Fara is passionate about project management, environment, and sustainability. She believes that the world needs people who combine eternal optimism with an intense focus on outcomes. She loves connecting with like-minded people to generate positive energy and practical solutions.
Fara is currently based in Indonesia. She is supporting the Secretariat of the National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP), a collaboration between the Government of Indonesia and the World Economic Forum, to reduce marine plastic waste by 70% by 2025. She has helped the Secretariat establish 4 (of 5) task forces: Financing, Innovation, Metrics, and Behaviour Change. These task forces are building momentum and "delivery enablers" for each implementation phase.
Fara also leads the Liveable Cities Dashboard Philippines project, consolidating multiple data sources to give residents, funders, and city leaders an interactive visual profile of 146 cities in the Philippines. Through the dashboard, cities can effectively engage stakeholders including city and national agencies, businesses, academes, NGOs ,and citizens.
Fara had the opportunity to support the Uzbekistan Education Reform Program (UERP) on their capacity building and policy analysis. She has supported the facilitation of weekly webinars for school principals across the country, attended by a total of 3000+ participants.
Fara has a wide range of experience in both private and public sector, including clients from Petronas Malaysia, GIZ, Millennium Challenge Account, and several ministries in Indonesia. She has managed implementation teams across the world.
Fara has been also active in several environmental communities. She joined the Zero Waste movement in Indonesia and has volunteered with schools and communities to advocate for the importance of reducing waste and lowering carbon impacts to the world.
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