WEEK 2 – Rapid Survey on COVID-19 behaviors, social, and economic impact on communities in Bone District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Tulodo Indonesia presents the second weekly report from our rapid survey on COVID-19 impact in Bone, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Below you’ll find a snapshot of the findings, with the report attached.Continue reading WEEK 2 – Rapid Survey on COVID-19 behaviors, social, and economic impact on communities in Bone District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Survei Cepat tentang Perilaku, Dampak Sosial, dan Ekonomi COVID-19 pada Masyarakat di Kabupaten Bone, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia

Kami dari Tulodo Indonesia mempersembahkan Laporan Minggu Pertama survei cepat kami tentang dampak COVID-19 di Bone, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia. Berikut adalah hasil ringkasan temuan dan laporan berikut terlampir.Continue reading Survei Cepat tentang Perilaku, Dampak Sosial, dan Ekonomi COVID-19 pada Masyarakat di Kabupaten Bone, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia

School prepares you for the real world, with Dolpin

Last Saturday, the 22th of February, the Tulodo-team visited the Islamic middle school Asaloka in Meruya South Jakarta to introduce parents to their educational game Dolpin (Dolanan Pintar). Dolpin is a family-based sexuality education teaching kit for children aged 5 to 9 years old. It was the first time that the team visited a school to give a seminar about their ‘Smart Game’. The family-based educational kit is designed to teach …Continue reading School prepares you for the real world, with Dolpin

Bubble tea: what’s really in it and what is it doing to your body?

Bubble tea! You can find it everywhere in Jakarta with long queues in front of shops. But what is actually in bubble tea? Why are many Jakarta people willing to waiting in a line for one hour? And what is it doing to your body?

These shops only sell Bubble tea (also known as Boba tea). Bubble tea is an East Asian drink that was inventedContinue reading Bubble tea: what’s really in it and what is it doing to your body?

3 Aktivitas Sederhana Untuk Maksimalkan Potensi Anak

Dunia anak-anak adalah dunia bermain. Dalam artikel UNICEF, disebutkan bahwa bermain merupakan salah satu cara bagi anak-anak untuk mendapatkan pengetahuan dan mengasah berbagai macam keterampilan. Orang tua sebagai “guru pertama” bagi anak-anaknya memiliki peran penting dalam memfasilitasi pembelajaran melalui bermain.Continue reading 3 Aktivitas Sederhana Untuk Maksimalkan Potensi Anak

K-pop: From Marketing Tactics to Collective Idolisation

The “Korean wave” (Hallyu) has taken the world by storm. Not only has it entered globalised consumer culture, it has become a strategic export commodity.  But what makes the Korean wave so globally accepted? And what has helped turn this restoration and reinvention of South Korean culture into such a staggering phenomenon? How does it disrupt the traditional marketing tactics?Continue reading K-pop: From Marketing Tactics to Collective Idolisation

Berbagi Ilmu dan Menginspirasi Kelompok UMKM di Pacitan

Sebagai bagian dari project KOMPAK Improving Market Linkages for Community-Based Micro and Small Enterprises, Tulodo melalui Hepi Inc mengadakan kegiatan pelatihan terkait penjualan dan promosi, pengelolaan acara (event management), dan pemasaran digital untuk kelompok UMKM dampingan KOMPAK di Pacitan: Kelompok Mocaf Bogati dan Sumber Waras. Pelatihan ini dilaksanakan dari tanggal 27 hingga 29 Maret 2018 dan diikuti oleh sebanyak 12 peserta yang merupakan perwakilan dari kedua kelompok.Continue reading Berbagi Ilmu dan Menginspirasi Kelompok UMKM di Pacitan

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.Continue reading Break the common sense block to engage parents in Timor Leste schools