Mapping of
Resources & Institutional
Supporting Reproductive Health Organizations in Indonesia

September 2007
Compiled by Mitra INTI Foundation for the “Enhancing Sustainability of Civil Society Organizations in
Indonesia” International Council on Management of Population Programmes (ICOMP)

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       (with or without regional office in Indonesia)
       There is high priority on funding sustainable, direct-impact projects. The initiatives vary among the foundations listed below,
       not all explicitly state that they have reproductive health (RH) programs; it can be worked into their existing program
1.    The Asia Foundation – Jakarta Office
2.    ActionAid
3.    Bernard van Leer Foundation
4.    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
5.    British Council Indonesia
6.    Chemonics-Civil Society Support and Strengthening Program (CSSP)
7.    CUSO
8.    The Ford Foundation
9.    Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
10.   Helen Keller International (HKI)
11.   HIVOS
12.   The Japan Foundation
13.   Levi Strauss Foundation
14.   Lutheran World Relief
15.   Mama Cash
16.   MercyCorps
17.   Mothercare Charitable Foundation
18.   Pact
19.   Project Concern International (PCI)
20.   The David & Lucile Packard Foundation
21.   The Global Fund For Children
22.   The Global Fund For Women
23.   The Rockefeller Foundation
24.   The Toyota Foundation
25.   WINGS Global Fund for Community Foundations
26.   World Education
27.   World Neighbors
28.   World Population Foundation (WPF)
29.   World Vision

       (usually funds Indonesian government, but have special funds for NGOs)
       Most of the organizations of this type do not present their application guidelines as they usually have their own projects
       partnering with the government. Thus, it is best to send a letter of inquiry regarding their projects and funding guidelines.
1.    Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Indonesia Resident Mision (IRM)
2.    United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
3.    United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
4.    United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM)
5.    United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
6.    World Bank

       (embassies and development cooperation agencies)
       Foreign country assistance is often consists of government-to-government aid. However, foreign ministries often have program
       funds to assist NGOs and institutions to expand their development assistance to a particular country. Embassies act as a bridge
       connecting NGOs to the corresponding foreign ministry. Some require partnership with a foreign NGO in the same line of work.
1.    The Australian Government’s Overseas Aid Program (AusAID)
2.    Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
3.    Embassy of Finland
4.    European Commission (EC)
5.    German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)
6.    New Zealand’s International Aid & Development Agency (NZAID)
7.    US Agency for International Development (USAID)

      Not many local foundation have reported that they need funding themselves, and have postponed their grant cycle for this
      year. So it’s best to send a letter of inquiry before a full proposal.
1. Yayasan TIFA

      Most corporate foundations have projects of their own, but upon inquiry they are very open to receiving proposals of letters of
      inquiry from NGOs which have the same development goals.
1.   Citibank Peka
2.   Coca Cola Foundation Indonesia
3.   Pertamina
4.   Telkom
5.   Tempo Scan Pasific
6.   Yayasan Unilever Peduli


The Asia Foundation – Jakarta Office

  Contact Information:     Jl. Adityawarman No. 40, Kebayoran Baru
                           Jakarta 12160
                           PO Box 6793 JKSRB
                           Jakarta 12067 – Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-7278-8424
                           Fax: 62-21-720-3123

      Contact Persons:     Douglas E. Ramage, Country Representative
                           Robin Bush, Deputy Country Representative

        Vision/Mission:    The Asia Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to the
                           development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open Asia-Pacific region. The Foundation
                           supports programs in Asia that help improve governance, law, and civil society; women's
                           empowerment; economic reform and development; and international relations. Drawing on
                           50 years of experience in Asia, the Foundation collaborates with private and public partners
                           to support leadership and institutional development, exchanges, and policy research.

                           With a network of 17 offices throughout Asia, an office in Washington, D.C., and its
                           headquarters in San Francisco, the Foundation addresses these issues on both a country and
                           regional level. In 2006, the Foundation provided more than $53 million in program support
                           and distributed 920,000 books and educational materials valued at $30 million throughout

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Economic reform and development
                           -   Law and governance reform
                           -   Elections
                           -   Human rights
                           -   Women’s programs
                           -   The environment
                           -   International relations
                           -   Information and communications technology
                           -   Exchanges

       Types of support    - Grant within program
              provided     - Internships
                           - Scholarships associated with those programs or with institution which Foundation

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization in Asia. The Foundation does not make grants to individuals nor to U.S-
                           based organization

                 Grant     1. Review The Asia Foundation Programs and Project Lists.
    cycle/requirements     2. Submit to the appropriate Program Representative a brief letter of inquiry to determine
                              whether the Foundation's present interests and funds permit consideration of the request.
                              The letter of inquiry should include: a very brief introduction about the grant seeking
                              organization, a brief project description, and budget estimate.
                           3. After receiving the letter, Foundation staff may reply informing the grant seeker as to
                              whether or not the project fits within The Asia Foundation's interests. If it does,
                              Foundation staff may ask the grant seeker to submit a formal proposal and/or raise
                              questions for clarification of purposed project. There is no grant application form.

 Current/past grantees   -   GeRAK
                         -   PATTIRO
                         -   CIBA
                         -   YPPMI
                         -   ICW (Indonesian Corruption Watch)
                         -   LPPBone
                         -   Swara Parangpuan
                         -   Manikaya Kauci Foundation
                         -   Radio News Agency 68H
                         -   ELSAM
                         -   P3M
                         -   ISIS
                         -   Migrant Care
                         -   LKiS
                         -   Fahmina Institute
                         -   Fatayat Nahdlatul Ulama
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 Contact Information:    International Head Office
                         PostNet suite #248
                         Private bag X31
                         Saxonwold 2132
                         Johannesburg – South Africa
                         Tel: +27-11-731-4500
                         Fax: +27-11-880-8082

                         Asia Regional Office
                         13th Floor Regent House Building
                         183 Rajamri Road
                         Pathumwan – Bangkok 10330
                         Tel: 00-66-2-651-9066
                         Fax: 00-66-2-651-9070
     Contact Persons:    -
      Vision/Mission:    ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency whose aim is to fight poverty worldwide.
                         Formed in 1972, for over 30 years we have been growing and expanding to where we are
                         today - helping over 13 million of the world's poorest and most disadvantaged people in 42
                         countries worldwide.

                         In all of our country programmes we work with local partners to make the most of their
                         knowledge and experience. In December 2003 we established a new head office in
                         Johannesburg, South Africa, and began the process of making all our country programmes
                         equal partners with an equal say on how we operate.

                         We work with local partners to fight poverty and injustice worldwide, reaching over 13
                         million of the poorest and most vulnerable people over the last year alone, helping them
                         fight for and gain their rights to food, shelter, work, education, healthcare and a voice in the
                         decisions that affect their lives.

                         Our partners range from small community support groups to national alliances and
                         international networks seeking education for all, trade justice and action against
                         HIV/AIDS. Our work with these national and international campaign networks highlights
                         the issues that affect poor people and influences the way governments and international
                         institutions think.

                           We have a unique vision and direction. We don't impose solutions, but work with
                           communities over many years to strengthen their own efforts to throw off poverty. We
                           constantly seek new solutions and ask ourselves how we can make the greatest impact with
                           our resources. We make the most of our skills and abilities by working at many levels -
                           local, national, regional and international.

                           A world without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys their right to a life
                           with dignity.

                           To work with poor and excluded people to eradicate poverty and injustice.

