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Vision Mission

Core Values


A world filled with joyful and grateful people living out of poverty with compassion for others and their lives. To change lives by harnessing the compassion and commitment of dedicated staff and volnteers to deliver sustainable, high impact service to empower poor and needy communities. Our goal in delivering services to the needy in the areas of Health, Education, Disaster and Community Development. We deliver the services with integrity to the Core Values and Beliefs:

Accountability, Compassion, Respect, Hard Work, Unity, Learning Attitude, Pure Motivation, Flexibility and Sustainability.

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Who we are Profile and history

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With a simple mission to love the poor, a free medical clinic was set up to serve vulnerable fisherman families in Muara Baru, North Jakarta in 1994, when HOPE worldwide Indonesia was established. We are affiliated with HOPE worldwide, an NGO (Non Governmental Organization) based in Wayne, PA (USA). We serve close to one million people annually in developing countries across the globe, such as India, Malaysia, Cambodia, Russia, Afghanistan, Kenya, Nigeria, Philippines, Mexico, Jamaica, Pakistan, Guatemala, Honduras, Bulgaria, Hungary, as well as developed countries like England, Singapore, Hong Kong, USA, Canada and Australia. We committed to the same motto:

“Bringing hope, Changing lives.�

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Letter From Country Director Lily Ham Dear friends of HOPE worldwide Indonesia, Greetings! So many things happened since “We are the future” launched in 2007. In five years’ time of campaign, collaboration from school students, professionals, parents, institutions, governments, companies, has made the dream for one million children in Indonesia to receive health and education services come to reality. It seems impossible when we do it ourselves, but it becomes so possible when hand in hand with sincerity, passion and discipline; we respect each other, serve one child after another. The fruits of what we plant begin to grow and glow. Thanks to all of you, who already give your hearts, talents, time, thoughts, and efforts… The need is still there, the war has not ended, but it’s time to celebrate... to look back and thank God and everyone for the hard work and the lives changed, to give us hope to move to another chapter beyond what we can see today. 2012 could not bring a great harvest if it was not because of God and you, who are willing to do all the process from dreaming to achieving. We can’t celebrate this without you. Thank you for all your hardwork and support, that through 2007-2012, we could serve: 1.031.000 children in 15 cities in Indonesia. One of them is Hanna, our queen in the orphanage, who went through so many difficulties, failures, disappointments in her childhood none of us want to go through. Rejected by her own mother an hour after her birth, born without a cleft palate and heart problem, went through several major surgeries, born as a Special Needs child, rejected and bullied by friends at school, with short memory, stiff when eager and upset, and many other emotional and physical challenges she needs to cope at her young age. But through your love, through so many of you, Hanna now can learn life skills together with her Special Needs friends; though not every day, learn painting from one of the “gurus” in painting near the orphanage, and soon will join formal school with a shadow teacher. It’s all by the grace of God and the love you give continuously, that Hanna can experience lesser hardship. Some of you become her feet, some become her hands, eyes, heart, parents, siblings, that the orphanage can’t provide, yet you are there for her through your support in so many ways. Thank you that Hanna can find her brighter future and become one of the futures for Indonesia’s next generation. Again... on behalf of Hanna and other Hannas like her, I’d like to thank you for all the support you shared with us in the past five years through “We are the future” campaign. The memorable moments won’t go in vain but will be treasured deep in each and every child’s heart for a glimpse of better future in their childhood….

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Management Team L to R - William, Rina, Mindo, Marsidi, Merry, Lily, Awiny, Slamet, Eva, Ludiman, Nurisman, Lambok

Lily Ham Country Director

Slamet Simamora Computer Training Manager

Charles M. Ham Senior Advisor

Lambok Hutagalung English Training Manager

Awiny Tjendra Finance & Administration Director

William Piet Gosal Disaster Risk Reduction Manager

Misaya Miennora Accounting Manager

Merry Maria General Affairs

Katerina Sinaga Finance Manager

Nurisman Bukit Citi Success Fund Coordinator

Ludiman Harefa Orphanage Manager

Mindo Silaban Mother and Child Health Coordinator

Marsidi Utomo Saturday Academy Manager

Tiorengsi Eva Matondang Tuberculosis Clinic Coordinator

Board of Trustee Board of Supervisory

Board of Management

Harliem Salim Chairman Ivan Arianto Chairman Vania M. Djohan Alice S.A Li Phin Budi Kusmartono Listiana Santoso

