Putera Sampoerna Foundation Report Quarter 4 2009

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Putera Sampoerna Foundation Report Quarter 4 2009

  1. 1. 01 4th Quarter Report 2009 A New Path forEducation Improvement www.sampoernafoundation.org
  2. 2. Table of Contents Letter From The Managing DirectorLetter From The Managing Director 02 As I write this letter, the Sampoerna Academies in Malang and PalembangThe Pathway to Leadership 03 as well as the Sampoerna School of Education in Jakarta are reaching theCombining Finite Resources for Broader Social Impact half year point of their operation. Within that comparatively short span of time we have already begun to see the benefits of providing schoolsInsights 04 - 09 and teacher training institutions to a consistent, international standardHome and Away - Sampoerna School of Education of quality. Academy students have delivered outstanding performancesQuality Performance - Sampoerna Academy in international standard examinations and competitions. Students at theOnward and Upward - Scholars Recruitment School of Education have made similar achievements, including winningMaking a Difference - “Save a Teen” Campaign titles in an English debating competition. These positive results are aHand in Hand with the Government - Bali and Ogan Ilir testimony to your support and foresight in making a social investment in the education of Indonesia’s less fortunate yet talented youths.Partners 10 - 13An Expanding Partnership - Standard Chartered Bank We have been very fortunate to have received the commitments of donorsSelecting the Best - Astro Kasih including PT HM Sampoerna Tbk., PT Sampoerna Agro Tbk., Altria Group,Adopting Teachers - Mobil Cepu Ltd. Astro, Mobil Cepu Ltd., Deutsche Bank, Perum Pegadaian, Mercy Relief, BankBack to School - Deutsche Bank Sumsel Babel, and ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc. among other corporationsSupporting an Educational Heritage - Trada and also to have the support of committed individuals. Sustaining theseGuaranteeing Graduation - Bank Sumsel Babel future leaders’ education remains a top priority and continued support isFace to Face - YOPB welcomed.The Big Easy in Banda Aceh - APAS We are also continuing to strengthen the Foundation’s Bait Al-Kamil - an Alms Distribution Unit that channels alms for the education of economicallyNews & Event 14 - 20 disadvantaged Muslim students. These efforts are part of our goal to produceWorth 1000 Words - National Geographic Indonesia future Muslim leaders capable of competing in the global environment. ThisBeyond Certification - Ministry of National Education newly founded Alms Distribution Unit has succeeded in distributing fundsOut and About - PSF booths to hundreds of student survivors of the Padang, Sumatera Barat earthquakeGoing Digital - PSF on Social Network and of other underprivileged students in Rembang, Central Java.Strike! - Fun Bowling with PartnersBuilding Wider Networks - CSR Asia Summit To better support our endeavors, we have elevated the Foundation from aSpeaking Out - Public Service Announcement philanthropic organization to a social business corporation. In the process, we have received the ISO9001:2008 certification, which recognizes ourStrategic Partner News 21 commitment to quality management and compliance with applicableAlms for Education - Bait Al Kamil statutory and regulatory requirements. The Putera Sampoerna Foundation is guided by the vision of a Pathway toList of Contributors 22 Leadership. By providing an educational framework tailored to developing the best and brightest from among the country’s less economically fortunate,New Partners 23 we seek to build a pool of enlightened leaders who are intellectually, morally and ethically dedicated to the greater good of society. The success of all our endeavors depends on the support and encouragement of our manyPartners Galleries 24 - 25 committed partners. I would like to use this opportunity to acknowledge all our donors. Thank you for making a difference every day to the future of our country and to the quality of those who will lead it.Financial Highlights 26-27 Nenny Soemawinata Managing Director Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  3. 3. The Pathway to Leadership 03Combining Finite Resources forBroader Social ImpactCompanies pursuing socially responsible activities do so in system, Sampoerna Academy schools, with the goal ofthe knowledge that their limited resources cannot solve all of creating youth leaders. We also set up the Sampoerna Schoolsociety’s problems. However, by focusing efforts on developing of Education, aiming to first of all provide our school systemfuture leaders from among Indonesia’s economically with qualified teachers and, secondly, create knowledgeable,disadvantaged students, companies can ensure that their analytical, and socially responsible quality leaders who areCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts pay significant committed to giving back to the community.long-term dividends. By supporting these economically disadvantaged butCompanies increasingly undertake CSR programs as a academically gifted students, companies can ensure that theircomponent of business strategy, not simply to comply finite resources can make a broader contribution to socialwith government regulations or as a salve to stakeholder wellbeing.expectations. Forward thinking corporate leaders recognizethat their ability to grow their business in a sustainable The future of this nation depends on the quality of its leadersmanner is intimately connected with the types of CSR activity but, the emergence of such quality leaders rests on the qualitythey undertake. While ad hoc community programs remain of their academic and social development. No one company orrelevant and sometimes urgent, programs of broader national organization and individual can address this challenge alone.scope need to be given attention. The Putera Sampoerna Foundation invites and encourages you to be part of this initiative.The Putera Sampoerna Foundation invites companies andcommitted individuals to participate in programs that arespecifically designed to prepare quality leaders, who will “...Companies can ensure that theirdetermine the future economic, social and political landscapeof this country. To do this, the Foundation has designed and finite resources can make a broadercarried out the concept of the Pathway to Leadership. contribution to social wellbeing.”The Pathway to Leadership cycle starts from and returns backto the community. Following this path, the Foundation selectthe top 5-10% of students among economically disadvantagedstudents from the community and send them into our school www.sampoernafoundation.org
