Indonesia

Indonesia ADOC Centers

From 2006 to 2013 June, 13 ADOC Centers have been established in Indonesia and over 61,890 people have received training. These centers focus mainly on trainers’ training, women and children’s ICT skills, and strengthen local SMEs’ e-commerce abilities.

INIXINDO (2006)

INIXINDO is an ADOC Partner Office & DOC which was established in 2006.
ADOC partner website:http://www.inixindo.co.id/

FTII, Bandung (2006)       

FTII, Bandung is a Tele-Center which was established in 2006. In 2006, ADOC established its Partner Office and Digital Opportunity Center at the Indonesia’s Indonesia Information Technology Federation (FTII) and the Tele-Centers in the Bandung City and Yogyakarta Province. Based on this successful experience, ADOC opened an e-Commerce Center the following year in SPC Building.
ADOC partner website:http://www.ftii.or.id/

FTII, Yogykarta (2006)

FTII, Yogykarta is an Tele-Center which was established in 2006. In 2006, ADOC  established its Partner Office and Digital Opportunity Center at the Indonesia’s Indonesia  Information Technology Federation (FTII) and the Tele-Centers in the Bandung City and Yogyakarta Province. Based on this successful experience, ADOC opened an e-Commerce Center the following year in SPC Building.
ADOC partner website:http://www.ftii.or.id/

Ministry of SMEs (2007)

SME is an e-Commerce Center which was established in 2007. SMEs stands for Small and medium enterprises in Indonesia. The major mission of SMEs is to help the development of small and medium enterprises in Indonesia, to prove the marketing ability of them. The e-commerce center is located in the building of SPC. There are now 16 personal computers and projectors.
ADOC partner website:http://www.indonesian-products.biz/masuk.php?subpage=about

Hati Suci Foundation (2008)

Hati Suci is an e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2008. APEC Digital  Opportunity Centers (ADOC) successfully established two more e-Learning Digital Centers at Sincere Heart Orphanage (Yayasan Hati Suci/Panti Asuhan Hati Suci) for children’s group, and at the SME Mall (MAL UKM) of the Government of Jakarta Special Capital Region for women’s group on 2008 May 22 and 23 respectively. The two ADOC e-Learning Digital Centers were handed over as donations by ADOC Secretariat, represented by Deputy General Secretary Dr. Yi-Yuan Yueh, to Indonesia Information Technology Federation (FTII), represented by Chairman Mr. Teddy Sukardi during the opening ceremonies. Over 200 people, including officials from Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of Jakarta Special Capital Region, representatives from education community, SMEs attended these two events. Some female entrepreneurs and students were also present. The two new centers are equipped with the state-of-the-art training facilities, including 15 PCs, modem for internet connection, projector, fax machine, scanner and printer. The ADOC team aims to train over 300 persons in its first year of operation.
ADOC partner website:http://www.hatisuci.org/

FTII, Jarkarta (2008)

FTII is an e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2008 The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) is opening two e-Learning Centers in Jakarta Province on May 22nd and 23rd 2008. These centers are the fruits of the cooperative effort between the Indonesia’s Indonesia Information Technology Federation (FTII) and the ADOC Secretariat of Chinese Taipei.

In 2006, ADOC established its Partner Office and Digital Opportunity Center at the Indonesia’s Indonesia Information Technology Federation (FTII) and the Tele-Centers in the Bandung City and Yogyakarta Province. Based on this successful experience, ADOC opened an e-Commerce Center the following year in SPC Building. The new e-Learning Centers in 2008 will be ADOC’s fifth and sixth centers in Indonesia.
ADOC partner website:http://www.ftii.or.id/ 

Kampus Diakonia Mocem(KDM) (2009)

KDM is an ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2009. KDM is a non-profit organization, providing education and shelter to Indonesian children who used to live on the streets, at train railroads or bus stations.

