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The New Cha-Ching Curriculum Program is Greeted with Great Enthusiasm in Sidoarjo
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Prestasi Junior Indonesia is pleased to have an opportunity to work with the Prudence Foundation and Education Authorities from Kebupaten Sidoarjo to implement a brand-new initiative in support of creating an improved awareness of the management of money for the young. At class three level up to 28,000 students will…

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Young Entrepreneurs from Indonesia shine at the 2017 JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year awards in Tokyo, Japan.
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2017 marked the 7th Junior Achievement Asia Pacific Company of the Year Competition involving 76 students representing 19 student companies from 13 nations, the largest representation since the competition started in 2011. The student companies represented 13 nations including: Brunei, China, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia,…

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Taman Mataram in Action
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Driving past Taman Mataram Park yesterday we were pleased to see a group of young people having a lot of fun playing the financial literacy activities in the park. In their own time, after school, they decided to participate in the budgeting activity as teams and their competitive natures came…

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AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH BROUGHT TO STUDENTS BY CITIBANK INDONESIA
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The new year sees the beginning of the Citibank supported Junior Achievement and Agent Penny digital initiatives in selected schools in the Greater Jakarta area, Bandung and Surabaya. The first of these, known as the ‘Integrated Approach of Digital Financial Literacy Education for Children’ began at Pembangunan Jaya in January…

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ANAK CERDAS MEETS THE PRESS
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To celebrate its first year of implementation the Anak Cerdas financial literacy program, supported by HSBC, was showcased in front of the media at State Elementary School 12 Jakarta on Tuesday 29 September. A classroom full of third graders participated in the lessons of JA Ourselves using the digital format…

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VOLUNTEERING FROM BANK EKONOMI PERSONNEL ENABLES SENIOR STUDENTS TO UNDERSTAND BASIC PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
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An enthusiastic group of Bank Ekonomi volunteers worked with students from SMAN 1 in Samarinda and SMKN 1 in Balikpapan on the 20 and 21 October. The volunteers engaged students in the JA personal Finance program and emphasised the importance of budgeting, understanding investment opportunities and awareness of risk. Using…

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