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How We Work

Here are our divisions and programmes ...

Education & Community Development

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Since 2001, EduNation Outreach Programme (ENOP) ensures access to education and provides thousands of scholarships to disadvantaged and poverty stricken children in 500 schools every year.


Launched in 2009, the Innovative Schools Programme (ISP) improves the quality of education and educational experiences of students in Indonesia in the single most effective way possible; by improving teacher quality.

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Since 2007, the Mobile Library Programme (MLP) provides library facilities and books along with literacy support to disadvantaged communities. Particularly in poorer areas, libraries are nonexistent even at the school level.

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The Technology Integration in Education Programme (TIEP) provides a holistic solution to the challenges of remote and digital learning while simultaneously improving the resiliency of the educational system through the integration of technology in learning.

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The Individuals with Disabilities Education and Assistance (IDEA) Programme and its One World event was created in 2011 to help bring together individuals, businesses, and community organizations in Indonesia in supporting individuals with disabilities and special needs.



The Integrated Health Programme (IHP), created in 2010, provides various public health and hygiene initiatives to schools, clinics, and communities through the training and educating of mothers, children, teachers and nurses.

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Since 2003, the Food Rescue Programme (FRP) works together with the Jakarta Hotels Association to secure prepared and perishable food from 40 four and five star hotels in Jakarta to distribute to hungry and malnourished people in the scavenger communities in and around Jakarta.

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The Livelihood Resiliency Programme (LRP) delivers personal protective equipment (PPE) along with health education to vulnerable communities while providing a stable source of income to families through skills training in the creation of PPE.


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