We are proud to announce that Planet Indonesia has been awarded a grant from the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs through the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF).
This year more than 800 proposals were submitted and 48 winning teams were chosen from 43 different countries.
For this project Planet Indonesia will be partnering with The Little Circle Foundation in Bali to create Youth Climate Change Awareness and Leadership Camps.
Amongst the seven members on the AEIF application team were Elizabeth Kennedy (Member of the Board), Dylan Kitts (Member of the Board), and Adam Miller (Executive Director and Founder) from the Planet Indonesia family. All three alumni from the Fulbright program in Indonesia.
We are excited for the upcoming months and to work together with the Little Circle Foundation to empower youth and mobilize communities to better mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Check out the State Department's announcement here.
Congratulations to the AEIF team, Planet Indonesia, and The Little Circle Foundation for securing this partnership.