Social Innovation Project

Blended with wide experience and understanding in social innovation and strong network in Indonesia impact community and the ecosystem, PLUS is in a prime position to be your partner to develop and execute programs that incorporate the best of social innovation and impact. The program will be tailored to the needs of your project agenda and infused with our industry knowledge.

Our Projects

Promotion of Rural Women Enterpreneurship (PRO-WOMEN) Program

With the support from Ford Foundation, PLUS and Yayasan Rumah Energi launched the PRO-WOMEN program as a form of our commitment to help realize the dreams of women entrepreneurs, while building a sustainable business climate in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.

The PRO-WOMEN program is a women's empowerment program in Lombok through business coaching, in the form of 2-3 days of training per month for 50 women entrepreneurs who have successfully passed the selection process.

Registration Period: 1 December 2018 - 9 January 2019
Announcement of Participants: End of January 2019

Requirements:
1. Women;
2. Having a business that has been running for more than 6 months (we prioritize businesses that have social or environmental impacts);
3. Businesses carried out in the following sectors: the Creative Economy and Sustainable Agriculture / Agriculture;
4. Able to commit to attend a 3-day workshop every month from April to September 2019.

To apply, go to: [link to be provided]

For more information, kindly contact Gabriella (gabriella@usahasosial.com/+6281519196820).

Good luck!

Co.Lab for Health Innovation with LINKAGES

The Co.Lab for Health Innovation is a collaborative idea generation event for social impact organized by PLUS and LINKAGES, a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions.

The Co.Lab included two events that included participants from the private sector (particularly social enterprises), civil society (CSOs) and from the LINKAGES team. These events were intended to be an initial effort to “test the waters” and demonstrate the potential for both collaboration and innovation for HIV testing. The immediate purpose was to generate ideas that have potential for the LINKAGES team to carry forward.