Civic Space Strengthening
The program to strengthen the capacity of humanitarian institutions and civil society organizations has been the focus of work since the establishment of Penabulu, accompanied by continuous efforts to develop an ecosystem of knowledge management and collective learning among CSOs in Indonesia.
Penabulu believes that the strong position and role of Indonesian CSOs will be able to become a balancing pillar for other development actors: the government and the private sector, encouraging the improvement of democracy, the fulfillment of civil rights and the improvement of basic services for the entire community in an more equitable manner.
This program facilitates efforts to strengthen CSOs in Indonesia, meeting the needs of civil society organizations and humanitarian institutions with a variety of capacity building service providers covering a wide range of needs: basic organizational management capacity (financial and program management), strategic communication, effective campaigns, resource mobilization, digital transformation and security, and other emerging capacity requirements.
The program intervenes through a series of webinars, training and mentoring activities to increase organizational capacity, encourage mobilization of domestic resources, develop collective learning and public fundraising platforms; and involved in advocacy efforts to improve enabling conditions for funding and operationalizing CSOs in Indonesia.
- Financial Management System Development
- HIVOS Capacity Building Indonesia Partners
- Berau NGO Capacity Building
- Financial Consultancy on Capacity Building of SIMAVI’s Grantee
- Financial Capacity Building FNV Partners in Indonesia 2014–2015
- Technical Service Provider for Building the Capacity of HIV/AIDS Civil Society Organizations on Organizational Performance and Financial Management
- Strengthening Institutional Capacity, Program Management, and Financial Management of TFCA Kalimantan Partners
- Informational Video Series for Strengthening and Transformation of CSO in Indonesia
- Strengthening 3 Institutional Area of LBH Makassar
- Design of Indonesian Academy Sciences (AIPI)’s Accounting System, Operating Policies and Procedures Manual
- Review on System and Capacity of Financial Management of HIVOS Partners in Timor Leste
- Finance for Non-Finance Training for The Asia Foundation’s Implementing Partners of Program Peduli
- Preparation Roadmap Consultant Procurement Organizational Development Sign Language Interpreter Services Center (PLJ)
- Facilitating of Development of Multi-stakeholder Implementation Plan of Program Kelola Sendang, South Sumatera
- Strengthening the Capacity of Civil Society Organizations for Effective Conservation Action in Indonesia
- Training of Trainers for Village Empowerrnent in Mahakam Ulu District
- Resource Mobilization Workshop for Strengthening the HIV/AIDS Key Population in Indonesia
- Panel Arrangements for Organizational Strengthening Services in Phase II
- Development Training of Village-Owned Enterprise, Pulau Pisau District, Central Kalimantan
- Business Coaching and Business Plan Development for Lembaga Distribusi Pangan Masyarakat (LDPM) in Central Java
- Activity Development Income Generation Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia
- Master Plan Development for Landscape Managing Management in Sendang
- Preparation of Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) for Grant Making, Accounting and Finance of Yayasan Pemantau Independen Kehutanan Indonesia (YPIKI)
- Corporate Capacity Building In Effective Conflict Handling On Indonesian Land-Based Sectors
- Training on Resource Mobilization for 90 CSOs in 6 Regions in Indonesia
- Organizational Assessment YABI
- Institutional Strengthening of Cakra Wikara Indonesia (CWI)
- Cardno Emerging Markets (Australia) Pty Ltd and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
- Reference Documents or Standard Operating Procedure Improvement
- Development of standard operating procedures for Yayasan The Conversation Indonesia and support for implementation
- Consultant Agency for Community Based Monitoring and Feedback (CBMF)
- Organizational Effectiveness (OE) For Traction Energy Asia (TEA)
- Capacity Building And Technical Assistance (MADANI)
- The Financial Innovation and Resilence (FIRE)
- Strengthening Indonesian CSOs Adaptive Capacity and Resilience in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic (CO-EVOLVE)