Lucas Sanjaya Chairman Sahat Hutagalung Secretary Budi Hartono Treasurer

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2004 Tsunami Hit Aceh

December 26th, 2004 Tsunami hit Aceh and one small remote island in North Sumatra, Nias Island. The tsunami caused more than one hundred thousand people to lose their lives, hundreds of houses, wealth, and beloved ones vanish; sweeping away hope and the dreams of thousands of people to fight for a better future. Thanks to the help given, in goods, morale, as well as hope that encouraged the victims to rebuild their lives from what’s left behind. Three months after the tsunami, March 28th, 2005 an earthquake measuring 8.7 on the Richter’s scale hit Nias Island and caused around eight hundred people to lose their lives, affected about two thousand victims, and destroyed thousands of houses flat to the ground. Their efforts to rise after the tsunami vanished as they see their hopes shattered from the recent quake. There are still many inhabitants living in shelters in Nias, and have not returned to their homes as they are still seized by their fears, desperation and trauma of an impending disaster.Following are stories of the children who experienced changed lives, by the grace of God and our love through “We are the future” campaign. In every disaster, whether it is natural, even within the family unit, such as domestic violence, divorce, and poverty, children are vulnerable victims because they lack the capacity for survival and the chance for a better life.

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Seeing this, Hope worldwide Indonesia launched a five-year campaign “We are the future” (2007-2012), a campaign to help one million Indonesian children receive proper education and health treatments. With the 2012 Annual Report, Hope worldwide Indonesia would like to express gratitude for all parties involved, as donors or volunteers, who have contributed their funds, time, effort, thoughts and love for the 1.031.000 children assisted within that five years. Following are stories of the children who experienced changed lives, by the grace of God and our love through “We are the future” campaign.

Liriani Zai

2005 Liriani Zai is a child from the family of Ama Ina Nove Zai, the 9th child of nine children. Both of her parents work as farmers. She was one of the children receiving health services from Hope Indonesia at the Sirombu Post in 2005, post the Aceh – Nias Tsunami. At that time she suffered from malnutrition. She was three years old and was unable to walk yet due to her ailment. Her condition at the time was very alarming, as she was very thin with distended stomach. By the grace of God, through the Hope Post at Sirombu, she was admitted and treated until she gradually improved, restored, and then allowed to return to her family. On October 8th, 2012, Hope staff retured for a visit to check on Liriani Zai’s improvement. She is currently healthy and attending Grade 5 Elementary in Negeri Lasara Baene Elementary School. She goes through her days just like others her age go through their days. To this day, she never once experienced her past ailment again, though her left eye is disabled. However, her family is very thankful their daughter is now overall healthy. When we asked about her achievements and her dreams for the future, she told us that since she entered Elementary School, she is continually in the ranks. Additionally, according to her parents, she achieved first rank for her Grade 4 and 5 final tests. She wishes to become a doctor one day.

Disertai Daeli Disertai Daeli is a child from the Ama Ina Firu Daeli family, the 6th child from nine children. Both of his parents are farmers. He was also one of the children receiving health service from Hope Indonesia at the Sirombu Post post the Aceh-Nias Tsunami in 2005. At that time he was a little over five years old, and suffered from Malaria. From what his parents said, at that time they had given up and admitted there was no more hope, they feared as they saw Disertai’s condition. Moreover, in rural areas such as this, people tend to believe in spiritual things. But, through Hope Indonesia at the Sirombu Post, he received treatment and medication until he improved; his health restored, and was allowed to return to the family. The Hope staff returned for a visit to check on Disertai Daeli, and found his improvement amazing. He is healthy and currently studying on Grade 8 at the Sirombu State 1 Middle School. He goes through his days just like other children his age, to school and helping his family at the farm. To this day, he never experienced the ailment he once had again. His family is very grateful to God for using Hope Indonesia to nurse Disertai Daeli until his health restored. When we asked Disertai of his achievements and dreams to the future, he told us that since Elementary school, he was always in the ranks, and he achieved second place on his National Exam. Now he is attending Middle School, and he told us his favorite subject is Biology. He wishes to be a doctor one day. Annual Report 07


2007 Bring Future for A Community

In the year of 2007, flood swept Jakarta. Almost all of the areas in Jakarta were affected, in elite residential areas as well as in densely populated settlements. HOPE worldwide Indonesia offered free treatment for the residents of Jakarta to ease the suffering, especially in Cilincing, Kampung Bambu area.

