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Safe Schools Evaluation Webinars

The Government of Indonesia has been extensively implementing the Comprehensive School Safety (CSS) program since 2010, in collaboration with various stakeholders, including non-government agencies, private sector, and academia. Indonesia has issued a "Safe School Road Map" 2015-2019, establish the National Secretariat for Safe Schools, issued ministerial regulation and technical guidelines, and delivers a wide range of capacity building initiatives. To support the finalization of the medium strategic plan (RPJMN) 2020-2024 and UNICEF strategic planning, this study is commissioned to build evidence for moving forward and designing future strategy that aims to be effective, efficient, sustainable, and deliver the most impact. The objective of the CSS program are to:

  • Review the challenges, ongoing CSS implementation and its achievement.
  • Provide evidence on whether CSS strategies are effective and efficient in Indonesia, and to define the most relevant priority area(s) to focus on.
  • Provide strategic recommendations on how CSS program could be sustained and scaled up in Indonesia.

To accomplish these, the research team used a multi informant, mixed method sequential approach, focusing on four distinct samples: school personnel, DRR professionals within child-focused NGO's, government institutions, and children.

In the first stage, previous documentation related to safe school programs was collected, documented, and analysed through a desk study using scoping review method. The second stage, furthermore, assessed the situation regarding efforts toward establishing disaster resilient schools, particularly on people’s awareness, capacity building efforts, and DRR activities in schools. In this stage, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) was conducted at the national level for initial consultation focusing on the three pillars of CSS: safe learning facilities, school disaster management, and risk reduction and resilience education. Initial consultations with relevant stakeholders based on these three components help guide the research, particularly during field work to identify the key issues and perspective at the national level.

1st Pillar: Safe Learning Facilities

  • Identify and evaluate key questions focusing on challenges, effectiveness, opportunities related to standard of facilities and infrastructures.
  • Describe roles of national level organizations in providing safe educational facilities and infrastructures.
  • Identify disaster impact on education and school facilities.


  • Understand the disaster impacts on school infrastructure and the degree of preparedness in anticipating such a situation.

2nd Pillar: School Disaster Management

  • Analyse the process and risk management on the implementation of disaster-safe education.
  • Analyse the strategy and system to ensure that the Disaster Safe Education Unit Program can operate continuously.
  • Identify the prospects for the future development of the Disaster Safe Education Unit Program.


  • Through this collaborative discussion, all participants are expected to establish the coordination among central and regional governments to handle and manage the continuity of safe school programs.

3rd Pillar: Risk Reduction and Resilience Education

  • Analyse the challenges of the implementation on Disaster Safe Education Unit Program.
  • Identify the measure success of disaster education program.


  • Understand the implementation of SPAB program, concerning challenges and effectiveness.
  • Open up the discussion about the SPAB program among teachers, private and public sectors.

Time and Platform:
Tuesday, 23th June 2020 at 13:00 - 15:00 PM Western Time Indonesia (UTC+7)


June, 18th 2020
Pilar 1: Safe Learning Facilities (Fasilitas Sekolah Aman)


  • Dr. Rahma Hanifa & Dr. Avianto Amri 1.Iwan Suprijanto ( Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing)
  • Sri Wahyuningsi (Ministry of Education and Culture)
  • Iswandi Imran (TABG, PuSGEN, dan PPMB ITB)
  • I Gede Made Supartayasa (Sigi Region)
  • Utin Sutinah ( 21 Public Elementary School Klender Jakarta)
June, 19th 2020
Pilar 2: School Disaster Management (Manajemen Bencana di Sekolah)


  • Mr. Yusra Tebe & Dr. Avianto Amri
  • Mukhlis Mansur (Ministry of Education and Culture)
  • Zulkifly S.Ag, M.Si. (DirektorKSKK Madrasah Ditjen Pendidikan Islam Kemenag)
  • Mohd. Robi Amri (Ministry of Education and Culture Sub-Directorate for Standard Development ,Directorate General of Treasury Ministry)
  • Hadjar Barunawan (Teacher SMPN 17 Samarinda)
June, 23rd 2020
Pilar 3: Risk Reduction and Resilience Education (Pendidikan Pencegahan dan Pengurangan Risiko Bencana)


  • Dr. Jonatan Lassa & Dr. Avianto Amri
  • Dr.Praptono (Director of GTK Secondary Education and Special Education)
  • Lilis Siti Muttmainnah (BNPB Non-Structural Mitigation Sub-Directorate)
  • Ernaningtyastuti (Primary School Principal of Muhammadiyah Insan Kreatif Kembaran, Bantul)
  • Nurmala Nurdin (Disaster Education Expert/Alumni UCL)
  • Mita Anggaryani (Disaster Education Expert, UNESA)
*All subjects and speakers involved in this workshop may change at any time.

Last updated 22 February 2023

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