In the area of sexual and reproductive health, ACICIS also partnered with Perkumpulan Keluarga Berencana Indonesia – Special Region of Yogyakarta (PKBI DIY), for the placements of Ziana Diggles (Griffith University) and Olivia Hill (The University of Adelaide). Founded in 1910 and now established in twenty six provinces across Indonesia, PKBI is the oldest non-government organisation which pioneered the advocacy of family planning in Indonesia. Their main activities in Yogyakarta include research, community engagement, counselling, and outreach advocacy, among others. Ziana and Olivia joined the Media Division of PKBI DIY. With her background in design and creative arts, Ziana took the role as the Graphic Designer, Social Media and Videographer for the team. Playing with colour palette and concise design, she assisted PKBI DIY with updating their pap-smear information brochures and presentation slides. To assist with the development of these brochures, Ziana observed the mobile clinic team of PKBI DIY to obtain first-hand information.
Olivia Hill was given a project to run a HIV and Aids Campaign through endutainment. She put together a dance campaign titled ‘Get Moving’, where she came up with original choreography, music and lyrics. With sexual education being almost non-existent in Indonesia, Olivia found that endutainment is a method to deliver a more effective and relatable approach to the audience, which are mostly youth. For the project, Olivia produced a dance tutorial that will be utilized for future PKBI DIY volunteers, a film clip on YouTube, educational brochures, as well as a very successful Flash Mob on the busy Malioboro strip of Yogyakarta, where around 50 people participated in the dance. Olivia also wrote a research paper on endutainment as a method of campaigning HIV and AIDS prevention.