Mitra Kunci

Indonesia

We work to help young people realize opportunities.

Plan International USA is a subcontractor to DAI Global, LLC on the USAID-funded Mitra Kunci project, which aims to build skills for Indonesian youth in a country where 40% of the population earns less than $2 a day.

What are we doing?

Plan contributes to the Mitra Kunci project by providing young people with skills to become productive members of the workforce. The project provides youth with technical expertise in soft-skills development, curriculum development, youth outreach and engagement, youth entrepreneurship, positive youth development, technical skills development, technical and vocational education and training (TVET), public-private partnership development and gender and inclusion.

Project

impact

$950k
in funding from USAID.
25,270
people engaged, more than half of whom were women.
13,333
people provided with workforce development programs.
Fachly has a discussion with other young people on a beach.
Fachly has a discussion with other young people on a beach.

The Mitra Kunci project seeks to ensure youth like Fachly have the opportunity to enter the workforce.

Ipar teaches his friend how to prepare banana chips.
Ipar teaches his friend how to prepare banana chips.

Mitra Kunci provides technical expertise in youth entrepreneurship, among other areas.

Cindy shows off some of the fish she caught earlier that day.
Cindy shows off some of the fish she caught earlier that day.

Girls like Cindy will should an opportunity to build and use their skills in Indonesia’s workforce.

Our projects in Indonesia

More about

Mitra Kunci

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Annual report

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