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YCAB FOUNDATION

Profile of the Social Enterprise | 2016


TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


THE PROBLEM: OUR YOUTH ARE NOT SELF-RELIANT

THE ROOT CAUSES OF POVERTY:

Workers with low level educational


2.5 Million children in
background: 44% Primary School 7.56 Million Indonesian are
Indonesia are not able to
graduates and 18% Junior High unemployed
continue their education
School graduates
*UNICEF data SD & SMP, 2015 *BPS data, August 2015 * BPS data, August 2015
WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


WHO WE ARE
• YCAB stands for Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (Loving the
Nation’s Children Foundation)
• Founded by Veronica Colondam in 1999.
• Our vision is to love and enable youth through hope and
opportunity. The final aim is self-reliant youth.
• Started with a Healthy Lifestyle Promotion program, then
followed with education and economic empowerment
programs for 10-24 years old youth.
• Has evolved to become a social enterprise (establishing
business units in microfinance, game centers, beauty
clinics, and a training firm to cover some of YCAB’s costs.
YCAB FOUNDATION IN BRIEF
HEADQUARTER
Jakarta, Indonesia
WHAT WE DO
Youth development in areas of health, education & economic empowerment

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE
7 countries, worldwide (1999-2016)
77 cities in 26 provinces in Indonesia (1999-2016)
OUR TEAM / IMPLEMENTING PARTNERS
173 employees at the foundation, 848 employees as a social enterprise (2016)
25,104 volunteers from 33 countries (1999-2016)
9,393 Schools / local NGOs as our implementing partners (1999-2016)

FUNDING / IN-KIND DONATION


Total Funding of IDR 22.51 Billion (USD 1.7 Million) in 2016:
External source (corporates/donors, individuals): IDR 16.27 Billion (72%)
Internal contribution (social enterprises, founder): IDR 6.24 Billion (28%)
ACHIEVEMENT
#44 Top 500 NGO (Global Journal, Geneva), 2016
UN General Consultative Status of Economic and Social Council, 2016
The first NGO in Indonesia to be certified ISO 9001:2008, 2008-2016
YCAB CORE VALUES

i-SERVE
Integrity | Service | Empathy | Resilience | Vibrancy | Excellence
YCAB EVOLUTION INTO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

Launched YCAB’s 1st pillar, • Established YADA Launched the 2nd pillar, Established PT. Pelangi Jaya
HeLP (Healthy Lifestyle (1st BU) HoLD (House of Learning (2nd BU)
Promotion) • Began to evolve into a and Development)
social enterprise
YCAB EVOLUTION INTO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

Launched the 3rd pillar, • Special consultative status • Achieved ISO 9001:2008 • Kicked off Angel of
HOpE (Hands on from UN-ECOSOC certification for NGO (first Change Campaign
Operation for in Indonesia)
• Established Beauty Inc.(3rd
Entrepreneurship/ • Established YCAB
BU)
Employment) • Self-sustainable (in terms Cooperative (4th BU):
• Established YCAB of back office costs) Mission Driven
International Inc. in Atlanta, Microfinance (MFi)
Georgia USA Program
YCAB EVOLUTION INTO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

• Received 501(c)(3) status • Received Social • Reached out to • Activated 5 International


for YCAB Int’l Entrepreneur of the Year 2 Mn youth programs
Award by EY
• Piloted Social Investment • Received Schwab • Ranked 74th in the Top
Program • Established Terrazone Foundation Social 100 NGO
(5th BU) Entrepreneurship Award by
World Economic Forum
YCAB EVOLUTION INTO SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

Financial Inclusion Award • Reached out to • Rank 44th in the Global • Reaching out to
by Indonesian Financial 3 Mn youth Top 500 NGO 5 Mn youth
Services Authorities (OJK) • General Consultative
• YCAB Ventures (6th BU)
Status from UN-ECOSOC • Raising up to US$50 Mn
• Licensed by Financial
(impact fund & partnership)
Service Authorities (OJK)
• PT Pelangi became PT Flip
• Ranked 63rd in the Top 500
NGO by The Global Geneva
WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


OUR PROGRAM PILLARS
SNAPSHOTS OF OUR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

University Scholarship Program


and English classes in LAOS Digital Inclusion class in Myanmar

Youthpreneur Work readiness workshop English Course

Vocational Training Batik Learning House Mobile Learning


WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


OUR PROGRAM FOOTPRINTS

7 Countries

77 Cities in 26 provinces
In Indonesia

*Baased on Dec 2015 data


WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


YCAB PREMISE FOR CHANGE

Self-Reliant Mission-driven
SNAPSHOTS OF OUR MICROFINANCE ACTIVITIES
WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


OUR PARTNERS
OUR PARTNERS
WHY WE EXIST

WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

WHERE WE WORK

HOW WE SUSTAIN OUR WORK

WHO WE WORK WITH

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED


OUR OVERALL PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT*

TOTAL OUTREACH : 3,244,674 YOUTH

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT EDUCATION

344,016 2,809,703
Estimated indirect beneficiaries Youth received soft skill training

88,130 42,965
Microfinance Clients Youth continued education

IDR 575.34 Bn 31,083


Total disbursement Certificates granted

72% 76
Working graduates** Learning Centers

3,340 9,393
Jobs / Businesses created Schools / Implementing Partners
*as of Dec 2016 (accumulative)
** In the period of one year after graduation
THE RESULTS OF OUR MICROFINANCE CLIENTS

Indicators 2016 Results

• Percentage of clients with 30% or more • 65% of clients increased their revenue by 30% or
revenue increase more after 1-2 years of intervention by YCAB; 60%
after 3-7 years of intervention.
Business size
• Percentage of clients with 30% or more profit • 82% of clients increase their profit by 30% or more
increase after 1-2 years of intervention by YCAB; 83% of clients
after 3-7 years of intervention.

• Food Security: hunger level • 99% of clients eat enough food for the past one year
Living • Ability for home improvement • 0,5% of clients are able to renovate their houses
standard • Ability to have savings • 53% of clients can have savings, who previously could
not have any savings.

• Self Efficacy level of clients • 72% of clients reported a higher level of confidence in
planning the future, 73% in solving problems, and
74% in making decisions.
Access to • Participation in capability building programs • 3% of clients participated in financial inclusion
"money minded" training and parenting skills. Those
education participating in financial training increased their
revenue significantly.
• Few dropouts among clients’ children • 1.0% dropout rate, compared to 11.8% dropout rate
among low income in Indonesia.

Increase in income, savings amount & average size of loan increase could be tracked
TESTIMONIES

Increase in income, savings amount & average size of loan increase could be tracked
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