Blog and Publication
Teacher training for Elementary School Teachers in Cipanas, West Java
From November to December 2020, Yayasan Usaha Mulia successfully conducted a 3-week training session for elementary school teachers in Cipanas, West Java, Indonesia.
Bringing clean water to Tumbang Tahai village
About 24 million Indonesians still lack safe water. The use of contaminated water for drinking, cooking and washing correlates directly with the high incidence of a wide range of preventable diseases.
Students in rural areas struggling during COVID-19: Mida's story
The biggest obstacle children are facing are a lack of internet access and electronic device. Will you help them?
Stunting Prevention Initiative: Santi's story
When Santi became pregnant with her first child, she prayed her baby would grow healthy and strong. But, he turned out to be small for his age. At 13 months, her son Walid was diagnosed as being "stunted."
Stunting Prevention Initiative: Training for Volunteer Health Workers
“It is good to finally be able to measure the ideal height and weight of children. Now I can better inform the parents in my health post about the growth of their children.” - Lia, volunteer health worker.