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IIWC21-03 INDONESIA - Educational Study Social 21/01/2021 03/02/2021

Indonesia: Teen Rangers Camp I IIWC21-03 

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 21/01/2021 - 3/02/2021 

 Additional host fee IDR 2900000




 12 volunteers 



Training related to mental health issues, Training how to create a good workshop for university or school visit, Visiting school and university, Conduct a group sharing discussion to youth community, Culture exchange between participants.

Accomodation and food

Volunteer will stay with host family with shared toilet and bathroom. Food will be provided three times a day, and self management.

Location and leisure

Volunteer can visit some touristic and historic place nearby the camp site. It’s also possible to have a coffee and tea in the nearby cofee. WiFi are provided.

Project hosted by

Adolescence or teenager (10-19 years) is a unique and formative time. Some phsical, emotional and social changes, including exposure to poverty, abuse, or violence, can make teenager get easy to be exposed by mental health problems (WHO, 2019). Globally, depression is one of the leading causes of illness and disability among teenagers. Every year, 20% of teenagers at school suffer from common mental disorders such as anxiety and depression (WHO, 2011). Indonesian Health Ministry reported that the prevalence of emotional disturbance of students at age 15 year and above is about 6% (Riset Kesehatan Dasar, 2013). This fact above reaffirms the importance of school-based mental health as a strategic program to elevate adolescent well-being. IIWC collaborates with Youth Information and Service Center (Pilar PKBI) organized this project by creating workshop to share and discuss the importance of mental health through university and school visit.

Meeting point

IIWC of PKBI office, Jembawan Raya No.8, West Semarang Municipality, Semarang City, Central Java, 50146. Time: 1 p.m of the starting date on January 21, 2021

Additional comments

Please bring cap and sun block to prevent the hot temperature. Clothes must cover the knees and shoulders. Temperature might be over 35 Celsius during the day.


We do expecting that volunteers are open minded, tolerant, respect the local custom and culture, love to learn and share.

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