                           - MUTUAL RESPECT, requiring us to recognise the innate worth of all people and the
                             value of diversity
                           - EQUITY AND JUSTICE, requiring us to work to ensure equal opportunity to everyone,
                             irrespective of race, age, gender,
                             sexual orientation, HIV status, colour, class, ethnicity, disability, location and religion
                           - HONESTY AND TRANSPARENCY, being accountable at all levels for the
                             effectiveness of our actions and open in our
                             judgements and communications with others
                           - SOLIDARITY WITH THE POOR, powerless and excluded will be the only bias in our
                             commitment to the fight against poverty
                           - COURAGE OF CONVICTION, requiring us to be creative and radical, bold and
                             innovative – without fear of failure – in
                             pursuit of making the greatest possible impact on the causes of poverty
                           - INDEPENDENCE from any religious or party-political affiliation
                           - HUMILITY in our presentation and behaviour, recognising that we are part of a wider
                             alliance against poverty.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Education
                           -   Healthcare
                           -   Trade Globalization (Indonesia)
                           -   HIV/AIDS
                           -   Food Rights
                           -   Emergencies
                           -   Women and Girls

       Types of support    - Small grant
              provided     - Partnership

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Local organization
                   Grant   Please send e-mail to regional office
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Bernard van Leer Foundation

  Contact Information:     PO Box 82334
                           2508 EH The Hague. The Netherlands
                           Tel: +31 (0)70 331 22 00
                           Fax: +31 (0)70 350 23 73
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     The Bernard van Leer Foundation funds and shares knowledge about work in early
                           childhood development. The foundation was established in 1949 and is based in the
                           Netherlands. Our income is derived from the bequest of Bernard van Leer, a Dutch
                           industrialist and philanthropist, who lived from 1883 to 1958.

                           Working with other organisations, our mission is to develop and support programmes that
                           create significant positive change for children up to the age of eight who are growing up in
                           circumstances of social and economic disadvantage. Our vision is one of a world where, in
                           spite of such circumstances, young children reach their full potential.

                           As a private grantmaking foundation, we also believe we have a responsibility to use our
                           freedom to fund work and thought that is bold, innovative and experimental. We are
                           committed to learning lessons from monitoring and evaluating our projects, and to
                           leveraging our impact through publications and advocacy.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - “Strengthening the care environment” we aim to build the capacity of vulnerable
                             parents, families and communities to care for their children.
                           - “Successful transitions” we aim to help young children make the transition from their
                             home environment to daycare, preschool and school.
                           - “Social inclusion and respect for diversity” we aim to promote equal opportunities and
                             skills that will help children to live in diverse societies.

        Types of support   Grant
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Please read the grant cycle/requirements
                   Grant   The Foundation very rarely considers unsolicited proposals. The vast majority of our
     cycle/requirements    new projects are undertaken with organizations we ourselves have identified through our
                           existing partners and work in the field.

                           Because we very rarely consider unsolicited proposals, we do not have specific grant
                           guidelines or application forms. If you would like to apply for funding, please read about
                           the foundation and the work we fund and consider carefully whether your project is a good
                           fit for us.

                           Please note that we do not provide grants for the following:
                           - applications for support to individual children
                           - projects that concentrate solely on one aspect of children's development or learning,
                              such as health care or special educational needs
                           - proposals for the construction and maintenance of buildings, or the purchase of
                              equipment and materials
                           - requests for scholarships, conferences, media or theatre events
                           - general organizational support or requests to cover recurrent costs or deficits

                           Please note also that we do not consider proposals for any country which is not on the list
                           of eligible countries, as determined periodically by meetings of the foundation's board of
                           trustees. NB: the list of countries in which we have current projects is not the same as the
                           list of countries eligible for future grants.

                           Eligible countries for future grants currently are Brazil, Colombia, the East Caribbean
                           region, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, the
                           Netherlands, Peru, Poland, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, United
                           States of America and Zimbabwe. We will not consider your application if it has nothing to
                           do with any of these countries. The foundation has no plans to expand the list of eligible

                           If you would like to enquire about funding for a project, please do not prepare a detailed
                           submission - instead email a brief outline of your organization and proposal to
                  or use the form on the contact page. Please do not
                           contact us by telephone; we will contact you if we require further information.

                           In your email, please state which of our eligible countries you will work in, and explain
                           why you think you are a good fit for BvLF support, with reference to our programme areas
                           and existing work. We will always reply to applicants who have taken the trouble to
                           personalize their enquiry to us. We regret that we cannot guarantee to reply to standardized
                           appeals for funds.

 Current/past grantees    - Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities: Supporting Young Children in Disaster
                          - LSPPA: Gender Equity and Cultural Diversity in ECE
                          - SOKOLA: Children's Education in Post-Tsunami Aceh
                          - World Population Foundation: Assessment on Sexual Reproductive Health of Children
                          - Yayasan Kusuma Buana: BKB Program
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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

             Contact    PO Box 23350
        Information:    Seattle, WA 98102
                        Tel: 206-709-3100 (Reception)
                             206-709-3140 (Grant Inquiries)

    Contact Persons:    Tadataka Yamada, M.D., President Global Health Program
                        Slyvia Mathews Burwel, President Global Development Program

     Vision/Mission:    Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
                        works to reduce inequities and improve lives around the world. In developing countries, it
                        focuses on improving health, reducing extreme poverty, and increasing access to technology
                        in public libraries. In its local region, it focuses on improving the lives of low-income

                        The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is building upon the unprecedented opportunities of
                        the 21st century to improve equity in global health and learning-because the life and
                        potential of a child born in one place is as valuable as that in another.

                        The foundation was created in January 2000, through the merger of the Gates Learning
                        Foundation, which worked to expand access to technology through public libraries, and the
                        William H. Gates Foundation, which focused on improving global health. Led by Bill Gates'
                        father, William H. Gates, Sr., and Patty Stonesifer, the Seattle-based foundation has an
                        endowment of approximately $26 billion through the personal generosity of Bill and Melinda

Programs/Initiatives:   - Global Development
                        - Global Health
                        - Charitable Sector Support

    Types of support    Grant within Program

        Grant range     $ 13,686,818,681 (total)
                        No grant for Global Development Program for the year 2007.

          Eligibility   All organizations especially organization in developing countries. Foundation does not award
       requirements     grant to individual.

               Grant    Global Health Program:
  cycle/requirements    - See the grant making areas
                        - Fill the online submission form at
                        - Send the Foundation’s narrative document guidelines: project goals, objectives,
                           background and rationale, implementation plan, evaluation plan, and budget
                        - Review process (six weeks from the acceptance of confirmation letter). The criteria for
                           review: Foundation’s grantmaking priorities, strategic approach, impact, approach,
                           innovation, budget, organizational strength, and availability of other funding.

        Current/past   -   Mercy corps
           grantees    -   Save The Children Federation
                       -   WHO
                       -   CARE
                       -   National Bureau of Asian Research
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British Council Indonesia

  Contact Information:     S. Widjojo Center, 1st Floor
                           Jl. Jend. Sudirman 71
                           Jakarta 12190 – Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-252-4115
                           Fax: 62-21-252-4129
                           Website: or

      Contact Persons:     Josephine Imelda, Governance Programme Officer

        Vision/Mission:    Our purpose is to build mutually beneficial relationships between people in the UK and
                           other countries and to increase appreciation of the UK’s creative ideas and achievements.