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Kalina During this time, one of the HOPE worldwide Indonesia staff skirted the surrounding areas and found a very densely populated slum area. The residents of this area are mostly fishermen and manual laborers. The poverty in this area was strikingly felt. Seeing this, HOPE worldwide Indonesia was moved to do something for this area, though it would be very challenging to do this alone. Therefore, HOPE worldwide Indonesia invited various community circles to join in and help free Cilincing residents from poverty. One of the companies who joined in supporting us is PT Tupperware Indonesia. Since the year of 2007, HOPE initiated an education program called the Saturday Academy, and in 2009, the CCOC (Cilincing Chain of Confidence), Library, and in 2010 the Trash to Treasure program. The objective of this program is to encourage and motivate children to learn, so the children who are not in school would be motivated to enter school, and to help teenage women to change their lives by increasing their skills according to their talents. Aside from that, the Library becomes a place where they can see the world and widen their scope of knowledge, while clearing their environment from the mounting trash by utilizing and processing it to useful creations, such as carry bags, pillows, wallets, etc.

Seeing this, a HOPE staff approached the child and asked her why she was sad and pulling herself away; she was ten years old, and had never been to school. Her name is Kalina. Since then Kalina was enrolled in the Saturday Academy Special Class, a class for children who require special attention. Since she started, Kalina is very serious and excited to learn to write, read, and count. In order for her to catch up to her peers, HOPE worldwide Indonesia facilitated her with additional lessons. Aside from additional lessons, Kalina was enrolled in a sewing course. Prior to the sewing course, HOPE worldwide Indonesia tried to enroll Kalina to a Public School, but was rejected due to her age passing the required maximum age for Elementary School. Aside from this, Kalina was found to be a Special Needs child. After she completed her sewing course, Kalina joined the Trash to Treasure Program, transforming trash to useful products. Now Kalina has changed so much; aside from sewing, Kalina works as clothes washer in her home area. Kalina’s change affected her family. Kalina was once a burden to her family now is able to make a living by herself, and help her parents.

The class was launched on September 22nd 2007; the learning process begun and the children were very enthusiastic. During one of the class, there was one child who seemed to be sad, and stood apart. Annual Report 09


Dodi Nur Saputra Dodi is an independent child. He understands his parents’ financial conditions well, compelling him to manage his funds for school carefully. He is currently in Grade 12 ArRaudah Vocational School, soon to graduate. To go to school, Dodi often uses public transportation, and often head home on foot. In the midst of his lacking situation, Dodi and his family is very thankful, for he receives school tuition assistance from HOPE worldwide Indonesia, through the School Sponsorship (SSP) program. HOPE worldwide Indonesia has assisted funding his school tuition and other school fees since Dodi was in his second semester in Grade 10, therefore he can learn at peace. Dodi continues to diligently learn. Moreover, Dodi is an active student. He has been the class president from Grade 10 through 12, and made the President of the Student Organization at Grade 11, and often elected as a delegate for seminars held by DIKMENTI (Middle and High School Education) from his school. Dodi hopes to work to help with the family’s finance after he graduates, and has dreams of continuing his education in college. He is sure one day his dream will come true. Dodi often participates in HOPE worldwide Indonesia programs in Cilincing, such as the SAC (Saturday Academy Cilincing) program, the ETP (English Teaching Program), and Walkathon. Dodi is an active volunteer in building the community in Cilincing. This is his appreciation for the help he has received, as he wants others like him to experience the same.

Dodi Nur Saputra, affectionately called Dodi, is the 2nd child from five children. His father, Nursidin, works as a green clam porter with an income of twenty thousand per day. His mother, Tarinah is a housewife. Dodi and family live in Jl. Kalibaru Timur IV E RT 008/01 in a five by three meters house. But with seven family members, Dodi, his younger brothers, and father often sleep at the Mosque.

