YSEALI Impact eXL Regional Workshop Officially Closed


#; Photo caption, the Indonesian Menpora represented by the Expert Staff of the Creative Economy Sector Jonni Mardizal,
DETEKSIPOST.COM – KUTA – BALI, – The Indonesian Menpora represented by the Expert Staff of the Creative Economy Sector Jonni Mardizal,”We convey a very high appreciation to the Government of the United States of America, who initiated this activity.
.”So that it can gather young people in ASEAN, especially those who are engaged in entrepreneurship and are expected to be leaders in the future.” Jonni.
besides, “Indonesia is proud to be the regional host of this workshop, especially environmental issues can be a tuming point to develop social entrepreneurship, such as the participants in Bali at this time.”
while the Indonesian people are now waiting for the rise of young people to start building a future Indonesian dream.
According to Jonni Mardizal. .to build collective optimism, that one day young people will be able to realize Indonesian dreams and become honorable among other nations in the world, this nation needs to dream of leading the world one day. ”
Deputy Ambassador of the US Embassy Heather Variava and Christine getzler-vaughan Head of Public Relations of the United States Consul General in Surabaya.
So, YSEALI Impact eXL Regional Workshop officially closed in Kuta Bali on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.
.Deputy Ambassador of the US Embassy in Jakarta Heather Variava said that America was optimistic about the future together.
“We strongly believe that young people in Southeast Asia are leading the way towards a brighter future for themselves, for their communities and for their countries,” said Heather Variava in the closing ceremony held at Anvaya Hotel, Kuta, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 .
according to Variava, Asean is considered to be an important region that has a strong influence in the Indo-Pacific. Therefore, the United States involves ASEAN with the principles of mutual benefit for all countries.
to date, 2,458 young leaders have participated in YSEALI events around the ASEAN region, including workshops. In addition, 1,727 young people have been to the United States through YSEALI’s academic and professional exchange programs.
launched in 2013, the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) is a US government program to strengthen leadership development and networking in Southeast Asia.
through various programs and engagements, including US cultural and educational exchanges, regional exchanges, and initial funding, YSEALI seeks to build the leadership capabilities of young people in the region, strengthen ties between the United States and Southeast Asia, and foster the ASEAN community.(Team)