                           This work is driven by our strong belief in internationalism, a commitment to
                           professionalism and an enthusiasm for creativity. These qualities, coupled with our
                           integrity and our conviction that cultural relations can help individuals and the world
                           community to thrive, make the British Council a good partner and a special place to work.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Human Rights Promotion
                           -   Dialogue Facilitation
                           -   Civilization Empowerment
                           -   Good Governance Promotion
                           -   Democratization
                           -   Reconciliation/Negotiation/Mediation
                           -   Peace Journalism/Media Strategy
                           -   Pluralism
                           -   Peace Education

       Types of support    -   Scholarships
              provided     -   Small grant, program support
                           -   Research, Resource Documentation and Information
                           -   International Network
                           -   Partnerships

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   - Organizations
                           - Individual
                           - Government

                 Grant     We are not a grant-giving organisation in the traditional sense. Rather, we connect
    cycle/requirements     Indonesians with the UK by offering opportunities to hook up with the latest UK ideas and
                           expertise, and helping to create and nurture lasting partnerships that are mutually beneficial
                           to the UK and Indonesia. We share the UK's most dynamic, creative output by providing
                           great advice and the latest information on the UK as well as producing or being involved
                           with many events every year and supporting relationships between UK and Indonesia

                           Project proposal information (can be added if relevant).
                           - Name, address, contact person, position
                           - Vision and Mission of the organization

                         -   Scope of sectoral/geographical work
                         -   Date of founding
                         -   Source of funding
                         -   Name of funding (current and former)
                         -   Name of partners (current and former)
                         -   Staff
                         -   Organizational Structure
                         -   Activities (current and former)

                         - Name of project requested
                         - Impact
                         - Target area (geographical)
                         - Objectives
                         - Relation between organization’ vision and mission with British Council’s objectives
                         - Output
                         - Activities to reach the output
                         - Timeline
                         - Budget (total, organization contribution, other donors contribution, budget requested)

 Current/past grantees   - Konsorsium Indonesiaku
                         - Pusat Desain Nasional
                         - Forum Desain Grafis Indonesia
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Chemonics – Civil Society Support and Strengthening Program (CSSP)

 Contact Information:    1717 H St. NW
                         Washington, DC 20006
                         Tel: 202-955-3300
                         Fax: 202-955-3400
                         Menara Kebon Sirih, 12Ath Floor
                         Jl. Kebon Sirih 17-19
                         Jakarta 10340 – Indonesia
                         Tel: 62-21-392-7840
                         Fax: 62-21-3927839

     Contact Persons:    Peter Harris, Chief of Party (Head)

       Vision/Mission:   Chemonics International is a global consulting firm promoting economic growth and
                         higher living standards in developing countries. Our experience in 135 countries has taught
                         us to value solutions that are multi-disciplinary, that incorporate diverse voices and local
                         needs, and that integrate strategies and innovations from many sectors. Our fundamental
                         goal is to achieve substantial and lasting impact – to make a difference in people's lives.

                         Mission; by promoting meaningful change around the world we help people live healthier,
                         more productive, and more independent lives.

                         - Caring; we are passionate about making a difference in the communities we serve.
                         - Excellence; we aspire to leadership and excellence for ourselves and our work.
                         - Innovation; we are thinking, learning professionals who innovate and share knowledge.
                         - Integrity; we prize honesty, respect, and trust in our relationships.
                         - Opportunity; we create work environments where initiative, opportunity, and teamwork

                         Chemonics International is founded in Washington, D.C. by the company's first president,
                         Thurston F. Teele. Its mission, then and now, is to promote meaningful change around the

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                           world, helping people live healthier, more productive, and more independent lives.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Agriculture
                           -   Crisis Prevention & Recovery
                           -   Democracy & Governance
                           -   Environmental Services
                           -   Financial Services
                           -   Health
                           -   Private Sector Development

       Types of support    - Technical Assistance
              provided     - Small grant
                           - Partnership

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   -   Civil society organizations (CSO)
                           -   Non government organization
                           -   Media outlets
                           -   Business Associations
                           -   Educational Institution

                 Grant     Send a letter of inquiry to Peter Harris. Letter of inquiry should explain of organization,
    cycle/requirements     program, source of fund, organizational challenge or organizational capacity
                           implementation challenge requested for CSSP funding. No special format needed.

 Current/past grantees     Bina Swagiri; Farming and Fishing
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  Contact Information:     Asia and Pacific Regional Office - Indonesia
                           Jalan Mayang No. A42/14
                           Baciro Baru, Yogyakarta
                           55225 Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-274-547207 or 62-274-547226
                           Fax: 62-274-511159

                           Asia- Indonesia
                           Jl. Tebet Utara IIIF No. 18
                           Jakarta Selatan, DKI Jakarta 12810,
                           Tel: 62-21-829-3364 (speed #03) or 62-21-831-8271
                           Fax: 62-21-831-7189

      Contact Persons:     Sarah Whitmore, Regional Director:
                           Russel Cullinane, Program Manager:
                           Yuanita Indah Ryarti, Country Representative:
                           Nur Kumalasari (Kumkum), Program Assistant:

        Vision/Mission:    CUSO brings Canadians and the world together to address poverty, human rights issues,
                           HIV/AIDS, inequality, cultural loss and environmental degradation. Skilled CUSO
                           volunteers are working to make change happen in 24 countries in Africa, Asia, the Pacific,
                           the Americas and the Caribbean.

                           CUSO is a Canadian organization, which supports alliances for global social justice. We
                           work with people striving for freedom, gender and racial equality, self-determination and
                           cultural survival. We achieve our goals by sharing information, human and material
                           resources, and by promoting policies for developing global sustainability.

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  Programs/Initiatives:    -   HIV/AIDS
                           -   Poverty
                           -   Promote Human Rights and Inclusive Governance
                           -   The Environment

       Types of support    - Partnership
              provided     - Volunteers

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Please check the information to Regional Office
                   Grant   Please check the information to Regional Office
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Ford Foundation

  Contact Information:     Gd. S. Widjojo Center
                           Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 71
                           P.O. Box 2030
                           Jakarta 10020, Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-252-4073
                           Fax: 62-21-252-4078

      Contact Persons:     Meiwita Budiharsana, Representative
                           Pilar Ramos Jimenez, Program Officer, Sexuality and Reproductive Health

        Vision/Mission:    The Ford Foundation began working in Indonesia in 1953, and since 1954 has provided
                           over 125 million dollars in grants in selected fields. The Foundation has had resident
                           representation for the past forty-five years, except for a brief period during the mid-1960s.

                           The substantive focus of the Foundation has evolved over the years in response to changing
                           needs and priorities in Indonesia. The Foundation has made major commitments in the
                           areas of education, agriculture and rural development, health and population, rights and
                           governance, and culture. Grants in these fields have been designed to strengthen individual
                           and institutional capabilities, support innovative projects, and disseminate information on
                           successful approaches.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Asset Building & Community Development: Economic Development and Community
                             & Resource Development
                           - Peace & Social Justice: Human Rights and Governance & Civil Society
                           - Knowledge, Creativity & Freedom: Education, Sexuality & Religion, and Media, Arts
                             & Culture

       Types of support    -   Grant within program
              provided     -   Recoverable grants
                           -   Loans
                           -   Loan guarantees

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization and Individual

                 Grant     1. Send a brief letter of inquiry, include: the purpose of the project for which funds are
    cycle/requirements        being requested, problems and issues the proposed project will address, information
                              about the organization conducting the project, estimated overall budget for the project,
                              period of time for which funds are requested, and qualifications of those who will be
                              engaged in the project.

