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Am I too young? | Faye Simanjuntak | TEDxYouth@SPH
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TEDxYouth@SPH was an independently organized TED event held on February 20, 2016 at @america, Pacific Place, Jakarta.

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Faye Simanjuntak is an avid reader, traveller, but ultimately lover of her native nation, Indonesia. Because of this, Faye considers herself a nationalist and highly appreciates the beauty of her country, which is her drive to helping Indonesian children and establishing her own NGO (Non - Governmental Organization) ‘Rumah Faye’ at the age of nine. As of today, Faye will be launching the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) in September and has had the opportunity to meet various world leaders, including Indonesia’s ministers and President Joko Widodo in further discussing education and legal rights. Faye’s passion is ultimately what makes her a catalyst for change.

More about Rumah Faye here: http://www.rumahfaye.or.id/index/id
More about TEDxYouth@SPH 2016 here: http://tedxyouth-sph.com

Faye Simanjuntak is an avid reader, traveller, but ultimately lover of her native nation, Indonesia. Because of this, Faye considers herself a nationalist and highly appreciates the beauty of her country, which is her drive to helping Indonesian children and establishing her own NGO (Non - Governmental Organization) ‘Rumah Faye’ at the age of nine. As of today, Faye will be launching the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) in September and has had the opportunity to meet various world leaders, including Indonesia’s ministers and President Joko Widodo in further discussing education and legal rights. Faye’s passion is ultimately what makes her a catalyst for change.

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