Entries by Project Child

Independence Day of Indonesia

Independence day has been a big celebration in almost every part of society and region. From the nation to the smallest community, we’re all joining the celebration. Every year the celebration in our communities is something we always looking forward to, for it is a good occasion for us to connect more with the people […]

Semua Dapat Berpartisipasi untuk Mendukung SDGs

Sebagai tindak lanjut dari agenda Millennium Development Goals yang telah berjalan selama 15 tahun, pada bulan September 2015 Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa mencanangkan resolusi baru yang lebih universal, inklusif dan komprehensif yaitu Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) atau Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan. SDGs memiliki 17 tujuan baru untuk mendorong pembangunan berkelanjutan berdasarkan hak asasi manusia dan kesetaraan untuk mendorong […]

Kids Then and Now

By: Naya Fauzia Dzikrina Of recent months, the phrase ‘kids jaman now’ has been one of the most (unfortunately) viral hashtags in the Indonesian internet universe. The phrase is commonly used by ‘older people’ to comment on children’s behaviour nowadays that are considered astonishing, weird, or even inappropriate. The phrase carries a negative connotation which […]

Project Child Indonesia held a meeting with Acting Mayor of Baubau City

On June 29th, 2018, Project Child Indonesia held a meeting with Acting Mayor of Baubau City and related Chief Department on the fields of education, environment, and health to collaborate in the Drinking Water Program for schools in Baubau City, Southeast Sulawesi. The meeting was held in Lakeba Beach Restaurant on June 29th, 2018, at […]

The Benefits of Drinking Enough Water

The moment you start feeling thirsty, your body is most likely already insufficiently hydrated. Especially children tend to forget to drink enough and are at a high risk to become dehydrated. When the kids are outside and playing with their friends, they can easily risk lacking of water intake, as they are often not aware […]

Project-based Learning Approach

Coming to 21st century generation, education is one of the most notable support for children which evolving and constantly moving forward. Project Based Learning (PBL) is used to prepare students from the 21st century challenges, to work on a real problem and solve the it directly using their analytical and practical skill, with a product […]

A Visit from Haarlemmermeer Lyceum, Netherlands

Project Child Indonesia was honored to host students and teachers from Haarlemmermeer Lyceum, Netherlands from Monday, April  30th to Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 in the riverside area of Code. There was a total of 27 students and 2 teachers joining the visit, and they stayed for a night in the local’s houses. Their coming to […]

Olympic Games

Als ein Zeichen der Wertschätzung veranstaltete Project Child ein besonderes Event für die Kinder, die regelmäßig die Open Class besuchten und im letzten Jahr eifrig ihr Wissen über Themen wie Meeresschutz, Plastikreduktion, Umweltverschmutzung usw. erweiterten. Das Event „Olympische Spiele“ fand am 5. Mai 2018 auf dem Gelände der Strandschule statt. Wir begannen am frühen Nachmittag […]

Olympic Games

As a sign of appreciation Project Child decided to host a special event for the children who attended the Open Class during the last year and were eager to learn about the topics ocean conservation, plastic reduction, pollution, etc… The event “Olympic Games” took place on the property of the Beach School in Pacitan on […]

Outbond Event – Sekolah Pantai Pacitan

Um unser halbjährliches Bildungsprogramm, das im Rahmen des Trinkwasserprogramms in Zusammenarbeit mit 4 Schulen rund um Pacitan stattfindet, zu vervollständigen, veranstaltete Project Child am 15. April 2018 ein spezielles Outbond-Event in der Strandschule in Pacitan. Die Veranstaltung wurde durchgeführt, um die Kinder, die in den letzten 6 Monaten zu den wöchentlichen Klassen kamen zu erfreuen. […]