Join us on a impact visit to Bali’s Social Purpose Organizations (SPOs) on 14 February 2020 to get first hand experience on the work of selected SPOs focusing on impact areas in gender empowerment, education and livelihoods, and climate change.
Social Investors and resource providers who are exploring collaborative opportunities in these areas are highly encouraged to sign up.
Registration for impact visits has closed. Subsequent sign ups will be placed on the waiting list.
See below for details and options.
- Puspadi Bali & Annika Linden Center
- 9 am to 2 pm
- Java Mountain Coffee
- 8.30 am to 5 pm
Option #1: Annika Linden Center (Puspadi Bali, Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan, and D’network)
Transport will be provided and departing from Conrad Bali at 9:00 am
Duration: approx 4 hours
Group size: 20 pax
Annika Linden Center
The Annika Linden Centre (ALC) is home to the first-of-its-kind Incubator for Impact, applying basic investment incubator principles to high potential social sector leaders to maximize impact. Their sector specialties include disability, health, and education, especially for women and youth. For this impact visit, we will be visiting 3 ALC supported Social Purpose Organizations (SPOs) – Puspadi Bali , Yayasan Peduli Kemanusiaan (YPK), and D’network.
ALC serves as a one stop shop services for person with disabilities in Bali offering a holistic concept to help people with disabilities. While Puspadi Bali specializes in providing quality mobility aids, YPK Bali provides rehabilitation, therapy and education services for the underserved. With this support. people with disabilities are better able to be connected to job by DNetwork, a platform that connects job seekers with physical disabilities to employers while offering professional services to create a more inclusive workplace.
Delegates will be taken on a guided visit around the Center to learn about Puspadi Bali and YKP’s holistic programs in rehabilitation, skills training, and the operation of its prosthetics & orthotics workshop. Hear first hand from beneficiaries and employees of the SPOs on how the program has transformed their livelihoods and restored the dignity of people with disabilities across Bali and East Indonesia.
Option #2: Java Mountain Coffee
Transport will be provided and departing from Conrad Bali at 8:00 am
Duration: approx 9 hours (including lunch break at own cost)
Group size: 10 pax
Java Mountain Coffee
Java Mountain coffee is a social enterprise that empowers indigenous women coffee farmers while providing sustainable coffee products for the hospitality industry.
If you’re a hospitality industry player working with sustainable solutions, or an investor with a strong gender and climate lens, we strongly encourage you to join this experiential visit! This full day experience includes a guided journey through the beautiful coffee farms of Batu Karu Mountain (Bali’s 2nd highest mountain) along with a visit to the neighboring village where you will learn how sustainable coffee beans are grown and processed by the all-women cooperatives. Hear from the Java Mountain Coffee team as they share how they provide sustainable economic opportunities for rural women communities while working closely with hotels and restaurants to promote biodegradable coffee capsules.
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