- Organizational Effectiveness COVID-19 Response Program for Civil Society Partners in Indonesia
- Application of the Principles of Sustainable Development in the Regional Development Planning Documents for 2021-2025 in 4 Member Districts of the Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari
- Institutional Capacity Building for Implementing Partners in 26 Priority Districts
- Community PR for TB Elimination in Indonesia 2021-2023
- Institutional Capacity Building for Implementing Partners in 26 Priority Districts – Part 2
- GOSORA : Swakelola Tipe III Gerakan Orientasi Ekspor Untuk Rakyat Sejahtera
- Resource Hub for Strengthening Capacity on Financial Resiliency “Re.Search”
- Urban-Context Donor Landscape Analysis
- Covid-19 Response Project: DELTA SPIKE SUPPORT
- Amplifying Voice for Just Climate Action in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT)
- The Development of Draft Concept Note/ Proposal for funding the Green Development Agreement initiative model in East Kalimantan
- Advancing Community Consortium Efforts to Leverage and Advocate TB Elimination (ACCELERATE)
- COVID‐19 Funds for Indonesian Partners
- Lesson Learned Workshop and ECA Training
- Partner Institutional Capacity Building
- INKLUSI Short Terms Consultant, Technical Assistance on Grant Management Supporting
- Penabulu Organizational Effectiveness Supported By Packard Foundation
- Civil Society Network Resilience Workshop for Civic Space: The Bali Experience
- Strengthening the Effective power of Youth Women and Groups Other Vulnerable in Sustainable Natural Resource Management in Indonesia
- Resource Hub for Strengthening Capacity on Financial Resiliency “Re.Search” Second Year
- Advancing Community Consortium Efforts to Leverage and Advocate TB Elimination (ACCELERATE) Phase 2
- Consultant Service for Lokal Market Survey
- AGRO-BIODIVERSITY Study: Economic valuation of ecosystem services-biodiversity in sustainable oil palm plantations managed by independent smallholders
- Strengthening the Capacity of TARA Partners
- Penabulu’s Transformative Changes toward Oxfam Indonesia – Unfreezing Phase
- Together Towards Elimination and Free from TB_ BEBAS-TB
- Women and Vulnerable Group Benefited and Lead on Transformative and Just Energy Transition in Indonesia (WE for JET Indonesia) Project.
- Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health Initiative Civil Registration and Vital Statistics project components
- The Indonesia And Asean Field Support Services Project (FSSP) Local Development Initiatives (LDI)
- Youth Food Systems Dialogue and Movement 2023 : Promoting Local Knowledge for Sustainable Food Systems in Indonesia
- Responsive and Adaptive Hub to Increase the Effectiveness of Packard’s CSO Partners in Indonesia
Throughout Indonesia, with focus working areas in Jakarta, Central Java and Yogyakarta, East Java, Aceh, North Sumatra, Riau, East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, Papua and West Papua.
- Timor Leste
- South Sumatera
- North Sulawesi
- South Sulawesi
- Central Sulawesi
- North Maluku
- East Nusa Tenggara
- West Kutai
- Tanjung Pinang
- Bandar Lampung
- Kab. Badung
- Kab. Buleleng
- Deli Serdang
- Kab. Sidoarjo
- Kab. Malang
- Kab. Kediri
- Kab. Jombang
- Kab. Banyuwangi
- Kab. Jember
- Jakarta Barat
- Jakarta Selatan
- Jakarta Timur
- Jakarta Utara
- Jakarta Pusat
- Kab. Bandung
- Kab. Sumedang
- Kab. Subang
- Kab. Tasik
- Kab. Ciamis
- Kab. Garut
- Kab. Bekasi
- Kab. Karawang
- Kab. Bogor
- Kab. Cirebon
- Kab. Indramayu
- Kab. Majalengka
- Kab. Kuningan
- Kab. Semarang
- Kab. Batang
- Kab. Kendal
- Kab. Banyumas
- Kab. Cilacap
- Kab. Tegal
- Kab. Tangerang
- Kab. Jayapura
- Kab. Jayawijaya
- Kab. Merauke
- Kab. Mimika
- Kab. Paniai
- Kab. Nabire
- Kab. Sorong
- Kab. Manokwari
- Kab. Fakfak
- District of Pulang Pisau, Central Kalimantan
- Central Java
- North Sumatera
- West Sumatera
- West Kalimantan
- Central Kalimantan
- South Kalimantan
- East Kalimantan
- Banda Aceh
- Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB)
- DKI Jakarta
- 190 Districts/Cities in 30 Provinces in Indonesia
- East Nusa Tenggara (NTT)
- South Sumatra
- Central Java
- Labuhan Batu
- Sintang and Pelalawan
- East Sumba
- CTH (Catatan Transaksi Harian/Daily Transaction Records)
Simple tools to record financial transactions of non-profit organizations to meet the needs of present financial information in projects or organizations level according to general accepted accounting standard in Indonesia.
