After three years, it has indeed been a long journey. This was the same impression the indigenous youth who came from various nooks of the archipelago had when they first arrived in Bogor, West Java to take part in a series of trainings.
The intense energy and inspiration to revive indigenous culture that translates to replicating the traditional ways of the ancestors was shared by indigenous girls and boys who came from 15 provinces in Indonesia. They had an extraordinary camping experience which included learning about documentation through text (writing), photos, and videos.
The Indigenous Youth Live-In camp was a ground breaking experience where indigenous youths were sent to the five regions of Maluku, Jambi, North Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, and North Sumatera. Three weeks of community immersion exposed the youths to cultural diversity of indigenous life.