What is it?
YSEALI Seeds for the Future is a small grants competition for young leaders in Southeast Asia. The competition provides funding for the region’s most promising young leaders to carry out projects that improve their communities, countries and the region. Projects cover one of the four YSEALI themes:
- Civic Engagement
- Economic Empowerment and Social Entrepreneurship
- Environmental Issues
2021 YSEALI Seeds for the Future - Projects of the Month
The YSEALI Seeds for the Future Small Grants Competition awarded 26 projects in 2021 as part of its seventh YSEALI Seeds cohort. Check out the projects here.
This project believes in a post-COVID education system that centers around technology-enhanced and student-centered approaches that offer flexibility and a more personalized learning environment. Read more.
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This project aims to tackle food waste using the three pillars of sustainability: reducing food waste (environment) by engaging multiple sectors of the Bruneian community (society) and creating opportunities for local businesses through food upcycling projects (economy). Kilang ReRoot focuses on efficient management in every stage of the food cycle, with an emphasis on waste recovery to prevent food waste from being dumped in landfills. Read more.
Project Kayamanan provides online peer financial coaching sessions to public senior high school students in the Philippines as well as individual coaching sessions for students with families needing personal financial advice. Project Kayamanan seeks to impart fun, simple, creative, and interesting financial education to high school students so that they can teach what they learn to their fellow peers. Read more.
This project aims to develop IT knowledge in orphanage residents in South Jakarta, Indonesia. The vision of PantiCT is represented in the motto ‘level up your skill and promote yourself to reach the infinity world’. With three respective programming sessions, ‘level up’, ‘promote up’, and ‘reach infinity’, PantiCT provides tech-based training with professional mentors and company visits to get the orphans interested in basic IT skills, introduce innovation challenges, and showcase the program results. Read more.