Yayasan Kampus Diakoneia (KDM) cares for street children. The non-profit organisation seeks to remove children from the streets and give them an education. Through its entrepreneurial programme, the children learn life skills and are given opportunities in traineeship in order to start a life of their own.
Through Born to Be, Deutsche Bank funds several programmes such as Music, Art, Computer, and Cooking in KDM.
Reliable and affordable healthcare should be made accessible to all, and Yayasan Rumah Rachel is starting with young nurses. In partnership with Deutsche Bank, Yayasan Rumah Rachel has launched the Clinic-in-a-Box programme, which trains young nurses in their formative years, intervening early in the hope of bringing lasting and sustainable change to the Indonesia healthcare system.
The impact here is two-fold. The student nurses will be equipped with palliative care and homecare skills. Combined with business and financial management tools, this programme will allow the nurses to be frontline quality healthcare providers in Indonesia, helping them to become the skilled nurses they were born to be.