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                         2. Submit formal proposal. No grant application form, the proposal should include: the
                            organization’s current budget, a description of the proposed work and how it will be
                            conducted, the names and curricula vitae of those engaged in the project, a detailed
                            project budget, present means of support and status of applications to other funding
                            sources, and legal & tax status.
                         3. E-mail or mail directed to the nearest Foundation office

 Current/past grantees   -   PIRAC
                         -   LBH APIK
                         -   Museum Negeri Nusa Tenggara Timur
                         -   University of Gadjah Mada
                         -   Yayasan International Center for Islam and Pluralism (ICIP)
                         -   Sumatera Utara University
                         -   Mitra INTI Foundation
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Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

  Contact Information:   PO Box 7952 JKSKM
                         Jakarta 12730 – Indonesia
                         Tel: 62-21-717-92636 or 62-21-719-1227
                         Fax: 62-21-718-3714
                         Jl. Kemang Selatan IX No. 1A & 1B
                         Jakarta 12730 – Indonesia

                         Referat Asien un Pazifik
                         Godesberger Allee 149
                         D-53175 Bonn. Germany
                         Tel: ++49-228-88-3518
                         Fax: ++49-228-88-3575

      Contact Persons:   Erwin Schweisshelm
                         Dr. Heinz Bongartz

       Vision/Mission:   The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) is a German non-profit, private educational foundation
                         committed to the concepts and basic values of social democracy. The Friedrich-Ebert-
                         Stiftung has been active in Indonesia since 1967.

                         The FES promotes democracy and social justice within the context of national societies as
                         well as international cooperation. Its projects give special focus on:
                         - Empowering marginalized social sectors and groups to represent their interests in areas
                           of socio-economic and socio-political decision-making;
                         - Promoting socio-political dialogue between various groups in the understanding, that
                           peace and democracy can only prevail on the basis of sharing and compromising;
                         - Exchange program and international cooperation to build awareness of global
                           interdependence of states and societies and the need for multilateralism with fair

                         FES is an international organization with activities in more than 100 countries. While its
                         headquarters is located in Bonn, it maintains a network of branch offices in some 70
                         countries. FES cooperating partners come from all walks of life and include: Authorities
                         and offices of central state and local government, NGOs and NGO-Networks,
                         environmental groups, women and feminist organizations, trade unions, professional
                         associations, peoples organizations, research and academic institutions, and human rights

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                           In Indonesia FES contributes by stabilizing the process of political reform, especially in the
                           parliamentary arena. FES mainly supports partner organizations as they explore the
                           implementation of democratic structures, rule of law, free flow of information and freedom
                           of the media. We also bring in our German experiences in most activities. FES contributes
                           to the efforts of bringing about conflict resolution, mainly of the military and the victims of
                           past abuses, and other activities contributing to regional peace and stability. FES also
                           participates in efforts to create more democratic structures within the military and to assist
                           leading figures in their efforts to define new roles in civil society.

                           Our central aim is to promote social justice in the country. We attempt to achieve this by
                           working with the trade unions, who themselves are in process of renewal. We advise and
                           educate the trade unions on certain selected topics, such as collective bargaining and wage
                           agreements, labor conditions and law, as well as globalization.

                           The target groups of our project activities are found in civil society and among policy
                           makers. Our partners are non-government organizations, political associations and
                           organizations, research and advisory institutions, trade unions and their organizations, and
                           media institutions. In special cases, we also work with government agencies such as the
                           Ministry of Justice and Human Rights and the Manpower Department.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Gender
                           -   Social Justice
                           -   Crises Prevention and Conflict Management
                           -   International Dialogue

       Types of support    - Grant
              provided     - Partnership

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   -
                   Grant   Best to send a letter of inquiry describing your organization, the project and funds needed.
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Helen Keller International (HKI)

  Contact Information:     Headquarter:
                           352 Park Avenue South, 12th Floor
                           New York, NY 10010
                           Tel: 1-212-532-0544
                           Fax: 1-212-532-6014

                           Asia Pacific Regional Office:
                           PO Box 168 Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
                           Tel: 855-23-210-851
                           Fax: 855-23-210-852

                           Helen Keller International Indonesia
                           Jl. Bungur Dalam No. 23A-B
                           Kemang, Jakarta 12370
                           Tel: 62-21-7199-163
                           Fax: 62-21-7183-804

      Contact Persons:     John Palmer, Country Director
                           David Spiro - Director of Education and Eye Care Programming
                           Siti Halati - Field Operations & Data Management Director and Aceh Program Co-Director
                           Elviyanti Martini - SEP Director and Aceh Program Co-Director

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        Vision/Mission:    Founded in 1915, Helen Keller International (HKI) is among the oldest international
                           nonprofit organizations devoted to fighting and treating preventable blindness and
                           malnutrition. HKI is headquartered in New York City, and has programs in 22 countries
                           around the world. HKI builds local capacity by establishing sustainable programs, and
                           provides scientific and technical assistance and data to governments and international,
                           regional, national and local organizations around the world.

                           HKI programs combat malnutrition, cataract, trachoma, onchocerciasis (river blindness)
                           and refractive error. The goal of all HKI programs is to reduce suffering of those without
                           access to needed health or vision care and ultimately, to help lift people from poverty.

                           The mission of Helen Keller International is to save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable
                           and disadvantaged. We combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by
                           establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition. Our vision
                           is to strive to be the most scientifically competent organization in improving vision and
                           nutrition throughout the world.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Eye Health
                           - Nutritional Health

                           For Indonesia:
                           - Vitamin A Deficiency Control
                           - Opportunities for Vulnerable Children
                           - Tsunami Relief
                           - Earthquake Relief

       Types of support    - Grant
              provided     - Partners

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Check the representative office

                Grant      Check the representative office
 Current/past grantees     Government of Indonesia
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  Contact Information:     Raamweg 16
                           PO Box 85565
                           2508 CG The Hague
                           Tel: +31-70-376-5500
                           Fax: +31-70-362-4600
                           Website: or

                           Regional Office Southeast Asia – Hivos Regional Office for Southeast Asia
                           Jl. Brawijaya Raya No. 12A
                           Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan 12160. Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-724-4432 or 62-21-725-1528
                           Fax: 62-21-723-0774
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Hivos is a Dutch non-governmental organization inspired by humanist values. Together
                           with local organizations in developing countries, Hivos seeks to contribute to a free, fair
                           and sustainable world in which citizens - women and men - have equal access to the
                           resources and opportunities for their development. And where they can actively and
                           equally participate in decision-making processes that determine their lives, their society
                           and their future.

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Hivos believes in the creativity and capacity of individuals. Quality, co-operation and
innovation form the core values in Hivos philosophy. Hivos is committed to the poor and
marginalized in Africa, Asia, Latin America and South-east Europe. A sustainable
improvement in their conditions is the ultimate benchmark for Hivos work and efforts. The
empowerment of women is an essential concern in all its programmes.

Hivos provides financial and political support for local NGO's. Besides offering finance
and advice, Hivos is also active in networking, lobbying and in exchanging knowledge and
expertise, not only at international level, but also in the Netherlands.

Hivos is a non-governmental organisation, rooted in The Netherlands and guided by
humanist values, that wants to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world where
citizens, women and men, have equal access to resources, opportunities and markets and
can participate actively and equally in decision-making processes that determine their lives,
their society and their future.

Hivos' basic commitment is to poor and marginalized people - and their organisations - in
countries of the global South and East, and Eastern Europe. A sustainable improvement of
their situation is the ultimate benchmark for the work and efforts of Hivos. The
empowerment of women in order to achieve gender equality is a primary directive in
Hivos' policy.

Hivos’ aim is a world in which people are equal and in which no limits are set on people’s
opportunities for development.

