27 Oct YCAB & DSI, Inaugurated Young Agents Of Change for Indonesia

YCAB has focused on youth development since its inception in 1999. YCAB believes that the young generation is the nation’s heritage, the next generation, the generation that will lead us forward to become a better nation. YCAB has made several efforts, one of them being the ‘Do Something Indonesia’ (DSI) program.

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In carrying out these missions, DSI is certainly not alone. They are being helped by young and committed youth that make up the Special Agents DSI. On the 23rd – 25th of September 2016, YCAB Foundation and DSI had their first National Gathering for the second batch agent in Jakarta.

This gathering was attended by 17 selected Special Agents from 10 cities in Indonesia. The cities represented were Batam, Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Malang, Denpasar, Balikpapan, and Makassar. For three consecutive days, the Special Agents underwent various fun and interesting activities. Their trip commenced at a ‘Rumah Belajar’, and closed with a ceremonial inauguration of the new Special Agents to YCAB Foundation and DSI family. In between, the participants had a sharing session, campaign challenge, talkshow, and a cultural night.

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Those who attended the national gathering have been equipped with in-depth knowledge about the vision, mission, and final goal of DSI and YCAB Foundation. In addition, they now understand their duties and responsibilities as Special Agents. Moreover, they are expected to work together to be an #Extensionofgoodness, and bring about change in their respective cities

There are still many other actions and activities that have been done by the Special Agents of DSI. YCABers can visit the DSI website at www.Indonesia.dosomething.org or by visiting DSI’s social media; Instagram ID: @DoSomething_id or Twitter: @Dosomethingindo. Follow and continue to refer to their innumerable list of exciting activities! Do Something Indonesia, and voice your concern for Indonesia. Any cause, anytime, anywhere.

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