Media Coverage in Dissemination of DGI 2020 in Indonesia
The results of the Doing Good Index (DGI 2020) have been presented through a webinar conducted by CCPHI on September 7, 2020. The following is coverage from online media regarding the event:
1. Analysisdaily.com – “Ruth Shapiro: Cooperation to Overcome Poverty”
In explaining the results of the Doing Good Index (DGI2020) Survey or the Index of Good Deeds conducted by The Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society for a virtual survey, Dr. Ruth Shapiro, CEO of CAPS said that “Asia has one-third of the world's wealth, but two-thirds of it belongs to the category of the world's poorest countries.” He continued, he said that now is an opportunity to use existing wealth to alleviate poverty, protect the environment, and promote community resilience.
For the full article read: https://analisadaily.com/news/...
2. Lensutama.com – “Efforts to Find a Way Forward Post-Covid-19 Through the Doing Good Index”
The findings of the DGI2020 make it clear that governments, donors and the social sector must work together, more than ever, to build a stronger, more prosperous and fairer Asia as we tackle the economic crisis associated with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Faced with a stagnant or declining economy, governments in Asia find it difficult to keep pace with the growing needs of their people. In this context, the social sector, supported by funding from businesses and individuals, is becoming more important in the provision of vital social services.
For the full article read: https://lensautama.com/berita-... Depan-pasca-covid-19-via-doing-good-index/?fbclid=IwAR0P8Qmr5RQhYv3we4XhcavuXgoA0L44R- _Xdkm5orIZdjJdQyVpXoPHGuU
3. Sinarharapan.id – “Doing Good Index Exposes the Way Forward Post-Covid-19 in Indonesia”
The second Doing Good Index (DGI2020) survey conducted by The Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS) reveals the vital role of the social sector, and how the contributions of Asian countries may help or hinder the social sector.
In collaboration with CCPHI, this study identifies opportunities for the Indonesian government to do more for the community, as well as how donations made by the private sector/companies can play a role in meeting community needs.
For the full article, read: http://sinarharapan.id/doing-g... Depan-pasca-covid-19-di-indonesia/?fbclid=IwAR0h3KOwyYGESU4FM-_WeKAWyUvk7aYHWxL3Hh05vL1CvY365H-MNqTIm14
4. Fimela.com – “During the Corona Virus Pandemic, Indonesia's Records Do Good in DGI 2020”
The Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society conducts an annual survey to compile the Doing Good Index. The Doing Good Index 2020 (DGI 2020) reveals the important role of the social sector and how the contribution of Asian countries may help or hinder the social sector.
DGI 2020 was conducted to provide an overview of policies and practices that enhance charity and encourage the social sector to be more developed and effective. This index also helps philanthropists, governments, researchers, to non-governmental organizations and even the community themselves to understand what needs to be done to increase philanthropy in their country.
For the full article, read: https://www.fimela.com/lifesty... -MNqTIm14
5. Liputan 6.com – “The majority of Indonesians are considered irrational in donating, what are the causes?”
In a survey conducted by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) World Giving Index 2018, Indonesians ranked first as the most generous in the world. In fact, many Indonesians are moved to help, and even tend to be spontaneous, when they encounter those in need, especially during disasters. However, the attitude of Indonesians when giving or donating is not accompanied by logic.
This opinion was expressed by the Head of the 2020 Dompet Dhuafa Sacrificial Animal Distribution Program, Zainal Abidin Sidik. "Indonesian people like to help, but often helping them is irrational. (For the sake of giving people) they dare to empty their accounts, even sell their houses," he said in the 2020 Doing Good Index Webinar, Monday (7/9/2020).
For the full article, read: https://www.liputan6.com/lifes...
6. Kumparan.com – "Indonesians Like to Do Good, Equal to China and India"
Indonesia is again included in the 2020 Doing Good Index (DGI) survey or the Doing Good Index by The Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS).
DGI is a research conducted in 18 countries in Asia to examine the supporting factors for individuals or institutions to do good through philanthropic activities and investments that have a social impact.
The results of the study show that Indonesia's status and ranking in the 2020 DGI has increased from not doing enough to doing okay. This means that there are improvements in regulations, policies, and institutional infrastructure that affect the interest and intention to do good.
Indonesia is in the doing okay category with Bangladesh, China, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Meanwhile, in the other category, namely doing better, there are Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
For the full article, read: https://kumparan.com/kumparanb....
7. Gatra.com – "CAPS-CCPHI Study: Philanthropy Funding Solutions During the Pandemic"
The Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS) released the second survey Doing Good Index (DGI2020) which reveals the vital role of the social sector, and how Asian countries contribute to helping the sector. The study, which was conducted in collaboration with CCPHI, identified opportunities for the Indonesian government to do more for the community, as well as how donations made by the private sector/companies were to meet the needs of many people.
