“Connecting World Greeneration for A Better Future”
Lombok is one of the Islands in West Nusa Tenggara Province, an island which becomes the world’s attraction because of its natural beauty and tourism destinations. Currently, Lombok has become one of the tourism gate-way of Indonesia besides Bali. The island, which is sided with the Bali island, appeals tourists by its incredible natural beauty ranging from mountains, waterfalls and also beaches. On last July, 2016, the number of tourist visited Lombok has increased for about 300%.
- Establish communication and network among World Youth Generation having passion in environmental sector.
- Develop sense of awareness and leadership to youth leaders from all around the world.
- Accommodate environmental issue sharing and cultural exchange for World Youth Leaders.
The education Value is one of the things that became a focus of this activity. through this activity it is expected that the participants were able to realize why the nature was very important to be guarded and get more attention. Educational value will be obtained by the participants not only through the seminar or workshop but from the direct experiences in the field, the participants going to join in tree planting and do youth discussions with others youth from different countries and expect that was a new ideas that are capable of being implemented in the country in which the participants are coming from.
LEADERSHIP & SOCIAL AWARENESS
Leadership and social care is an expensive value at this time. When the leadership becomes a trending topic at present, but is not aligned with the development of social care. Through these activities, in addition to train the soul of leadership, was later the participants will have community service with surrounding communities, so that is going to arise awareness of participants when looking at the activities of local residents.
CULTURE EXCHANGE & TOURISM PROMOTION
Cultural is the hallmark of ASEAN countries. Then when the youths had gathered, cultural exchange is the one thing that is mandatory to do. In this activity participants were later given a chance to showcase the culture of each Country. Not only the appearance of the culture, this activities is an open Forum to promote tourism destinations in their respective Countries.
“Connecting World Greeneration for A Better Future”
Event will be Hosted at Pantai Klui, Malaka, Pemenang, Kab. Lombok Utara, NTT. Indonesia
Day 1 : Saturday, 21st January 2017
Airport assistance is an assisting set-up from the committees for all participants. The assistance will be from Lombok International Airport (LIA) Central of Lombok to the main Venue of the event that located in North Lombok. Assistance means that some of the committee will standby in the airport to guide the participants.
Check in is a registration for the accommodation of participants. We will not stay in the hotel but we will use tend among the program.
Opening Ceremony and Ice Breaking Session
In this session the participants will gather in one place than the committees will give ice breaking games so that the atmosphere among the participants will be more conducive and dynamic.
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Rundown of First Day
Main Venue : Klui Beach, North Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara
09.00 – 15.00: Airport Assistance (The time from Airport to the main venue are about 90 minutes)
14.00 – 18.00: Registration and Participant Check-in
19.00 – 21.00: Opening Ceremony
19.00 – 19.10: Opening MC
19.10 – 19.15: Sasambo’s Traditional Songs Medley (Performed by Vocal Group)
19.15 – 19.20: Speech : Project Officer
19.20 – 19.25: Speech : The Local Government
19.25 – 19.30: Committee’s Introduction
19.30 – 20.00: Ice Breaking Games
20.00 – 20.45: Dinner
20.45 – 21.00: Clossing by MC and Vocal Group and Photo Session
Day 2 : Sunday, 22nd January 2017
Tourism Destination Challenge
In this session, participants will be invited to visit some of the famous tourism destinations that exist on the island of Lombok. Not just visit it, but participants also has several missions in this visit. they should to create a short video that intends to promote each destinations The Participants are invited to visit : – Banyumulek Village, the center of Lombok’s Handycraft; – The Traditional Village of Lombok, it called “Sade Village” in Central of Lombok;
Nature Discussion With West Nusa Tenggara Local Government and Environment Enthusiast
The morning session in the second days will be start with a discussion. In this session the committee already inviting a speaker from the board of Culture and Tourism of West Nusa Tenggara Province. The speaker will talking about the nature resource in Lombok especially about “Geopark Rinjani”. The second speaker are from special board of Tourism Promotion of West Nusa Tenggara Province. The speaker will talk about the largest topic of Tourism Destination in West Nusa Tenggara.
Group Discussion, Sharing and Networking
In this session the participants are divided into a small group with one Facilitator from the committee. It’s like ‘Focus Group Discussion”, the participants have a chance to discuss some problem that given by the committee and after that they should to presenting the result of the discussion.
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Rundown of Second Day (Nature Discussion and Workshop)
Day 3 : Monday, 23th January 2017
Gili Trawangan Island Challenge
It is will be an unforgettable moment because on this day all of the Participant will have an adventure by visiting the beautiful Island in Lombok, namely Gili Trawangan island. All of the participants will go by boat that provided by local committees and after the participants arrived at Gili Trawangan island there are some challenge that should finished by the participants. The First challenge is the participants should to Interview some International Tourists that visit Gili Trawangan island and asking why they want to visit that island and talking about the Strengths and Weakness of That island. And the second challenge is the participant should to taking an underwater view and collect the best photo to the committee.
Closing and awarding
the closing night. Where there will be an award for some criteria that have been determined by the Committee. In this closing night will also presented some entertainment such as: – Culture Performance; – Music Percussion; – Fireworks; – Band; – etc
After the closing ceremony, then it continued with a free time and enjoy the campfire.
