Entries by Project Child

Developing Professional Volunteerism in Social Works

  Defining the term “professional volunteerism” is tricky. The word “professional” could mean someone who gets paid for doing a job, whereas the word “volunteerism” means performing work without getting paid. Thus, the term “professional volunteerism” might sound like an oxymoron. However, the word “professional” also means having an exceptional skill and mastery at something. […]

Things that We Need to Know before Becoming a Volunteer

Let’s assume that you have read our article about the benefits of volunteering. You close your browser tab, rise from your comfy bed, and finally promise to yourself that you want to be a volunteer. So, what’s next? While having a good intention is an important start, it is also important to adjust yourself into […]

Sexual Violence against Children

Sexual violence is an issue which is not exclusively happen to adults, as children can also be the victims. Probably we can still remember the tragic incidence in Bengkulu, where Yuyun, a middle schooler, was killed by sexual offenders in 2016. Besides that, there was also an event where a toddler in Bogor died as […]

Project Child Indonesia Conducted a Training for New Volunteers

On Tuesday (7/2), Project Child Indonesia conducted a general training for the batch 24 volunteers. Located at the Parsley Bakery and Cake Shop, the training was intended to prepare the new volunteers before moving directly into the projects. There are generally four main contents of this training. The first is an introduction to the social […]

5 Reasons Why Volunteering is Good for You!

We can all agree that volunteering is a good activity, but how good it actually is to you? Through this brief article, we outline five reasons why volunteering is a perfect choice to do during your spare time in the midst of this urban life.    1.  It will expand your network A no-brainer, volunteering […]

Microfinance Program for Entrepreneurial and Community Growth

Project Child Indonesia always strives to perform its duty as an influential social movement. The next step taken by PCI in enhancing the development in lower socio-economic areas of Yogyakarta, and also in fulfilling its own desire to transform itself into a social enterprise, is to introducing the microcredit program for the exact community the children of […]

Investment in Health and Nutrients is Investment in Education

“Education is an important instrument of peace and development.” Education has always been the key role in the development of human race and civilization, through the refinement of collective ideas that is learned and relearned through education. Advancement of economic and social progress has always been ascribed to the abundant stock of knowledge that nations […]