This is a guide to all things at the intersection of Indonesia, Singapore and social change. Feel free to edit if you’d like to improve it!


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Key People

Names are in alphabetical order, hyperlinked to LinkedIn, else Facebook. Listing is based on prior experience in an area, plus a connection to Singapore in some way.

Andriani Winoto, Angela Sujadi, Butet Manurung, Djames Lim, Gouri Mirpuri, Grace Sai, Juliah Bee Abdul Latiff, Lynna Chandra, Willie Smit, Matthew Coghlan

SG Initiatives

Nusantara Development Initiatives (NDI) is a multi-national youth organization focusing on sustainable rural development projects in Indonesia. NDI is made up of undergraduates, postgraduates and young professionals based in Singapore. The team is currently working on Project Light, a three year program involving the introduction of solar powered lamps in Indonesia.

Bali Bridges is a UWCSEA parents’ group which supports the Widhya Asih Foundation, also known as the House of Knowledge and Love in Bali, Indonesia.

Books for Hope is a not-for-profit organization with the aim of changing lives of children in remote and poor villages in Southeast Asia through education. We work with local communities to build bi-lingual libraries where children are introduced to the outside world through books.

Possible Host Partners

Masarang Foundation is a nonprofit organization located in Tomohon, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, which aims to preserve forests for people, flora and fauna.

Sampoerna Foundation is the first Social Business Institution in Indonesia with the vision to create eminent and responsible future leaders and entrepreneurs for Indonesia to face the challenges of global participation.

Cintabaca is a non-profit community development organization, focused on empowering neglected communities through literacy. Today it is working in 10 different provinces of Indonesia and has around 166 learning centres nationwide, providing basic library services to the community and also running a variety of non-formal educational programmes.

SOKOLA tries to reach communities in Indonesia which have not been accessed by formal education, assist, and share knowledge or life-skills in order to face their daily real-life problems.

Yayasan Rumah Rachel ("Rachel House") is a pediatric hospice providing end-of-life care for children with life-threatening conditions such as cancer and HIV. They provide palliative care for children from families who cannot afford medical care.

Key Projects

Indonesia Business Links Geographic Information System map shows the location of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes and civil society and public sector activities in cities, regencies and provinces all overIndonesia. The programmes and activities can be searched according to specific issues such as health, education, environment etc.

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