To that end Hivos offers financial and political support for civil organisations and
initiatives that share Hivos' goals. In addition to funding, Hivos is networking, lobbying
and sharing knowledge in the international arena as well as in The Netherlands.

Hivos relates to a diversity of actors in civil society, and seeks its alliances in different
domains (financial services, sustainable production, culture, human rights, gender equality,
HIV/aids and ICT & media) and in different hemispheres. In The Netherlands, in Europe
and world-wide it joins forces with like-minded organisations that share the same goals.

Hivos is convinced that if people are given a fair chance, they have nearly endless
possibilities: Hivos – people unlimited.

Hivos core activity is giving financial and political support to civil organisations and
initiatives. Hivos other core activities include linking and networking, lobby and
knowledge sharing.
- Funding: Hivos provides financial resources to organisations world-wide to enable them
    to carry out their activities and, in doing so, achieve their specific objectives as well as
    the objectives of Hivos. Hivos deals quickly with funding requests, provides long-term
    and flexible funding, is willing to fund core costs of an organisation and is ready to take
    risks in funding new, untested initiatives.
- Linking and networking: Hivos promotes and supports networking and exchanges
    between organisations world-wide, i.e. between organisations in the South & East,
    between organisations in South & East and North, and between organisations in the
    North. As a global actor Hivos is well positioned to promote such networking: because
    of its own international contacts which cross many borders, its specialised sectoral
    organisation and its Regional Offices, and because it can provide necessary funding for
    network activities. Hivos stimulates the use of ICTs as a powerful resource for
    networking and global interaction.
- Lobbying: Hivos' lobbying activities focus on the Dutch government, Dutch decision-
    makers, the Dutch public opinion, the EU, the IFIs and other international organisations.
    Both at home and abroad, two main domains can be distinguished: lobby in order to
    reinforce 'civil society' positions in international co-operation, and issue-based lobby
    related to Hivos' expertise. Hivos' prefers joining forces with renowned southern and
    international partner organisations for lobbying internationally.

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                           - Education: the Hivos educational activities aim to to reinforce the support base for
                             international co-operation, to contribute to public awareness, and to stimulate critical
                             reflection and debate on questions of just and sustainable development world-wide. As
                             far as content is concerned, educational activities usually focus on the same issues as
                             Hivos' lobby activities.
                           - Knowledge Sharing; Hivos wants to unlock its own knowledge in a more systematic
                             way to the benefit of its broad range of partners, and create a platform where partners
                             themselves (and other interested groups and individuals) can add and exchange
                             information and knowledge and learn from experiences elsewhere.

                           Core values
                           - Hivos is driven by ideals and implements them in a professional and efficient way;
                           - Hivos is inspired by the power of diversity: it recognises the importance and value of a
                             plurality and diversity of actors, approaches and contexts;
                           - Hivos considers itself part of civil society, notwithstanding the predominantly public
                             origin of its funding and the value it attaches to good relations with the Dutch
                           - Hivos wants to be open and accountable to its constituencies and to its public and
                             private financiers;
                           - Hivos values the driving force and inspiration of innovation, it creates room for the new
                             and the unknown, and takes calculated risks;
                           - Hivos cares about the quality of its work and its relationships; striving to be a learning
                             organisation it has organised its quality systems, it is eager to realise improvements and
                             it is open to criticism;
                           - Hivos is aware that its performance is key to its existence, and that the people working
                             at and collaborating with Hivos are crucial in creating these results.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Financial Services & Enterprise Development
                           -   Sustainable Production
                           -   Human Rights & Democratization
                           -   HIV/AIDS
                           -   Arts & Culture
                           -   Gender, Women & Development
                           -   ICT, Media & Knowledge Sharing

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      45,000 euro per year

Eligibility requirements   The General Criteria
                           Hivos funding is bound by a number of general criteria. For instance, Hivos supports
                           organizations in a limited number of countries. Also, support is given only to organizations
                           who are working within the seven Hivos sectors. Furthermore, organizations need to be
                           non-governmental, secular, professional and result-oriented.

                           The most important funding criteria in respect to your organization are that:
                           • It operates in Hivos countries or regions;
                           • Its objectives are in line with Hivos policy and sectors;
                           • It is secular (i.e. non-religious);
                           • It is non-governmental;
                           • It shows a concern for gender-equality, environment and human rights;
                           • It has a good organizational capacity;
                           • It shows professional quality in its field of work;
                           • It is output and result-oriented;
                           • It has a sound financial plan.

                           Hivos supports organizations in a limited number of countries. These are: Belize, Bolivia,
                           Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran,
                           Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Peru, South
                           Africa, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tanzania, Timor Lorosae, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Hivos supports organizations in a limited number of policy areas. These are: Financial
Services & Enterprise Development; Sustainable Production; Human Rights &
Democratization; HIV/Aids; Arts & Culture; Gender, Women & Development; and ICT,
Media & Knowledge Sharing.

Please note that Hivos coordinates the allocating of funds with other Dutch and European
development organizations. If your organization already has an agreement with Novib,
ICCO, Cordaid, Plan Netherlands or Terre des Hommes Netherlands, you are not eligible
for Hivos support.

The Sectoral Criteria
Hivos funding is limited to seven sectors, namely Financial Services & Enterprise
Development; Sustainable Production; Human Rights & democratization; HIV/Aids;
Gender, Women & Development; Arts & Culture; and ICT, Media & Knowledge Sharing.
Find out more about the specific criteria for each of these sectors.

Sector Financial Services & Enterprise Development
• Producer organizations (primary and secondary sector) that meet social and
environmental criteria: organizations of farmers, processors of agricultural products, and
business persons in the crafts and handiwork sector;
• Financial institutions (tertiary sector): local credit institutions such as savings and credit
cooperatives, non-commercial/non-profit banking and credit institutions, special funds and
commercial banks;
• Organizations specialized in training, advice and lobbying such as trade unions, networks
of credit institutions and producer organizations, vocational training schools, consultancy
firms, training institutes and approval or standard organizations.

Sector Sustainable Production
• Organizations that develop alternatives and put them into practice: sustainable production
methods, sustainable consumption patterns and behaviour;
• Organizations that countervail unsustainable developments threatening people's
livelihoods, e.g. deforestation, mining, pollution, industrial agriculture;
• Organizations that adopt an integrated approach, e.g. fighting for the rights of the neediest
people to use the environment, while keeping an eye on the sustainable management of
water, soil and biological diversity;
• Organizations that broaden the basis for the sustainable management of natural resources
by forming strategic alliances.

Sector Human Rights & Democratization
• Organizations that promote basic political rights;
• Right to participation/representation in public affairs;
• Freedom of expression;
• Right to information;
• Freedom of association;
• Right to vote and to be elected in genuine periodic elections;
• Freedom of assembly;
• Organizations that promote the rights of specific groups, such as:
   - Indigenous peoples;
   - Dalits and Scheduled Tribes in India;
   - GLBT people; and
   - Human Rights defenders.

Promotion of the human rights of people living with HIV/AIDS is one of the elements of
Hivos policy in the sector AIDS.
• Organizations that address key factors underlying human rights violations:
    - Corruption;
    - Impunity for human rights violations;
    - Lack of human rights awareness.

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                     Other criteria are:
                     • Prevention, awareness, information;
                     • Lobby, advocacy, influencing policy;
                     • Organization building, network development, communication;
                     • Emancipation and sexuality.

