• Office

    Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Want to talk with us

    +62 21 7183187
  • Send me Email

    info@sosis.id

Who are the SOSIS chef?

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What is our Main Goal?

Developing Indonesian small islands village community prosperous economically, socially, whilst maintain sustainably protected environment, through ecotourism village and small island adaptation to climate change intervention.

What is our objective in each island?

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What is our activities?

  1. Coral reef and mengrove rehabilitation
  2. Develop Marine Ecotourism based on community
  3. Develop Monitoring protocol
  4. Capacity building for local community on waste management and recycling process at Harapan Island
  5. Capacity building for local women group in livelyhood
  6. Develop corals conservation communication and campaign tools for locals and public
  7. Support and enggage government policy (local and central) for the realization of sustainable use of small island biodiversity especially in Harapan Island Seribu Island District.
  8. Volunteer involvement program on SOSIS program volunteerism activity
  9. Document and sharing of coral reef rehabilitation and marine ecotourism based on community programs for all relevant stakeholders and public.

Pilot Project Area

Pulau Harapan, Kepulauan Seribu , DKI Jakarta

Harapan Island under the Harapan villages government, consists of two islands, namely Harapan Island and Kelapa Island. Both islands are connected by sandbank and roads. Residents of Harapan Island is moving from an increasingly crowded Kelapa Island population, formerly called the “island of throwing” that describes migration of Kelapa Island to Harapan Island (displacement, throwing). The naming of the island was changed in 1960 to Harapan Island (Hope) to provide good future to the people.

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What is our objective in each island?

  1. Ecological Objectives
    1. Coral and Mangrove Rehabilitation
      1. Artificial Reef Instalation and Coral Transplantation
      2. Mangrove Planting
      3. Coral Reef and Mangrove rehabilitation Monitoring Program (Corals and Fishes) involving volunteer
    2. Waste Management
      1. Campaign Waste awareness to Visitor and local people
      2. Development role and tools to minimize plastic to visitors and local people
      3. Capacity building of local partners (rental boat owner) to waste management in boat.
      4. Volunteer involvement in social and economy development program
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  2. Sosial and Economic Objectives
    1. Marine Ecoturism Programs
      1. Capacity Building for young fishermen in Marine Tourism Activity
      2. Development of Coral and Mangrove Adoption programs for visitors
      3. Development of protocol and save - friendly marine tourism activity running by locals
      4. Initiation of corals reef rehabilitation area for new marine conservation and marine tourism managed by locals.
    2. House Vegetables Gardening
      1. Capacity building for women group to build family gardens using compost from managed waste
      2. Capacity building for women group in finance family planning and health
      3. Development of local economy opportunity based on waste recyle product.
      4. Volunteer involvement (KEHATI Biodiversity Warriors) in family development program.
  3. Awareness Objectives
    1. Environmental/Ecological Awareness
      1. Coral Days Festival for environmental awareness to society
      2. Development of program information based on web and social media channels and other forms of media
      3. Island waste management and awareness program to local people and visitors
      4. Volunteer involvement in environmental campaign programs (corals, mangrove and waste)
    2. Awareness and Education Programs
      1. Increasing school communities awareness on environmental issue
      2. Development ofsmall island biodiversity based learning process at school
      3. Capacity building for school principals and teachers on small island ecosystem in education practices at school
      4. Increasing local school communities participation on environmental stewardship