10 Dec

Press Release Cheerity: Cheerful Charity!

The youth as the future generation is the next leader in the future. The better quality of youth, the greater its country. Investing in youth and children education is the only way to build the better quality of youth and their future.

 

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Therefore, to actualize the great country we need a great quality of the youth. In fact, there are still great number of youth and children that don’t have proper facilities especially in education. In 2015, social minister said that 4,1 million children was being displaced. Displaced children were interpreted by the children who did not get any chances in education and proper life.

In this special occasion, Internee IFSA LC UGM was holding Cheerity: Cheerful Charity at Panti Asuhan Islam Putra on Monday, 28 November 2016. This event’s goal is to share happiness and motivate the children to chase their dream.

This project was started by 16.00 WIB. The first agenda was opening speech by orphanage’s nurse Mrs. Samiyati and project chairman Diky Hendriawan.

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10 Dec

Press Release IFSA Intensive Rural Teaching

Education is important in life because it gives people the skills and tools they need to navigate the world. Without education, people would not be able to read, write, calculate or communicate; they would also not be able to perform jobs competently, accurately and safely.

Education also teaches people about the world in which they live, including information about history, philosophy and culture. Above all, in this era, education is the key to lifting families out of poverty.

 

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The importance of education itself, bring Language Commission of IFSA LC UGM to do a charity project called Intensive Rural Teaching. Intensive Rural Teaching is an activity to teach elementary school’s students from rural area.

This project took place at Desa Somokaton, Kabupaten Magelang that was held once a week from September to November. Member of IFSA LC UGM was taking turns to teach the students voluntarily. There, we teach them English and Environmental Education.

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