Supporting Indonesian Education

Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and PT Matahari Putra Prima, Tbk proves their commitment to developing Indonesian children's education under the corporate social responsibility program, collaborating with the Indonesian National Committee for UNESCO and Vocational Education Department - Education and Cultural Ministry.

Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and PT Matahari Putra Prima, Tbk proves their commitment in developing Indonesian children education under the CSR Program, collaborating with Indonesian National Committee for UNESCO and Vocational Education Department - Education and Cultural Ministry.

According to  Vocational Education Department data, there are 1-2 million Junior High graduate cannot continue their education, every year. Consequently, these young generations apparently stop their education and start earning money on the street to help their parents.

Based on the fact, CCAI and MPP signed letter of agreement “Empowerment Education for Young Generation” on November 11, 2011, attended by Director General of Vocational Education Hamid Muhammad, P.hD, and KNIU Chairman, Prof. Dr. Arief Rachman, M.Pd

3 Vocational Schools in Jakarta, Banten, and West Java will get multimedia equipment facilities. These vocational schools are SMK Diponegoro 1 - Rawamangun, SMK Khazanah Kebajikan - Banten, and SMK Yapia - Parung.

In the first charity event at SMK Diponegoro 1, students are expected to not only use, but also create multimedia equipment, i.e. notebook and in focus. “This action is a real contribution to support government’s effort to enhance the quality of Indonesian education,” said Hamid Muhammad. “For in the 2012, we are planning to create Learning Compulsory 2012 and focus on the quality of vocational school graduates to become an independent entrepreneur.”

Deva Rachman, National Corporate Affairs Manager CCAI said, “We hope that this amazing work will be beneficial in their future and they can build their own business center.”

“We have been in the partnership with CCAI for a long time. We are so happy that we can collaborate not only in the business, but also in the effort to enhance our children education. We hope that this program will support our young generation to face the global competition and create great entrepreneurs,” said Mesvhara Kanjaya, Marketing & Merchandising Director, MPP.