An application software based on accounting application of SFAS (Statement of Financial Accounting Standards) No. 45 of the Financial Reporting of Non-Profit Entity.
- PERANTI | Perangkat Mandiri Penilaian Transparansi dan Akuntabilitas Organisasi Nirlaba Indonesia (Self-assessment Tools for Transparency and Accountability of Nonprofit Organizations in Indonesia)
A systematic tools developed by Penabulu Alliance to help Indonesian nonprofit organizations to do objective scanning and then begin to develop plans to independently increase the capacity of the organizations.
- Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) for Grant Making, Accounting and Finance of Yayasan Pengantau Independen Kehutanan Indonesia (YPIKI).
- Learn! | Non For Profit Organization’ Learning Center
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliance that provides a serial learning experience for civil society in Indonesia, through the implementation of seminars, workshops, training, discussion forums and other forms of learning spaces.
- Fulcra | Nonprofits Financial Consultant
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliance that focusing to improve financial governance of nonprofit organizations and other organizations that serve the public interest.
- Lingkar LSM | Stimulating Civil Society Empowerment
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliance for strengthening the capacity of civil society organizations in Indonesia especially on governance aspects of the institutional management and program management (planning-monitoring-evaluation).
- Keuangan LSM | Discussion and Open-Literacy Media for Non Profit Finance Management
- Indonesian NGO financial community site that dedicated as a space for discussion, share resources and exchange of information which constantly evolving on the financial management of NGOs and non-profit organizations in Indonesia.
- Performa | Nonprofit Human Resources Management
- Service unit of Penabulu Alliancefor the management and the strengthening of human resource management for nonprofit organizations in Indonesia.
Dutch development institution that primarily focusing on economic structural change for sustainable and inclusive society.
- TNC (The Nature Conservancy)
World conservation organizations that tries to improve the welfare of Indonesia without compromising the sustainability of natural resources for present and future generations by encouraging the importance of nature, accelerating the transformation in the field of conservation and utilization of natural resources in a sustainable manner through a series of activities protected area management, conservation of important species, and society empowerment.
Dutch donor institution that focusing on the structural improvement of health conditions of marginalized communities in Africa and Asia through community empowerment, involving government and private sector to ensure that everyone can use essential services, learn healthy behaviors and enjoy sexual rights and reproductive.
- FNV Mondiaal (Federation Dutch Labour Movement)
Dutch donor institution, worksto support labor organizations/CSROas observers of labor in Indonesia.
- TFCA Kalimantan (Tropical Forest Conservation Act – Kalimantan)
TFCA dedicated by US Government through USAID to convert the Government of Indonesia debt to support the conservation of tropical forests of Kalimantan. TFCA Kalimantan agreements involving The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Foundation for World Wide Fund for Nature-Indonesia (WWF Indonesia) and administrated by by KEHATI Foundation.
- TAF (The Asia Foundation)
International development organization that is committed to improving the standard of living in Asia, working through a network of offices in 18 countries in Asia and in Washington DC.
USAID Scaling-Up for Most-at-risk Population Program
USAID Strengthening Integrity and Accountability Program
AUSAID Knowledge Sector Initiative Program
PT Greasof Computindo is the main developer and distributor accounting application of SANGO Pro.
Strategic consulting partner who provides consulting services to strengthen governance and financial management on the issue of education in Indonesia.
- KIPRa (Independent Consultancy of Society Empowerment Foundation)
A non-profit, non-political, non primordial and democratic institution located in Jayapura, established for the achievement of the people of Papua who are empowered and able to activelyparticipate in order to encourage the establishment of regional autonomy that fair, prosperous and peaceful.
The Asia Foundation is a non-profit international development organization committed to improving lives across a dynamic and developing Asia. Informed by six decades of experience and deep local expertise, our programs address critical issues affecting Asia in the 21st century governance and law, economic development, women’s empowerment, environment, and regional cooperation. In addition, our Books for Asia and professional exchange programs are among the ways we encourage Asia’s continued development as a peaceful, just, and thriving region of the world.