  4. 4. 04 Insights Home and Away Sampoerna School of Education Raises the Bar The Sampoerna School of Education has started to demonstrate quality outcomes not only in Indonesia but overseas as well. The success of the school’s lecturers in arousing international interest in The Teacher institute in China and the students’ triumph in an English debate competition at home have placed the School firmly on the map and raised awareness of the quality of its staff and, critically, the capabilities of its students. Winning English Debate Titles A team of students from Sampoerna School of Education took In the semi-final, the School of Education team debated the the winner’s trophy at a four-round English debating competition topic of “The Government Stole Medical Patent Rights to Save organized by the Tarbiyah and the Education Faculty of Islamic the Population”. In the grand final they faced a team of fifth- State University (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah held on October 26-31, semester students from the Syariah Culture Faculty at UIN Syarif 2009. To win the competition, the students overcame more senior Hidayatullah on the topic of “The Withdrawal of American Troops home teams in each round. Two team members also won Best from Afghanistan”. Speaker titles in the first and second rounds of the competition. Speaking after the event, Anais Anais said “We were very confident Team members Anais Anais, Nur Hidayatus Syarifah and Endang that we would do well in this competition. The most important Sriwahyuni are still in their first semester at the Sampoerna School thing for us was to introduce the Sampoerna School of Education of Education. Nevertheless they faced more experienced teams to a wider audience and show what we can do when we have the on the topic of “Legalizing Prostitution” in the first round and on chance to pursue our dreams.” “This House Would Stop All Foreign Oil and Mining Companies in Indonesia” in the second. Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  5. 5. Insights 05Attracting International Attention “Together, creating a new generation of teachers.”Participants at the 13th UNESCO-APEID International The paper was written by Obert Hoseanto, Stien JohannaConference and KERIS-World Bank High Level Seminar on ICT Matakupan, Kartika Yulianti, Susilowaty and Caesilia Ika Widantiin Education listened with interest to a paper presented by and generated considerable discussion among the audienceSampoerna School of Education lecturer Obert Hoseanto on about the Teacher Institute, Sampoerna School of Education’s“the Impact of Pre-Service Teacher Training: A Case Study of a community service division, and its success in conductingTeacher Education Programme in Indonesia”. workshops for 14,000 teachers. Participants also asked about the origin of funding for workshops.Held in the People’s Republic of China’s Hangzhou on October15-17, 2009, the conference attracted over 100 speakers from The closing ceremony was attended by the Minister ofaround the world, including the US, the UK, Spain, Canada, Education of Bangladesh and Deputy Minister of Education ofSouth Africa, Japan, China, South Korea, India, Australia, Laos, along with distinguished officials from Chinese MinistryMalaysia and Indonesia. of Education, the World Bank, UNESCO and KERIS. www.sampoernafoundation.org
  6. 6. 06 Insights Quality Performance Sampoerna Academy Shows More Upshots Faculty and students at Sampoerna Academy schools’ continue to move their schools to ever higher levels. This semester saw the launch of a partnership with one of the leading universities in the U.S. to boost the schools’ standards. Academy students also recorded an outstanding academic performance. Strengthening Partnership Achieving Academic Excellence with International Universities Students at the Sampoerna Academy schools in Malang and Palembang have embraced the opportunity presented to them The Sampoerna Academy schools in Malang and Palembang through their scholarships. Academy students have achieved have agreed to forge a partnership with the US-based Iowa outstanding results in the International General Certificate State University to boost the schools’ international standard and of Secondary Education (IGCSE) mock exams held for grade provide opportunities for students to study at Iowa State. 10 students, including two perfect scores in Mathematics. Other students won interschool titles including the prestigious As part of the partnership, Iowa State will send student teachers Science Writing competition to teach at the Sampoerna Academy schools in Malang and Palembang. Eddy Henry, director of the Academic Program at Putera Sampoerna Foundation, reported that student morale is at “We want to be an integral partner for the Sampoerna School of a peak following their academic success and the leadership Education to help them design the curriculum,” said David Whaley, programs they have undertaken in their first six months at the an associate dean for teacher education in the College of Human Sampoerna Academy boarding schools. Sciences, who directs Iowa State’s Teacher Education Program. Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  7. 7. Insights 07Onward and UpwardEducation Support for UndergraduatesThe Putera Sampoerna Foundation’s support for financially phase were invited to follow the second stage of selection: paneldisadvantaged students is not limited to the Sampoerna interviews and focus group discussions, to assess their integrity,Academy but also extends to other high achievers in motivation, leadership, creativity, and communication skills. AsIndonesia. In 2009/2010 academic year, the Putera Sampoerna part of the final assessment, the Putera Sampoerna Foundation’sFoundation’s National Undergraduate Scholarship Program team visited the residences of the top performers to verify dataawarded full scholarships for six qualified individuals, yet and to confirm their economic background. After passing all thesefinancially disadvantaged, to pursue bachelor’s degrees in processes, six students were selected as the Putera Sampoernaengineering or economics. The scholarship covers registration Foundation Undergraduate Scholars for the 2009 intake.and tuition fees, book and living allowances, internet andresearch allowances and graduation fees. Three of the scholars – Tri Pandu Mulya Permana, Arrina F. Agwizelly and Wilda Siska Dewi – are pursuing theirThere were numerous scholarhip applications received by the undergraduate studies at the University of IndonesiaPutera Sampoerna Foundation. The applicants needed to follow (Universitas Indonesia), while the other three – Anugerahrigorous three-phase selection process held from the end of Firdauzi, Muhammad Wildan Alfian and Muhammad TeguhOctober to November 20, 2009 that involved a paper-based Pratama – have commenced undergraduate studies at theassessment to ensure that the applicants met the academic Bandung Institute of Technology (Institut Teknologi Bandung).and administrative requirements. Those who passed the first www.sampoernafoundation.org
