I will give you an idea of this job: you will teach street children, some of them drug addicts and some of them thieves. If you’re not sure about working here, my door is open for you to leave. Pak Mohammad Nopal talked to me about the interview he had with YCAB’s deputy director five […]
Leaves shaken from the passing storm littered the raised asphalt of the bumpy, potholed roads. The drains along the roads were brimming with cloudy grey storm water, leaves, and discarded household rubbish. Narrow wooden food carts with dirty glass cases lined the streets, fried delicacies being circled by watchful flies. My colleagues led me up […]
Kemal Malik is now an insurance marketer at Japanese Insurance Company, namely Tokio Marine Indonesia. Though his father passed away when he was 17 years old, it did not cast him down to make the best of his life, for the sake of his mother and six older sisters. Being the last member of the […]
Six years back, school dropout Dody would not dare to dream to become independent as he is now. Today, the 20-year-old has birthed his own small sewing business.
Santia and Pur were school drop-outs. Yet even when they have a difficult childhood, this does not dampen their spirit to strive for a better future.
Kemal Malik is now an employee at PT. Tokio Marine Indonesia. But before that, he was a YCAB Rumah Belajar student. Read his story here.