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Fully-Funded Applicant

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Already Paid (Fully-Funded)

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Self-Funded Applicant

Last Update : 5 January 2020, 04.30 WIB

Nations : 23

Country Fully Self Total
๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Indonesia 106 16 122
๐Ÿ‡ป๐Ÿ‡ณ Vietnam 69 2 71
๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ผ Taiwan 29 0 29
๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ Philippines 11 1 12
๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฉ Bangladesh 5 0 5
๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ซ Afghanistan 4 0 4
๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ญ Cambodia 4 0 4
๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ India 4 0 4
๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ฐ Pakistan 4 0 4
๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฒ Myanmar 3 0 3
๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Hongkong 2 0 2
๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Sri Lanka 2 0 2
๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ณ Brunei Darussalam 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ China 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ฌ Egypt 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ต Japan 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ท Liberia 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ Malaysia 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ณ Mongolia 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ต Nepal 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฌ Nigeria 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ Singapore 1 0 1
๐Ÿ‡พ๐Ÿ‡ช Yemen 1 0 1
โ” Unknown 2 0 2

Total Provinsi : 24

Lihat juga : Infografis LFM Indonesia (Final)
Provinsi Fully Self Total
NTB 15 2 17
Jawa Tengah 15 1 16
Jawa Barat 12 1 13
Jawa Timur 12 1 13
DKI Jakarta 8 3 11
Sumatera Utara 8 0 8
Sulawesi Selatan 7 0 7
Maluku 3 1 4
Riau 3 1 4
Aceh 2 1 3
Bali 3 0 3
Kalimantan Tengah 3 0 3
Yogyakarta 3 0 3
Banten 2 0 2
Bengkulu 1 1 2
Kalimantan Selatan 1 1 2
Kalimantan Timur 1 1 2
Sumatera Barat 2 0 2
Sumatera Selatan 0 2 2
Jambi 1 0 1
Kalimantan Barat 1 0 1
Lampung 1 0 1
NTT 1 0 1
Sulawesi Barat 1 0 1

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The Exchange Program is an international student exchange program with various levels, ranging from high school students, university students, and a fresh graduate. Our commitment is to create Short Course Exchange Programs such as Symposiums, Seminars, Site Visits and Volunteering so that Indonesian and International youth can join and express their ideas for the benefit of the World. In addition, the Exchange program is also expected to provide new understanding for all Indonesian youth so that they can take lessons from other countries and can be applied in daily life and become a provision to advance the nation.

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia with the number of population is 28 million people with an area of 329,847 km2. With the width of the area and the number of the population, many residents around Malaysia and Asia flocked to Malaysia to look for a better livelihood. Malaysia itself has become a destination for migrant workers, especially from Indonesia. The number of migrant populations in Malaysia alone reaches 2,469,173 or around 8.3% of the original Malaysian population. With the high demand for labor, opportunities to live and work, and high interest from migrant workers, the number of migrants can continue to grow. As the number of migrants increases, so do the problems that must be faced. Malaysia itself is known as the country with the highest number of Indonesian migrant workers, with 88 thousand, followed by Hong Kong with 68 thousand people, Taiwan with 62 thousand people, Singapore with 13 thousand people, and Saudi Arabia with 6 thousand people. With the number of Indonesian Migrant Workers which is quite large, every year there are cases that befall these migrant workers.According to data from Migrant CARE cases against Indonesia migrant workers recorded from 2014 were 72 cases, in 2015 there were 68 cases, 2016 amounted to 132 cases and in 2017 became 200 cases. Being a migrant worker in a foreign country is not easy, there are many risks
that must be faced by our migrant workers. The risk most frequently encountered by job seekers has been prone to fraud, both by agents of the migrant workers and the workplaces of migrants. The contract
mismatch is the most common thing. Furthermore, extortion, prone to torture due to low competence, human trafficking, sexual harassment and so on. All of the above are risks that must be faced by migrant workers, especially illegal migrant workers who do not have clear documents. The problems that occur in Malaysia are not only limited to migrant workers who experience violence, human trafficking, or illegal workers, but there are also social problems affecting families of migrant workers who are descendants in Malaysia. Many of the children of Indonesian migrant
workers do not have birth records because their parents do not have legal marriage records, their education is neglected, also the lack of knowledge of the social and cultural life of their parents’ home countries and because of that their future is still unclear. Indonesia Youth Change Makers want to
organize an empowerment and assistance program for the children of Indonesian migrant workers so that they can get a proper education and get the identity, diplomas and access that should be received by the children of migrant workers.In Malaysia, there are schools that are built to accommodate the children of migrant workers, both legal and illegal, called Sekolah Indonesia Kuala Lumpur (SIKL). The school, which was established in 1969, is under the auspices of the Indonesian Embassy (KBRI), where the school provides educational services from kindergartens to high schools. Next the school is located in the city of Klang, the state of Selangor, Malaysia. This school is called the Indonesian Citizen Education Center (PPWNI) Bayu Perdana Klang. This school was built by Ungku Raja Kamaruddin, who is concerned about the fate of the children of illegal migrant workers who
cannot access formal education in Malaysia because they do not have a residence permit or are undocumented. This school is actually a
school that is not officially registered with the Malaysian government, so it is common when there are inspections from Malaysian security forces, the children of Indonesian illegal migrant workers must run and hide, although Ungku Raja guarantees that these children will not detain in the inspection.
  • Supporting higher educations for Indonesian kids in Malaysia;
  • Increasing the devotion of every Indonesian child in Malaysia to Indonesia as a homeland;
  • Providing meaningful experiences for participants in terms of volunteering and helping fellow Indonesian citizens;
  • Helping all participants to understanding the mechanism and procedures for consular labor migrants;
  • Know and Understand how the Rohingya refugees have been.