- AIPJ (Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice)
TAIPJ presented the achievements of the program to the Government of Indonesia and transferred a number of programs which were sustainable to Bappenas in November 2015. Indonesian counterparts acknowledged that significant reforms were achieved in this period, and recognised the contribution of AIPJ. The 2016 transition program builds on successful AIPJ initiatives, focuses on improving the policy direction of law and justice and access to justice in Indonesia, and maintains a focus on three target groups: people with disabilities, women who are poor and vulnerable children.
- ZSL (Zoological Society of London)
Founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international scientific, conservation and educational charity whose mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. Our mission is realised through our groundbreaking science, our active conservation projects in more than 50 countries and our two Zoos, ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.
- CEPF (Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund)
The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund unites seven global leaders who are committed to enabling nongovernmental and private sector organizations to help protect vital ecosystems.
Burung Indonesia was established as a national conservation organization in 2002 with the official name of Wild Bird Conservation Society of Indonesia (BirdLife Indonesia Association). With the support of the community, Bird Indonesia trying to conserve wild birds and their habitats in Indonesia. Earlier, in 1992-2002 this organization is known as BirdLife International-Indonesia Programme.
- IAC (Indonesia AIDS Coalition)
Indonesia AIDS Coalition (IAC) is a community-based organization that works closely with stakeholders to improve transparency, accountability and public participation in AIDS program.
- KPAN (Komisi Penanggulangn AIDS Nasional)
Strategies aimed at preventing and reducing the risk of HIV transmission, improve the quality of life of people living with HIV, as well as reduce the social and economic consequences of HIV and AIDS on individuals, families and communities, so that individuals and communities to be productive and beneficial to development. Scenarios of this strategy and action plan in 2014 is that 80% of key populations covered by effective programs and 60% of key populations behave safely.
- GF (The Global Fund)
The Office of the Inspector General safeguards the assets, investments, reputation and sustainability of the Global Fund by ensuring that it takes the right action to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. All the results of its work are published on the Global Fund website in line with the disclosure policy outlined by the Board.
Indonesia has significantly improved the welfare of its citizen within the last decades. However, substantial challenges remain in alleviating poverty and creating economic opportunities. Women are particularly more vulnerable and remain among the poorest of the poor, often unable to access government social programs.
To address this issue, the Government of Indonesia, represented by the National Planning and Development Agency (BAPPENAS), and the Government of Australia, represented by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), launched a joint poverty alleviation initiative entitled Empowering Indonesian Women for Poverty Reduction or Maju Perempuan Indonesia untuk Penanggulangan Kemiskinan (MAMPU). Launched in 2012, by the two government representations, MAMPU is focusing its interventions to empower poor women.
Cowater International (Cowater) is Canada’s leading management consulting firm focused on providing services to developing and emerging economies. Since 1985, Cowater has provided leading-edge, innovative solutions to more than 65 countries worldwide. During this time, Cowater has completed more than 400 projects and has developed a reputation of excellence for our strong ability to work with clients and stakeholders to provide solutions and services tailored to the needs and challenges faced by developing and transitional countries.
Our firm possesses internationally recognized and award winning experience at the policy, program and project levels, developing and managing major projects as well as undertaking studies, sector reviews, evaluations, and training and communications activities.
In addition to our headquarters in Ottawa, Canada, we also operate project offices in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Mozambique, Ghana, South Sudan, Vietnam, Lesotho, Jordan, Honduras, Mali, Malawi, and Bhutan.
ICCO Cooperation is a global, non-governmental organization. We work towards a world in which people can live in dignity and well-being, a world without poverty and injustice.
The Facility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security (FDOV) encourages public-private partnerships in the field of food security and private sector development in developing countries. Essentially, this means that government bodies,industry and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) or knowledge institutions form a collaborative venture with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and in return can be eligible for a subsidy.
Gugah Nurani Indonesia is a non-governmental humanitarian organization that works in the pillars of SDGs, especially in the areas relating to children’s rights and empowerment. Gugah Nurani Indonesia is a foundation incorporated under the Decree of the Minister of Law and Human Rights No. AHU – 594.AH.01.04.Tahun 2009.committees. Two committees that are currently being developed are a Fundraising and Investment Committee (FRIC) and a Program Committee (PC), respectively.
