Overview

About the MAMPU Program Closing

MAMPU is a partnership program designed for 8 years, and since 2012, MAMPU has supported civil society organisations and organisations interested in gender issues to form a coalition with the community, the executive, the legislature and the private sector to encourage evidence-based changes. This year marks the completion of MAMPU Program where many achievements and changes have been made at the community, regional, and national levels. These results have led to positive changes where women's capacity, voice and influence, and access to services have increased.

In connection with the completion of the MAMPU Program, the MAMPU Program Secretariat together with all national and regional partners plan to hold a program closing conference where the 8-year journey of the MAMPU Program is strategically designed and attractively packaged into a number of online and offline activities that will showcase and celebrate MAMPU key achievements linked with MAMPU's theory of change, as stated below:

  1. Improved Capacity and Readiness for collective action lays the foundation of MAMPU's contributions to women's empowerment and gender equality.
  2. Increased Voice and Influence by improving capacity and readiness which will contribute to more significant voice and influence, particularly on policy development and implementation.
  3. Increased Access to Essential Services resulting from the increased collective influence on policy development and implementation, which will certainly contribute to better access to services for poor women across Indonesia.

To achieve these goals, MAMPU conducted a series of activities, which began with a Talkshow Series "Sapa Perempuan MAMPU" that invited female members of the grassroots CSO that MAMPU Program and partners have worked with in enhancing gender equality and women's empowerment in various locations across Indonesia.

The MAMPU Program Closing Conference brings together agents of change in gender equality and women's empowerment from areas where MAMPU and partners have worked. They include Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), central and local governments, traditional and religious leaders, academic and research institutions, as well as grassroots women groups who will share their experiences, most significant change stories, lessons learned and achievements with the MAMPU Program during its eight years of operation in Indonesia.

The vast scale and scope of activities with the MAMPU Program partners over the past eight years has resulted in a variety of experiences, approaches, and achievement in thousands of women's groups and communities in 27 provinces. These achievements include helping to empower over 70,000 women through their involvement in more than 3,500 local groups across 27 provinces of Indonesia. As a joint initiative of the Government of Australia (DFAT- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) and the Government of Indonesia (BAPPENAS), MAMPU supports Indonesian government to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by building women's leadership and empowerment to improve their access to essential government services and programs. In total, MAMPU has worked with 13 organizations and more than 100 local partners in over 1,000 villages across Indonesia.




Objectives

The MAMPU 2020 Closing Conference aims to showcase and celebrate MAMPU's 8-year journey in gender equality and women's empowerment particularly in preparing and establishing partner networks, increasing their voice and influence on strategic policies, and opening up greater access to services for women, especially poor women and other vulnerable groups. 

The main objective above are achieved through seven specific objectives namely to: 

  1. Showcase MAMPU's 8-year journey with Partners by highlighting most significant change stories of individuals and groups from various themes and work areas of MAMPU .
  2. Present information and data on the achievements of the MAMPU Program based on MAMPU's Theory of Change, namely increasing the capacity and readiness, voice and influence, as well as women's access to services. 
  3. Deliver lessons learned from the unique approaches, methods, initiatives and breakthroughs of the MAMPU Program to stakeholders, public and the media. 
  4. Share recommendations to stakeholders on issues of gender equality and women's empowerment based on the results of a number of studies and researches that the MAMPU Program had conducted throughout its 8 years of implementation. 
  5. Celebrate the achievements of the MAMPU Program with Partners through reflection activities, sharing success stories, and recommendations on the roadmap for the gender equality movement and empowering Indonesian women in the future. 
  6. Inspire participants to formulate, endorse, or revise various policies and regulations that support the achievement of gender equality and women's empowerment. 
  7. Build positive relationships and strong synergies between civil society, members of the parliaments, and regional / national governments to work together to create a better life for the people of Indonesia, especially women.
Speakers & Moderators

Speakers & Moderators

Kenia Gusnaeni

Host

Journalist, News Producer & News Presenter RTV. Starting her career as a Public Relations Officer at Metro TV, with years of experience in many Indonesian TV stations.

Kania Sutisnawinata

Moderator

CEO of Medcom.id, Senior Journalist & Senior Presenter. Starting her career as a news anchor on Metro TV, she was later chosen to be the first co-anchor to accompany Dalton Tanonaka in the Indonesia Now TV program. She's currently Deputy Chief Editor of Metro TV.

Andini Effendi

Moderator

Journalist & Former News Anchor at Metro TV. In the course of her career Andini Effendi has received the Best Current Affairs award at the 2019 Asian Television Awards & the 2019 Elizabeth O'neil Journalism Award.

Rory Asyari

Moderator

Journalist & Former News Anchor at Metro TV, also an Entrepreneur. Rory worked as a communications and public relations consultant at FleishmanHillard Indonesia. Currently starting an independent business and becoming a public speaking trainer.

Azizah Hanum

Host

Journalist, singer, drummer & a news anchor at CNN Indonesia. Starting her career as a Creative Assistant / Producer at Trax FM Radio, a News Reporter for NET TV and Travel Presenter for KOMPAS TV. Currently, she hosts CNN Indonesia Tech News.

