28 December 2018
28 December 2018

The reality of education in Indonesia can be said to be uneven, only the able community can take higher education and be eligible. Worth in the sense is formal education that has complete facilities. As for the disadvantaged people, they can take formal education like the others. However, they do not get the same or more exact facilities. This is all due to the high cost of education in Indonesia. There are also many children in Indonesia who cannot take formal education because of the high cost of education and they have to work early to help parents to make money. Therefore, the role of students as agents of change plays an important role in efforts to improve education in Indonesia in order to realize intelligent Indonesian children without cost constraints.

The Department of Social and the Environment BEM FEB UB examines and sees the reality and tries to help by holding a routine activity for Kakak Adik Asuh (Kadiksuh). This is proof of the realization that will be carried out by the Department of Social and the Environment during the management of the Student Executive Board in 2018. The direction that we bring in this activity is to help children who have limited education, and provide knowledge and values everyday to children who are not able. As well as a form of social sensitivity that must be possessed by every student.

It is expected that with this activity, the Department of Social and the Environment of BEM FEB UB can be a driving force to actively participate in completing the promise of independence, namely to educate the life of the nation. Children who have limitations in education and lack of understanding of the education science they have been receiving can be helped, without the need to spend the slightest expense. So, we can know the potential they have and we can help them by channeling their abilities. We also hope that later those we have given a little extra knowledge that we have can be useful for themselves, others, and the Indonesian people.

Achieved results:

  • Kadiksuh has been running 13 times in this quarter (starting September to now)
  • Already carrying out the syllabus for learning for the children who are suffering
  • Have completed the syllabus until the end of the meeting
  • It has been socialized with residents of Kadiksuh
  • Already providing financial assistance for the needs of Pak jum’s children’s school (study place owner)
  • Make absences and record the studio children
  • Inviting KM FEB UB to KADIKSUH.

The evaluation of Kadiksuh’s activities also included:

  • The absence of kadiksuh due to an X factor (Rain and the holiday schedule of the studio’s child)
  • Late in starting kadiksuh
  • The material delivered is not yet fully understood by children
  • The number of KM FEB UB that participated did not reach 100% expected (5 people 1 meeting)
  • Lack of socialization to KM FEB UB to attend kadiksuh
  • It is difficult to find a substitute for a medical day
  • The difficulty of finding data on residents around the studio
  • Lack of briefings for functionaries who attended kadiksuh