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Mifta Miftahul Rohmah

Miftahul Rohmah is the 2nd child of three children from Zainudin and Tarsih. She is fourteen years old and is currently in Grade 8 at Darul Ma’arif Middle School. Her father works as a manual laborer, and her mother helps the family finances by selling nasi uduk, a local food. Mifta often spent her time playing with her friends, and rarely studied at home, oftentimes, she even did not listen to her parents, so they had difficulties guiding her. On the other hand, she is an active and energetic child. One day, Mifta’s sister, Jaenah, told her of a free English course held by HOPE worldwide Indonesia, called the English Training Center (ETC). Jaenah herself is an active tutor in other HOPE programs, such as the Saturday Academy (SA). Mifta wanted to join the ETC because she thought this is a good chance for her to have a deeper understanding of English outside school. Taking a course somewhere else requires much cost, and will for sure add to the financial burdens of her parents. She was at first quiet. But she is a diligent and disciplined student. She always comes early and is active in the ETC class. She is able to follow her lessons well, and able to understand and receive the materials given by her teachers. It has been a tradition in ETC Cilincing, to give advice, suggestions, and insightful knowledge to the students at the end of the course, by the telling of motivating, heroic, and exemplary stories to encourage the students to do better.

After several months of following the English course in ETC, her family sees many positive changes in Mifta. Her uncle came to ETC to see for himself how Miftahu Rohma learns, and met the teachers to talk. Her uncle told the teachers that after Miftahu Rohma joined the English course in the English Training Center, there were many positive changes he saw from Mifta, at home as well as at school. Her uncle said she now wants to learn, wants to read books, and is more peacable with her older siblings. Mifta was elected as a candidate for the Student Organization President, and was elected as secretary. Her achievements at school is also getting better; previously, she ranked 10th in class, and then she ranked 4th last semester, now is currently in 2nd place. Mifta’s change has really pleased her family. Her uncle then expressed his gratitude and asked for continual guidance, advice, motivation, and watch on Mifta, for the family has tried many ways on their own with no success. He hopes that ETC can grow more so other children like Mifta can experience the benefits of not only improving academically, but also in character. Mifta continues with eagerness. She wants to continue her lesson in ETC. She admitted to receiving many benefits after she joined ETC. Not only English learning materials, but also friendship, suggestions, guidance, and advice from teachers and friends in ETC, which has helped in her self-improvement.

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2010

Hope for The Five Moilang, Jonidi, Selya, Maria and Ayu, are five children from underpriviledged families in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, with a background of intertribal conflict between the Dayak and the Madura tribes in 1998, which claimed many fatalities. Many children lost their parents; one or even both parents. Hope worldwide Indonesia tried to give hope by changing the lives of these five children at their early age. Moilang, Jonidi, Selya, Maria, and Ayu were flown from Pontianak to Jakarta to live at the Pelangi Kasih Orphanage to receive a better life and education. When they arrived at Pelangi Kasih Orphanage in the year of 2000, their ages were seven to eight years old. Adjusting to the local language and culture was not easy for these five children from the Dayak tribe; moreover the memories of the conflict experienced by their family in Pontianak were still gripping. They were admitted to one the private schools in Bogor, and continually given support to learn diligently, so they can achieve, while all their need are provided by the Orphanage; thus they were able to peacefully focus on learning until they finished High School in 2010.

The journey in raising and educating these five children was not easy, there were many struggles in language, manners, learning ethics, social etchis, and life ethichs of living as a family in the Pelangi Kasih Orphanage. Going through puberty and teenage years was another stage in forming their characters. Cries and tears, joy and laughter, effort and hard work were faced together, which felt intolerable while going through them, but subtly the growing love allowed all obstacles to be passed, and gradually ten years passed. One by one these children passed High School, and started chasing after their life dreams, which were unimaginable when they first arrived at the Orphanage ten years ago. Today Moilang is working in Jakarta, after graduating from a beauty school. Jonidi is also working in Jakarta, in one of the automobile companies. Selya, Maria, and Ayu are still in college in STKIP Pontianak in their sixth semester, while utilizing their free time to tutor; sharing knowledge with other children in Pontianak, helping their family financially as well as funding their own college. They are building a much better future, unimaginable, from when they were first flown into Jakarta from Pontianak ten years ago. The success in these children’s education and independence become a joy to their parents and families, from where they have doubts to have any future; now growing as intelligent, devoted, and independent children. Thank you for each donor, volunteer who has hand in hand with Pelangi Kasih Orphanage give hope and a change of life for Moilang, Jonidi, Selya, Maria and Ayu.

