SIAGA – We’re Able (Workshop and Entrepreneurial Activity for the Differently-Abled) | Palembang

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PALEMBANG- We’re Able (Workshop and Entrepreneurial Activity for the Differently-Abled) @weareable_id was conducted this year, aiming to improve the skills of the persons with diffabilities (PWDs) to ensure their participation in the labour force. Partnering with PCMI South Sumatra, Gerkatin Palembang, PASH and other stakeholders, SSEAYP International Indonesia took part in providing free workshops for the deaf communities in South Sumatra.

Six workshops in weaving songket have been conducted, with four workshops to be implemented until early 2019. Led by Dery Marsan (IPY 2017), these workshops have benefited 25 participants and engaged youth communities in Palembang to raise awareness on inclusive society.

SIAGA is a series of social contribution activities of SSEAYP International Indonesia. Led by SSEAYP alumni, ten social projects will be implemented across the archipelago from Manokwari, Papua to Bengkulu, Sumatra. To find out more about SIAGA, follow their stories through #SSEAYPSIAGA

SSEAYP SIAGA – We're Able Palembang

PALEMBANG – We’re Able (Workshop and Entrepreneurial Activity for the Differently-Abled) was conducted this year, aiming to improve the skills of the persons with diffabilities (PWDs) to ensure their participation in the labour force. Partnering with PCMI South Sumatra, Gerkatin Palembang, PASH and other stakeholders, SSEAYP International Indonesia took part in providing free workshops for the deaf communities in South Sumatra. Six workshops in weaving songket have been conducted, with four workshops to be implemented until early 2019. Led by Dery Marsan (IPY 2017), these workshops have benefited 25 participants and engaged youth communities in Palembang to raise awareness on inclusive society. SIAGA is a series of social contribution activities of SSEAYP International Indonesia. Led by SSEAYP alumni, ten social projects will be implemented across the archipelago from Manokwari, Papua to Bengkulu, Sumatra. To find out more about SIAGA, follow their stories through #SSEAYPSIAGA#weareable #pedulidifabel #temantuli #temandengar #difabelbekerja #bisindo #gerkatin #youthproject #civicengagement #pcmisumsel #disporasumsel #kemenpora #sseayp

Posted by SSEAYP International Indonesia on Thursday, November 29, 2018

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