NonaRia

NonaRia is a jazz music group from Indonesia. This group which formed in 2012, consists of Nesia Ardi, Nanin Wardhani and Yasintha Pattiasina. The name \"NonaRia\" means \"cheerful ladies\". In 2018 Nonaria received the best Jazz Vocal Artist award at the Anugerah Musik Indonesia.

Bonita and The Hus Band

Bonita & The Hus Band is an Indonesian music group, with Bonita (vocals), Petrus Briyanto Adi or Adoy (guitar), Bharata Eli Gulo (drums), and Jimmy Boyke Lb Tobing (saxophone). Bonita and The Hus Band had two concerts, and an album.

GoI Representatives

I Gusti Ayu Bintang Darmawati, S.E, M.Si

Menteri Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak

Dr. Ir. Himawan Hariyoga Djojokusumo, MSc

Sekretaris Utama Kementerian PPN / Bappenas

Dr. Ir. Subandi Sardjoko, MSc

Deputi Bidang Pembangunan Manusia, Masyarakat, dan Kebudayaan Kementerian PPN / Bappenas

Woro Srihastuti Sulistyaningrum, ST, MIDS

Direktur Keluarga, Perempuan, Anak, Pemuda dan Olahraga Kementerian PPN / Bappenas

GoA Representatives

Allaster Cox

Chargé d’Affaires

Australian Embassy Jakarta

Aedan Whyatt

Counsellor for Poverty and Social Development, Australian DFAT

Kirsten Bishop

Minister Counsellor

Governance and Human Development, Australian Embassy

MAMPU Team Leaders

Elizabeth Elson

MAMPU Team Leader 2014-2016

Caroline Tupamahu

MAMPU Team Leader 2016-2017

Kate Shanahan

MAMPU Team Leader 2017-2020

MAMPU Partners Board of Directors

Nani Zulminarni

Director of PEKKA

Misiyah

Director of KAPAL Perempuan

Mike Verawati Tangka

Secretary-General of The Indonesian Women’s Coalition for Justice and Democracy

Amin Muftiyanah

Director of Yasanti

Rusdiana

Director of BITRA

Andriko Otang

Director of TURC

Wahyu Susilo

Director of Migrant CARE

Dina Lumbantobing

Coordinator of PERMAMPU Consortium

Nur Tri Hastuti

Coordinator of MAMPU – ‘Aisyiyah Program

Veni Siregar

FPL National Secretary

Yusran Laitupa

Director of BaKTI Foundation

Nanda Dwinta

Director of Women’s Health Foundation (YKP)

Lily Danes

Sekretaris Jenderal Komnas Perempuan

Pre

Pre-Event

  • Talkshow 01

    17 September 2020

  • Talkshow 02

    21 September 2020

  • Talkshow 03

    24 September 2020

  • Talkshow 04

    29 September 2020

Sapa Perempuan MAMPU Talk Show, held on September 17, 2020, is the first episode of the talk show series towards the end of MAMPU Program. This talk show highlighted the manifestation of gender equality and women empowerment. It featured Juliani, the Chairperson of the Regional Representative Council (DPD) of Home Worker Union (SPR Sejahtera), North Sumatera, who addressed how the homeworkers have grown understanding of their rights through the assistance and organizing activities provided by BITRA, one of MAMPU Program partners. Also in the talk show, Hasna, the Coordinator of Data Collection of PEKKA Union of Baubau, Southeast Sulawesi, described how women can have access to basic services such as personal documents and legal identity, among others.

The second episode of Sapa Perempuan MAMPU Talk Show, held on Monday,  September 21, 2020 invited grassroots women to share their journeys on the change to their individual and group capacity. Yeyet Imaniati, the Chairperson of Indonesian Homeworker Networks (JPRI) of Sukabumi District, West Java, explained how the capacity of homeworkers within her community has increased, enabling influence on policies. Following that, R. Endang Cicik Widayat, the Coordinator of Sekartaji Support Group (LRC-KJHAM) of Semarang, Central Java, shared her experience in assisting women to have access to support services for violence against women. Finally, Eni Fitriani from West Kalimantan, a cadre of Balai Sakinah ‘Aisyiyah of Sejegi Village, Mempawah District, recounted the process by which women have experienced changes to their capacity in taking actions ranging from managing the solid waste banks to improving health services for women.

Access to services and efforts to increase women’s capacity were the key discussion topics during the third episode of Sapa Perempuan MAMPU Talk Show. This online talk show, held on Thursday, September 24, 2020, had three speakers, Sunarti J, Nunik  Kristiana, and Jekonmina Maibang. Sunarti, the Secretary of the Balai Perempuan (Women’s Council) of Camba-Camba Village, Jeneponto District illustrated the condition of social service access in her community and elaborated how women in the village has  increased capacity and were able to voice their aspirations. Next, Nunik from Bunda Mandiri Union of Women Homeworkers of Bantul District, shared the stories of homeworkers in Bantul. She highlighted the way the homeworkers collectively stand up for their rights as workers. Lastly, access to health and nutrition services was discussed  by Jekomina Maibang, a member of Grassroots Women Leadership Forum. She narrated how the grassroots women in Dairi District, North Sumatera, could gain empowerment through a Credit Union, and increased their knowledge on reproductive health through One Stop Service & Learning Center.

