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Failed projects lead to wasted resources like money, time and personnel. Every organization and individual makes strategic ways to avoid failures and to certainly achieve success. But how can you identify if the project is successful? A project is considered to be successful if factors such as being on time, within the budget, and at the proper performance have been observed. Ultimately, the sign of a successful project is when your client requests you to do a new work. Your customer’s satisfaction can also bring wider referral for and to your company.

Hence, IndoCon provides its clients the following process, activities and tools to ensure the fulfillment of their projects based on certain needs:
Project Development and Planning;
Quality Management and Support; 
Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E);
Community Based Approach; and
Rural Appraisal with Participatory Tools

  • 1.)IndoCon and Swiss Interchurch Aid have been consulting and aiding local non-government organizations (NGOs) such as Lembaga Pengkajian dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat (LP2M) and Yayasan Holi’ana’a in project cycle management to integrate the five (5) complex livelihood programs: (Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene; Capacity Building; Women’s Empowerment; Agriculture; and Micro Business) in North and West Sumatra, Indonesia since 2009.

  • 2.) In 2008 up to 2009, IndoCon set up the project called Livelihood Enhancement to Alleviate Poverty (LEAP) in Singkil, Aceh, Indonesia through long term Strategic Planning; Monitoring & Evaluation; Recruitment; Financial Management & Development; and Reporting & Coordination. This system is implemented by IndoCon after the reconstruction project, benefiting 600 households.

  • 3.) Transform Aid and Aus Aid appointed IndoCon to conduct a Final Evaluation for the Tsunami Recovery and Rehabilitation Program in the five (5) relocated sub-villages in North Pagai Island, Mentawai, West Sumatra, Indonesia last July 2014. IndoCon also accorded recommendations to the implementing local partner, the Cipta Fondasi Komunitas (CFK) or ‘Creating Foundations for Community’ for the upcoming three years of project operation