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2012

Cure For Yasmin Yasmin is a lively and cheerful child. She has lived with her father and stepmother since she was two years old. Her father, Sahril, 31 years old works as a fishing pond keeper, earning unstable income. At the most, he can bring three hundred thousand rupiah home per week. Her stepmother, Nuraini, 22 years old, is a typical housewife. Yasmin has a new six-month old sibling. All four of them live in a simple rental house in a narrow alley, paying two hundred thousand rupiah per month, and they still use a well with a pulley to fetch water. Although Nuraini is her stepmother, Yasmin loves her and so does Nuraini. In February 2012, Yasmin had a two-week fever, which started with coughing and difficulty breathing for the month prior. Her countenance looked gloomy and quiet. Yasmin was taken to the clinic, but did not show a satisfactory result. The cost of medication is high, whereas her father’s income is only enough for daily expenses.

Yasmin’s condition, gloomy with sunken face, worried her parents. Following her aunt’s suggestion, Yasmin’s parents took her to the HOPE TBC clinic. Her uncle has had treatment there, and was able to restore his health. Dr. Pingkan examined Yasmin at the HOPE clinic in March. She was given medication for fever, flu, and cough as well as antibiotics for three days, and took the Mantoux test following the treatment. Unfortunately, the Mantoux test indicated a positive TBC result for this little girl. Therefore, beginning in early April 2012, Yasmin had undergone TBC treatment for 6 months. The six-month treatment went well. Yasmin diligently comes for check up with her mother. Now her weight has increased, her cheeks are not sunken. Her appetite has also increased. Yasmin really wants to be a doctor. According to her parents, Yasmin learns earnestly at school. Currently she is attending PAUD (Early Childhood Education). She longs for the time she enters kindergarten, as she imagines new friends, a playground and learning new things. According to her mother, the cost for kindergarten is quite a burden for her family, but her father keeps on trying for Yasmin to be able to learn with a tuition of sixty thousand rupiah per month. Hopefully Yasmin can be a doctor as she wishes.

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2012

Healthier Mothers in Pedongkelan

Pedongkelan Village is a densely populated slum area located on the Coca Cola intersection, on the border of East Jakarta and Central Jakarta, the residents here work as trash pickers, street musicians, construction workers, maids, or small stalls keepers. This village is inhabited by transvestites and pickpockets, who daily live and stay with other residents. Low education levels and income bring these people to live in need of education and health.

Zubro As the circle of life keeps on moving, here in the Village of Pedongkelan two infants Zubro and Revan grow and are raised together by their parents. Zubro, the first child of two siblings, is now two years old; since he was born, he is always with his mother scavenging for a living, begging at red lights in cold and fumes from the exhausts of the busy traffic, inhaling street pollution from morning till the evening. They live in perpetual need in a space of just three by three meters. This condition causes Zubro to be weak physically, delayed, and unlike other normal toddlers, gloomy. Every time Zubro visited the clinic he always had a fever, diarrhea, and was underweight. Upon seeing this condition, Zubro received special attention and was given additional supplementary nutrition, in the form of toddler milk formula; given each month at the Hope montly Mother and Child check up in the area. We are grateful for the supplementary nutrition; Zubro now is growing healthily, stronger, more cheerful, and can even play with others his age.

