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HDI Foundation - NGO Profile 2013


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HDI Foundation is a NGO-CSO that started @ 2005 and focus on education. Thousands of children had been send to school and still continuing until now.

HDI Foundation is a NGO-CSO that started @ 2005 and focus on education. Thousands of children had been send to school and still continuing until now.

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    • 1. a lower-middle income* country*124 of 187 countries (Source: United Nations, Nov 2011)30.02 million people are in poverty(Source: Central Bureau of Statistic, March 2011)
    • 2. 10.3 million do not go to school(Source: Kompas, Dec 2011)2.1 million child
    • 3. *227.000 Class rooms are in the condition of severe*(Source : www.hdifoundation.orgdisrepair in Indonesia
    • 4. dedicated to providing access toeducation for underprivilegedchildren in Indonesia sinceDecember 2005A
    • 5. To break the cycle of Povertythrough educationOUR VISIONTo provide children from underprivilegedfamilies access to education so they willhave a better futureHonesty  Sincerity  Integrity  LoveOUR MISSIONOUR
    • 6. www.hdifoundation.org1. “Education is a great equalizer”2. Charities to “dubious” socialorganizations3. Vision 2010 - Orphanage4. Loving and Caring for othersWhy?
    • 7. www.hdifoundation.orgFund Allocation USDBuild A School 23.050Sponsor A Child 11.237Training Teachers 9.550School Operations & Maintenance 23.895Other Social Activities 19.113Total Social Service Allocation 86.845Fundraising Allocation 3.340Management & AdministrationAllocation6.864Total Donations 97.04890% of Donations Went to The Cause
    • 8. Locations of HDIF
    • 9. Organizational ProgramsSPONSORA CHILDBUILDA SCHOOLTEACHWITH LOVE VOLUNTEERING*HDIF programs in accordance with Millennium Development Goals 2015 andSustainable
    • 10. Bubes Wen-Chia - West Biak,Papua (2007)Tunas Bangsa - Bantul,Yogyakarta (2007)Berkat Bagi Bangsa -Landak, West Kalimantan(2008)Fajriah - Lakatong,South Sulawesi (2008)Owi - West Biak,Papua (2009)NyandeisarisaWest Biak, Papua (2009)
    • 11. MI Al Istiqomah - PuloGadung, Jakarta (2005)Teluk Naga - Tanggerang,Banten (2006)Pangerasan 2 – Cijeruk,Bogor (2008)PGRI Palasari - Cijeruk,Bogor (2012)www.hdifoundation.orgPangerasan 1 – Cijeruk,Bogor (2007)
    • 12. 1200 children have attended HDIF schoolswww.hdifoundation.org760 children are currently studying in the schools
    • 13. (classroom, library, teachers room, toilet, tables, chairs, etc)www.hdifoundation.orgSchool Building USD Classroom (7x8m) 9,350 Teachers’ room (4x8m) 5,445 Library (3,5x4m) 4,675 Toilet (1,5x2m) 1,375 Courtyard (200sqm) 1,100 Maintenance room (4x7m) 4,950 A set of childs table & chair 33 A set of teachers table & chair 44 Whiteboard 39
    • 14. 1. Funds in a HDIF school2. Funds to continue their educationafter leaving HDIF schoolSPONSORING A CHILDS EDUCATION IS IN 2
    • 15. *) Incl. registration & enrollment fee, school fees, studymaterials, stationeries, examinationfees, uniforms, school bags & shoesAcademic Monthly* Yearly*Kindergarten IDR 90.000 IDR 1.080.000USD 10 USD 120Primary IDR 135.000 IDR 1.620.000USD 15 USD 180Junior High IDR 200.000 IDR 2.400.000USD 22 USD 264Senior High IDR 250.000 IDR 3.000.000USD 28 USD
    • 16. more than 300 teachers have been trainedObjective1. Improve teachers’ standard of teaching2. Motivate teachers to teach with Love and compassion2008 2009 2010
    • 17.  Funds for
    • 18. Sharingknowledge,skills and time
    • 19. www.hdifoundation.orgaFootball Field aComputera Clothes Donation aReading MaterialsaField Trips
    • 20. Donating foodsupplements andnutritious foods toother
    • 21. Disaster Victim SupportSitu GintungDam DisasterEarthquake inPadang, WestSumatraTsunami atMentawaiVolcanicEruption atMount MerapiMassiveflooding inJakartaFlood reliefeffortsJakartaEarthquake atYogyakartaTsunami ReliefEffort at Acehand NiasJakarta’sFloodVictims inBandengan,WestJakarta
    • 22.
    • 23. INDONESIACorporateTrisaktiUniversity Atma JayaUniversityWorldCARERotary ClubJakarta-MentengYayasan Bina MandiriIndonesiaSandra’s BellFoundation & InstitutionMember
    • 24.
    • 25. Hold/ host a charity eventDonate/ sponsor in cash or in partnership with HDI Foundation)such as: exhibitions, auctions, charitynight, art shows, concert, etc.share knowledge in sports, art & craft,dance, health, music, etc) with thechildren or help in our activities.
    • 26. For more information, please contact:HDI FOUNDATIONRed Top Square Block C8,Jl. Pecenongan Raya No. 72, Jakarta 10120Phone: +62 21 3500128 Fax: +62 21 3505024Email: contactus@hdifoundation.orgw w w. h d i f o u n d a t i o n . o r gHDIF.Jakarta HDI_Foundationhigh-desert-international-foundationHDIFoundation