                     Sector Gender, Women & Development
                     • Women’s organizations that promote the rights and interests of women:
                         - Participation in decision-making;
                         - Sexual and reproductive rights;
                         - Inheritance and property rights;
                         - Combating violence against women.
                     Special attention is paid to capacity building and strengthening the performance of
                     women's organizations.

                     • Mixed organizations that promote gender equality in their programme activities and
                     within their own organization. Support is aimed at creating conditions within the
                     organization for a genuine process of change, also in the longer term.

                     Sector Arts & Culture
                     • Artistic production;
                     • Cultural and artistic exchange;
                     • Promotion, Marketing and Distribution;
                     • Cultural infrastructure;
                     • (Member) organizations of artists;
                     • Economic or educational services for the Arts & Culture sector;
                     • Organizations that provide a podium for artists;
                     • Capacity building initiatives;
                     • Research and critique of the arts.

                     Sector ICT, Media & Knowledge Sharing
                     • Gaining access to the internet;
                     • Producing and publishing Southern content on the world wide web;
                     • Developing and enhancing own ICT capacities;
                     • Using networking and collaborative technologies;
                     • Applying e-commerce and e-business models;
                     • Campaigning for free and unrestricted cyber rights for all.

             Grant   In April 2003 Hivos opened its Virtual Office. This Virtual Office provides detailed
cycle/requirements   information on Hivos' criteria for funding, Hivos' application procedure and the possibility
                     of a 'self-assessment' to see if your organization is eligible for Hivos support.

                     In case your organization is eligible, the virtual office offers the possibility to submit a
                     proposal online and/or to download the required application forms.
                     Apart from the front office feature, our virtual office hosts a meeting place for partners.
                     Using the notice board facility, partners can place their own news, announcements,
                     upcoming events, and share information and knowledge.

                     The Application Procedure
                     The Virtual Office contains an online self-assessment test in order to find out if your
                     organization is eligible for Hivos funding. If you pass this test successfully, you can go on
                     to fill in Application Form A. If your proposal has been assessed as being interesting, you
                     will be asked to fill in Application Form B. Each of these steps in the procedure can take
                     up to a month.

                     After you have submitted Application Form A, you will receive a notice whether and/or
                     • Your proposal has been rejected;
                     • Your proposal has not yet been assessed;
                     • Your proposal has been assessed as being interesting. You will be given Application
                     Form B, which contains detailed questions on the programme set-up, the context of your
                     organization and its accountability structure;

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                         • Your proposal has been assessed as a possible Microfund Project. You will either be
                         asked for further clarifications or you will receive a contract right away.
                         After you have submitted Application Form B, you will receive within one month a
                         rejection or information about the rest of the procedure.

                         It is possible that you will be contacted to provide further clarifications or to make an
                         appointment to visit your organization before Hivos decides to approve or reject your

                         Note for Financial Institutions
                         Financial Institutions who provide services in savings, credit and/or insurance need to
                         apply for a separate fund called the Hivos Triodos Fund (HTF). Ask for the brochure at
                         Hivos or the Triodos Bank. This brochure explains the policy of the HTF and contains an
                         application form. You can also download the application form here .

                         Facts of Hivos Funding
                         Hivos funding is approved for specific activities, programmes or organizations as a whole.
                         Organizational funding is a signal of confidence and trust in the partner, based on quality
                         and fruitful co-operation. Read more about the facts and rules of Hivos funding.
                         • There is no minimum or maximum grant size;
                         • The average grant size is about 45,000 euro per year;
                         • There is a so-called Microfund for new and experimental projects, of which the maximum
                         grant size is 10,000 euro;
                         • Hivos will sign contracts between 1 to 4 years;
                         • The average contract duration is 3 years;
                         • First-time grant approval usually does not exceed 2 years;
                         • The maximum duration of a relationship between Hivos and a partner is 10 years;
                         • In case of Microfinance Institutions and other commercial activities, Hivos support takes
                         the form of loans, guarantees and participations.

 Current/past grantees   No information
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The Japan Foundation

 Contact Information:    Gedung Summitmas I, Lt. 2-3
                         Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Kav. 61-62. Jakarta 12190
                         Tel: 62-21-520-1266
                         Fax: 62-21-525-5159

                         ARK Mori Building, 20-21F, 1-12-32 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-6021
                         Tel. 03-5562-3538
                         Fax. 03-5562-3534 (Information and Resource Center)
     Contact Persons:    -
      Vision/Mission:    The Japan Foundation was established in 1972 as a special legal entity to undertake
                         international cultural exchange and was subsequently recognized as an independent
                         administrative institution in October 2003. The Foundation consists of a head office in
                         Tokyo, a branch office in Kyoto, two Japanese-language institutes (Urawa and Kansai),
                         and 19 Foundation offices in 18 countries.

                         The purpose of the Japan Foundation is: “to contribute to a better international
                         environment, and to the maintenance and development of harmonious foreign relationships
                         with Japan, through deepening other nations’ understanding of Japan, promoting better
                         mutual understanding among nations, encouraging friendship and goodwill among the
                         peoples of the world, and contributing to the world in culture and other fields through the
                         efficient and comprehensive implementation of international cultural exchange activities.”
                         (Independent Administrative Institution Japan Foundation Law, Article 3)

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                           In addition, the Japan Foundation Information Center (JFIC) was established in May 2004
                           to provide information on, and encourage, international exchange.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Arts and Cultural Exchange
                           -   Japanese-Language Education Overseas
                           -   Japanese Studies Overseas and Intellectual Exchange
                           -   Others

       Types of support    -   Grant
              provided     -   Exhibition
                           -   Training
                           -   Scholarship

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Individual and Organization. The Japan Foundation does not provide grants for foreign
                           governments and international organizations to which the Japanese government make a
                           financial contribution.
                           Organizations who have already received support for the past three consecutive years will
                           be unable to become recipients for a fourth year under the same program.

                 Grant     1. Obtaining & Submitting Application Forms: application form can be downloaded from
    cycle/requirements        the website but do not send the application through internet or e-mail. After
                              downloading, first contact the agency to confirm to which office the application should
                              be submitted and your eligibility. The following the agency’s instructions, submit your
                              application accordingly.
                           2. Eligibility of Applicants: individuals are limited.
                           3. Check the deadlines applications

 Current/past grantees     - LP3ES
                           - Yayasan Parwi
                           - KPU Pusat
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Levi Strauss Foundation

  Contact Information:     Asia Pacific Division Headquarters
                           1 Kim Seng Promenade, #16-01
                           Great World City East Tower, Singapore 237994
                           Tel: 65-735-9303
                           Fax: 65-735-2923

      Contact Persons:     Sharon Tan, Director Asia Pacific and Africa
                           Daniel Lee, Senior Manager Asia Pacific and Africa

        Vision/Mission:    A Heritage of Responsibility
                           Consistent with the heritage and values of the company, the grant making programs of Levi
                           Strauss & Co. (LS&CO.) and the Levi Strauss Foundation (LSF) seek to alleviate poverty
                           on behalf of women an youth communities around the world where our employees and our
                           contractors’ employees live and work.

                           For over 50 years the foundation’s grant making has supported innovative and risk taking
                           social change initiatives. LS&CO’s history of philanthropy dates back to the earliest days
                           of the company – more 150 years.

                           Our strategic initiatives range from funding an organization that provides legal aid services
                           to migrant women workers in China to funding a program that provides financial incentives
                           for low-wage earning women and youth in San Francisco to save so that they can buy a
                           home, start a small business or further their education.