- YPIKI (Yayasan Pemantau Independen Kehutanan Indonesia)
JPIK is an Independent Forest Monitoring Network agreed and declared on 23 September 2010 by 29 NGOs and NGO Networks from Aceh to Papua. Establishment of JPIK as a manifestation of commitment to contribute actively in promoting good forest governance by ensuring credibility and accountability of system implementation Performance Assessment of Sustainable Production Forest Management (PK-PHPL) and Timber Legality Verification (VLK) as stipulated – but not limited to – Permenhut P.38 / 2009 and derivative regulations. JPIK until the end of January 2014 consists of 64 institutions and 318 individuals. JPIK has a role to monitor SVLK implementation, from the accreditation process, the verification / verification to the business actors, to the export execution process, and active in system review activities.
- IBCSD (Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development)
One chapter of the WBCSD that consists of a group of companies that operate in Indonesia and has a commitment to promote sustainable development through sustainable economic growth, ecological balance and social progress.
The Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH is one of the major German foundations associated with a private company and has managed the philanthropic bequest of company founder Robert Bosch for over 50 years. Indeed it was his entrepreneurial vision, political farsightedness, moral fortitude and charitable initiatives that set the standards for the work of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
International Rhino Foundation (IRF) is a non-profit foundation that focuses on the conservation of five species of rhinos in the world, of which five species are threatened with extinction. In Indonesia, IRF works with the Indonesian Rhino Foundation or the Indonesian Rhino Foundation (YABI) to work on the conservation of two species of rhinoceros in Indonesia.
- CWI (Cakra Wikara Indonesia)
Cakra Wikara Indonesia (CWI) is an association of researchers focusing on social political studies that aim to collectively produce knowledge with gender perspective in order to enhance the quality of public policy and empower people’s participation.
CWI’s scope of work includes research, data mining and publication, as well as education and training programs that promote participatory, fair, and equal political governance. CWI is fully aware of the strategic importance of research and education as parts of concerted effort towards a participatory, fair and equal political governance.
Cardno is a global infrastructure, environmental and social development company operating in more than 100 countries and powered by a talented 6,000-strong workforce. We’re united by a shared purpose to deliver exceptional professional services to improve physical and social environments that make a difference to people’s lives around the world.
- DFAT (Departemen Luar Negeri dan Perdagangan)
The department’s purpose is to help make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous by promoting and protecting our interests internationally and contributing to global stability and economic growth.
- SMERU (The SMERU Research Institute)
The SMERU Research Institute is an independent institution for research and public policy studies. We professionally and proactively provide accurate and timely information, as well as objective analyses, on various socioeconomic and poverty issues considered most urgent and relevant for the people of Indonesia. All of our work is directed toward our primary goal of encouraging pro-poor policies at national and regional levels through evidence-based research.
Since its establishment in 2001, SMERU has been a leader in poverty and inequality research in Indonesia. SMERU conducts qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method studies on various socioeconomic issues affecting Indonesia’s poorest and most vulnerable people. We are also at the forefront of the research effort to highlight the impact of development programs and policies, and we actively publish and report our research findings. Our work focuses on areas of socioeconomic research that are of fundamental importance to contemporary development issues.
- KSI (Knowledge Sector Initiative)
The Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) is a joint programme between the govements of Indonesia and Australia that seeks to improve the lives of the Indonesia people through better quality public policies that make better use of research, analysis and evidence.
Traction Energy Asia is an independent multidisciplinary group of experts and advocates on climate change, energy policy, CO2 emissions reduction, clean energy and the law. We are Indonesia-based with a regional focus across Asia.
We share the vision of a future in which climate change is being tackled by more ambitious and committed action from governments, the business sector, and society as a whole. As one of the world’s largest carbon emitters, and because of its growing role and influence in the global community, we believe that Indonesia can and must do a lot more to alleviate the threat of even more dangerous climate change. We are united in our commitment to removing the obstacles blocking Indonesia’s path to a low carbon future.
USAID leads international development and humanitarian efforts to save lives, reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance and help people progress beyond assistance.
Spring Strategies is a future forward organization that supports and accompanies social and climate justice leaders in accelerating individual and collective capacity to solve the critical problems of our time. We offer programs that help these change makers thrive in complexity, gain fresh perspectives and forge powerful new pathways.
