The social project that's designed to
feed poor children and educate them at
the same time.
Indonesia’s illiteracy among children is rising at an alarming rate. In 2017 alone, 2.5 million children drop out of school. Poverty is the main reason. Parents could barely afford to put food on the table, let alone breakfast before school. So instead of school, kids resort to making money on the streets.
Hence, we introduced Clever Cash. A social project for organisation to pledge and give the poor children a little financial help. The idea is to feed them with food, and educate them at the same time, with the hope of bringing them back to school.
Work together with volunteers and teachers. Download, print and distribute Clever Cash to children who are willing to give school another chance.
Each Clever Cash note is printed with questions based on text books. The kids can find the answer from text books or get help from their teachers.
Partnering with school canteen, we organise a Clever Cash Day where children can use the Clever Cash with completed answer to buy food at the school canteen.