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Learning to serve,

Serving to learn
Universities and Social Innovation
for Inclusive Development

Dr. Segundo Joaquin Romero, Jr.


Mary Grace Santos
4 October 2015
University of Santo Tomas
Daloy ng kuwentuhan

I. About UNIID-SEA
II. New Development Paradigm: Social Innovation
III. “Laylayan ng Lipunan”: The Base of the Pyramid (BoP)
IV. The Informal City
V. Community engagement model
VI. Reinventing the NSTP for social innovation in service
learning
UNIID-SEA, Inc.
A network of higher education and research institutions in
ASEAN countries that seeks to integrate, operationalize, and
mainstream “innovation for inclusive development” (IID) in
learning, research, and extension services.

We are supporting innovative and collective problem-solving


with targeted poor, marginalized, and vulnerable communities
in the region to have more prosperous, sustainable, and
inclusive ASEAN nations.
128 Fellows in
9 countries
UNIID-SEA PROGRAMS

IID Convening
Program

IID Teaching
and Learning
Program

IID Research
Program

IID Knowledge
Repository www.inclusiveinnovationhub.org
Memory Test

1. Which is the only ASEAN country where UNIID-SEA


does not have a Fellow?

1. What is the URL of the Inclusive Innovation Hub?


How can we make medicines cheaper and more accessible to the poor?
How can we make fishing more sustainable?
How can we have better sanitation in river communities?

SOCIAL INNOVATION as a new problem-solving and


development paradigm.

new ideas, products, methods, and services that simultaneously


meets social needs, and creates new social relationships and
collaborations.

Emerging fields:
• Social technologies (e.g. IDEO, mobile telephony)
• Social entrepreneurship (e.g. Rags2Riches)
• Social protection (e.g. CCT or 4Ps)
• Smart cities (e.g. Inclusive Mobility)
How can we make medicines cheaper and more accessible to the poor?

Hapinoy Healthcare Hub


How can we make fishing more sustainable?

Isda.mobi mobile phone interface


How can we have better sanitation in river communities?

Floating waste management barge


Why is social innovation becoming more popular as
an approach to social development ?
1) When we talk about social development, only CHANGE IS
CONSTANT; no one-size-fits-all solution and one-time response
to a problem.

1) We need BETTER AND FASTER RESULTS. The poor needs to


develop faster than the rest of us so they can catch up.

1) We need to SCALE THE IMPACT of development efforts to make


a dent on the lives of the poor.

1) Poverty is a wicked problem (multi-dimensional, multi-


generational global issue). We need to find NEW WAYS OF
WORKING TOGETHER to move people out of poverty.
Memory Test

1. Social innovation meets social needs and also creates


new ______________ among people?

1. Give 2 out of the 4 reasons why social innovation


works as a development approach.
From Pyramid to Diamond
Inclusive Innovation
Inclusive Stages
Innovation Stages/ Process/
Simplified conceptual framework for IID
KEY PLAYER:
IID Actors Processes
Co-Diagnosis

Co-Discovery
Co-Design

Co-Delivery
Co-Dignity

Co-Deployment

KEY PLAYER:
Poor and Marginalized Transformed IID
Communities Actors and
Communities
Co-Discovery
Co-Discovery
Co-Dignity
Co-Diagnosis
Co-Diagnosis
Co-Diagnosis
Co-Design
Co-Design
Co-Delivery
Co-Deployment
Inclusive Innovation
Inclusive Stages
Innovation Stages/ Process/
Simplified conceptual framework for IID
KEY PLAYER:
IID Actors Processes
Co-Diagnosis

Co-Discovery
Co-Design

Co-Delivery
Co-Dignity

Co-Deployment

KEY PLAYER:
Poor and Marginalized Transformed IID
Communities Actors and
Communities
The Community Transformability Scorecard (CTSC):
6 Dimensions and 30 Indicators Participation

Voter
registration
6 Financial

Integration benefits

into Local
System Community
organization
Health
Physical
Economic role
connectivity

Transparency
Community
Cultural
Identity
4 Education
projects
5
and
accountability

Social Community
Services & Governance
Network
Conflict Response
Community resolution mechanisms
Religion
Events
Community
Transformability
Sidewalks Scorecard Livelihood
opportunities

Public
Food Livelihood
Telecom transport-
2 ation
Production 3 training

Mobility & Livelihood &


Access Income
Proximate
Facilities
PWD Living
Fares expenses
Cooperatives
access

Rental Living
Payment 1 space

Shelter &
Environment

Garbage Water
collection supply
Shelter and
Living Space
Shelter & Environment
Mobility and Access
Mobility and Access

Sidewalks

Public
Telecom transport-
ation
2 Mobility
& Access

PWD
Fares
access
Income and Livelihood
Livelihood & Income

Livelihood
opportunities

Food Livelihood
Production training
3 Livelihood
& Income

Living
Cooperatives
expenses
Social Network and Safety Nets
Social Services & Network
Community Governance
Community Governance
Integration into Host Locality
Integration into Local System
Reflection Questions
1. Ang mga botante ay A. Shelter and living
duon pa sa space
pinangalingang B. Mobility and access
barangay bumoboto C. Income and livelihood
2. Mahal ang tricycle D. Social network and
papasok sa safety nets
resettlement area.
E. Community
3. Walang mapagburulan governance
ng patay sa
communidad. F. Integration with local
system
The Community Transformability Scorecard (CTSC):
6 Dimensions and 30 Indicators
Participation

Voter
registration
6 Financial

Integration benefits

into Local
System Community
organization
Health
Physical
Economic role
connectivity

Transparency
Community
Cultural
Identity
4 Education
projects
5
and
accountability

Social Community
Services & Governance
Network
Conflict Response
Community resolution mechanisms
Religion
Events
Community
Transformability
Sidewalks Scorecard Livelihood
opportunities

Public
Food Livelihood
Telecom transport-
2 ation
Production 3 training

Mobility & Livelihood &


Access Income
Proximate
Facilities
PWD Living
Fares expenses
Cooperatives
access

Rental Living
Payment 1 space

Shelter &
Environment

Garbage Water
collection supply
Social Innovation in Service Learning

• The NSTP is an institutionalized program for service learning that


can be reinvented to unlock the social innovation potential of
Philippine communities.

• UNIID-SEA is now looking for university partners for this new


program, which will, in 2016:
1. Design NSTP 2.0: Social Innovation in Service Learning
to enhance current NSTP programs (ROTC, CWTS, LTS).
2. Pilot an SISL Boot Camps for instructors, facilitators
and students (basic training and application).
3. Institutionalize the SISL Design and Certification Program
for building skills/competencies in human security and
protection, community engagement, SI design and
project management.
Ang sagot sa tanong ni Heneral Luna:
“Bayan o Sarili?” Pareho.
Dahil ang pagsisilbi sa bayan
at ang pagtulong sa kapwa ay
nangangailangan ng:

- Personal na kakayayahan:
COMPETENCE
- Kumpiyansa sa sarili:
CONFIDENCE
- Malasakit sa kapwa tao
kapwa Pilipino: CONCERN
- Pagtataya ng sarili:
COMMITMENT
Memory Test

1. What are the “4 Cs” or the basic requirements for


service and nation-building?
Find us online!
Official website: www.uniid-sea.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/UNIIDSEA
Twitter: @UNIID_SEA
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/UNIIDSEA
ScoopIt: www.scoop.it/t/innovation-for-inclusive-development

CONTACT INFORMATION
Dr. Doy Romero Grace Santos
doyromero@gmail.com gracesantos.uniid@gmail.com

UNIID-SEA, Inc.
Development Studies Program
Ateneo de Manila University