How Ammara and her friends built an eco-brand that boosts farmers' harvests and livelihoods in Indonesia.
Building a Safe Home for Indonesian Children: Faye’s Changemaker Journey
Fighting against human trafficking, abuse, and exploitation, Faye is building a safe home for Indonesia children to live lives of freedom, choice, and joy.
Ila - Strengthening young women’s voices through storytelling
Ila started to discover her changemaking power when she began to question oppressive cultural norms that hinder girls’ access to education in Bulukumba, Indonesia.
Angela - Daring young people to dream and lead in Surabaya, Indonesia
Angela’s story highlights how a group of teens can create a cultural shift towards changemaking in Surabaya, Indonesia.
RJ - Changing consumer behavior to reduce e-waste across Indonesia
Starting with a research question, RJ is dedicated to reducing electronic waste through normalizing recycling and, more importantly, sustainable consumption of electronics.
Lita - Hosting creative spaces to find your inner power in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Lita invites her peers to engage in personal exploration and intellectual bravery, while fostering an environment that supports multiculturalism and changemaking.
Jessica - Promoting diversity and inclusion among classmates in Surabaya, Indonesia
Combatting intolerance, Jessica’s initiative encourages interaction and inclusion among diverse groups of students.
Rere - Creating a culture of self-expression and positivity in Magelang, Indonesia
Rere opened a “multiliteracy” center to encourage a culture of reading, writing, and changemaking in her community.
“What can I do for my village?” Riski strives for community prosperity in Malang, Indonesia
Thanks to the support and inspiration from his family, Riski is leading initiatives that address both environmental and economic challenges to improve his village.
#LeadYoung - Ara Kusuma, changemaking for the love of cows
What if everyone grew up following their passions to change things in their communities for the better? What if we all felt supported by their families, their schools, their neighbors?