Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming

by The Learning Farm
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming
Save 45 Vulnerable Youth through Organic Farming

Project Report | Mar 15, 2024
TLF Merdeka Class "Independent Class"

By Rathy | Public Relations

TLF students are performing music as Merdeka Class
TLF students are performing music as Merdeka Class

"Kelas Merdeka" or Independent Class: Being independent in learning means that students have the freedom to think and express themselves. This is one of the government programs in the world of education that TLF is trying to implement as well. In this case, "Merdeka" is class-based learning where students are free to explore various fields including Music, Literacy, Catering, and Handicrafts.

Merdeka Belajar is a program initiated by the Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology as an effort to realize freedom in learning. With the Freedom to Learn program, the government hopes to provide high-quality education for all students in Indonesia.

According to a student survey in the last batch, the Merdeka Class is one of the classes most liked by students. Because they can explore for themselves what fields they will study independently. So, there is no pressure or demand for students that forces them to study.

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The Learning Farm

Location: Cianjur, Jawa Barat - Indonesia
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Project Leader:
Rachmawati Solihah
Cianjur , Jawa Barat Indonesia
$29,200 raised of $39,875 goal
 
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