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                           Mission; We see to reflect the voices of the communities where LS&CO has a business
                           presence and make a difference by addressing tough social issues and empowering people
                           to solve their own problems and those of their communities. Through our work we aspire
                           to influence employees, retail customers, consumers and grantees to work collaboratively
                           to improve the well-being of communities worldwide. We believe this will contribute to
                           positive social change and influence good corporate citizenship globally.

                           Three Guiding Principles
                           - A belief in empowerment – women and youth have the right to identify their most
                             important issues and to participate in solving them.
                           - A resolve to address social biases and their impact on women and youth whether due to
                             racism, xenophobia, sexism, homophobia or HIV/AIDS status.
                           - A commitment to work collaboratively with other funders and to encourage the
                             collaborative efforts of our grantees.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Building assets
                           - Preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS
                           - Workers’ Rights

                           The majority of research and studies on poverty conducted by the World Bank and other
                           institutions indicate that the most crucial issues for poverty alleviation are lack of access to
                           education and appropriate health services; lack of income-earning or asset-building
                           opportunities; and cultural or institutional inequities.

                           As a corporate foundation with modest resources, the Levi Strauss Foundation has
                           prioritized its funding areas after carefully considering these research findings and others,
                           examining the gaps in funding by other foundations as well as governments, and looking at
                           the legacy of philanthropic focus and leadership by the foundation and the company.

                           The Foundation seeks to collaborate with other institutions and to fund innovative
                           programs that will foster positive, long-term social change. The Foundation believes that
                           by addressing these issues in the communities where we have a business presence, we can
                           provide people with important tools to help them break the cycle of intergenerational

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      Indonesia past grantees – range is from $2,000 - $200,000

Eligibility requirements   The Foundation does not make grants to individuals, nor do we fund:
                           - Capital or endowment campaigns or building funds;
                           - Sports teams or athletic competition;
                           - Advertising;
                           - Sectarian or religious activities; or
                           - Political campaigns or causes.

                           The foundation funds organizations in communities around the world where our employees
                           and contractors’ employees live and work.

                 Grant     For those seeking grant supports, we invite letters of inquiry throughout the year from
    cycle/requirements     single organizations or collaborations among organizations. These letters can be up to
                           three pages in length, should include:
                            - A brief description of the program or project
                            - The amount of funding requested
                            - Proof of nonprofit status.
                            - All grantees must sign a statement affirming their compliance with the Foundation’s
                                 nondiscrimination policy (see website).

 Current/past grantees     -   Pusat Pengembangan Sumberdaya Wanita (PPSW); Building Assets, amount $200,000.
                           -   Perhimpunan Gerbong Rakyat (Gerak); Youth Empowerment, amount $4,000
                           -   Dilts Foundation; Food, Shelter & Emergencies, amount $2,000
                           -   Indonesian Forum for the Environment (WALHI); Disaster Relief, $5,000

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                           - Yayasan AIDS Indonesia; HIV/AIDS, amount $10,000 and $12,620
                           - Yayasan Peduli Sesama; HIV/AIDS, amount $7,000
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Lutheran World Relief

  Contact Information:     Headquarter
                           700 Light Street
                           Baltimore, MD 21230
                           Tel: 410-230-2800
                           Fax: 410-230-2882

      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Vision: Empowered by God's unconditional love in Jesus Christ, Lutheran World Relief
                           envisions a world in which each person and every generation lives in justice, dignity, and

                           Mission: Lutheran World Relief works with partners in 35 countries to help people grow
                           food, improve health, strengthen communities, end conflict, build livelihoods and recover
                           from disasters.

                           Lutheran World Relief (LWR) first began work in Indonesia following the tsunami of
                           December 2004. LWR’s first response to the disaster was through local partners of Action
                           by Churches Together (ACT). LWR’s long-term recovery and development work in the
                           tsunami-affected regions of the country began in 2005 with the opening of the Indonesia
                           Country Office in Medan.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Right based work; social economic, cultural and political, fighting injustice, inequality
                             and discrimination
                           - Livelihoods; promoting income generation through training, micro enterprise support
                             and other means
                           - Food and water security; incorporating land/water access, trade, environmental issues
                             and natural resource management
                           - Conflict management and resolution; including peace building and reconciliation,
                             reducing violence and trauma counseling
                           - Vulnerability reduction and capacity strengthening; for marginalized and for those
                             affected by emergencies or living in crisis zones
                           - Rehabilitation and reconstruction for communities in high-risk areas
                           - Health; community and reproductive health, HIV

        Types of support   - Grant
                provided   - Partnership
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   - Organization
                           - Community
                Grant      Please send an e-mail to
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Mama Cash

 Contact Information:    Eerste Helmersstraat 17 III
                         P.O. Box 15686
                         1001 ND AMSTERDAM
                         The Netherlands
                         Tel: +31-20-689-36-34
                         Fax: +31-20-683-46-47
     Contact Persons:    -
      Vision/Mission:    Mama Cash is a women's fund which finances projects conceived by women; strong
                         women who set an example for others, who know first-hand experience that it is possible to
                         turn the tide if women know their rights and claim them. Mama Cash is convinced that
                         social change starts with women.

                         She’s Mama Cash, a women’s foundation that supports groundbreaking women’s projects
                         all over the world. She supports strong, pioneering women who set an exciting example for
                         others, who actively seek creative solutions and know firsthand that it’s possible to turn the

                         Mama Cash supports women’s groups in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia,
                         Africa and the Middle East. She makes grants that help secure women’s human rights and
                         guarantee women’s access to:

                         • bodily integrity
                         • economic justice
                         • peace and security
                         • art, culture and media
                         • agency and participation

                         Mama Cash also supports local women’s funds all over the world that raise money locally,
                         regionally and internationally to support women’s rights initiatives at home. In this way,
                         Mama Cash’s reach can be amplified many times over.

                         Since 1983, Mama Cash has supported over 6,000 initiatives and projects of women world
                         wide. The invested amount is approximately 30 million euros.

                         Mama Cash strives for a peaceful and just world where women are free to make their own
                         choices, develop their talents and skills, and help shape the future of our societies.

                         To be a source of financial capital for women’s rights, now and in the future, and to
                         support women who advance women’s rights with self-initiated programmes.

 Programs/Initiatives:   Mama Cash is constantly on the lookout for women with vision and courage who are
                         willing to fight for justice in their communities despite great risk to themselves. Women
                         like those in India who struggle to defend the social, political and economic rights of
                         widows, who are often seen as bad luck.

                         Or women like those in Latin America, who work to make sure that women with
                         HIV/AIDS are not ignored; those in the Middle East, who involve both Palestinian and
                         Israeli women in the peace process; women who make documentaries, or those who dare to
                         break centuries-old gender stereotypes.

                         In other words, Mama Cash supports all women in their efforts to courageously push the
                         women’s movement forward.

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       Types of support    Grant

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Mostly Women’s Support Group

                 Grant     Mama Cash supports groundbreaking initiatives by women who are doing their absolute
    cycle/requirements     best to strengthen women's rights worldwide. By financing women's self-initiated projects
                           in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean,
                           Europe, the Netherlands and the former Soviet Union, Mama Cash supports the efforts
                           of women empowering themselves to gain control over their own lives.

                           Mama Cash is one of the very few international women's rights funds focused on cutting-
                           edge issues across the globe. Her strength stems from the belief that women know how to
                           prioritise their struggles and find their own solutions. With great courage, solidarity and
                           creativity, women throughout the world are making every effort to improve their lives, as
                           well as those of other women.

                           What makes Mama Cash unique and different from other grant making organisations is her
                           ability to identify women who have the vision and courage to do innovative work in their
                           countries. She also supports small groups, often newly established or that have difficulty
                           finding resources elsewhere.