  8. 8. 08 Insights Making a Difference “Save a Teen” Campaign Wins Partner Support Hand in hand helping Indonesia’s 1.5 million non-schooled young people The partner response to the Putera Sampoerna Foundation’s charity event held by Plaza Senayan. The Foundation invited “Save a Teen” campaign has been extraordinary. Launched in artist Nugie and a choir to perform for visitors to Senayan City. the Blitz Megaplex, Grand Indonesia, the campaign aims to save the futureof Indonesian youth by keepping them in school. Another musical event, “The Save a Teen” concert, was held on December 27 with the support of popular singers Vierra, Glenn Partners eagerly donate portions of sales or transaction Fredly and the Metro Band. An auction of the artists’ clothes proceeds, provide places for our donation booths, as well as during the concert raised Rp 50 million for the cause. assist in further campaign to public. Save a Teen Now! Acknowledging the partners’ participation in the campaign, Ibu Interested donors can contribute to the “Save a Teen” campaign Vira Soekardiman, Sales Director for Putera Sampoerna Foundation through BCA account no. 458-300-9992 (Putera Sampoerna presented 34 partners with plaques of appreciation on December Foundation). For more information call (021) 577 2340 or visit 10, 2009. The recipients were Citibank, Standard Chartered Bank, GE www.sampoernafoundation.org Money, Tony Roma’s, Hema Resto, California Pizza Kitchen, Pisa Café & Resto, Amigos, Putt Putt Golf & Games, Papa Ron’s Pizza, Wendy’s, Chopstix, Kemchick, Aston Bandung, Batavia Hotel, Alilla Hotel Jakarta, Parklane Hotel, Grand Flora Hotel, Grand Cemara Hotel, Waterboom Jakarta, Sony Music, Pejaten Village, Mall Kalibata, Mall Taman Anggrek, Margo City Depok, Mall Puri Indah, Cilandak Town Square, Plaza Senayan, Senayan City and Mall Ciputra. The “Save a Teen” campaign was officially launched at Senayan City in Jakarta, on December 14, 2009, in conjunction with a Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  9. 9. Insights 09Hand in Hand with the GovernmentBali and Ogan Ilir Governor witnessed MoU Signing on Construction of Sampoerna Academy in BaliA New Home for Sampoerna AcademyBali Governor Supports Sampoerna Academy OpeningBali Governor I Made Mangku Pastika gave his full support Under the terms of the MOU, the Putera Sampoerna Foundationto the opening of a Sampoerna Academy in the province will provide the curriculum and the teachers and will overseeby providing a plot of land and buildings for the school in the student selection process. The Foundation will work withBuleleng Regency. The governor and Elan Merdy from the partners to provide scholarships for the school’s students.Putera Sampoerna Foundation signed an MOU formalizing this Operations at the Sampoerna Academy in Bali are planned tosupport on October 7, 2009. commence in the 2011-2012 academic year.Partnering for Education ExcellenceOgan Ilir Regency and Bank Sumsel Babel Support Academy ScholarsThree students, Putu Candra Darmansyah, Khofid Mustikayadi and Bapak Ismail of the Regency’s Secondary Education OfficeVera Donna each receives Rp 50 million per year to study at the witnessed the signing with Bapak Tjatur Suharso and his teamSampoerna Academy under a new three-year scholarship program from the Putera Sampoerna Foundation.provided by the Regency of Ogan Ilir and Bank Sumsel Babel. Under the agreement, the Ogan Ilir Regency supports twoBapak Herman, Head of the Education Office at Ogan Ilir Regency scholars, while Bank Sumsel Babel funds one scholar. The threeand Ibu Vira Soekardiman, Sales Director at Putra Sampoerna students study at the Sampoerna Academy school (SMANFoundation, signed the scholarship program agreement on Negeri Sumatera Selatan) in Palembang.December 16, 2009. Mawardi Yahya, Regent of Ogan Ilir and www.sampoernafoundation.org
  10. 10. 10 Partners An Expanding Partnership Standard Chartered Bank to Channel Rp 788 Million for Teachers The program, known as “Teacher’s Professionalism, The People’s Future Program” will be implemented in Bantul and Gunung Kidul. The program was last held in the region in 2008, at which Mr. Simon Morris, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia, and Mrs. Vira Soekardiman, Director of Sales for Putera Sampoerna Foundation, display the MoU time 150 teachers participated. Standard Chartered Bank is one of the Foundation’s most Standard Chartered Bank is continuing to build on the success of committed donors. The Bank disbursed funds through the its partnership with Putera Sampoerna Foundation to improve Foundation to assist in the reconstruction of five elementary the quality of education in the earthquake devastated area of schools destroyed in the Yogyakarta earthquake: SDN 1 Donotirto Yogyakarta. The Bank’s latest commitment is to provide Rp788 Bantul, SDN Ngentak Bantul, SDN 1 Banyusoco Gunungkidul, SDN million to place 120 elementary school teachers in Bantul and Duwet Gunungkidul, and SDN 2 Patuk. Gunung Kidul in a professional development program. Mr. Simon Morris, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia Besides assisting with the renovation and rebuilding of the and Mrs. Vira Soekardiman, Director of Sales for the Putera schools, in March 2008, the Bank also provided scholarships Sampoerna Foundation formalized the agreement by signing to 500 elementary, junior and senior high school students and an MOU on December 2, 2009. university students who were affected by the earthquake. Back to School Deutsche Bank Supports TETra and PETra Deutsche Bank will fund Teacher Effectiveness Training (TETra) and Principal Effectiveness Training (PETra) in the Province of Nusa Tenggara Barat as part of the Bank’s continuing support of professional development for teachers. The TETra and PETra programs are an extension of the “Adopt a Teacher” program held in the province in 2008. Teachers and principals participate in a series of project-based learning workshops that began in November 2009 and will finish in March 2010. Of the 32 schools in the province, 15 passed the selection process and are participating in the program. The TETra and PETra programs are supported by the education offices of Mataram and Lombok Barat. Workshop activities Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  11. 