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Indonesian social welfare project education & beyond


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How do we see education in our country? is it possible to enrich our kids with positive attitudes? but how do we do it? How do we deliver social welfare in a right path? It is for you to answer

How do we see education in our country? is it possible to enrich our kids with positive attitudes? but how do we do it? How do we deliver social welfare in a right path? It is for you to answer

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  • 1. Empowering : Indonesian Social Welfare Sidi Rana MenggalaI am Project : Education and Beyond
  • 2. “the study of agencies, programs, personel, and policies which focus on the delivery of social services to individuals, groups, and communities” (The American Heritage Dictionary, 2003) A nation’s system of programs, benefits, and services that helps people those social, economic, educational, and health needs that are fundamental to the maintenance of society (Barker, 2003) Social Welfare as an InstitutionSocial Welfare as an Institution Social Welfare for dummies!
  • 3. Aren't YOU Agree That! Children have the right to a standard of living that promotes full development of their physical, mental, spiritual and social capacities. Specifically children have the right to have access to nutrition, clothing, housing and an education that provides them with the tools needed to sustain an adequate standard of living. Children have the right to protection from harsh working conditions that interfere with their ability to enjoy any of the aforementioned rights, and therefore limit their development.
  • 4. Embrace the Impossibilities!
  • 5. Indonesian Education in Glance The character of Indonesia's educational system reflects its diverse religious heritage, its struggle for a national identity, and the challenge of resource allocation in a poor but developing archipelagic nation with a young and rapidly growing population. Although a draft constitution stated in 1950 that a key government goal was to provide every Indonesian with at least six years of primary schooling, the aim of universal education had not been reached by the late 1980s, particularly among females.
  • 6. Why Focus on Education! Education is so important because it typically holds the key to your future. A well educated person usually has an easier time finding a career. Education is so important because it develops a generation of responsible individuals who understand the forms of proper conduct. It also helps a person define their career objectives that will help him build a skill set.
  • 7. Why Education is important for Children Education is a basic human right and a significant factor in the development of children, communities, and countries. Opening classroom doors to all children, especially girls, will help break the intergenerational chains of poverty because education is intrinsically linked to all development goals,such as supporting gender empowerment, improving child health and maternal health, reducing hunger, fighting the spread of HIV and diseases of poverty, spurring economic growth, and building peace.
  • 8. Indonesian Children Facts. 1. 260,000 children dont go to Schools (UNESCO) 2. 157.000 children died becuase of lack nutrition (Department of Health R.I) 3. More than 8.000 street children increasing each year ( 4. There are more than 880.000 illiterate children in 2013 (formatnews) 5. More than 196 children are born with AIDS/HIV a year (
  • 9. Education System Facts. 1. Indonesia have 193.048 schools (Department of Education) 2. Indonesia have more 3 million teachers ( 3. Ministry of Education Indonesia spend Idr. 345,3 trilion of Rupiah at 2013 4. Indonesian education rank is 64 of 120 countries in the world
  • 10. How do we EMPOWER! It is for YOU to describe HOW... seek for a answer ? email me on