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Everyone knows something that you don’t.

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Everyone knows something that you don’t. Extended exchanges and interactions facilitate a gaining of knowledge, essentially, learning. As an organization that provides education to children and more specifically street children around Yogyakarta, Rumah Impian also functions as a place where local and international volunteers can learn alongside the children. For the past month or so, […]

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A Little Dream from Prambanan

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“Kalau sapi sing ning lapangan kuwi yo gedhe, wernane putih, anakke yo gedhe.” The babbling of a little girl under a bridge. This child is so happy and excited to tell the various things he has encountered around him. Rara this beautiful and always cheerful girl walked on the age of five, the age where […]

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My Little Story to Pursue My Dream

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Hi, my name is Ani, and I want to share the experiences I’ve had in the world of lectures. I’ve been a student at a private university in Yogyakarta for two semesters now, something I never imagined was possible before. I’m still unsure how I got to where I am now, but I do know […]

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Moving Toward My Dream

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I’m, Lina, have been with Yayasan Rumah Impian Indonesia since 2010. Before joining this foundation and going to school again, I worked as a merchant in Lempuyangan Market. My long working hours start from 4 am to 4 pm, but finally I gave up because my body is not strong. A friend offered me a […]

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SOLIDARITY THAT TRANSFORMS

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By Sammy Ladh Street children The existence of street children in Indonesia has been recorded since the 1980s, but since the multidimensional crisis in mid-1997, the number of street children increased rapidly. According to data from the Center for Data and Information (Pusdatin) Department of Social Affairs, the number of street children from year to […]