“Strengthening Youth Capacity for Future Global Leadership

on Nutrition, Food and Health “

Bogor, Bandung, Jakarta and Yogyakarta of Indonesia

August, 11th-17th 2014

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The challenges facing by the global community today are not just problems of under nutrition but also overnutrition, which is called double burden of nutrition. This problems are not merely among the lower socio-economic group but also among the upper middle socio-economic group. According to WHO (2011), 26%, 16% and 7% of children under 5 years suffered from stunting, underweight and obesity respectively. They are mostly live in Asian and African countries. While in American and European countries the prevalence of overweight and obesity is more than 50%, which was double during the last decade. A similar figure also among the high income group. This double burden of nutrition will effect on increasing risk of both non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and infectious diseases, and lower productivity and quality of life. Currently, as much as 63% of deaths caused by NCDs. Every year there are nearly 9 million people die caused by NCDs. NCDs are preventable through better diet and lifestyle; they should be prevented to minimize the negative impacts.

In addition, climate change such as global warming is also the challenge. Climate change affects agricultural productivity that result in decreased food availability and safety, which lead to increase food prices and decrease food quality. Climate change also affects the environmental conditions such as poor water quality and sanitation, which is related to the of infectious diseases. Both low food availability and poor environmental condition will negatively effect on quality and quantity of food intake.

These above problems should be eliminated through applying both nutrition innovations and other innovations needed for prevention, promotion, and medication of the problems. For this purpose, the government should formulate related policies, and design appropriate programs in sustainable manner which benefit to society in terms of social,  economic, and environment (holistic approach). In the implementation of the programs, Not only government responsible for the problems of food, nutrition and health facing today, but also all of societies, especially the educated young generation as the agent of change and possibly the future leaders.

The educated young generation of food, nutrition and health, as iron stock for future leaders, are expected to contribute creative and innovative ideas and thoughts to solve the global problems of food, nutrition and health. Furthermore, they should contribute and participate in the community activities. Regional and international collaboration is needed to build networks and knowledge sharing among the educated young generation.  Therefore, they are expected to become a problem solver in the community. For the first time, last year (June 2013) in Bogor, 40 young nutritionists, food scientists and medical doctors were trained to be Young Food And Nutrition Leaders called Gen-1 DoYouLead under the auspice of the Food and Nutrition Society of Indonesia (PERGIZI PANGAN Indonesia).

Based on the above considerations the Food and Nutrition Society of Indonesia (PERGIZI PANGAN Indonesia) as nutrition and food experts association, in collaboration with Gen-1 DoYouLead, Indonesian Food Technologist Association (PATPI), Indonesian Nutrition Graduate Association (ISAGI), Food and Beverage Producers of Indonesia (GAPMMI), Indonesian Nutrition Students Association (ILMAGI) and Indonesian Student Movement for National Food Security (HMPPI) will organize iYouLead, an International Young Food and Nutrition Leadership.



Strengthening Youth Capacity for Future Global Leadership on Nutrition, Food and Health



The main objectives of iYouLead training and workshop are:

  1. Strengthening relationship and sharing experience between the educated young generation of young nutritionists, food scientists and medical doctors that could potentially be the future leaders in the field of nutrition, food and health.
  2. Learning leadership experiences and characters from government leaders, private business (Industries) leaders, UN Agencies leaders, NGOs leaders and senior experts in the field of nutrition, food and health.
  3. Increasing the number of nutrition and food young leaders, and improving their capacity in the development of  nutrition, food and health in Indonesia, in the region and worldwide.
  4. Increasing the young generation’s insight in understanding the nutrition, food and health issues holistically to provide solutions that are innovative, effective and sustainable.
  5. Facilitating the formation of a global network among the educated young generation of nutrition, food and health for the better contribution to the development of global nutrition, food and health.


Training material includes basic and professional leadership materials, enrich with  achievement-motivation materials, as follows :

Basic materials :

1) Leaders characteristics and capabilities

2) Leadership and personal development

3) Leadership in government agencies

4) Leadership in private business (Industries)

5) Leadership in innovation institutions (higher education and R&D)

6) Leadership in UN Agencies

7) Leadership in NGOs

Advance Materials (profession and leadership practice) :

1) History of nutrition, and food sciences development; and leadership roles of experts and policy makers

2) The development of nutritional science and dietetics, the role of diverse disciplines and leadership

3) The development of food science and technology, the role of diverse disciplines and leadership

4) The past and the present of problems, policies and programs on nutrition, food, and health.

5) Public diplomacy and negotiation strategy

6) The  leadership characters required in the R&D of food industries

7) The  leadership characters required in the food regulation of  industries

8) The  leadership characters required in the food production of industries

9) The  leadership characters required in the marketing of food products

10) The  leadership characters required in the CSR and public relations of industries

11) The  leadership characters required in food service industries

12) The  leadership characters required in social media movements


Workshop materials :

  1. How to understand and overcome  holisticly the nutrition problems
  2. How to minimize the negative effect of climate change on food supply and price fluctuation as well as infectious diseases
  3. Is leadership required? If yes, what kind of leadership required to address the food and nutrition problems
  4. Discussion on the results of field visits
  5. Is regional and international collaboration (network) required? And why?
  6. Future vision and policies-programs required to addressed the multidimensional nutrition problems

Workshop field visit and social programs :

  1. Field visit on food, nutrition and health program into the villages in Bandung (West Java)
  2. Field visit  to food industries in Bandung (West Java) and Jakarta (The capital city of Indonesia).
  3. Social programs to the highest outlook area (highland tea plantation of Puncak, the Highest outlook of  Bogor)
  4. Social programs to Indonesia Miniature Park (Taman Mini Indonesia Indah) of Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia
  5. Social program and field visit to food industry in Yogyakarta, a cultural city and never ending Asia
  6. Social programs to Borobudur of Central Java (the largest Buddhist temple in the world) and to Prambanan of Yogyakarta (the largest Hindu temple in South East Asia)



Training and workshops held on August 11 to 17 (Monday to Sunday) 2014 in several beautiful cities of Indonesia. In Bogor & Bandung of West Java, and in Jakarta on August 11-14 (Monday to Thursday) and August 17 (Sunday);  and in Yogyakarta and Central Java on August 15-16 (Friday to Saturday).