Vision statement:

  1. Every child deserves to get proper environment to grow up
  2. Every child deserves to get proper education
  3. Every child is unique & precious
  4. Every child has talents and potential

Mission statement:

To facilitate a brighter future for street children.

Sekolah Cinta Kasih Tzu Chi (2010)

The Sekolah Cinta Kasih Tzu Chi is an ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2010. To extend further of this cooperation accomplishment, the ADOC Secretariat Office at III and ADOC 2.0 private industrial member – Asus Culture and Education Foundation collaborate to donate 64 Multimedia touch screen PCs, and 32 multifunctional Notebook PCs this year to establish 3 Digital Opportunity Centers and 2 Digital Operation Centers.  The signing ceremony of equipment donation and the cooperation contract is going to be signed separately in Jakarta Tzuchi Compassion Village on November 30, 2010, and Aceh Syiah Kuala University on December 2nd.
ADOC partner website:http://sekolahtzuchi.com/scktc/

Nurul Iman (2010)

ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center.
ADOC partner website:http://www.nuruliman.or.id/

Syiah Kuala University (2010)

Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Samsul Rizal, M.Eng, receives donation laptops from Ms. Diana Hai-Yen Tsai, a Managing Director of ADOC Secretariat, Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan, during ADOC 2.0 Contract Signing and Donation Ceremony, at Syiah Kuala Universityon December 2, 2010.

UNSYIAH-ADOC e-Learning Center is located at the 3rd floor of the UNSYIAH-TAIWAN ICT Center. The center occupies one of the rooms with a space of size approximately 6 x 12 m. UNSYIAH-ADOC e-Learning Center is part of ADOC 2.0 (APEC Digital Opportunity Center) Project that aims to bridge the digital divide in Aceh by facilitating local Information Communication Technology (ICT) capacity building. The Center provide ICT training programs and related activities for trainees such as SMEs, women, children and disadvantaged groups.
ADOC partner website:http://www.adoc.unsyiah.ac.id/

Orangutan Information Center (2010)

OIC is an ADOC 2.0 e-Learning Digital Center which was established in 2010. OIC is dedicated to the conservation of Sumatran orangutans and their habitat. We promote public awareness of the plight and the value of this critically endangered species and its unique habitat through grassroots educational programmes and empower local communities living near the last remaining orangutan habitat to work towards a more sustainable future for their forests.

The OIC has established wide links with both government and non-governmental organizations including the Sumatran Orangutan Society, Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP), USAID Orangutan Conservation Services Program, UNESCO, Conservation International (CI), Fauna and Flora International (FFI), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the North Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Office (BKSDA), Bapedalda (Environmental Impact Assessment Agency of Indonesia), FK3LI (Indonesian Conservation Cadre), the Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Education in Langkat and Deli Serdang, and the Gunung Leuser National Park Office.
ADOC partner website:http://adoc.orangutancentre.org/

University of National Development “Veteran” Jakarta (2011)

UPN is an APEC Digital Opportunity Center which was established in 2011. Sponsored by Chinese Taipei, the second stage of APEC Digital Opportunity Centers (ADOC 2.0) established an APEC Digital Opportunity Center at University of National Development “Veteran” Jakarta (UPN).  The opening ceremony was held on May 14, 2011.

The center is equipped with the state-of-the-art training facilities, including 21 notebooks, modem for internet connection, projector, fax machine, scanner, digital camera and printer.
ADOC partner website:http://www.upnvj.ac.id/

Field Indonesia Foundation (2011)

Field is an APEC Digital Opportunity Center which was established in 2011.

The APEC Digital Opportunity Center was handed over as a donation by ADOC Secretariat, represented by Mr. Jose Cheng, Project Manager of ADOC Secretariat, to Field Indonesia Foundation, represented by Executive Director Mr. Nugroho Wienarto.

The center is equipped with the state-of-the-art training facilities, including 21 notebooks, modem for internet connection, projector, fax machine, scanner, digital camera and printer.
ADOC partner website:http://www.field-indonesia.org/