10 Selected Local Innovatord Teams


The journey and selection process has been done by 15 Local Innovators Teams from the beginning of sending the Concept Note on March to the presentation and promotion of their innovations in the Pitching Demo Day session on August 30, 2021. After the proposal selection process reviewed by the Technical Reviewer Team, EXCOM ADRRN, and YEU and from the pitching session, here is the announcement of the 10 IDEAKSI Local Innovators Teams that passed to the next stage.


IDEAKSI: Inclusive Community Based Disaster Innovations


“Earthquakes are natural phenomena, but not all natural phenomena are disasters. Earthquakes are not deadly but collapsed buildings are what caused casualties and are then called disasters”,

said Dr. Raditya Jati, Plt. Deputy for System and Strategy of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) in the Innovation Workshop: Identification of Disaster Management Problems in Special Region of Yogyakarta organized by YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) with Elrha, Start Network, and ADRRN. This online workshop was held on the 15th anniversary of the Yogyakarta Earthquake (26/05/21) and the event began with a moment of silence to commemorate the Yogyakarta Earthquake incident.


IDEAKSI: Analysis of Research Findings and Development of Innovation Proposals

IDEAKSI Innovation Workshop was held on 29/06 & 30/06 attended by 15 local innovator groups with outcome to deepen the knowledge of local innovators in creating community-based inclusive innovations. In the Workshop entitled Analysis of Research Findings and Development of Innovation Proposals, representative from each group of local innovators presented their research findings in the field, learned about business models, building community-based innovation partnerships, innovation prototypes and inclusive design, as well as participating in mentoring sessions from mentors who are experts in the field according to the innovation theme planned by the group.


Story Behind IDEAKSI Program - IDEAKSI Program initiated and organized by YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) together with Elrha, Start Network, ADRRN has entered the second workshop, which is related to Knowledge Maps, Actor Maps and Research Planning. Before that, what was the real reason behind YEU organizing this Ideaksi Program? To dig deeper, through the WhatsApp connection last Wednesday (26/5), Debora Dian Utami, as the project manager of the Ideaksi Program, spoke about this.


IDEAKSI: Workshop on Inclusion, Knowledge Mapping and Actors


YAKKUM Emergency Unit's second IDEAKSI (ide inovasi aksi inklusi) Innovation Workshop  was held via online on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. The first session held by Ratna Susi, inclusion advisor in YEU's IDEAKSI team who delivered the Presentation on Humanitarian Inclusion Standards. Susi begins with a history of why this inclusion standard is needed. In 1994, there was a case of ethnic massacre or genocide in Rwanda, Central Africa, with about  800,000 people lost their lifes in that genocide. Many humanitarian aids came from around the world, but these aids actually worsened the situation in terms of handling the incident.