11. Partners 11Adopting TeachersMCL Supports ProfessionalDevelopmentMobil Cepu Ltd. (MCL) supported the “Adopt a Teacher” programheld on December 8-11, 2009 in Tuban, East Java. A total of 90teachers participated in the professional development program The teachers in classroom activitieswhich exposes them to new knowledge and insight.The “Adopt a Teacher” program gives participants the opportunity The program is followed by a Monitoring and Evaluation phase, andto explore the latest ideas in three different topics: Becoming a the results will form the basis for proposals for the next program:Professional Teacher; Managing a Supportive Learning Environment; Teacher and Principal Effectiveness Training.and Planning an Engaging Learning Experience. Learning continueseven after the workshop, as participants are encouraged to share The “Adopt a Teacher” program aims at improving the quality oftheir knowledge through the Musyawarah Guru Mata Pelajaran education in Indonesia. 390 participants from Bojonegoro and(MGMP) or Subject Teacher Working Group. Blora have joined the program to date.Selecting The Best40 Students Win CovetedBeasiswa Astro Kasih ScholarshipsForty coveted Beasiswa Astro Kasih scholarships have been awardedfollowing a rigorous selection process comprising paper assessments,interviews and focus group discussions.92 applicants from seven universities around Indonesia appliedfor the awards, with 55 passing to the second round of interviews.13 candidates, from the University of Indonesia, the Gadjah MadaUniversity and the Bandung Institute of Technology, participated inthe final selection process at the Sampoerna School of Educationin Jakarta on December 10, 2009. The other 42, from the Udayana Candidates posed together after the sessionUniversity, the Surabaya Institute of Technology and the University ofAirlangga, attended interviews at the Udayana University, Bali The winners were announced on January 2010: a complete list isThroughout the selection process, the panel of judges looked posted on the Putera Sampoerna Foundation website.for qualities of leadership, vision, motivation to succeed, socialawareness, adaptability, integrity and self confidence before choosing The scholarships enable these high-performing students to continuethe final 40 scholarship winners. their academic careers and proceed toward graduation in the confidence that their financial situation is secure. www.sampoernafoundation.org
  12. 12. 12 Partners Supporting an Educational Heritage Trada Provides Scholarships to Bali’s Oldest High School The Trada Welfare Foundation in partnership with the Putera Sampoerna Foundation awarded scholarship to five students at SMAN 1 Singaraja, Bali, in November 2009. These students are high achievers of this Bali’s oldest public high school, yet According to 2006 data from BPS Education Statistics, more they face financial difficulties. than 13 million children aged between 7-18 years did not go to school in Indonesia. In Bali, Ministry of Education statistics for “Working with the Putera Sampoerna Foundation, which has 2007/2008 showed that more than 9,300 children could not the network and experience to improve quality of and access to continue their education to secondary school level. education, we are optimistic that this program is on-target and constructive,” said Gusde Suryadi, chairman of Trada Welfare “Putera Sampoerna Foundation fully understands the complex Foundation. “The program will benefit not only the scholarship problem of education in this country. Such complexity requires recipients themselves, but also the people of Singaraja and a strong commitment from society to move forward in scholarship beneficiaries in other regions.” improving the quality of and access to education,” said Steven Audy Luntungan of Putera Sampoerna Foundation. “We are The scholarship awards in Bali are part of a one-year hopeful that the initiative and the extraordinary commitment scholarship program to support 40 high school students of the Trada Welfare Foundation can be followed by others in four Indonesian provinces: Bali, Central Sulawesi, East and help realize our goal of providing access to a standardized, Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan. good quality Indonesian education.” Guaranteeing Graduation Bank Sumsel Babel Meets Beneficiaries Bank Sumsel Babel in Palembang , one of Sampoerna Academy’s biggest partners, donated over Rp 900 million to beneficiaries at a special meet-up event on 2 October 2009. A total of 15 sponsored students from several regencies in South Sumatera participated in the event and had the opportunity to chat with the Bank’s Board of Directors, President Director Asfan Fikri Sanaf , and Chief Financial Officer for the Putera Sampoerna Foundation, Stefanus Aryawan. The scholarships ensure that financially disadvantaged high school students from the region can graduate by providing funding for up to three years. Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  13. 