Journey to Impact

Bringing Hope and Change to Indonesia's Youth Through Social Entrepreneurship

Veronica Colondam | Editions Didier Millet | 2017

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Veronica Colondam established the YCAB Foundation in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1999. YCAB stands for Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa, which translates from Indonesian to English as ‘Loving the Nation’s Children Foundation’. The foundation is dedicated to the betterment of children’s lives through education and financial assistance. Veronica and YCAB’s stories are inextricably intertwined and Journey to Impact tells both. Veronica is open and honest about the steep learning curve she encountered in the early years of YCAB, detailing what she learnt from her failures and struggles, as well as how she achieved her successes.

Personal insights into an extraordinary organisation by its founder and compelling story of personal and institutional development.

ISBN: 9789814610520

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 224

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

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Bringing Hope and Change to Indonesia's Youth Through Social Entrepreneurship

Veronica Colondam established the YCAB Foundation in Jakarta, Indonesia in 1999. YCAB stands for Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa, which translates from Indonesian to English as ‘Loving the Nation’s Children Foundation’. The foundation is dedicated to the betterment of children’s lives through education and financial assistance. Veronica and YCAB’s stories are inextricably intertwined and Journey to Impact tells both. Veronica is open and honest about the steep learning curve she encountered in the early years of YCAB, detailing what she learnt from her failures and struggles, as well as how she achieved her successes.

As of June 2017, YCAB Foundation is ranked 44th on the list of the world’s top 500 NGOs as determined by NGO Advisor in Geneva.

Personal insights into an extraordinary organisation by its founder and compelling story of personal and institutional development.

ISBN: 9789814610520

Cover Type: Softcover

Page Count: 224

Year Published: 2017

Language: English

Veronica Colondam

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Editions Didier Millet (EDM) was founded in 1989 in Paris by Didier Millet. He opened a branch of EDM in Singapore in 1990, which soon established itself as the headquarters and centre of the business. Today, EDM has offices in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. We also work closely with our sister company, Les Editions du Pacifique, based in Paris.

The company currently employs 20 staff members: 10 in Singapore, six in Kuala Lumpur, and four in Bangkok. These are predominantly editors and graphic designers with staff also working in sales, marketing, production and accounts.

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