Brief History

  • 2000 - Emmanuel Foundation (Yayasan Emmanuel) founded and the Immanuel Orphanage Home (PAI) is created in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia.

  • 2001 - Establishment of the Educational Outreach Programme (OP) in the Bogor and Greater Bogor area for 7 scholarship recipients.

  • 2002 - Establishment of the Nicolas Orphanage Home (PAN); OP serves the DKI Jakarta area, first annual Outreach Gathering - OP scholarship recipients total 100.

  • 2003 - Establishment of the Health Services Programme (HSP) and the Food Rescue Programme (FRP) in Jakarta for 2 scavenger communities; first graduates from PAI pursue further education and careers; OP serves the Sukabumi and Bandung areas - OP scholarship recipients total 450.

  • 2004 - Establishment of the Water Programme (WP) in Jakarta; HSP and FRP first quarterly "Baksos" initiative - 12 scavenger communities are served; OP scholarship recipients total 620.

  • 2005 - Consolidation of the 6 programmes into 2 divisions: Education and Homes & Community Services (HCSD); strengthening of the foundation and its constituents; HCSD focuses on 6 core communities; FRP over 100,000 food beneficiaries; OP scholarship recipients total 1,472.

  • 2006 - FRP participating hotels total 11; Yogyakarta and Central Java Earthquake Relief & Recovery work with over 16 tons of primary needs provided to victims; OP serves the Tegal and Banten area - OP scholarship recipients total 1,789.

  • 2007 - Establishment of the Mobile Library Programme (MLP) for the Bogor and Greater Bogor area providing 1,300 books to schools and village communities; HSP with over 15,000 patients on database temporarily on hold due to new government regulations; HCSD provides relief aid to 10 scavenger communities affected by severe Jakarta floods; Yogyakarta and Central Java Relief & Recovery work completed with 111 houses rebuilt; OP supports 500 schools and scholarship recipients total 2,000.

  • 2008 - Completion of the YE Sentul Home & Learning Center; MLP works with 10 schools and communities providing 1,800 books to 4,500 children and their mothers; MLP's Book Bound (BB) initiative is launched to provide a micro-library system through books in backpacks for 3 remote schools and their surrounding communities; Nutrition Education Programme (NEP) is launched under the umbrella of the OP to provide nutrition and nutrition education to disadvantaged primary school students.

  • 2009 - Establishment of the Innovative Schools Programme (ISP) in collaboration with international schools to improve the quality of education and teaching at 2 pilot schools; FRP participating four and five hotels total 12 and rescues over 250 tons of food to over 500,000 beneficiaries; OP's NEP collaborates with a total of 10 primary schools to provide nutritional support; WP is spun off into a separate and independent organization solely focusing on water and sanitation; OP's Young Entrepreneurs pilot initiative launched to help potential entrepreneurs graduating from high school - OP alumni total 700 graduates.

  • 2010 - Establishment of the Integrated Health Programme (IHP) to focus on training and capacity-building for students, teachers and village clinic coordinators in Jakarta; 

  • 2011 - Establishment of the Individuals with Disabilities Education and Assistance (IDEA) programme to provide deeper and long-term support for students and individuals with disabilities and special needs in DKI Jakarta and throughout West Java;

  • 2012 - MLP begins its collaboration and support of a home for neglected senior citizens - over 52,000 children and mothers visit and participate in the library;

  • 2013 - IDEA creates One World, the first ever expo event for individuals with disabilities and special needs in Indonesia; FRP rescues and delivers over 250 tons of food;

  • 2014 - FRP over 1 million food beneficiaries.

  • 2015 - MLP over 100,000 children and mothers visit and participate in the library;

  • 2016 - ISP over 200 graduates; MLP over 3,000 library members;

  • 2017 - NEP Joy Schools Programme initiative launched in primary schools in Jakarta to provide regular access to proper nutrition while nurturing organic school gardens and education; FRPrescues and delivers over 400 tons of food; ISP over 60 schools complete the programme

  • 2018 - FRP over 1.5 million food beneficiaries. ISP over 600 graduates.

  • 2019 - ISP over 130 schools complete the programme with over 49,500 students impacted annually - annual capacity is increased to 360 per incoming class.

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