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This project will provide 500 orphans who are poor with the Skills for Life in Computer and English Training and Education in Cimahi, Indonesia, give them Computer and English skills to prepare them in entering globalization. Providing a rich supply of books and critical literacy support services to more than 500 orphans. Also providing the orphans children with free meals. This project also helps our government in eradicating the poverty and providing more job opportunities for the poor orphans
Ministry of Social Affairs until 2011 and then recorded the number of neglected children reached 4.8 million people displaced. This does not include children who are orphaned in a number of orphanages. Yayasan Cerdas Putra Bangsa is committed to giving active role and contribution by giving 500 orphans free life skills education and training program in Cimahi and Bandung to give them their basic rights especially in education to prepare them entering the globalization era and better future.
Yayasan Cerdas Putra Bangsa, within the framework of the intellectual life of the Indonesian nation and country, provides life skills program for 500 orphans and neglected children. They are trained in computer and English program for 3 months in an intensive program to provide them with the needed skills to enable them to be independent and responsible citizens who can help themselves and others in eradicating the poverty and to be the agents of change who are entirely Indonesian human being.
The project will educate 500 orphans and neglected children allowing them to rise out of poverty and enabling them to actively take part and participate by giving their best contribution for the development of Indonesian country and nation. This project will reduce the unemployment rate in Cimahi and Bandung areas and to accommodate the drop-out youth from school to have skills and abilities in Computer and English language to develop them selves and to be independent entrepreneurs.
I grew up in a country where the youths and the poor people had minimal access to the most basic forms of education. Through this project, we'are turning these unlucky people into entrepreneurs - Masri Suryana, Project Leader