13. Partners 13Face to FaceYayasan Oke Peduli BangsaMeets ScholarsScholars at the SMAN 113 in East Jakarta welcomedcoordinators from the Yayasan Oke Peduli Bangsa (YOPB),the Putera Sampoerna Foundation scholarship program thatprovides their funding, on 10 November 2009. CoordinatorsNina Marliana and Siska Rengka were greeted with warmth andexcitement by the beneficiaries, who enthusiastically promisedto keep on studying hard and pursuing their dreams.Established in 2007, YOPB has supported a total of 722elementary to high school students throughout Indonesia.The Big Easy in Banda AcehAsian Pacific American Society of New Orleans FundsAcehnese Teacher Training “Unsyiah Labschool high school is grateful for the Society’s donation,” said Principal Dr. Usman Kasim, M.Ed. “This is just the training we need. We hope this program can provide a new perspective on how to manage schools in a constructive and effective manner.” The 18-month training program focuses on leadership, school management, and teacher training and includes curriculum development and problem-based learning strategies. After taking part in the training program, Unsyiah Labschool high school is expected to become the main laboratory and set an example for other schools in Aceh. “The development of management capacity, administration,The Asian Pacific American Society of New Orleans has and leadership as well as organizing relevant and challengingprovided more than $63,000 through the Putera Sampoerna teaching experience is the main goal of this training series,”Foundation to train teachers and improve management and said Kenneth J. Cock, director of the Sampoerna Foundationteaching standards at Banda Aceh’s Syah Kuala University Teacher Institute. “After taking part in the training program,(Unsyiah) Labschool high school. Some 20 teachers and school Unsyiah Labschool high school can become the main laboratoryadministrators attended a training session last October. and set an example for other schools in Aceh.” www.sampoernafoundation.org
  14. 14. 14 News & Event Winner of General Public Category Winner of Journalist Category “Sokola Rimba” | Heriyadi Asyari “Ke Sekolah (Porong)” | Taufan W General Public Category Journalist Category Journalist Category “Menerjang Banjir” | Mathias Japri “Mengantar Cucu” | Agus Susanto “Angelia Ondoafo” | Imal General Public Category Journalist Category Journalist Category “Semangat ke Sekolah” | Justen Hilli “Tetap Semangat | Teguh Windharto “Sekolah Kami” | Arie Basuki General Public Category General Public Category Journalist Category “Potret Ceria” | Oki Lutfi “PKL” | Purwanto “KBM Terhenti” | Sutanta Aditya Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  15. 15. News & Event 15 Worth 1000 Words National Geographic Indonesia Raises Education Awareness throughWijaya Photo Competition National Geographic Indonesia and the Putera Sampoerna Foundation collaborated to increase public and media awareness of Indonesia’s current education situation and Journalist Category issues through a photo competition themed “Education in “Hafal Al-quran” | Junaidi Mulieng Indonesia Caught on Camera” in December 2009. The competition was open to two categories of entrant: Journalist Category media and general public. More than 2,000 photos were “Membantu Guru” | Junaidi submitted to a panel of judges comprising National Geographic Indonesia Senior Editor Tantyo Bangun, Putera Sampoerna Foundation Representatives Yosafat Erie and Lukito, and Ilham from HAI magazine. The judges had to General Public Category select and shortlist the submissions to only 40 top photos “Beranikah.....???” | Anang Christian for exhibition at the Pejaten Village Mall, South Jakarta on December 17-27, 2009. At an award night, held on December 22, 2009 at the exhibition location the judges team declared the winner in each category. Taufan Wijaya of Tribun media won the media category with “Ke Sekolah (Porong).” The general competition was won by Heriyadi Asyari with “Sokola Rimba”. More General Public Category Journalist Category information on the winners is available at http://fotokita. “Transfer ilmu” | Oki Lutfi “Al Quran Braille” | Badrus Yudosuseno net/kontes/potret-pendidikan/ www.sampoernafoundation.org
  16. 16. 16 News & Event Beyond Certification Putera Sampoerna Foundation Discusses Teacher Certification Law In conjunction with Teacher’s Day on November 24, 2009, the and Bambang Wisudo of the Education Coalition argued that, Putera Sampoerna Foundation held a media briefing at the for educators, certification has no impact on teaching quality Sampoerna School of Education to discuss teacher certification because certified teachers only receive more welfare benefits. as regulated by Law Number 20/2003. Three speakers Phenomenon of teachers “aiming for certificate” may lead to representing government and the NGO Education Coalition teachers overlooking their key function as intellectual entity joined Dr. Paulina Pannen of Sampoerna School of Education with the leading role in nurturing high quality Indonesians. and around two dozen teachers at the event. “While teacher certification is not a sovereign cure for the many Dr. Suparno, Head of Elementary and Special Education at the complex issues that affect the quality of education in Indonesia, Ministry of National Education, said that the teacher certification it nevertheless opens the door to other initiatives that more program aims to increase the professionalism of teachers and, directly address the problem. We need to think not only in therefore improve the quality of education. However, Lody Paat terms of the process of initial teacher certification but on the course of professional development that educators must follow in order to maintain their certified status,” said Paulina Pannen. “ Teachers’ welfare had to be met, while teachers had to be selected from a pool of talented educators who had the passion to inspire and transform their students.” Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  17. 17. News & Event 17Out and AboutBuilding Managers Provide Complimentary Space forPutera Sampoerna Foundation Booths awareness of the need for all Indonesian’s to have access to a quality education. Thanks to the support of the property managers, the Foundation was able to run a promotional roadshow from October to December last year at locations around Jakarta, building awareness of the Foundation, its programs and the many donors that support our work. From October 5 to 9, the Foundation operated an awareness booth at the Gedung Lina office building in Kuningan, South Jakarta where visitors could learn more about the Putera Sampoerna Foundation’sThe Gedung Lina building and the Kalibata Pejaten Village and activities and sign up as individual donors. From November 1-14 wePuri Indah Malls have all provided their support for the Putera were at the Puri Indah Mall in West Jakarta, and we also operatedSampoerna Foundation’s efforts to raise public awareness Awareness booths at Kalibata Mall from December 2-16, 2009 andof its programs, achievements and challenges by providing at the new Pejaten Village Mall from December 18-25.complimentary space for promotional booths. Pejaten Village was also the venue for a display of the winningGetting face to face with the general public is an important entries into the “Education in Indonesia Caught on Camera”part of the Putera Sampoerna Foundation’s goal of raising exhibition from December 