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Rundown of Third Day (Gili Trawangan Island Challenge)
05.00 – 05.30: Stretching
05.30 – 08.30: Take a bath and Breakfast
08.30 – 09.00: Group meeting and preparation
09.00 – 09.45: On the way to Bangsal Harbour
09.45 – 10.00: Mobilization to the Boat
10.00 – 10.30: Go to Gili Trawangan Island by boat
10.30 – 13.00: First Challenge : Tourist Interview
13.00 – 14.00: Lunch and Praying Break
14.00 – 16.00: Second Challenge : Snorkeling and taking Underwater Photo
16.00 – 16.15: Mobilization to the boat
16.15 – 16.45: Return to Bangsal Harbour
16.45 – 17.30: Return to Camp Area
17.30 – 21.00: Closing and Awarding
YASMIN RASYID (MALAYSIA)
Marine Biologist by Profession, Environmentalist by Passion
FOUNDER/PRESIDENT, EcoKnights (www.ecoknights.org.my)
CHAIRPERSON, Malaysian Environmental NGOs (MENGO) (www.mengo.org)
CO-FOUNDER/DIRECTOR, PopTani Asia (www.poptani.asia)
Yasmin Rasyid is the 2013-2017 Chairperson for Malaysian Environmental NGOS (MENGO), a national coalition of 26 environmental and social NGOs in the country. In 2005, she founded EcoKnights (www.ecoknights.org.my), a not-for-profit environmental organization which focuses on environmental education and awareness, community empowerment and development, and environmental communication. Yasmin has also dabbled in the world of social entrepreneurship and is a co-founder of PopTani, an agriculture-based start-up which specializes in aquaponics.
As leading woman in environment, in 2015, Yasmin was honored as a finalist in the global Leadership Energy Awards organized by Maybank and was named as one of the Star’s People of the Year. In 2016, she was awarded the Best NGO Leader Award under the Golder Globe Tiger Awards for Excellence and as well awarded the Comfori’s Greenman Award.
Her main areas of passion are environmental education for youths and children and mobilization of communities towards sustainability. Yasmin is also specialized as a sustainability planner and consultant. She has presented and been invited to speak on many platforms on EcoKnights’ efforts and her experiences in running NGOs, social businesses, corporate social responsibility and also in youth and community empowerment. Some of her talks include TedX ISKL, TedX Sungai Segget, at the 14th Science Council of Asia (SCA) International Conference.
AISYAH ODIST (INDONESIA)
Lombok’s Queen of Recycling
FOUNDER Bank Sampah NTB Mandiri
AUTHOR of books titled “Mengelola Bank Sampah” and “Management dan Marketing Bank Sampah Kreatif”
She was a business woman, a tour guide, and even a music producer before finally settling down as the Queen of Recycling for Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia. Bank Sampah NTB Mandiri, established in 2012, is an enterprise that envisions to raise awareness from people that plastics are dangerous as trash especially that those trashes are easily found around us. Founded by Aisyah Odist and her two friends, they are determined to recycle those plastic rubbish and make it to something useful and even commercial. Now, the production has made more than 50 types of goods such as bags, wallets, dolls, crocks, decorations, and etc to be exported to many countries in which France, Australia, Germany, and Belgium have been the regular clients.
Her consistency in recycling has brought herself to write books entitled as “Mengelola Bank Sampah” and “Management dan Marketing Bank Sampah Kreatif” which both are aimed to share the ideas to other recyclers and to inspire others in solving problems of trash together. Aisyah Odist is also an active speaker and trainer to socio-preneurship topics and of course recycling. She has contributed to the training of 2000 people in recycling methods.
PARDI PAY (INDONESIA)
A Sociopreneur, Climate Change Fighter
CO-FOUNDER Youth for Climate Change Indonesia (YFCC)
INITIATOR of International Youth Forum on Climate Change and Sustainability Development (IYFCCSD) Kementerian Pemuda dan Olahraga Republik Indonesia
It was 2011 when Pardi Pay and other 10 friends established a youth community to collaborate and educate other people on environment and climate change issue. The community known as Youth for Climate Change Indonesia (YFCC) has been successfully connecting more than 1000 alumni in all over Indonesia and they are all ready to educate the people in their own communities about the climate change as well environmental issues.
As a passionate fighter of environment, he had received an award of Environmental Ambassador in his faculty back then in 2010 when he was a student of Water Source Management in Institut Pertanian Bogor and continued to achieve other awards in environmental field such as The 1st Place at National Championship of “Green Living n Youth Creativity” in 2011 and 2012. In 2015, he was also honored as Indonesian delegate to ASEAN Power Shift for Climate Change, United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA) in Singapore and as Indonesian Youth Team on Climate Change Friedrich Naumann Stiftung. He then initiated International Youth Forum on Climate Change and Sustainability Development (IYFCCSD) for Indonesia’s Ministry of Youth and Sports and became partner to Youth Time International Movement: Youth Global Forum 2016. For all his inspiring aspiration, he had been featured in a book of “The Power of Climacteric: 5 Tips Rahasia Menuju Generasi Muda yang Aktif, Prestatif dan Inspiratif” as one of Indonesian Inspiring Youths (published: 2016).
LAUREN SINGER (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
25 & Living Zero Waste life in NYC
PIONEER of Zero Waste movement
CREATOR of Trash is for Tossers (trashisfortossers.com) and Youtube Channel Trash is for Tossers (72.9K subscriber)
FOUNDER & CEO of thesimplyco., 3-ingredient organic, vegan laundry detergent
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An Environmental Studies graduate from NYU and former Sustainability Manager at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection, the amount of trash that she has produced over the past four years can fit inside of a 16 oz mason jar.
Through her blog, she has empowered millions of readers to produce less waste by shopping package free, making their own products, and refusing plastic and single use items.
Her work has been profiled by The New York Times, New York Magazine, MSNBC, NBC, AOL, CNN, Yahoo, Fox Busines s, BBC, and NPR amongst others.