To conclude “Light The Mind” program, a workshop was held in Bandung on May 6th 2019. Attended by 12 students from Bandung Institute of Technology, the workshop focused on digitalizing the process of the workshop by using KILES (Kummara Interactive Learning System) without putting aside the value of the program, which is to raise the awareness of youth about mental health.
For 90 minutes, students divided into 2 groups and played “Carpe Diem”, a board game developed by Kummara and Faculty of Medicine Bandung Islamic University (UNISBA) team also supported by Institute of Mental Health Singapore. In “Carpe Diem”, players will face hard days and help from other players might need to overcome the day. Otherwise, they will get depression card and their days will be harder in the future.
At de-briefing session, students reflected the game session by sharing their knowledge on mental health and how they can help people with a mental health issue in real life.
“Light The Mind” program is supported by Australian Government through Australian Alumni Grant Scheme administrated by Australia Awards in Indonesia.