Dr. Musalkazim Ali
Based on my experience for more than 20 years in the field of Project Community Program Development for creating change is built on three pillars; Discover, Develop and Deliver. The discover stage involves identifying some of the most promising community and social issues within and around remote areas in Indonesia. This is done through our highly competitive and strict selection process where the subject of promising community and social issues have to articulate a need/challenge that they have identified in their community and a feasible solution to this pressing need for the project. At the core of the Discover process is also offering support and guidance to these uprising community/youth leaders to discover who they are as individuals. Through a self-leadership course on proactivity, emotional intelligence among other components of our unique course/training participants are able to ascertain what their passions are, their strengths and weaknesses, knowledge that ultimately prepares them to think about how they can make a contribution to the development and prosperity of their community. For the 9 years with my current company (PT.PAU) we had already done three programs ie. Youth Entrepreneurship Education, WASH and GESI. This year, eventhough in COVID-19 situation, we are working on building a strong network of successful professionals, leaders and entrepreneurs in Banggai District Central Sulawesi Indonesia that shall play a key role in developing the innate entrepreneurial potential of our participants. This goal is part of our plan to strengthen our mentorship program. Alongside our entrepreneurial leadership workshops, the mentorship program is a key feature of our develop stage that helps the uprising young entrepreneurs develop their passions into feasible ideas that tackle some of the most pressing challenges in their communities. Finally, the deliver stage involves launching projects or businesses that offer opportunities for the poor people/young entrepreneurs to further develop their leadership and entrepreneurial skills as well as create measurable impact in their communities through their projects.
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