Entries by Bagas Sinaro

A Simple Tutorial to Turn Our World Into a Better Place

Recently, we are being fed with a bunch of bad news from all across the world – whether it is from social media, online news platforms, or television. It seems as if complex issues like war, violence, natural calamities, societal disorder, political issues etc. keep coming in for humanity’s neck and there is no clear end. Often, it’s like we are trapped in the midst of a state that we do not even deeply understand: how and why they keep occurring.

Literasi dan Peran Pemuda Indonesia

Dengan tingkat literasi masyarakat yang rendah, peran pemuda Indonesia menjadi penting untuk meningkatkan tingkat literasi ini. Berikut tiga cara meningkatkan literasi, yaitu banyak membaca, membaca berita hingga selesai, dan memastikan keaslian sumber berita.

Celebrating Sharing: A Glimpse to The Lives of Mother Teresa

Have you ever heard the name “Mother Teresa”? Perhaps, some of you have known about this peculiar phenomenal figure. While for others, the name might still be unfamiliar, instead. To commemorate International Charity Day 2021, let’s dive deeper to figure out together who Mother Teresa really is and her roles in shaping the face of charity and modern humanity!

Why Small Things Matter

Having the ambition to grow, especially to make an impact is a good thing, indeed. But the reason why you are doing that must be changed. We often do those several things to search for validation from others, and this behavior leads us to ignore small things. We undervalued and unappreciated small things, while great things happen with a series of small things and are not done by impulse. Every little thing we do matters and can have an impact. Small things matter.

Food Security in Indonesia and COVID-19: What’s The Situation?

By Arlenea Halyda and Nathaniel Alvino, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Have you ever heard about food security? Based on the definition given by the United Nations’ Committee on World Food Security, it refers to the objective where all people, at all times, have physical, social, and economic access to sufficient, safe, and […]

International Youth Day: Youth for The World

Written by Amanda Ramaningrum and Juhandi Dwi Putra Lyana, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Have you ever heard the words “Youth are the key agents of change”? Maybe we have heard it hundreds or thousands of times from our parents, teacher, lecturer, or whoever is older than us. It is not wrong if […]