Afterschool STEM programming and maker space for underprivileged children
Youth education program on Borneo Island focusing on the marine ecosystem
Raising awareness and money to end poverty for women working in the garment industry
Environmental-advocacy programming for kids aged 7-12 in three cities
Training young entrepreneurs to tackle environmental challenges
Environmental advocacy training program for secondary school students
Environmental filmmaking workshop that will award one group funds to produce a documentary
Public events and workshops to educate children about environmental issues
Boat bringing educational programming and materials to disadvantaged youth
Gardening and agri-preneurship training to help alleviate hunger in rural Philippines
Extracurricular urban farming program in 3 Indonesian schools
Producing reusable pads and educating women on green feminine hygiene
Training teachers on how to teach children with disabilities or language challenges
Comprehensive literacy program designed for native Malaysian speakers
Events in nine cities to rapidly prototype ideas on “Technopreneurship for Gender Equality”
Training the next generation of organic farmers in the Mekong Region
Equipping future lawyers with the tools to carry out pro bono work
University bike share and cycling advocacy program
Program/event bringing 25 fellows together to learn about environmental peace-building
Six-day camp for young adults to address the issue of gender inequality
Launched in 2013, the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) is the U.S. government’s signature program to strengthen leadership development and networking in Southeast Asia. Through a variety of programs and engagements, YSEALI seeks to build the leadership capabilities of youth in the region, strengthen ties between the United States and Southeast Asia, and nurture an ASEAN community of leaders who work across borders to solve common issues.
Approximately 65% of people in the ASEAN region are under the age of 35. YSEALI is an effort to harness the extraordinary potential of youth in the region to address critical challenges and expand opportunities.
The YSEALI community consists of bright young leaders, 18–35 years old, from Brunei,Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Laos, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam who are making a difference in their communities, countries, and the region. Learn more about the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative at yseali.state.gov and join the official YSEALI social media communities on Facebook and Twitter.
The YSEALI Seeds for the Future program is sponsored by U.S. Department of State and is funded through a grant from the U.S. Mission to ASEAN. Cultural Vistas will administer the program through 2017.
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