Sekarwangi batik group, a part of Rumah Belajar Batik Semarang, is the winner of the best group competition organized by YCAB. Students receive technical training for manufacturing printed and written batik using natural dyes. After training, they will have regular mentoring during entrepreneurship production and workshops. Batik, Indonesia’s national heritage is getting more and more […]
Dhea Pratiwi is an alumnus of Rumah Cantik, a vocational training program for students of Rumah Belajar YCAB. She started studying in Rumah Cantik in 2016-2017. She also has been worked at some hair and beauty salon like Toni and Guy, Sassy Beauty and currently at Krone Hair Design & Beauty Bar. In the past, […]
A lot of news about the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19 circulated over the past few months and to prevent the spread, some cities in Indonesia have conducted social distancing which means doing their daily activities such as work, study, pray and even sit for exams from home. With the current conditions that make […]
According to Martin Luther King Jr’s question, life’s most persistent and urgent question is what are we doing for others? Have we, in any way that we can afford, done something for the well-being of others? It’s the kind of striking question that can haunt you in the middle of your daily routine. You have […]
“This is just the beginning, a new beginning…” A dream comes true, indeed. Ten years ago, I almost had the opportunity to study in Australia but it did not take place due to several reasons. The circumstances made me quite sad and disappointed. However, I never lose hope; I know that I still have a […]
This story is written by Timothy Lam, a passionate soul in charity who loves to run. Today, he shares why everyone can take part in doing good.
Joining YCAB Foundation as an Ambassador since 2009, artisan Dominique Diyose believes that we were born to make this world a better place. Read her story!
What is charity? Is it just a matter of giving to the poor, or giving to those who are more unfortunate than us? Or is there something more at play?
After being in the field for more than five years, 65-year-old Diding Rochandi shares his experiences in teaching underprivileged children.
Dr. Andie is one of YCAB Foundation’s strikers – he gives speeches, monitors programs, attends meetings, and holds campaigns since our opening in 1999.