Wahana Visi Indonesia
July 22, 2021 – September 30, 2021
This program aims to identify and map priority actors and programs on issues of urban development and quality of life of marginalized groups, particularly children, in Indonesia. In order to produce a solid urban landscape analysis, it is important to explore the intersection between socio-economic issues in the perspective of urban development and children. By extending the urbanization discourse beyond the interests of donor programs, the aim of this research is to gain insight, observe current trends and programs at each intersection, and map potential donors, including international donors, companies, philanthropic organizations, and governments, to fill gaps and/or empty space across sectors, especially in the Jakarta and Surabaya areas.
This program will be conducted through three methods, namely secondary data collection, qualitative methods, and quantitative methods. The three research methods will be used to achieve the research objectives.
The output of this program is:
- Full Market Scan Report;
- Tool Development and finalization for primary data collection;
- Transcripts/notes from primary data collection;
- Final report, including Market Scan, Trends and Deep Dives – triangulating findings secondary and primary data and validation workshops.
This program is supported by Wahana Visi Indonesia based on document No. 104/WVI-PROC/07/2021 dated July 22, 2020 with total funding support of Rp. 133.704.000,-