Methods of the trainings and workshop are outbound, games, case studies, lectures, presentations and discussions, and formulation of plan of actions in the form of a vision and leadership for eliminating nutrition problems holisticly.



Speakers for the trainings are leaders of both international organizations (FAO, WHO, WFP, IUNS)  and national organizations (Director General of the Ministry of Health, Director General of the Ministry  Foreign Affairs, Food Security Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture); leaders from various multinational companies, leader of NGO, also leaders and Professors from reputable universities. Facilitators for trainings and workshops are educated young leaders, and trained nutritionist and food scientist from Gen-1 DoYouLead.



The number of participant is 200 participants. The participants consist of 80 training and workshop participants and 120 training participants. The participants will be selected competitively  base on the following criteria :

    1. Participant is a student (undergraduate or post graduate) or fresh graduates in the fields of nutrition, food and health
    2. Age 20-30 years old on the date August 11, 2014, evidenced by a copy of ID card or passport


  1. Grade point average (GPA) of at least 3,00
  2. Fluent in English both oral and written
  3. Willing to pay a participation fee of US$ 400. The participation fee is transfered to PERGIZI PANGAN with account number 0290031536 Bank BNI KCP Kampus IPB Dramaga, West Java, Indonesia.
  4. Fill in the registration form of iYouLead, which can be found at
  5. Willing to bear the cost of round trip airline tickets (to find sponsorship) from the place of origin to Jakarta, Indonesia, and health insurance during that travel.
  6. Please contact secretariat for the participation fee of the local participants.


A total of 200 participants will be selected by the committee based on: 1) administrative requirements, 2) visions and reasons of participants, and 3) Gender. Committee’s decision can not be contested.



Registration is done by fill full this form: Closing date of registration on June 1st at 11.00 pm GMT +7. The other requirements include a copy of participation fee transfer. The participation fee of US$ 400 is transfered to PERGIZI PANGAN with account number 0290031536 Bank BNI KCP Kampus IPB Dramaga, West Java, Indonesia.



Each participant will receive accommodation, food, materials, field visit and social programs, certificate of participation, and free tickets for entering tourist resort in the social programs (Highland Tea Plantation, Indonesia Miniature Park, Borobudur temple, Prambanan temple).



April 1st – June 1st: Registration

June 7th: Announcement selected participant

June 7th – July 10th: Confirmation and registration fees payments

August 11th-17th: iYouLead



This programs organized by the Food And Nutrition Society of Indonesia (PERGIZI PANGAN Indonesia) with Gen-1 DoYouLead, Indonesian Food Technologist Association (PATPI), Indonesian Nutrition Graduate Association (ISAGI), Food and beverage producers of Indonesia (GAPMMI), Indonesian Nutrition Students Association (ILMAGI) and Indonesian Student Movement for National Food Security (HMPPI). in collaboration with government and private sectors. The Steering and Organizing Committee is as follows:


Prof. Anna Lartey, PhD (President, International Union of Nutritional Sciences)

Ms. Chow Pek Yee, M.Sc (President of Federation of Asian Nutrition Societies)


Steering Committee

1. Prof. Hardinsyah, MS, PhD (President, Food and Nutrition Society of Indonesia / PERGIZI PANGAN Indonesia)

2. Prof. Dr. Ir. Rindit Pambayun, MP (President, Indonesian Food Technologist Association / PATPI)

3. Dr. Minarto, MPS (President, Indonesian Nutritionist Association / PERSAGI)

4. Prof. Made Astawan, MS, PhD (Secretary-General, PERGIZI PANGAN Indonesia)

5. Prof. Ahmad Suryana, MS, PhD (Head of Food Security Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Indonesia)

6. Ir. Doddy Izwardy, MA (Director of Nutrition, DGMCNH, Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia )

7. Adhi S. Lukman (Chairman, Food and Beverages Producers Association / GAPMMI)


Organizing Committee

1. Chairman : Teguh Jati Prasetyo, S.Gz

2. Vice Chairman : Khoirul Anwar, S.Gz

3. Vice Chairman : M. Ulil Ahsan, S.TP

4. Secretary : Kurnia Dwi J. & Silvia Mawarti Perdana, S.Gz, MSi

5. Treasurer : Amalina Ratih Puspa, S.P, Wilda Yunieswati, Atika Primadala Amrin, S.Gz, MSi

6. Division Registration and Participant : Septian Suhandono, S.Gz, Nur Hidayati & Kharisma Rindu I.

7. Division of Materials and Programs : Mia Srimiati, S.Gz Reisya Rizki R. & Al Mukhlas Fikri

8. Division Accommodation and Publication : Berlian Purnama Sari, S.TP, Seila Pramadania & Angga Rizqiawan

9. Transportation and Field Visit I : Nazhif Gifari, S.Gz & Angga Prastyo

10. Transportation and Field Visit II : Iqbal Basagili, S.Gz & Mahmud Aditya R., S.Gz, M.Si



Department of Community Nutrition, Faculty of Human Ecology (FEMA), IPB, IPB Campus, Bogor 16680. Telephone (+62251) 8621258 ext 332, (+6221) 36089502; Mobile: +6285642663999 (Teguh) and +6285716759791 (Khoirul) e-mail:, web: , twitter: @PERGIZI

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