Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB Foundation) together with PT Bank HSBC Indonesia with the support of the Regional National Crafts Council (Dekranasda) and the Department of Industry & Trade (Disperindag) of West Java celebrated the inauguration of Rumah Belajar Batik Tasikmalaya, on Saturday (20/8). Rumah Belajar Batik Tasikmalaya (RBBT) aims to build the skills of […]
YCAB Foundation is thrilled to announce that all scholars of Garena Digital scholarship beneficiaries, a collaboration that stemmed from the Guru Digital program, have secured employment upon graduation. Previously, YCAB Foundation selected the 15 best students from 121,607 students selected by 1,245 teachers to take part in the Siswa Digital scholarship selection stage to enter […]
Living in the ever-evolving digital world, where everything is hyper-connected with each other, digital citizens need to acknowledge their rights and responsibilities when using digital media. Digital citizens are people who use the internet regularly, effectively, and are set to sail with a set of rules called “digital citizenship”. Digital citizenship is how one can […]
YCAB Foundation and Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, in partnership with the Ministry of Communication and Informatics and the Ministry of Education and Culture, are educating 60,000 girls on STEM over the course of 3 years through its Girls4Tech digital learning platform. Girls4Tech Indonesia is a digital platform developed by YCAB Foundation and Mastercard Center […]
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 […]
After being in the field for more than five years, 65-year-old Diding Rochandi shares his experiences in teaching underprivileged children.
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.