Started in 2007 in Jakarta, Yayasan Tangan Pengharapan or “The Hands of Hope Foundation” is a foundation that was initially established to provide food and education for underprivileged children who roam the streets begging for small change so they can provide extra income for their families instead of going to school. Currently, Yayasan Tangan Pengharapan has 22 centres, mostly spread across rural regions of Indonesia, which runs numerous education and health programs targeted to those in need. Through their Children Project and Medical Project, Yayasan Tangan Pengharapan runs a nutritious food program accompanied with free education and medical care for those in need. Aside from providing children’s school necessities such as uniforms, bags, shoes and stationery, Yayasan Tangan Pengharpan also contributed towards the provision of school buildings, as well as teaching and learning equipment. Free medical and sanitation counselling services are also held periodically for every child in each YTP centre, and the mobile clinic program serves to reach out to sick people in villages that have difficulty accessing healthcare. Overall, Yayasan Tangan Pengharapan’s mission is to bring Indonesians out of adversity and poverty by giving them equal access to education and health, hoping to build and change Indonesia’s future generation for the better. WORLD VISION For more than 50 years, World Vision has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. World Vision is committed to the poor because we are Christian. We work with people of all cultures, faiths and genders to achieve transformation. We do this through relief and development, policy advocacy and change, collaboration, education about poverty, and emphasis on personal growth, social justice and spiritual values. Our work is made possible by the support of generous Australians and we work hard to make sure all resources are used as efficiently and effectively as possible to bring maximum impact to children in need. YAYASAN AMAL MULIA Founded in 1981, Yayasan Amal Mulia Indonesia is a pure social organisation that has several social programs for orphans, abandoned children, children with disabilities, and elders They caters the orphans, abandoned children, children with disabilities, and underprivileged children with education. They also provide shelter for elders and people with disabilities that are abandoned by their families. OUR PAST CHARITY PROJECT: YAYASAN RUMAH HARAPAN
Started in 2014, RHI or "Home for Hope" is a house in Jakarta that caters to underprivileged sick children (between the ages of 0-17) and their families who have come from neighbouring cities seeking better medical attention in the capital. RHI provides these families with an accommodation and daily necessities such as food as well as water free of charge, allowing the children and their families to focus solely on getting better. Furthermore, they also provide free transport for the children to commute between RHI and the nearby hospital. Moreover; RHI also has volunteers who come regularly to teach the children so that they still receive a proper education despite being away from home. Overall, RHI's mission is to support families during this difficult time by taking care of their everyday needs and keeping them as comfortable as possible during their stay, as they believe that such warmth and care will bring these children happiness; a key medicine they truly need.


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