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Revan Meanwhile, Revan, a toddler born with cleft palate, an imperfect feature, was going through difficulties eating or drinking. Revan was also raised lacking. This circumstance brought deep sadness to both of his parents. Revan also had a very unhealthy physical growth, often presented with fevers, diarrhea, and unincreasing weight as he got older. This condition prevented Revan to be given regular immunization. In the beginning of 2012, Revan underwent his first stage surgery. This physical change transformed his life; Revan was able to drink and eat better. His health is much better, his weight also has shown increase at each check up at the clinic. Both of his parents are very pleased with Revan’s growth. Revan is also one of the children receiving special attention by supplementary food and formula. Both of these toddlers continually grow as their parents had hoped, like other children. The loving assistance and attention they still receive bring hope to a better living in the future as Indonesian children. Their parents are very grateful for all they have received.

Mizwar Dindahati Mizwar Dindahati, born as the 1st child of three children. Both of his younger siblings are still in school, while he had to help his father work as manual laborer making bricks. Now, Dedi or commonly called Mizwar is 22 years old, and he was working in a construction store with long work hours, exceeding normal standards, and receiving merely above the minimum wage per hour, though he works 10-12 hours per day. When Dedi got an offer to join the free computer course at HOPE CTC Manado, he was very excited; as the offer came from his cousin, who was one of the first students of CTC Manado; Livy Budikasih. Before Dedi worked at the construction store, he had to work very hard as a candy salesman, driving all over the place on a motorcycle, and when he joined the computer course, he saw a new hope for his future and family. In order for him to go to the course, he has to be willing to take a cut in his pay, since the course is held at five in the afternoon, twice a week. But as he said, “The paycut I took was not worth as much as the knowledge I gained at HOPE CTC”. With HOPE CTC, Dedi is now able to work at a different, better place, at a typing center, and has the potential to earn a larger income. In the beginning he worked at the construction store, and had to lift heavy weights at about fifty kgs daily, and now he does not have to lift heavy things as such. And there are many other Dedis, Yasmins, Zubros, Revans, Miftas, and Kalinas who find hope and experience life changes, and courage to have a better future, from our support. Following is an image of Indonesian children who receive assistance to become Indonesia’s future.

