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RCE East Kalimantan-2010-2010

RCE East Kalimantan-2010

1. Continent: 
Asia-Pacific
2. Country: 
Indonesia
3. Location
Latitude: 
86.0311°S
Longitude: 
66.0938°E
4. Address: 
Jalan Moh. Yamin No 22 (Tsamara) Samarinda, Kalimantan Timur 75123 Indonesia
6. Contact Details
Name of Contact Person(s): 
Eko Zuhri Ernada
Telephone: 
+62 (0541) 7101926
+6281347682126
Fax: 
+62 (0541) 203576
7. Dissemination references : 
Activities of the RCE.
8. Date of Acknowledgment : 
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
9. Initial motivation for the establishment of your RCE : 
Building partnership, and capacity building on the concept RCE and ESD with all elements of community who currently actively engage or concern to the issues of sustainable development. Establishing an international learning space for local citizen or, vice-versa international community, could learn the experience on implementing education for sustainable development.
10. Vision of your RCE : 
The main vision of RCE ESD East Kalimantan is to establish an international networking in the area of education for sustainable development, which enables all elements of community in East Kalimantan, can learn issues of sustainable development from global network. RCE ESD East Kalimantan will become a regional forum for those who currently interested and striving for sustainable development in the region. Therefore, it will also become catalyst in strengthening international partnership in the area of education for sustainable development.
11. Shift of focus : 
no
12. Which organization hosts the secretariat of your RCE?
Name of Organization: 
Provincial Government of East Kalimantan, University of Mulawarman and Borneo Institute for International Studies (BIIS)
Type of Organization (select from the drop down menu): 
Multi-Stakeholder Entity
13. Short description of your RCE : 
learning for practicing sustainable development
14. Added value of your RCE
Transformational Leadership
Sub Type: 
Shared Vision
Innovation_Netwok
Sub Type: 
Creating new ideas for SD
Strong trust between partners
Decision Influencing Network
Sub Type: 
Common strategies
ESD & Learning
Sub Type: 
ESD projects
Transdisciplinary Research
Sub Type: 
Addressing society research needs
Mutual learning between science and Society
15. Main issues of your RCE
Sustainability / Sustainable Development issues
Details: 
teacher training, curricula reform, and policy reform
Capacity development / ESD issues
Details: 
Funding
Other
Details: 
Waste management, environmental degradation, post mining area
16. Flagship projects of your RCE
Project name: 
Kaltim Zoo
Status: 
On Going
Short description Describe in 2-3 sentences: 
Building modern zoo as place for research, education, conservation and recreation
Keywords Max. of 5 key words, please separate with a semicolon ";" : 
Zoo; conservation; theme park
Contact for further information (name and e-mail) : 
dwinh16260@yahoo.com.au
Project name: 
Home Reading Program
Status: 
On Going
Short description: 
Developing reading habit among students
Keywords Max. of 5 key words: 
reading, habit, parent participations, school
Contact for further: 
Ida Farida
idafarida.sabran@gmail.com
Status: 
In Planning
Keywords Max. of 5 key words: 
teacvher; raining
17. Main results and achievements
a) Advance towards objectives: : 
The objective generally can be achieved.
c) Contributions to reforms and innovations: 
There has been impact on government policy regarding sustainable development
d) Unexpected results : 
Funding problem
18. Objectives of the year (please add your objectives year by year (2010, 2011,): 
by 2012 finalising Kaltim Zoo, a modern zoo that can be used as a centre for learning, conservation, research and recreation.
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Type: 
Project Reports
Region: 
Asia-Pacific