17-27 (see earlier story).Going DigitalPutera SampoernaFoundation Opens NewCommunication ChannelsThe Putera Sampoerna Foundation has enhanced its onlinepresence as part of the effort to share information in a moredirect and personal way to a wider audience.The Foundation regularly publishes and updates informationabout recent activities through Sampoerna Foundation Facebook To facilitate donor contributions, The Putera Sampoernapage and Twitter feed at @psfoundation. Foundation have also launched an online payment system through PayPal at http://www.sampoernafoundation.org/The social media initiative aims to generate more awareness of en/Donate/. This complements the existing donation channelthe need to improve the Indonesian education system. It is hoped via BCA bank account, Yayasan Putera Sampoerna, accountthat these new platforms will help people communicate with the number 458-300-9992. Donors can also continue to contact usFoundation on the issues that matter to them, including education. via email at info@sampoernafoundation.org www.sampoernafoundation.org
  18. 18. 18 News & Event Strike! Donors Underline Commitment at Bowling Event On October 21, 2009 corporate and individual partners and media representatives joined Putera Sampoerna Foundation staffs for a Fun Bowling event at Senayan Sportainment Bowling, Jakarta. The event helped to strengthen bonds between Foundation staffs and partners. All participants showed great enthusiasm and also raised funds by collecting money from bowlers who failed to dislodge a single pin. All funds collected were channeled through the Foundation to support Padang Earthquake victims. The event was so successful that it is now planned to hold it annually. “I am very happy today, not only because I won the best striker, but also because we are all united in our concern for the betterment “... we are all united in our concern for of Indonesia,” said Gusde Suryadi from Yayasan Sejahtera Trada. the betterment of Indonesia.” Gusde Suryadi from Yayasan Sejahtera Trada “We are very thankful to all our partners who have been with us throughout this year. We hope that others will follow their example in providing greater access for all to a high quality education in Indonesia,” said Deden Rochmawaty, Head of Corporate Sales for the Foundation. Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  19. 19. News & Event 19Building Wider NetworksPutera Sampoerna Foundation Attends CSRAsia SummitPutera Sampoerna Foundation sent a delegation to attend the “...Forward thinking corporateCorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Asia Summit in KualaLumpur, Malaysia, on October 26-29, 2009. Attended by 400 leaders recognize that their ability todelegates from corporations, non-governmental organizations grow their business in a sustainableand education institutions, the event is boasted as the largestannual regional CSR event in Asia Pacific. manner is intimately connected with the types of CSR activity theyFor the Foundation, the conference presented an opportunityto build relationships and share experiences with other undertake.”institutions and also to expand corporate partnerships. Whilethe focus of the Summit was the environment, following theUN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, thetopic of education also attracted the attention of delegates. www.sampoernafoundation.org
  20. 20. 20 News & Event Speaking Out National Leaders Offer Testimonials for Putera Sampoerna Foundation PSAs Putera Sampoerna Foundation would like to acknowledge the Bait Al Kamil PSA: support of a number of distinguished individuals who provided • GKR Hemas, Member of the Indonesian Senate testimonials for the Foundation’s Public Service Advertisement • Dr. Anies Baswedan, Chancellor of Paramadina University videos produced between October and December 2009. • K.H Mustofa Bisri (Gus Mus), a religious figure The videos, which were developed with support from Rosiana Teacher’s Day PSA: Silalahi of Rosi Inc., highlighted the need to support educational • Susan Bachtiar, celebrity teacher development in Indonesia and featured the following people: • Rian and Rosi, Founder of Kartini Emergency School • Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Governor of Yogyakarta Save a Teen PSA: Special Autonomous Region • Gita Wirjawan, Chairman of Investment Coordination Board Republic of Indonesia • Hj. Melanie Leimena Suharli, Vice Chairperson of People’s “ The success of all our endeavors Consultative Assembly depends on the support and encouragement of our many committed partners.” Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  21. 21. Strategic Partner News 21Alms for EducationBait Al Kamil Nurtures Future Leaders Bait Al Kamil is an alms institution established by the Putera Sampoerna Foundation to nurture future Moslem leaders that are competent and of high moral caliber through quality Islamic education.For its functions, Bait Al Kamil has secured a formal licenseapproved by the National Religious Body (BAZNAS).Between June and December 2009 Bait Al Kamil raised Rp110,070,363 before distributing funds to the following recipients: Giving alms to Padang Earthquake survivors at the office of Padang’s Vice Mayor• Rp 7,200,000 to 12 underprivileged students from the Raudhatul Thalibin Islamic School in Rembang in October 2009. This school is led by K.H. Mustofa Bisri (Gus Mus), a prominent Islamic leader.• Rp 50,000,000 to 100 student survivors of the Padang “To channel religious giving and earthquake, awarded by Padang Vice Mayor Mr. Mahyeldi general funds for a plural and Ansharullah, S.P., on December 16, 2009. peaceful Islam.”The rest of funds will be projected for the next programs in 2010. www.sampoernafoundation.org
