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CSR in Indonesia

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Proposed CIP in Bintan:

  • Donate to the orphanage (the deserved ones) e.g. shoes, clothes, school bags, books, toys
  • Celebrate various days like environment day, aids day etc.
  • Adopt a small village
  • Educate the people on sanitation, cleanliness, good habits thorough counsellors appointed by company
  • Tree plantation in the approach roads
  • Clean the beach areas /rivers with a voluntary team
  • Take the orphanage children for a movie/outing
  • Talk to the old age homes and arrange some entertainment to them
  • Help the old age home inmates writing letters to their near and dear ones
  • Give used/old mobile sets with incoming call facility
  • Organize free medical/blood donation camps or Vaccination camps
  • Free service at Govt Hospitals, where our attention is required by group of service minded people
  • Arrange dust bins for collecting garbage in villages
  • Opening Employment bureau, collect opportunities list for all kind of people and coordinate with unemployed youth to engage them gainfully.
  • Offer Project trainee opportunities to unemployed youth fresh from colleges (MBA, Graduates/ Post Graduates, Engineers, Diploma holders, ITIs) give them training of minimum 6 months (unpaid apprentice like) and give them a certificate of completion of training.
  • Organize Yoga/physical fitness camps
  • Painting the wall
  • Tackle the issues of climate change by planting non invasive species on protected locations such as schools or parks where any newly planted trees have a significantly high likelihood of long term longevity
  • Resource Conservation

 

  • Example of a completed Bintan Community Involvement Project in an orphange – 3 days
  • At the orphanage, laying cement on the front of the orphanage, building a goat house (to house two nanny goats that were donated), tilled and prepared the land for a vegetable garden and planted crops.

    A campfire event was held for the orphans with a barbecue, lucky draw for the orphans, individual group performances, mass dancing, and cakes to celebrate the birthdays. The sight of smiles and the sound of laughter made everything so worthwhile.

    When it was time to bid goodbyes, we formed a line from the campfire to the buses. As the orphans made their way to the bus, they shook our hands and brought our hands to their foreheads as a sign of respect and to thank us (a gesture known as ‘salam’). That tear-jerking moment truly touched all hearts, and made it even harder to say goodbye.

    CIP in Batam:

    Various teams can be organized to refurbish a school or an orphanage in Batam, plan and lead interaction activities with the local students, as well as conduct research and acquire first hand information on local life and culture. The students may also actively solicit donations of toys, books and clothes for the Indonesian school.

  • Example of a one day Batam CIP tour:

  • 0730 hrs Assemble at Harbourfront Centre
    0800 hrs Depart by high speed ferry to Batam
    0900 hrs Upon arrival at Batam Centre Pier, immigration/custom clearance and transfer to air-con coach
    1000 hrs Transfer to Darul Fallah or Aqsho Orphanage Home or similar for full day charity work
    1200 hrs Lunch Box with light snack will be served
    1730 hrs Assemble and transfer to Batam Centre
    1800 hrs Depart by high speed ferry to Singapore
       
  • Orphanages in Batam:
  • PONDOK PESANTREN DARUL FALLAH (Establish since: 1988 - No of Children: 400)

    PANTI ASUHAN AQSHO (Establish since: 2008 - No of Children: 35)

    PANTI ASUHAN SANTO THERESIA (Establish since: 1995 - No of Children: 97)

    ANTI ASUHAN ALFATEH (Establish since: 2001 - No of Children: 65)

    CIP in Bali:

  • John Fawcett Foundation
  • The Foundation works in cooperation with Indonesian Provincial and district governments to conduct its humanitarian programs, working exclusively with the poor and offering its services free of charge. The Foundation grew out of a number of Rotary projects established by its namesake, John Fawcett, in Bali, and is best known for its Sight Restoration and Blindness Prevention Project, incorporating the Mobile Eye Clinic for Cataract Surgery.

    But the John Fawcett Foundation is committed to more than sight restoration. Other projects include a Children's Corrective Surgery Project which covers cleft lip and palate, orthopaedic and facial reconstruction surgery, an Education Assistance Program, a Wheelchair Project, Assistance to Desperately Ill Children and Young People, supply of medical and surgical equipment to hospitals which treat the poor, and a Tuberculosis Training Project.

  • Yayasan IDEP
  • Yayasan IDEP is an Indonesian non-profit foundation that was formally established in Bali, Indonesia in 1999, at the height of Indonesia’s economic crisis. IDEP’s objective was to respond to urgent needs for sustainable food production and resource management, while conveying the importance of environmental education for sustainable living.

    Between 1999-2000 Yayasan IDEP successfully conducted several Permaculture Training of Trainer Courses, with the assistance of the some of the world’s most acclaimed Permaculture Trainers. IDEP facilitated the certification of over 200 people from throughout Indonesia. As the result of these courses, various Permaculture related projects have been initiated nation-wide.

    After 2000, Yayasan IDEP applied the knowledge gained from feedback of original pilots to develop its own community based sustainable development pilot programs. It began testing innovative approaches to raising environmental awareness through public awareness media campaigns and curriculum development, while disseminating practical solutions to environmental, social and economic problems within local communities.