Did you know?
Nowadays, in Indonesia, there are more than 65 million young people, defined as those between 10-24 years of age. It representing about 28% of the population. For the next 15 years or so, they will constitute the main driver of economic growth and social change in Indonesia. Like many other countries, Indonesia has a high proportion of young people and the government should plan to take advantage of the resultant 'demographic bonus' to achieve development goals. Young people has a potential to change the composition of the country.
What can (YOU)th do to support the Bonus Demographic processes?
Let's prepare yourself.
Bandung, 17 September 2014