  22. 22. 22 List of Contributors Corporate IDR 1.000.000 - 5.000.000 Alia Risyamaya Dewi Le Nie Lili Kurnia Contributors Anggis Rakhmi Ichsan Linda Aram Kaleva Linda Yanuar Tandjung Arfy Frisnanto Lomar Dasika BHP Billiton Ario Widiyanto M. Uluan Amirta Bank Tabungan Negara Budi Mulyono M.Kurniawan Clariant Indonesia,PT Catharina Palupi Ari Dewi Marcelany Direct Vision,PT Chandrika Purwarini Margaretha Dewa Kadek Widhinugraha Marsal Irwan Masita ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc. Dewi Asrining Puri Mira Pratiwi Give 2 Asia Febriny Rimenta Misda Falah H.M Sampoerna,PT Hanny Tanumihardja Nataya Vidasagita Mercy Relief Johan Effendy Nia Sabrina Pemerintah Kota Prabumulih Johannes Winoto Pandeka Perkasa Sampoerna Agro Johnny Tan Poedji Churniawan Suryamas Dutamakmur,PT Karina Mochtar APIN Putu A F Andriyani Weda Bay Nickel Melania Eka Widra D Raja Asdi Mila Wijaya Kusuma Ratih Sukma Wirdhani Yayasan Oke Peduli Bangsa Mirza Windisari Reda Gaudiamo Moh Syafri Pontoh Redho Yhophansa Muttaqiem Siregar Renny Suprianti Mythia Bachsin Restiawati Retail Nathalie Reagan Halim Rhensi Margareth Hutapea Ridwan Tjitradjaja Contributors Richard Mondong Riyanti Hidayat Rita Marina Rizal Arsyad Riyanda Taswar Rizki Imam Ardhi Aston Braga Hotel Ryana Kharismawati Rosalia Bank Mega Siswanda Suharli Rosalia Heny Chrismawati Batavia Hotel Sudihardjo Yefri Rosita Blizt Megaplex Wiwiek Ayuningsih Sandro Aquino Yuliantina Wangsawiguna Sri Widyastuti California Pizza Kitchen Sri Mulyati Rahayu Chopstix Restaurant Stella Maris Yappy Cilandak Town Square IDR < 1.000.000 Sugiyatun Gedung Lina A. Mira Duhita Suhaimi Ganda Grand Flora Hotel Adriani Wilya Dwi P Sutarto Wiryo Hema Resto Agung Ismoyo Tan Melan Kalibata Mall Alexander Abimanyu Tarasanti Anindya Kem Chicks Kemang Andi Eridanie Tarita A. Lubis Andre Yunito Theresia Gerungan S Menara Peninsula Anindita Rahardjo Tjen Kim Joeng Pejaten Village Arief Karim Trifosa Selia Indadanila Plaza Senayan Bajo Kusuma Hendarto Vissy Vandiya Puri Indah Mall Bimo Widhi Nugroho Wahyu Dyah Amuntai Red & White Publishing Brady Yahya Permana Sampoerna Legacy Book Budi Suryanto Yufinah Sutharia Score Cecillia Hidayat Yulian Setyadi Senayan City Chika Wardhani Christian Lisardi The Park Lane Hotel Tony Raka Citra Savitri Becoming Tony Roma’s Restaurant Cyntia K Desy Arfianti Contributors Vinoti iving Dian Saraswati We welcome your participation and commitment to suport the Doni AS work of Putera Sampoerna Foundation. If you would like to become Eridanie Zulv Erin Supriyanti a sponsor and need further information about our program, please Fendi Kenny contact us: Individual Francisca Woon Glaudy Hendarsa info@sampoernafoundation.org Contributors Hanindyo Putro IR if you would like to make a direct donation, please send it to: Hendra Cahyono Yayasan Putera Sampoerna Hian Ni IDR > 5.000.000 Bank: ABN Amro, Juanda Jakarta Indra Hastoadi Andrini Hendrayani Istiadi Wijaya A/C: 36 0052 3484 or 36 0052 3508 (USD) Etza Anyasamova J. Prima Thamarina Enggi James Tsang Bank: Kathleen C. Liem Jastin Iskandar BCA, KCP Bursa Efek - Jakarta Rio Rido Juliana Wisupeno Rita Suzanna Theodore A/C: 458 300 7914 Juliani Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  23. 23. New Partners 23California Pizza KitchenCalifornia Pizza Kitchen donated 10 percent from each individual pizza and pasta dishsold to the Putera Sampoerna Foundation’s “Save a Teen” program.Gedung LinaGedung Lina is an office building located in the prime CBD area of Kuningan, SouthJakarta. Gedung Lina partnered with the Foundation to provide complimentary spacefor the Foundation’s awareness booth for a week on October 6-9, 2009.Kalibata MallLocated in South Jakarta, this mall provided free space for the Foundation to operate anawareness booth for two weeks, on December 2-16, 2009.Pejaten VillageThe new Pejaten Village provided considerable support to the Foundation’s mission toadvance education in the country. The mall lent its second floor to the Foundation for theIndonesia’s Education Caught on Camera photo exhibition on December 18-25, 2009. Themall has also committed to continuing the partnership until next year’s awareness program.Prabumulih City GovernmentThe local government of Prabumulih city in South Sumatra partnered with the Foundation byfunding a scholarship of Rp 50 million per child per year for five scholars for three years. Thefunds are delivered through the Putera Sampoerna Foundation.Puri Indah MallLocated in West Jakarta, the mall partnered with the Foundation by giving acomplimentary space for the Foundation’s awareness booth in November 1-14, 2009.The partnership will continue to the next awareness program.Tony Roma’sThe US-based ribs restaurant donated 10 percent from each Charity Set Lunch sold to thePutera Sampoerna Foundation’s “Save a Teen” program. www.sampoernafoundation.org
  24. 24. 24 Partners Galleries Education Program Partners Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  25. 25. Partners Galleries 25Student Loan PartnersStrategic AlliancesMedia PartnersInternship Provision Partnership www.sampoernafoundation.org
  26. 26. 26 Financial Highlights 2009’s Fourth Quarter Financial Highlights In the fourth quarter of 2009 contributions to Putera Sampoerna Foundation increased by 34% compared to the previous quarter, with every sector showing growth. Money was rapidly distributed to the recipients, with fund disbursements increasing by 49% compared to the third quarter of 2009. The Foundation maintains a healthy balance of more than Rp 162 million to start 2010. CONTRIBUTIONS & EARNINGS USD IDR (In 000) SOURCE OF SUPPORT AND INCOME Putera Sampoerna 8,563,005 80,492,250 14.08 % 43.78 % Institutional Contributors 8,129,632 76,418,542 0.58 % Individual Contributors 112,582 1,058,274 Other Income 2,754,293 25,890,353 TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS & EARNINGS 19,559,513 183,859,419 EXPENSES : USD IDR (In 000) 41.56 % PSF-Sponsored Program Expenses Scholarship Program Expenses 1,713,225 16,104,319 Putera Sampoerna Institutional Contribution Sampoerna School of Education 996,868 9,370,558 Individual Contribution Other Income SF - Teacher Institute 752,195 7,070,632 Sampoerna SBM - ITB 479,538 4,507,662 PSF SPONSORED PROGRAM EXPENSES Sampoerna Academy 414,399 3,895,354 SF - School Development 341,037 3,205,746 12.03 % 2.06 % 31.33 % Student Loan 112,765 1,059,993 6.24 % Others Non Scholarsip Programs* 657,603 6,181,464 7.58 % Total PSF Sponsored Program Expenses 5,467,631 51,395,729 Donor-Sponsored Programs 8.77 % School Reconstruction, SF-USP, Sampoerna Academy, Computer Donation, Teacher 13.76 % 18.23 % 3,082,772 28,978,053 Knowledge and Resource Centre Program- PT HM Sampoerna Tbk. Scholarship Program Expenses School Construction & Educators Quality 335,677 3,155,367 Improvement Program - Sampoerna Agro Sampoerna School of Education SF USP - ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc. SF Teacher Institute 209,719 1,971,357 (EMOI) Sampoerna SBM ITB Adopt a Teacher Program- Mobil Cepu Ltd. 180,245 1,694,300 Sampoerna Academy (MCL) SF School Development Teacher Education and Training in Aceh (TETRA) & Teacher Education Scholarship 143,676 1,350,559 Student Loan Program (TES) - Credit Suisse Foundation Others Non Scholarship Programs Putera Sampoerna Foundation 4th Quarter Report 2009
