||ASEAN Islamic Student Summit by Jama’ah Salahuddin to create a regional model that provides both open economy and social support for less developed nations, and in turn, its poorer citizen. Ideally, a youth contribution should be able to be adapted to fit different cultural environments. This way, its reach will be much broader and bring change to more communities. Youth contributions are essential in today’s world, which still suffers from many social problems such as economic crisis, war, diseases, discrimination, displacement, homelessness, poor health and nutrition, and social exclusion to name only a few. In this context, youth movement are needed more and more. Their drive to improve the world and their dedication to see their solutions and plans come true, act as a ripple effect.