Spring (formerly Spring Strategies) was founded in 2004 by Ellen Sprenger and consists of a dynamic, transdisciplinary, global team of associates. We have been honoured to support over 250 organizations and thousands of individuals driven to create a more just world. As a result of our support in the form of coaching, trainings and facilitation of meetings and conferences they have become more impactful in their ability to make change.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is a family foundation guided by the enduring business philosophy and personal values of Lucile and David Packard. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation works with partners around the world for social, cultural, and environmental change designed to improve the lives of children, families, and communities.
Lingkar Temu Kabupaten Lestari ((LTKL) is a collaboration forum established and managed by the district governments to better implement sustainable development. LTKL was established by 8 district governments in July 2017. By February 2019, LTKL has 11 district members in 8 Indonesian provinces and operates alongside the Association of Indonesian District Governments (APKASI). Through LTKL, district members are supported to design and implement development scenario which balances economic, social, and environmental aspects through multi stakeholders collaboration within each district and among the district members. As a forum, LTKL also seeks to connect the needed support from national and global development partner networks and stakeholders, including civil society, academics, and private sector to achieve districts sustainable development.
UNAIDS is leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Since the first cases of HIV were reported more than 35 years ago, 78 million people have become infected with HIV and 35 million have died from AIDS-related illnesses. Since it started operations in 1996, UNAIDS has led and inspired global, regional, national and local leadership, innovation and partnership to ultimately consign HIV to history.
UNAIDS is a problem-solver. It places people living with HIV and people affected by the virus at the decision-making table and at the centre of designing, delivering and monitoring the AIDS response. It charts paths for countries and communities to get on the Fast-Track to ending AIDS and is a bold advocate for addressing the legal and policy barriers to the AIDS response.
UNAIDS provides the strategic direction, advocacy, coordination and technical support needed to catalyse and connect leadership from governments, the private sector and communities to deliver life-saving HIV services. Without UNAIDS, there would be no strategic vision for the AIDS response.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria was created in 2002 to raise, manage and invest the world’s money to respond to three of the deadliest infectious diseases the world has ever known. The mission of the Global Fund is to invest the world’s money to defeat these three diseases.
The idea for the Global Fund arose from a wellspring of grass-roots political advocacy coming face-to-face with the imperatives of global leadership. AIDS, TB and malaria are all preventable and treatable – but solving this problem requires the commitment not only of world leaders and decision-makers but also of those working on the ground to help the men, women and children living with these diseases.
Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative is an independent think tank and policy advocacy group that supports the Government of Indonesia by providing evidence-based policy advices on ocean governance.
PLUS is a collaborative space for the social impact ecosystem in Indonesia. Our mission is to provide a platform and pathway for increasing the potential of Indonesian society in creating economic independence through entrepreneurship.
Wahana Visi Indonesia is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to work and collaborate to empower the most vulnerable children, family and community through community development, advocacy, and emergency response for sustainable transformation regardless of religion, race, ethnic or gender.
Yayasan Humanis dan Inovasi Sosial is an Indonesian organization, born out of an active collaboration between Netherlands based Hivos and several like-minded Indonesian academics and civil society leaders who subscribe to the values and mission of Hivos.
The agenda for such a collaboration was set in the context of Hivos’s desire to phase out its direct presence in Southeast Asia by promoting sincere decentralization and local ownership. As the name itself suggests, the purpose underpinning establishment of the new entity is to promote humanistic values in the social, health, and cultural fields which is defined in terms of the ability for each individual to assess and decide independently and responsibly, the right to freedom, dignity and a passion to create a just and tolerant society.
Given the above outlined context, Yayasan Humanis dan Inovasi Sosial will conduct the foundation’s launch event on 30 March 2021 which aims at introducing the foundation establishment to all stakeholders.
The Stop TB Partnership brings together expertise from a broad spectrum of country, regional, and global partners in our shared mission to revolutionize the TB space and end TB by 2030.
Founded in 2001, the Stop TB Partnership is a United Nations hosted organization that takes bold and smart risks to serve the needs and amplify the voices of the people, communities, and countries affected by TB.
We work to advocate, catalyze, and facilitate sustained coordination and collaboration among partners; to support the development, replication, and scale-up of innovative approaches and tools; and to facilitate equitable access to TB diagnostics, treatment, and care for all in need.
We believe that our comprehensive range of strategic and technical expertise and our willingness to push boundaries are crucial factors in reaching the targets set forth by the TB community at large.