RCE East Kalimantan-2010-2010

RCE East Kalimantan-2010

1. Leadership, Vision and Objectives
1. Vision of your RCE: 
The main vision of RCE ESD East Kalimantan is to establish an international networking in the area of education for sustainable development, which enables all elements of community in East Kalimantan, can learn issues of sustainable development from global network. RCE ESD East Kalimantan will become a regional forum for those who currently interested and striving for sustainable development in the region. Therefore, it will also become catalyst in strengthening international partnership in the area of education for sustainable development.
2. Leadership structure
a. Administration: 
2
b. Transactional : 
4
c. Transformational : 
5
2. Social Network
3. Core partners: 
Mulawarman University, Samarinda,
Polytechnic Samarinda,
Research and University outreach, State Islamic University Samarinda,
The Government of East Kalimantan Province,
Local Parliament of East Kalimantan (DPRD Kaltim),
Borneo Institute of International Studies (NGOs),
Kaltim Prima Coal (industrial sector),
Pupuk Kaltim, Bontang (Industrial sector),
Yayasan Sekolah Menengah Atas /SMA Melati (High School),
Yayasan Sekolah Dasar/SD Bunga Bangsa (Primary School),
Yayasan Pendidikan Muhammadiyah (Primary School),
Fatayat Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) Kaltim, (NGO/s Religious Organization),
Yayasan Pendidikan NU Ma’arif, (Educational Institution of NU)
Jaring Pendidikan Lingkungan (NGOs)
4. Cooperation and communication : 
the cooperation and comunication between the partner of works within RCE East Kalimantan baesd on project activitiies, however in certain condition RCE East Kalimantan held meeting.
5. Facilitating development
Connections / Partnership with
UN institutions
yes/no: 
No
Other international organizations
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
SEAMEO
Other RCEs
yes/no: 
No
International experts
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
Prof Tabucanon
Expert organizations at national, regional and global levels
yes/no: 
No
6. Social network
a. Information network (exchanging information, e.g. building up a database for SD projects): 
4
b. Knowledge network (creating knowledge by collaboration, e.g. finding synergies between partners by experience exchange): 
5
c. Innovation network (creating innovation by co-creation and shared vision,e.g. investigating new solutions for challenges by f: 
6
3. Participation
7. Participation of actors : 
Rector of University of Mulawarman
Higher education in East Kalimantan
Governour & Vice Governour
City major/municipal
member of parliamnet
bussiness leader
Religious leaders
local, national and multinational companies
Schools
8. Participation opportunities
a.Informational participation (people get informed about decisions and actions): 
4
b.Consultation participation (people are asked about their needs and opinions): 
5
c.Decision influencing participation (people are involved in decision making processes): 
3
4. Education & Learning
9. Educational activities : 
Teacher training
training or workshop on thematic theme
Public lectures, seminar, workshop and discussion
Connections / Partnership with
a. Access to quality basic education
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
Assistuing developing relevant curriculum
b. Training for different sectors of the society
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
tarining on environemntal issue, enterpreunership training for youths.
c. Public awareness
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
Public Lecture on ESD
d. Reorientation of existing education
yes/no: 
Yes
If yes, give examples: 
Teacher training and curriculum development
12. Educational activities
a. Theory (communicating of ESD principles, strategies, examples): 
4
b. Discussion (knowledge exchange and mutual learning on ESD): 
5
c. Interactive & Multidimensional (Action oriented learning, e.g. workshops, intergenerational, interdisciplinary,…) : 
3
5. Research Integration
13. Research & Development (R&D): 
Carry out colaboration researc on thematic issue.
carry out independent research on thematic issue
14. Research partners : 
Higher University
R & D of industries
R & D of Government body
NGOs
Religious Organisation
15. Description of research
a. Disciplinary (focusing on one discipline of research, e.g. social aspects) : 
3
b. Interdisciplinary (taking interrelations between disciplines into account, e.g. economic effects on the environment and peopl: 
3
c. Transdisciplinary (involving affected people into your research activities, e.g. interviews with affected people): 
3
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Continent: 
Asia-Pacific
Country: 
Indonesia
Region: 
Asia-Pacific
Type: 
Project Reports
Kaltim Zoo

RCE East Kalimantan-2010

1. Aim: What was the aim of your evaluation? : 
to measure the achievements
2. Time: When was your evaluation undertaken? : 
mid year
3. Participants & role: Who participated in evaluation and what was their role? : 
stake holders and executive committe
4. Method for getting information: How did you obtain information necessary for evaluation? : 
based on projects
5. Findings: What are the main findings of your self-evaluation? : 
Funding is the main obstacles, as well as coordination among stakeholders is hardly achieved due to the distance.
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