Centre for Community Development Studies (PUSPEM)

1. Identification for community basic potential in Indonesia 2. Helping the effort of empowering communities and increasing self-help activities through skill development in the technology, economic and management sectors 3. Supporting the effort of democracy and open-mindedness as conditions for creativity development, equal rights and opportunity 4. Avocation activities for people
Nov 2, 2009

Movement to plant trees “One Man One Tree”

Movement to plant trees “One Man One Tree”

Climate change is affecting our earth is a big issue for the survival of all living beings on this earth, One way to address climate change impacts on this earth is to plant as many trees as possible. Million tree planting program was created to plant trees as much as possible. Various disasters that occur on Earth is one of the causes for climate change.

Therefore next PUSPEM program is to support government efforts to plant trees "one man one tree". In this program there are 3 things we would do; 1. PUSPEM will help the Indonesian government to disseminate information about the program "one man one tree" to the community. 2. Provide fruit tree seedlings 1 to 1 homes for planting in front of the house or planted anywhere. 3. Tree growers do as much as possible in a barren location or locations suitable for the planted trees.

For that we expect all parties to continue to provide support for this program can continue and our goal to plant one million trees could be realized.

Your sincerely, PUSPEM Foundation

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Oct 29, 2009

Progress report “Education for 100 Banda Aceh Orphans”.

Progress report “Education for 100 Banda Aceh Orphans”.

Program Education for 100 Banda Aceh Orphans are Extracurricular educational programs for children of tsunami victims in Bakoy village, Aceh Besar, Aceh. At this time, this program provides learning materials to read the Qur’an, learn English language and tutoring. Participants in this program are orphans children and another children are also of tsunami victims.

The needs of today in this project, among others; 1) Additional nutrition for children 2) Help the school facilities 3) Salaries of teachers / volunteers who devote themselves in this program. 4) Scholarships for children orphaned.

We hope to donors to continue to provide assistance so this program can continue work.


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Oct 29, 2009

Project update Trees Cultivation to lessen impact Global Warming

Project update Trees Cultivation to lessen impact Global Warming

Global warming hit the earth one more factor for the forest destroyed by humans. This tree-planting program designed to re-green the forest by planting trees as much as possible because it can withstand the heat of the earth due to the effects of global warming.

Constraints we found in the location of the target program is some forest areas have become community property, this location is then used as productive land as plantations and paddy fields. In addition some of these locations are sold to companies and then used as a location for housing. This in turn affects the felling huge trees to later become housing estates or locations. But the efforts we have done is to provide information not to be too damaging forests and attention and provide space for planting locations. In addition to the above constraints, other constraints are the budget constraints in this program so that no more trees can be planted.

We hope is to GlobalGiving and donors is to continue to provide funding support so that our goal to plant one million trees buffer materialize

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