This episode is the ultimate Sapa Perempuan MAMPU Talk Show, bringing together four women speakers. The virtual talk show held on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, featured Sarsina, the former Chairperson of Medulu Constituent Group, Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi, who discussed productive endeavors that contributed to women’s  empowerment. The second speaker, Ririn Kusuma Ari W., an activist of Desbumi (Village that Cares for Migrant Workers or Desa Peduli Buruh Migran) of Ambulu, Jember, East  Java, discussed how Migrant Care could empower the migrant workers and what  changes that the ‘remittance heroes’ wished to achieve. The following discussion around Sekolah Perempuan (Informal Women’s School) was addressed by Lilik Indrawati, the chairperson of Sekolah Perempuan of Gresik in East Java. She also discussed the issues of women’s empowerment in the economic and health sectors. The last but not least,  Sarah Lerry Mboeik, the Director of Women’s Initiative and Advocacy Development  (PIAR) of East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), highlighted the collaboration between PIAR and the  government in order to fulfill sexual and reproductive health rights.

Publication

Publication

Main Event

Main Event

  • Day 01

    8 Oktober 2020

  • Day 02

    9 Oktober 2020

  • Video

    List


Dialog Utama 1 Meningkatkan Kapasitas dan Kesiapan Organisasi Perempuan Akar Rumput

Kerja-kerja mitra di akar rumput membangun kapasitas komunitas perempuan menjadi bahasan utama dialog ini. Semua komunitas memiliki karakter yang berbeda. Sehingga mitra-mitra memilih pendekatan yang berbeda. Bagaimana cara para mitra berinisiatif memilih pendekatan atau metode untuk menyiapkan agar komunitas perempuan bisa berkelanjutan?

Ringkasan: Mitra KAPAL Perempuan mengupas tentang Sekolah Perempuan agar muncul pemimpin perempuan. PERMAMPU membahas Credit Union untuk mendorong perempuan berorganisasi. BITRA, akan berbagi pengalaman mengorganisir pekerja rumahan di Sumatera Utara. Yasanti juga akan mengulas kerja organisasi pekerja rumahan di Jawa Tengah.

Dialog Utama 2 Memperkuat Suara dan Pengaruh: Perempuan Mentransformasi Narasi Pemberdayaan

Kelompok perempuan memiliki suara dan aspirasi yang berbeda. Untuk itu, suara mereka perlu diperkuat agar didengar dan ditampung dalam kebijakan. Bagaimana narasi pemberdayaan ini bisa berkembang dalam pusaran para pemangku kebijakan?

Ringkasan: Mitra BAKTI bakal berbagi tentang keberhasilannya mempengaruhi kebijakan di daerah bersama dengan DPRD dan Dinas terkait. Komnas Perempuan akan membagi pengalamannya dalam mengadvokasi RUU-PKS. Migrant Care mengulas suara buruh migran dalam mengadvokasi UU Perlindungan Pekerja Migran. KPI akan membahas isu perubahan pasal dalam UU Perkawinan Anak. Sedangkan TURC akan berbagi pengalaman advokasi regulasi baik di tingkat kabupaten dan nasional

Dialog Utama 3 Meningkatkan Akses Perempuan terhadap Layanan Dasar

Ketimpangan antara hasil pembangunan dan aksesnya membuat perempuan tertinggal. Para mitra MAMPU membedah jalan agar para perempuan, terutama perempuan miskin, bisa menemukan akses untuk ikut menikmati hasil pembangunan. Bagaimana mereka membuka akses layanan dasar bagi para perempuan?

Ringkasan: Mitra Aisyiyah akan berbagi model dan keberhasilan mereka dalam mengakses pemeriksaan dan layanan Kesehatan. PEKKA bakal menjabarkan program Klik Pekka, yang membantu perempuan miskin dan keluarga mereka mengakses berbagai layanan dasar pemerintah. FPL akan mengulas pengalaman mengadvokasi korban kekerasan terhadap perempuan. YKP akan menjelaskan temuan mereka tentang layanan kesehatan dibutuhkan perempuan.




Pengalaman para mitra MAMPU dan komunitasnya bisa dikembangkan untuk mendapat metode dan pendekatan baru. Baik dalam kerja meningkatkan kapasitas, menggaungkan suara perempuan, hingga membuka akses layanan dasar.

Ringkasan: Para mitra MAMPU akan berbagi tentang kendala dan tantangan yang mereka temui selama kerja delapan tahun. Pengalaman kesempatan kerja kolaborasi multipihak juga menjadi catatan yang bisa menjadi bekal kerja pemberdayaan selanjutnya. Pada sesi ini, para mitra akan membeberkan pencapaian kerja mereka. Serta belajar dari tantangan dan kesempatan agar kerja pemberdayaan semakin berkelanjutan.


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