Come see the app our community have built for Merah Putih Hijau (MPH)!
MPH have teamed up with some of the Dojo community’s talented strategists, designers, and developers to go end-to-end in building a mobile app that has the potential to change waste management in Bali and beyond by serving as the digital backbone for these community-based initiatives at the village level. Come show your support and see some impactful tech as the engineering team takes version 1.0 of the app across the finish line following eight app iterations over the course of an uninterrupted 72 hours of development.
What People Will Learn:
- The collaboration that has taken place between the Dojo Community, MPH, and its members over the past several months
- Insight into the process of building the app end-to-end from inception to research to design to development
- How this app will help MPH in their daily operations in Perenenan and beyond
- How this app fits into a broader context and carries potential to serve as a waste management model in Indonesia
- Current issues with waste management, the role that we all play within it, and the decentralized waste management solutions being implemented in Bali
Waste management is an increasingly large problem at a global scale, but especially in the Asia-Pacific region. This is not just a Bali problem nor an Indonesia problem, it is an ‘us’ problem that must be addressed to ensure a more sustainable future for generations to come. The combination of consumption habits and lack of waste management infrastructure creates a big gap, and we contribute to this gap as nomads and travelers; we aren’t apart from it.
The initiative to bring the Dojo community together with MPH to build this software was first organized by Dojo cogiving, and since then it’s become an active engagement and acknowledgement of cogiving. Regardless of our length of stay on the island, how can we be here and contribute in a valuable way? How can nomads, travelers, and coworkers take a constructive stance to Bali’s wants and needs by recognizing our role within its modern landscape? We’ve had a dedicated team of people from all walks of life put on a collective effort in producing this digital layer to MPH’s waste management strategy.
We believe that this model of community engagement could something applied to other scenarios in Bali and beyond. So, come out and let’s engage!
#### Event Registration Instructions ####
This event is for free and open to public. Limited to 50 place. If you want to join this event, please register at the Dojo Front Desk or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org