For this community and service, the YCAB organization gave us SPH students a chance to serve the community in a very unique way that took us out of our comfort zone. In this community and service, we were given surveys and use those survey sheets to interview the people living in the slums and how they survive living in such a condition. We were divided into different groups and then sent throughout the slums to interview everyone there and gather the statistics of how they live. I have discovered how the majority of Indonesians live in this country, not in houses, but in shacks made of recycled. They do not have any good sanitary habits and their health gets affected by living in such a dirty and inappropriate site. They do not have much to eat, and the family leaders would have to go out for work early in the mornings and find scrap metal for them to sell to the recycling company for such little values. By doing this, they risk themselves of getting into danger as the landscapes are not safe at all. They are very edgy and uneven, with a lot of sharp objects sticking out of the ground, including scrap metal pieces and broken glass. This community and service has opened my eyes in how the majority of my country’s people live, and now I have made it one of my life goals to change this, so that people can live in a more stable state, rather than picking up trash and eating raw food, as this is not right at all.