When you’re working for systemic, sustainable impact there is no time to waste — you need a clear path to create change – a strategy, funding, and a strong team. Many foundations and major donors can provide seed funding, but require an established 501(c)(3) organization to receive and steward grants. That’s where Multiplier can help. We are a well-respected and cost-effective home to a select portfolio of projects who are turning game-changing ideas into planet-saving impact. Once approved as a Multiplier project, you get a fast-track to 501(c)(3) status coupled with flexible, adaptable, cost-effective support as a backbone for your success.
UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to eradicate poverty, reduce inequalities and exclusion, and build resilience so countries can sustain progress. As the UN’s development agency, UNDP plays a critical role in helping countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
AIPTIS is an upcoming partnership program between the Governments of Australia and Indonesia to contribute towards inclusive democracy in Indonesia.
Working with civil society, AIPTIS will ensure that more women, children and minority groups can benefit from Indonesia’s social, political and economic opportunities.
The Kurawal Fundation aims to promote democratic values, institutions and practices in Indonesia and abroad.
KURAWAL functions as a social justice philanthropist that supports new ideas, initiatives and efforts to strengthen democracy. The foundation works to stimulate the emergence of new political subjects – especially those who are the least politically, economically and socially affluent – who act in the interests of democracy.
“KURAWAL” comes from the word “curly brackets”, a sign to collect groups of information that have been separated for a specific purpose. Generally, this mark is used to mark groups of lines (in music) that must be played simultaneously.
This sign has a meaning that aligns with our aim to build a platform that identifies, protects and engages various political subjects in work to strengthen democracy
We believe in the inherent dignity of all people. But around the world, too many people are excluded from the political, economic, and social institutions that shape their lives.
In addressing this reality, we are guided by a vision of social justice—a world in which all individuals, communities, and people work toward the protection and full expression of their human rights; are active participants in the decisions that affect them; share equitably in the knowledge, wealth, and resources of society; and are free to achieve their full potential.
Across eight decades, our mission has been to reduce poverty and injustice, strengthen democratic values, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement.
We believe that social movements are built upon individual leadership, strong institutions, and innovative, often high-risk ideas. While the specifics of what we work on have evolved over the years, investments in these three areas have remained the touchstones of everything we do and are central to our theory of how change happens in the world. These approaches have long distinguished the Ford Foundation, and they have had a profound cumulative impact..
SNV is a global development partner driven by a vision of a better world: a world where all people live with dignity and have equal opportunities to thrive sustainably. We aim to make this a reality through our mission to strengthen capacities and catalyse partnerships in the countries we are rooted in. By doing so, we aim to transform the agri-food, energy, and water systems to enable sustainable and more equitable lives for all.le cou
WWF Indonesia Foundation has a vision for conservation that aligns with the Sustainable Development Goals and contributes to sustainable development in Indonesia, focusing on equitable governance of natural resources to ensure future conservation benefits. Our mission is to realise equitable and sustainable governance of Indonesia’s ecosystems and biodiversity for the well-being of Indonesian people.
Tara Climate Foundation is a regionally based philanthropic foundation with a vision of a just and thriving society in Asia powered by renewable energy, with a mission to support a diverse group of partners to accelerate Asia’s energy transformation.
Oxfam is an international confederation of non-profit organisations focused on addressing poverty, social injustice, and economic inequality around the world. Oxfam was founded in 1942 in Oxford, England, and its name comes from the acronym Oxford Committee for Famine Relief. Since then, the organisation has evolved into Oxfam International. We are working across the region in about 70 countries, with thousands of partners and allies, supporting communities to build better lives for themselves, grow resilience, and protect lives and livelihoods in times of crisis. countries
USAID leads international development and humanitarian efforts to save lives, reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance and help people progress beyond assistance.
Vital Strategies helps governments strengthen their public health systems to contend with the most important and difficult health challenges. We design solutions that can scale rapidly and improve the lives of millions of people. Our mission is to work in partnership to reimagine evidence-based, locally driven policies and practices to advance public health.
We define, shape and advance Canada’s interests and values in a complex global environment. We manage diplomatic relations, promote international trade and provide consular assistance. We lead international development, humanitarian, and peace and security assistance efforts. We also contribute to national security and the development of international law.
The Samdhana Institute is a community of activists and practitioners working alongside Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, collaborating with civil society movements; inspiring, nurturing, and growing resilient communities for social and environmental justice in Southeast Asia.