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More than 2.9 million youths received soft skill trainings; 63% reduction in the intention to engage in risky behaviour
Our peer-to-peer programs provide education on healthy lifestyles and life skills training in school. Youth are encouraged to engage in positive activities. The program helps youth to make better decisions so they can achieve a new lifestyle attitude.
57,419 youths continued their education; 43,895 are certified.
The first Rumah Belajar Learning Center was established in 2003 to provide education for underprivileged and dropout youth. We now have 15 Learning Center in 7 provinces in Indonesia, aside of YCAB’s international programs that have been implemented in 6 countries. Furthermore, various vocational and soft skills programs are made available to suitably equip youth towards work readiness for a better future.
67% graduates of vocational training gained employment within the first year.
(per December 2020)
More than 185,850 mothers have received micro capital for their business
(per December 31, 2020)