gamble over commitment to mothers
Mobile phones and other smart devices are helping us solve major public policy problems by providing direct personalised access to information. However according to the UNEP, the amount of e-waste being produced – including mobile phones and computers – could rise by as much as 500% over the next decade in some countries. In the making of computer equipmentContinue reading Are smartphones…”better”…for the environment?
Swiss used clothing recycler I:Collect is planning to launch a Japanese subsidiary that will encourage shoppers to bring in their used garments in exchange for a voucher, according to the Asahi Shimbun. The company said it decided to launch Ico Japan Co. because the country is in the early adoption stage of recycling. “Japan is believedContinue reading Swiss firm I:Collect to start clothes recycling in Japan
Some people think social marketing is an import from the West, “discovered” by those who named it. Others see it as a universal approach to addressing social issues. The reality is nobody knows for sure. What we do know is that the Asia Pacific has a long tradition of social marketing practices and the first documentedContinue reading When did social marketing start?
Communities around the world face an unprecedented combination of issues that threaten their social, economic and cultural wellbeing. At the same time, there has never been such an enormous variety of information, tools and evidence available to deal with these issues. Yet many organizations still struggle to make an impact on the communities they aimContinue reading Welcome to Tulodo