Over the past decade, the Indonesian economy has made significant strides towards a prosperous future for the country’s 240 million people. A new generation of skilled professionals is expected to play a vital role in transforming Indonesia into a competitive, knowledge-based nation—but more initiatives are needed to better prepare these youth for gainful employment.
This is part of a series of articles where nonprofit IT professionals share with us how technology has enhanced operations where they work.Despite only having 33 full-time employees, the Korean Association of Social Workers (KASW) serves 630,000 social workers in South Korea. With the aim of improving the quality of the social work profession, KASW works to influence government legislation that protects the rights of social workers.
YouthSpark Profiles highlight young people in Asia Pacific who are dedicated to changing the world through technology, and inspiring others along the way.