As a step towards realizing government programs in achieving the Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia, ITS has participated by developing various concepts, implemented methodologies, and various innovative researches to contribute to the SDGs program. Sustainable Development Goals contain 17 objectives with a total of 169 performance indicators where one field will affect other fields.
ITS participation in SDG in every field has been carried out from year to year by constantly increasing creativity, knowledge, technology, and financial support from various parties working together for common goals.
Several programs are run on ITS campus to introduce SDGs to students, namely Impactful Friday and Guest Lecture Series on SDGs.
In the 2020-2024 projection, ITS SDG Center focuses on the acceleration of SDG achievement in Eastern Indonesia.
Details about ITS initiative steps to implement the 17 goals of Sustainable Development Agenda can be seen at:
ITS also has several programs to support the application of Sustainable Development Goals in community.
EDA program aims to understand the current conditions (problems, challenges, opportunities) regarding the social and economic potential of the region.
ITS has been working with the Surabaya Government to develop creative industry-based educational tours in Dolly’s ex-localization.
The two examples of the implementation in villages around ITS are in Gebang Putih Village and Kejawan Putih Tambak Village. Several programs that have been implemented in the two villages including the provision and supply of clean, consumable water, senior-friendly garden for the elder citizen, murals-making, and economic empowerment starting from hydroponic cultivation to worm cultivation.
ITS SDG Center plans to revitalize the Area of Tanggulangin Bag, Shoe, and Luggage Center, which had declined due to the Lapindo mudflow accident. The purpose of this revitalization is make the better image of the central region IKM Tanggulangin, provides opportunities and promotes entrepreneurs from various sectors, employs local people, introducing local products on a national to the international scale, as well as one of tourist attractions in Sidoarjo.
SMART Village initiated to utilize information technology for rural communities to educate local people to implement higher quality public service programs. One of the villages that have implemented the SMART village concept from the ITS SDG Center is Selong Belanak Tourism Village, Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara Province. This village is known for its beautiful beaches, so it must develop to the maximum potential to attract local and foreign tourists.
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