[ Activity Plans ]

[ Rundown ]

โ€‹Sunday, 15 March 2020

Time (WIB)Activities
12.00Arrival in Kuala Lumpur
14.00FREE TIME
19.00Briefing
14.00Take a rest
Monday, 16 March 2020
Time (WIB) Activities
06.00 Breakfast and preparing
08.00 Visit Indonesian Embassy
12.00 Break and lunch
14.00 Visit Human Aid Selangor to discuss with Rohingya Refugees
19.00 Discussion
21.00 Take a rest
Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Time (WIB) Activities
06.00 Breakfast and preparing
08.00 Teach Indonesian Students
12.00 Break and lunch
14.00 Introducing with people near PPWNI School
16.00 REHERSAL
19.00 Dinner & discussion
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Time (WIB) Activities
06.00 Breakfast and preparing
08.00 Teach Indonesian Students
12.00 Break and lunch
13.00 REHERSAL
19.00 Dinner & discussion

Thursday, 19 March 2020

Time (WIB)Activities
06.00Breakfast and preparing
08.00Teach Indonesian Students
12.00Break and lunch
14.00Cooking & introduce Indonesian Food
17.00Dinner together
19.00Discussion

Friday, 20 March 2020

Time (WIB)Activities
06.00Breakfast and preparing
08.00Teach Indonesian Students
12.00Break and lunch
14.00LAST REHERSAL
16.00FREE TIME
19.00Discussion

Saturday, 21 March 2020

Time (WIB)Activities
06.00Breakfast and preparing
08.00Teach Indonesian Students
12.00Break and lunch
14.00Art Performance by PPWNI Students
19.00Dinner
20.00FREE TIME
Saturday, 21 March 2020
Time (WIB) Activities
06.00 Breakfast and preparing
10.00 Departure

[ Registration ]

  1. Youth age 16-25 years old;
  2. Active student/ university student/ fresh graduate from Indonesia and Overseas;
  3. Can communicate and work in teams;
  4. Ready to follow all the rules set by IYCMS;
  5. Having commitment and dedication to serve;
  6. Has a strong character and spirit.
Fully FundedSelf Funded
Registration
18 November 2019 – 4 January 2020
Registration
18 November 2019 – 4 January 2020
First Selection Announcement
5 January 2020
First Selection Announcement
5 January 2020
Second Selection (Power Point)
5 – 18 January 2020
Second Selection (Interview)
6 – 7 January 2020
Second Selection Announcement
22 January 2020
Final Selection Announcement
8 January 2020
Third Selection (Interview)
27 – 28 January 2020
Confirmation Deadline
18 January 2020
Final Announcement
30 January 2020
Payment Schedule
8 January – 29 February 2020
Confirmation Deadline
3 February 2020
Registration Fee for Fully-Funded
  1. Registration fee is only for Fully Funded applicants; Self-Funded applicants are free from the registration free.
  2. The applicants are required to pay a registration fee of IDR 100,000 for Indonesian registrants, and USD 8 for international registrants;
  3. The applicants can make the payment of the registration fee by choosing one of the methods bellow:
    1. CIMB Niaga (Bagus Rifky Maulana), account number 704-336-475-300, bank code (022);
    2. OVO Transfer to +62 823 3927 2133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    3. Go-Pay Transfer to +62 823 3927 2133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    4. Link Aja Transfer to +62 823 3927 2133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    5. Pay Pal Transfer to https://www.paypal.me/bagusrifkymaulana
  4. Please inform the committee if you have made the payment by sending the receipt to Official IYCMS WhatsApp (+62 852 3717 2113) with the subject is REGISTRATION LF Malaysia_Your Name.

Program Fee for Self-Funded

  1. Self-funded participants must pay the program fee IDR 2,8750,000 or USD 210. The committee provide payment installments method if you only have partly funds:
    1. First Installment: IDR 500,000 start from January 8th โ€“ 18th 2020;
    2. Second Installment: IDR 1,500,000 start from January 18th โ€“ February 15th 2020;
    3. Third Installment: IDR 875,000 start from February 15th โ€“ 29th 2020.
  2. Self-funded participants are allowed to make the full payment if you already have the full funds.
  3. The participants can make the payment of the program fee by choosing one of the methods bellow:
    1. CIMB Niaga (Bagus Rifky Maulana), account number 704-336-475-300, bank code (022);
    2. OVO Transfer to +6282339272133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    3. Go-Pay Transfer to +6282339272133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    4. Link Aja Transfer to +6282339272133 (Bagus Rifky Maulana);
    5. Pay Pal Transfer to https://www.paypal.me/bagusrifkymaulana
  4. Please inform the committee if you have made the payment by sending the receipt to Official IYCMS WhatsApp (+62 852 3717 2113) with the subject is REGISTRATION LF Malaysia_Your Name
  1. Return Flight Ticket (Fully Funded Only);
  2. Accommodation;
  3. Transportation;
  4. Halal Meals during the program;
  5. Tool Kit (Program Vest, Note, Pen, Tote bag);
  6. Insurance;
  7. Licensing and Security;
  8. Full Time LO Assistance;
  9. International Certificate;
  10. Visit to Indonesian Embassy Kuala Lumpur and Rohingyaโ€™s Education Centre;
  11. Good Networking and Friendship Building.
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