LeadGal emerged as a research-based community initiative that provides a structured training and development program to empower adolescent girls of Indonesia.
Powered by Anggraeni and Partners, we will bring exposure to the legal landscape through networking possibilities with members of the legal world. Our vision is to build a community with confident girls driven to participate in decision-making in critical matters globally, making significant impacts on the legal landscape and for society’s greater good.
Our mission is to empower adolescent girls (aged 10-19) of Indonesia by enhancing individual capacities through life skills training that will foster confidence, resilience and collaboration.
We are motivated by national and global efforts that call for particular attention to young people, education and gender equality.
Our commitment follows that of the United Nations Youth Strategy 2030, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), specifically (4) Quality Education and (5) Gender Equality.
This program is also linear with the Indonesian government’s vision to strengthen character education, as stated in Presidential Regulation 87 of 2017 concerning Strengthening Character Education (Perpres 87/2017) and the Strategic Plan (Renstra) of the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) for 2020-2024.
Our Kick-Off Programme was a pilot session held on July 23, 2022. As an organization that aims to equip adolescents with the necessary tools to enhance individual capacities and prepare them for future success, it is imperative that our program facilitators have the right set of knowledge, skills, and abilities to do so. To that end, the LeadGal Core Team have participated in a couple of training and development sessions led by Mr. Hary Elias.
TRAINING FOR TRAINERS
The Training for Trainers sessions are intended to establish a pool of qualified and competent master facilitators who can pass on the training to future volunteer facilitators. The main objective of the training is to prime facilitators with the tools needed to create an overall conducive teaching and learning environment.
Such tools include but are not limited to:
Other outcomes of the training includes: mastery in delivering active-learning strategies, identification of gaps and problems in teaching and learning materials, and collectively creating solutions to the gaps and problems.
22nd July 2022 – Dry Run
Following two Training for Trainers sessions, a dry run rehearsal was conducted to finalize all facilitating procedures from beginning to the end. The three meetings proved to be useful, as reflected in the success of the Kick-Off Programme.