PPI Hongaria Support for Project Child Indonesia

Written by Sijbrand Albrecht Peeters, Community Engagement Associate
Project Child Indonesia

Indonesian Students Association or PPI is an organization consisting of Indonesia students studying abroad. Members of Indonesian Student Association (PPI) varies from students pursuing bachelors, masters and postdoctoral degrees. PPI Hungary members are mostly the recipient of Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship from the Hungarian government.

In an effort to raise awareness of social issues in Indonesia, Project Child Indonesia does not only invite domestic partners to achieve such a goal, rather a holistic approach to all levels of stakeholders, domestic and foreign. The fundamental notion of our work can only be achieved through collaboration, for sustainable change is a result of collaborative effort and not individual work.

In agreement with SDG goal 17, strengthening the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development, a partnership and/or collaboration is formed between PPI Hungary and Project Child Indonesia is established. Through PPI Hungary’s UNICORN Program, it will help Project Child Indonesia’s goal for every child in Indonesia to have the opportunity to learn, to have a healthy start and to feel supported and secure living in an environment that is prepared for natural disasters.

UNICORN (Unite Our Voices for Children’s Education) is a social responsibility and/or community service program pioneered by PPI Hungary. The program is designed to provide social aid for those people, movement and organization that focuses on children’s education. Hence, Project Child Indonesia’s Sekolah Sungai (River School) and Sekolah Pantai (Beach School) was selected as a partner for the UNICORN program.

The shared value of PPI Hungary and Project Child Indonesia, to promote quality of education, drives the establishment of a partnership of both parties. Through this partnership, we aspire to raise a more extensive awareness on society thus creating a domino effect in participation to all levels of stakeholders.

Over the last month, PPI Hungary has performed various events to fundraise intended for Project Child’s Sekolah Sungai and Sekolah Pantai. Fundraising activities will be carried out until the beginning of October and we are inviting everyone to participate and/or donate to https://kitabisa.com/campaign/PPIHongaria

Through online crowdfunding, we hope to interact and invite bigger audiences. Encouraging those who share the same values and beliefs and come aboard our big effort in delivering and securing education to those who are denied or limited access to for a better Indonesia.