Entries by Dara Ayu

PCI Talks: Gender Equality for Every Child in Indonesia

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Gender equality can still be quite hard to achieve, especially when it comes to educational opportunities. Project Child Indonesia realizes this issue and has been actively trying to help mitigate it. On May 24th, 2021 the NGO held another webinar featuring Rezki Satris, […]

PCI Feature: 1,700 kilometers Away from Home

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Chasing our dreams often requires making some hard sacrifices. One of them may be to migrate to a different city or country, and missing home is a normal feeling to have. But when it comes to the month of Ramadan that feeling intensifies […]

5 Ways to Stay Connected During Pandemic

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia As the pandemic celebrates its one year anniversary, we’re all starting to get even more frustrated with staying at home and being apart from our loved ones. Many people are starting to adjust with online alternatives, but we all probably have had more […]

PCI Talks: Everyone Can Do Good

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Project Child Indonesia is back with another online webinar and this time featuring its Executive Director, Surayah Ryha, as the guest speaker. With the theme “Everyone Can Do Good”, it serves as not only the NGO’s slogan that all staff cherish but also […]

PCI Feature: Making an Impact by Online Volunteering

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia It’s easy to feel a little aimless amid the chaos of the coronavirus pandemic. If you’re looking for a sense of purpose, maybe it is time to consider volunteering! You probably have a certain image in mind when it comes to volunteering: beach […]

Understanding Types of Learning to Support Children’s Education

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Education is a powerful key that unlocks many doors, such as development and closing the gap in social inequality. This makes every child, including ones at most disadvantaged, have the right to an education due to its power in changing lives. But it […]

PCI Feature: Shifting Perspective with Surayah Ryha

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Maintaining small tweaks in our daily habits can be a difficult thing to remember. What about being part of a solution for much bigger issues? Starting small can even feel like it’s getting us nowhere, but the small actions, like sustainable swaps, are […]

PCI Feature: Women Leadership at Project Child Indonesia

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Working for an NGO to most people may seem like an easy job to do. But in reality, there is more than meets the eye. “Aren’t you just playing around with kids? What’s so hard about it?”  “Are you even getting paid?”  “What […]

A Helping Hand Against Inequality

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Yogyakarta is known for its mix of vast traditional cultures with modern touches brought by the young university students that mostly fill up its city center. What happens when a pandemic hits the city  and suddenly all of its visitors have cancelled their […]

Effortless Sustainable Swaps for a Better Planet

Written by Dara Ayu Ariane, Content Writer Intern at Project Child Indonesia Thousands of Jakarta residents were evacuated from southern and eastern areas of the city. They witnessed their cars and homes almost entirely submerged in the shoulder-high muddy waters. As mere onlookers, we often consider what else we can do to help lessen the […]