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2007 - 2012

Beneficiaries Counts

Orphanage

Saturday Academy 51,000

2,500

50,000

2,000

40,000

44,200

1,634

1,500

30,000

1,453

1,325

1,314

1,115

1,116

1,000

20,000 15,030

11,450

500

9,260

10,000 12

14

2007

2008

13

12

2009

12

2010

Total

People Helped People Impacted

1,318

5

2011

2012

2,932

2,578

2007

2008

2009

2010

People Helped People Impacted

People Impacted

2,228

2011

Total

People Helped

68 7,957

10,860

10,670

5,420

2012 People Helped

28,986 137,960

People Impacted

English Training

Tuberculosis Clinic 26,600

25,000

1,250

20,000

1,000

15,000

750

4,432

1,404 140

500

10,000 5,040

5,000

4,250 113

2007

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250

4,840 173

154

2008

Total People Helped People Impacted

6,280

5,280

1,764 52,560

2009

168

2010

35

702

1,688

921

235

2011

2012 People Helped

People Impacted

2007

2008

Total People Helped People Impacted

2,425 5,976

2009

2010

2011

2012 People Helped

People Impacted


Computer Training

School Sponsorship 25,000

1,250

20,000

1,000 875

875 750

750

16,578

15,000

675

625

600

10,590

10,000

500

250 125

120

2007

2008

175

150

135

2009

2010

6,156

5,041

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Total

People Helped

19,392 58,176

People Helped People Impacted

People Impacted

4,885

3,481

2007

People Helped

800 4,400

4,954

9,552

8,847

3,322

2012

Total People Helped People Impacted

5,688

5,000

175

2011

8,724

People Impacted

Mother & Child Health

Educators Training 12,500

12,500

10,000

8,000

8,640 7,596

7,500

7,500 5,000

5,000

10,584

9,540

10,000

5,625

5,000

3,000

2,500

2,500

483 25

20

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

People Helped People Impacted

2007

2012

882

2008

2009

2010

2011

Total

People Helped

85 16,000

People Helped People Impacted

People Impacted

2012 People Helped

3,513 41,985

People Impacted

Disaster

Citi Success Fund 13,098

12,600

12,500

795

720

633

40

500,000 10,800

10,000

10,995

10,683

400,000

380,250 306,757

7,500

300,000

5,000

200,000

228,150 4,366

4,200

3,665

3,651

3,600

177,190

100,000

2,500

6,114 8,500

2007

2008

Total People Helped People Impacted

19,392 58,176

2009

2010

2011

2012 People Helped

People Impacted

2007

2008

Total

People Helped People Impacted

496,504 649,350

6,443

32,450

2009

2010

2011

2012 People Helped

People Impacted

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Center of Hope INDONESIA

Nias Pre-School Disaster Relief Computer Training Center

Medan CBDRR Citi Success Fund Computer Training Center

Pematang Siantar Computer Training Center

Batam CBDRR Saturday Academy

Pontianak Saturday Academy School Sponsorship Computer Training Center

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Jakarta

Yogyakarta

Ambon

English Training Center Educator Training Program Nutrition Suplement Disaster Relief Mother & Child Health CBDRR Citi Success Fund TB Control Saturday Academy School Sponsorship Computer Training Center Community Development

Computer Training Center

Computer Training Center

Semarang

Manokwari

CBDRR Citi Success Fund

CBDRR

Malang

Jayapura

Computer Training Center

CBDRR Computer Training Center

Bandung Citi Success Fund

Bogor Orphanage Nutrition Suplement School Sponsorship Community Development

Surabaya CBDRR Citi Success Fund Computer Training Center Saturday Academy School Sponsorship

Bali CBDRR Citi Success Fund Computer Training Center

Manado CBDRR Computer Training Center

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Financial Report 2012

Adm 3% Trisula (SAC) 0%

ETC ( CIMB) -1%

CSF -6%

TBC -3%

Orphanage -7%

Hero (CTC) -11%

CTC -1%

SSP -3%

IHMC (Kalbe) 1%

2012 Expenses

Target ( SA) 5% AFR ( Disaster UN) 0% 3%

CBDRR ( DRR ) -4%

Fundraising 29%

UNOCHA Bedagai ( Disaster ) 0% SAP ( CTC ) 12%

Raywhite SSP -2% Batam Project Global Outreach 1% -5%

School Sponsorship 5%

CCC 0% SA Tjd duren (ANZ) 0%

Orphanage 7%

IHMP (34) 0%

Nias -1%

Disaster -1%

TB Control 3% Maternal Health 2% CCC ( Recycle ) 0% PS Nias 0% Computer Training (Hope) 0%

Admin + Devcomm 13%

2013 Budget

Computer Training (SAP) 32%

Batam Orphanage 1% CBDRR 6%

English Training Center ( ETC ) 4%

Disaster Relief( Nusantara+Bedagai ) 16%

Saturday Academy ( SAC) Trisula 6%

SAM2 , SAP, Tgr, Tjdrn ( Target ) 5%

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Valuable Partners Who make it possible

ADIDAS Indonesia AIESEC UI Ajie Lubis AMSA ANPS (Association of National Plus Schools) ANZ Arbain Rambey AWA (American Women Association) Bakmi GM BINUS International School Serpong BINUS International School Simprug BNPB Central School Creighton University Darwis Trijadi DOT Production (Djafar) Fitplus GKDI Global Jaya School Ichtus School Indochine FX Lifestyle Jeanie Ang Kinderland Pre School Kuningan Family Center LEGOLollypop Pre School Lenny Agustine Lentera International School Mall Artha Gading Mall Kelapa Gading 3 Mall Taman Anggrek

MAP (Mitra Adi Perkasa) Mc Donald Nanyang Technological University Novartis Pelangi Kasih School PT. ALJ International PT. Diamond Cold Storage PT. Djarum Emas Unggul (Aira) PT. Forisa Nusa Persada PT. Jaya Latexindo PT. Lundin PT. Nippon Indosari Corpindo PT. Sayap Mas Utama PT. Wahyu Kartumasindo Internasional Ray White Sekolah Lentera Kasih Sekolah Pelita Harapan Sentul Sekolah Setia Bhakti Tangerang Sekolah Tunas Muda Senayan City SMA YMIK Sofie Springfield International School St. Belarminus School Starbucks Swis-Belhotel Mangga Besar Tumble Tots Tupperware Warna YKI (Yayasan Kanker Indonesia)


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Annual Report 2012