  27. 27. Financial Highlights 27 Teacher Training and School Construction DONORS SPONSORED 119,165 1,120,153 - Deutsche Bank PROGRAM EXPENSES Scholarships, School Reconstruction and 1.27 % Adopt a Teacher Program - Standard 114,208 1,073,557 1.03 % 8.64 % 1.25 % Chartered Bank 62.40 % 1.43 % Scholarships - Astro 82,149 772,199 1.66 % 2.31% Education Quality Improvement Program 2.91 % 70,575 663,403 - Mercy Relief 2.41 % Scholarships - Perum Pegadaian 62,860 590,881 3.65% 4.25 % Scholarships - Yayasan Oke Peduli Bangsa 61,707 580,044 Sampoerna Academy - Bank Sumsel Babel 50,935 478,784 6.79 % Other Sponsored Programs** 426,629 4,010,317 School Reconstruction, SF USP, Sampoerna Academy, Computer Donation, Teacher Knowleedge and Total Donors-Sponsored Programs 4,940,316 46,438,973 Resource Center Program PT HM Sampoerna School Construction & Educators Quality Improvement Program Sampoerna Agro Total Program Expenses 10,407,947 97,834,701 SF USP ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc. (EMOI) Adopt a Teacher Program Mobil Cepu Ltd. (MCL) General & Admin Expenses 4,459,970 41,923,718 Teacher Education and Training in Aceh (TETRA) & Fundraising Expenses 102,517 963,661 Teacher Education Scholarship Program (TES) Credit Suisse Foundation TOTAL EXPENSES 14,970,434 140,722,080 Teacher Training and School Construction Deutche Bank Scholarships, School Reconstruction and Adopt a Increase (Decrease) in Net Asset 4,589,079 43,137,339 Teacher Program Standard Chartered Bank Scholarships - Astro Net Asset, Opening Balance 12,682,864 119,218,923 Education Quality Improvement Program - Mercy Relief NET ASSET, FINAL BALANCE 17,271,943 162,356,262 Scholarships - Perum Pegadaian Scholarships - Yayasan Oke Peduli Bangsa* Consists of Alumni Affairs, Research and Program Development, SEER (School Establishment & Education Sampoerna Academy - Bank Sumsel Babel Recovery Program), and Alms Services Unit - or Unit Pelayanan Zakat (UPZ) of Bait Al-Kamil Other Sponsored Programs** Consists of donor-sponsored programs worth 1% of total donor-sponsored program expenses HOW WE USE OUR FUNDS 0.69 % 69.52 % 29.79 % Program Expenses General & Adm Expenses Fundraising www.sampoernafoundation.org
  28. 28. Sampoerna Strategic Square, North Tower , 27th floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45, Jakarta 12930 Telp. (62-21) 577 2340 Fax. (61-21) 577 2341 E-mail: info@sampoernafoundation.org website: www.sampoernafoundation.org
  29. 29. DONOR’S DATAFax to:Sales Department - Putera Sampoerna FoundationSampoerna Strategic Square North Tower, 27th floorJl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45, Jakarta 12930Fax. (62-21) 577 2341, E-mail: info@sampoernafoundation.orgName : ........................................................................................................................................................DOB : .............................................. Sex : M FAddress : ........................................................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................................................Phone : ................................................................................ Mobile: .........................................................E-mail : .......................................................................................................................................................Occupation : ....................................................................................................................................................... Student Entrepreneur Employee Housewife Other ........................................................................My contribution: Rp 600,000,- / month (2 junior high school & 2 senior high school students) Rp 900,000,- / month (3 junior high school & 3 senior high school students) Rp 1,200,000,- / month (4 junior high school & 4 senior high school students) Other amount : Rp. ................................................................................Donation Method I will transfer via ATM I will pay in cash Yayasan Putera Sampoerna BCA KCP BEJ No. rekening: 458-300-9992 Please autodebit to my credit card I authorize Putera Sampoerna Foundation to debit my credit card Rp ............................................ every month with data as follows: Name on Card : ......................................................................................................................Issuing Bank : ......................................................................................................................Card Number : ......................................................................................................................Card expiry date : ......................................................................................................................Signature : ......................................................................................................................** Please fax this form to (62-21) 577 2341 or send us email with the above information to info@sampoernafoundation.orgFax to:Sales Department - Putera Sampoerna FoundationSampoerna Strategic Square North Tower, 27th floorJl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45, Jakarta 12930Fax. (62-21) 577 2341, E-mail: info@sampoernafoundation.orgI would like to receive further updates. Please send program information to :Name : .........................................................................................................................Address : ......................................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................................Phone : ........................................................................................................................E-mail : ........................................................................................................................
  30. 30. Sampoerna Strategic Square, North Tower , 27th floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45, Jakarta 12930 Telp. (62-21) 577 2340 Fax. (61-21) 577 2341 E-mail: info@sampoernafoundation.org website: www.sampoernafoundation.org Sampoerna Strategic Square, North Tower , 27th floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 45, Jakarta 12930 Telp. (62-21) 577 2340 Fax. (61-21) 577 2341 E-mail: info@sampoernafoundation.org website: www.sampoernafoundation.org

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