World Education is dedicated to improving the lives of the poor through education, and economic and social development programs.

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Indonesia

World Education began working in Indonesia in 1991 through a pilot project to improve the environmental management of a network of Indonesian NGOs. The project trained farmers and NGO staff in integrated pest management field school methodology. Over the years, World Education became a leader in implementing community-based sustainable agriculture and integrated conservation programs that address deforestation and other environmental threats throughout the country. Other World Education projects in Indonesia have focused on basic education, at-risk youth development, and microfinance.

Currently, World Education is supporting the Government of Indonesia’s decentralization initiatives by strengthening provincial, district, and local training capacity through the USAID-funded Prioritizing Reform, Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia’s Teachers, Administrators and Students (PRIORITAS) project.
 

Featured Projects

View details: Improved Livelihoods for Smallholder Farmers in West Kalimantan: <br>Good Return – Keling Kumang Partnership

Improved Livelihoods for Smallholder Farmers in West Kalimantan:
Good Return – Keling Kumang Partnership

World Education Australia is helping build capacity in financial literacy and sustainable agriculture.

View details: Prioritizing Reform, Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia's Teachers, Administrators, and Students (PRIORITAS) Indonesia

Prioritizing Reform, Innovation and Opportunities for Reaching Indonesia's Teachers, Administrators, and Students (PRIORITAS) Indonesia

The PRIORITAS project is helping the Ministries of National Education and Religious Affairs to decentralize basic education by improving teaching at the primary and junior secondary levels, and strengthening local school governance and management.

View details: ConnectEd

ConnectEd

The ConnectEd program addressed factors limiting the work and life options of disadvantaged youth by improving learning outcomes, preparedness for the world of work and civic engagement of disadvantaged youth.

 

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Features

View details: Next Stop: University

Next Stop: University

Yuliana's dedication to education won her a ConnectEd scholarship.

View details: Learning, Growing, and Learning to Grow

Learning, Growing, and Learning to Grow

At the Learning Farm, former street kids learn about organic farming and build skills that will enable them to have a productive future.

View details: Escaping The Streets Through Technology

Escaping The Streets Through Technology

Ucay was raised in an orphanage, but by the age of thirteen he was living on the streets.