CAPS CEO, Dr. Ruth Shapiro said Asia has one-third of the world's wealth, but two-thirds of it belongs to the category of the world's poorest countries. “Now there is a unique opportunity to use existing wealth to alleviate poverty, protect the environment and promote community resilience. DGI2020 makes it clear that the government, donors, and the social sector must work together more than ever before," said Ruth at the 2020 Doing Good Index Survey Results Dissemination webinar on Monday (7/9).
For the full article read: https://www.gatra.com/detail/n...
8. Kontan – "The Good of Indonesian Society [Part 1]"
Research conducted by the Center for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS) provides a deeper picture of what can be done on the Asian continent to optimize the contribution of its citizens in improving shared welfare. On 7 September 2020, CAPS founder and chief executive, Ruth Shapiro, and CAPS research director, Mehvesh Mumtaz Ahmed were pleased to give a presentation on the research results whose full title is Doing Good Index 2020 - Profiling Asia's Social Sectors: The Path Forward . Indonesia is the focus of the dissemination.
CAPS calculates that there is a potential of USD 587 billion per year that could flow into this social sector, including public funds. This is calculated from 2% of all GDP, which is the benchmark for the calculation. This amount is equivalent to 12 times all foreign aid flowing to Asia, and can also meet 40% of the additional funding needs to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the region.
This is one of a series of notes on the Kindness of the Indonesian Society and was written by Jalal, Wisesa.
For the full article read: https://ccphi.org/blog/post/ke...
9. Kontan – "Kebaikan Masyarakat Indonesia [Bagian 2]"
Pemberian oleh masyarakat Indonesia utamanya terkat dengan motivasi agama, seperti menolong orang yang berada dalam kondisi kesusahan. Suksesnya Dompet Dhuafa pada periode awal, juga suksesnya Kita Bisa hingga sekarang sangat banyak terkait dengan persepsi atas kondisi kesusahan itu. Ketika ditawarkan peluang untuk membantu yang sedikit saja kurang jelas kaitannya dengan kondisi kesusahan itu, masyarakat Indonesia seperti surut kemurahan hatinya.
Kembali ke riset Doing Good Index 2020, Indonesia ditempatkan di klaster Doing Okay, naik satu klaster dibandingkan penelitian dua tahun sebelumnya yang menempatkan kita di Not Doing Enough. Apa yang bisa membuat kita naik ke klaster Doing Better, yang di antaranya ditempati oleh Vietnam dan Filipina? Atau bahkan, bagaimana caranya kita bisa tiba di klaster pemuncak, Doing Well, yang ditempati Singapura dan Taiwan?
Ini merupakan salah satu dari rangkaian catatan Kebaikan Masyarakat Indonesia dan ditulis oleh Jalal, Wisesa dan Zainal Abidin, Dompet Dhuafa.
Untuk artikel selengkapnya baca: https://ccphi.org/blog/post/kebaikan-masyarakat-indonesia-bagian-2
10. Kontan – "Kebaikan Masyarakat Indonesia [Bagian 3]"
Indonesia memang mengalami peningkatan dalam empat klaster Doing Good Index 2020 dibandingkan laporan sebelumnya. Kita berpindah dari klaster Not Doing Enough ke Doing Okay. Ini adalah klaster yang paling banyak negara di dalamnya, jadi mungkin tak juga cukup bisa dibanggakan. Apalagi, Kamboja dan Nepal, yang mengisi klaster Not Doing Enough memang baru pertama kali dinilai. Di atas klaster di mana Indonesia berada, terdapat klaster Doing Better dan Doing Well. Klaster elit yang disebut terakhir ini ditempati hanya oleh Singapura dan Taiwan.
Tetapi menempatkan Indonesia dalam indeks ini memang utamanya bukan soal kebanggaan, melainkan soal bagaimana membuat orang Indonesia yang terkenal dan terbukti pemurah itu dapat mewujudkan potensi kebaikannya secara optimal. Seperti yang sudah disebutkan dalam bagian sebelumnya, Doing Good Index 2020 melihat ada empat ruang perbaikan, yaitu regulasi, insentif untuk berbuat baik, peningkatan peran pemerintah, dan peningkatan peran perusahaan.
Ini merupakan salah satu dari rangkaian catatan Kebaikan Masyarakat Indonesia dan ditulis oleh Jalal, Wisesa dan Wahyu Aris Darmono, Wisesa.
Untuk artikel selengkapnya baca: https://ccphi.org/blog/post/kebaikan-masyarakat-indonesia-bagian-3