SOLS Indonesia

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What is SOLS Indonesia?

SOLS 24/7 Indonesia is the Indonesian branch of the international non-profit and humanitarian organization SOLS 24/7 Malaysia. The official seat is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. With an intention to bring English education, IT training and Solar Energy into the country in order to benefit underprivileged communities, SOLS Indonesia aims to provide opportunities to those who will inevitably be left behind as the country continues developing rapidly.

 

Why does SOLS Indonesia exist?

Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world. It is home to a staggering 257.6 million people scattered across 18,307 islands. It is in the South East Asian region, a region of tremendous and explosive growth, expected to be the site of the world’s next economic boom.

The development in Indonesia is occurring at breathtaking speed; but amongst all this development, there are communities who are bound to be left behind. SOLS Indonesia exists as an attempt to allow all of Indonesian society to participate in the coming opportunities of the future.

 

What does SOLS Indonesia do?

Education

English Communicative Skill delivery, Google Apps for Education and online resources training to bridge the digital divide and improve employability.

Energy

Participate in the burgeoning solar market in Indonesia, providing cheap energy to an equatorial country.

Why work with us?

We are experts in designing, implementing and managing CSR initiatives for our clients and we work closely with Government agencies, corporate foundations, and NGOs, to deliver educational solutions to underserved communities. Each programme is tailor-made to meet the needs of our communities and the CSR objectives of our partners. We also operate social enterprises in the fields of Education, and Energy, whose profits are used to sustain the operations of our non-profit activities.

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