The NGO Network - Indonesia

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ACT Foundation

Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation will focus on the country to response the spread of COVID-19. ACT Foundation will distribute free food aid, personal protective equipment for health officer, free mask, hand sanitizer to the community, providing education about the disease and opening the Corona Crisis Center, etc.

Phone: (+62) 21 2940 6565


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Perkumpulan Pelita Indonesia

In order to help meet the urgent need of safe drinking water in West Java, Pelita Indonesia is producing ceramic water filters and distributing them to families in greatest need. Help us provide access to safe drinking water for 600 families.

Phone: (+62) 22 8202 7768


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Yayasan Kampus Diakoneia Modern

KDM Green Project is actively working towards locally-driven solutions in Jakarta. The Project helps in two ways: by providing a reliable local waste collection service for recyclables and by educating local communities on the importance of waste reduction.

Phone: (+62) 815 818 1853


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XSProject

This project has stopped 10 tons of non-recyclable plastic waste from reaching Jakarta's garbage dumps by partnering with trash pickers who collect and sell it to XSProject

Phone: (+62) 812 106 3614


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Saving Rainforests with a Stethoscope by Health in Harmony

In West Kalimantan, people are locked in a cycle of poverty, poor health and environmental degradation. Health In Harmony works at the intersection of environmental and human health to end the cycle.

Phone: - 


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WWF-Indonesia

WWF-Indonesia is an independent member of WWF, the global conservation organization which aims to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by: conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

Phone: (+62) 215 761 06579


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Mangrove Society

The Mangrove Information Centre gives a chance to the people who are concerned about the situation of Bali’s mangrove environment to become a member and take action.

Phone: +0361 726 969 / 726 546 


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Sumatran Orangutan Society

We are working to restore vital orangutan habitat that has been destroyed by illegal oil palm plantations within the Gunung Leuser National Park

Phone: +0044 1235 530825


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Bottle for Botol Limited

We are working to restore vital orangutan habitat that has been destroyed by illegal oil palm plantations within the Gunung Leuser National Park

Phone: -


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Greenpeace

Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organization that acts to change attitudes and behavior, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.

Phone: (+62) 21 3101873


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ProFauna Indonesia

ProFauna Indonesia is a non-profit organization established in 1994 for the protection of wild animals and habitat. The main activities of ProFauna Indonesia are wild animal protection, investigation on trade in wild animals and animal rescue.

Phone: +0361 8085800 


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Begawan Foundation

Begawan Foundation was established in 1999 to initiate programs that would benefit local people, especially in terms of conserving the natural environment and satisfying their needs in the areas of education and healthcare

Phone: (+62) 361 973506


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Yayasan Bumi Sehat

Bumi Sehat Bali provides maternal health services by-donation or free, so Indonesian families in Bali don't go into debt or poverty for healthcare.

Phone: (+62) 0 361 970 002


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Bali Life Foundation

On a mission is to help mothers get off the streets and escape poverty. Our goal is to equip and empower 10 mothers with the skills they need to earn a living.

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Yayasan Usaha Mulia / Foundation for Noble Work

For more than 4 years, YUM has worked to increase the quality of children's education in Bukit Batu, Central Kalimantan, home to 19,000 inhabitants, most of them living with less than $2 per day.

Phone: (+62) 21 769 8505


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Yayasan Ekoturisme Indonesia

Enable East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) to continue providing quality education in 2021 for all 55 students in EBPP's Jatituhu & Pengalusan schools, located in remote hamlets on the steep Mounts Abang and Agung slopes in Ban village.

Phone: (+62) 361 410071


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The Learning Farm

This project develops the capacity of vulnerable Indonesian youth who are living on the streets, are school dropouts, reside in areas of poverty, have no access to jobs, or are victims of disaster. Through an intensive 100 days program built around organic farming, 45 youth will be provided with knowledge and skills that may enable economic self-sufficiency.

Phone: (+62) 263 258 0036


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Science Voices

This project will train Indonesian youth in the North Maluku region (eastern Indonesia) to become effective change-makers in their communities to address critical regional environmental issues, including climate change, plastic pollution, and air quality.

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Yayasan Cipta Mandiri, to create Independency for underprivileged teenagers

Our youth empowerment project has been providing free motivational alternative education programs to young people whose families often struggle to meet basic needs. We integrate education in practical learning system and internships program in order to have better lives and give positive impact to the communities.

Phone: (+62) 251 836 1237


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Indonesia Aid

Project Legacy is our children's education and scholarship program reaching at-risk children and youth. Marginalized children are in need of scholarships due to lack of household income to pay monthly and enrollment school fees, supplies, uniforms, etc.. Due to COVID, an online study room has been set up to accommodate children without access to wifi and assistance with homework. The after-school program includes a healthy snack, games, quality story-time and necessary life skills training.

Phone: (+62) 813 3910 7657


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Yayasan Tunas Aksara

Reading is the beginning of a child's education, but one-third of Indonesian children leave primary school unable to read and understand a simple text. This project will equip teachers working in poor communities with high-quality teaching materials and inspiring practical training, enabling them to spark a love of reading in 1,000 children from poor communities in Indonesia.

Phone: +62-813-1870-6953


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Yayasan Rumah Rachel ('Rachel House')

Rachel House provides nurse-led, home-based palliative care for children living with serious and terminal cancer or HIV, free of charge.

Phone: +6221 5365 2197


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Compassion First

Compassion First provides long-term, hope-filled solutions for survivors of child sexual trafficking. Our flagship aftercare home, Sarah's House, is located in Indonesia.

Phone: +62 503-207-1320


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Foundation for Noble Work

Vocational Training Center (VTC) was established in order for youths to learn skills that would increase their chances of gaining employment. So far, 75 percent of our alumni have found jobs. Help us keep the VTC going and help more than 300 disadvantaged youths per year find employment.

Phone: (+62) 21 769 8505 


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Yayasan Ekoturisme Indonesia

Following the success of our Bamboo Workshop campaign, this project provides seed funding for developing our Social Enterprise to promote and sell our unique bamboo bikes, under the brand of "East Bali Bamboo Bikes": eastbalibamboobikes.com. The funds will enable us to market our bikes and establish more professional resources for the team of local artisans at our East Bali workshop. This will lead to sustainable economic development and provide income sources independent of external donations.

Phone: (+62) 361 410071