                           Mama Cash has general criteria that organizations must meet to be eligible for a
                           grant. She requires that applicants:
                           • be small, locally-based and relatively new;
                           • be innovative, groundbreaking, taboo-breaking, and pioneering;
                           • have limited access to larger funding sources;
                           • primarily promote awareness of women’s rights and advance positive change for women
                           in laws, policies and practices;
                           • be a women’s organisation run by women and where the majority of staff members are
                           also women. (Please note: In exceptional cases, Mama Cash also funds non-women's
                           groups with a strong gender focus, or programmes working to improve women’s position
                           in society);
                           • apply for amounts within Mama Cash’s range: between €500 and €20,000 per year per
                           project (Mama Cash occasionally gives multiple-year grants);
                           • do not focus mainly or only on income-generating activities, credit programmes, welfare
                           and traditional skill training projects.

                           You can apply for a project grant or general support if you meet these requirements, and
                           if your group works on one or more of Mama Cash’s themes: bodily integrity, economic
                           justice, peace and security, agency and participation, and lastly, art, culture and media. You
                           can also apply for a travel grant.

                           Project/general grant > Download request sheet in English
                           Travel grant > Download request sheet in English

                           All applicants receive a confirmation letter which says that Mama Cash has received the
                           proposal. If you want more specific information, please e-mail the programme officer for
                           your region. (In all correspondence, please include your reference number which is given
                           in the confirmation letter). It takes three to six months, on average, for Mama Cash to
                           process a grant proposal.

 Current/past grantees     No information
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  Contact Information:     Headquarters
                           Mercy Corps
                           Dept. W
                           3015 SW 1st Ave.
                           Portland, OR 97201 USA
                           Tel: 800.292.3355
                           Fax: 503.796.6844

                           MercyCorps Indonesia
                           Jl. Kemang Selatan I/ 3, Bangka
                           Jakarta Selatan 12730
                           Tel. 62-21-719-4948
                           Fax. 62-21-7179-0703

      Contact Persons:     Craig Redmond, Country Director
                           Lynn Renken, Program Director

        Vision/Mission:    Mercy Corps works amid disasters, conflicts, chronic poverty and instability to unleash
                           the potential of people who can win against nearly impossible odds. Since 1979, Mercy
                           Corps has provided $1.3 billion in assistance to people in 100 nations. Supported by
                           headquarters offices in North America, Europe and Asia, the agency's unified global
                           programs employ 3,400 staff worldwide and reach nearly 14.4 million people in more than
                           35 countries.

                           The mission is Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping
                           people build secure, productive and just communities.
                           Established in 1999, Mercy Corps’ program in Indonesia addresses the root causes of
                           poverty, thereby improving the quality of life for disaster and conflict affected, urban, and
                           coastal communities. Current programs promote sustainable economic development
                           through integrated, entrepreneurial self-help program and skills training; and by improving
                           the living conditions of vulnerable populations in crisis, especially with a focus on health,
                           nutrition, and clean environment for the underprivileged communities.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Emergency Relief Services
                           - Sustainable Economic Development
                           - Civil Society Initiatives

                           In Indonesia:
                           - Urban
                           - Sehat Nyaman Untuk Masyarakat (SENYUM)
                           - Healthy Places Prosperous Place (HP3) or Lestari
                           - Healthy Start
                           - Healthy Schools Program (HSP)
                           - Aceh (Tsunami) Recovery Program
                           - Maluku Economic Recovery Program (MERP)
                           - The Microfinance Innovation Center for Resources and Alternative Foundation

       Types of support    - Small grant
              provided     - Partnership
           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Please check the website

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                 Grant     Please check the website

 Current/past grantees     No information
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Mothercare Charitable Foundation

  Contact Information:     Charity Administrator
                           The Mothercare Charitable Foundation
                           Cherry Tree Road
                           WD24 6SH
       Contact Persons:    -
        Vision/Mission:    The Mothercare Charitable Foundation was registered with the Charity Commission on
                           16th June 2004 and was created in order that Mothercare could have a more focused
                           approach to charitable activities.

                           Mission Statement and Objectives
                           The Mothercare Charitable Foundation aims to help parents in the UK and worldwide meet
                           their needs and aspirations for their children and to give their children the very best chance
                           of good health, education, well being and a secure start in life.

                           Specifically, the Foundation welcomes applications from registered charities and research
                           organizations associated with the following Foundation’s criteria.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Ensuring the good health and well-being of mums-to-be, new mums and their children;
                           - Special baby-care needs and premature births;
                           - Other parenting initiatives relating to family well-being.

       Types of support    Donation based on criteria.
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   Applicants are welcomed from registered charities whose objectives match those of The
                           Mothercare Charitable Foundation.

                 Grant     There is an application form that can be downloaded from Mothercare’s website:
    cycle/requirements or https://images-na.ssl-images-
                           This accompanied by details of your charities financial status and sent to the above address.

                           The foundation holds meetings for quarterly basis, but be prepared that the entire process
                           may take several months. If you have not heard from the Foundation within 6 month of
                           submitting of your application you should assume that your application has been rejected
                           and should not reapply within a further six months.

 Current/past grantees     No information
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  Contact Information:     1200 18th St, NW
                           Suite 350
                           Washington, DC 20036
                           Tel: 202-466-5666
                           Fax. 202-466-5669
       Contact Persons:    -

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        Vision/Mission:    Pact was founded in 1971 as a membership organization of U.S. private and voluntary
                           organizations (PVOs) to facilitate the distribution of small USAID grants to PVOs working
                           in relief and development assistance. From the beginning Pact had as a goal for its
                           members to empower local organizations in order to attain sustainable development.

                           By the early 1980s Pact had begun directly assisting local NGOs and support organizations
                           with small institutional development grants and in 1985 opened its membership to local
                           NGOs. Since Pact’s annual operating budget has grown from some $3 million to $40
                           million in FY 2004. Likewise its program reach has expanded with Pact currently
                           implementing 61 field projects in 15 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America and
                           additional activities in 32 countries under two large global grant-making programs. Most of
                           these programs focus on providing grants management and/or general capacity building
                           services to NGOs and NGO networks in six program areas: democracy and governance,
                           HIV/AIDS, livelihoods, natural resource management, peace building, and equity
                           empowerment of vulnerable groups.

                           Mission to build empowered communities, effective governments and responsible private
                           institutions that give people an opportunity for a better life. We do this by strengthening the
                           capacity of organizations and institutions to be good service providers, represent their
                           stakeholders, network with others for learning and knowledge sharing, and advocate for
                           social, economic and environmental justice. Interdependence, responsible stewardship,
                           inclusion of vulnerable groups, and respect for local ownership and knowledge are core
                           values across all of our programs.

                           Pact envisions an interconnected world in which relationships of trust and mutual benefit
                           among the state, the marketplace and communities provide the inspiration and foundation
                           for taking actions to end poverty, ensure justice and achieve greater equity.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Democracy, Governance and Civil Society Strengthening
                           -   HIV/AIDS
                           -   Improving Livelihoods
                           -   Peace building
                           -   Community-based Natural Resource Management
                           -   Equity and Empowerment

       Types of support    - Grant
              provided     - Technical Assistance
                           - Partnership

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   - Organization
                           - Government
                           - Corporate

                 Grant     Our partnering and grants management principles
    cycle/requirements     Pact’s shared values in partnering include active target audience and stakeholder (including
                           national and local governmental bodies) involvement, building capacity at the grassroots
                           level, strengthening community-based networks, and adding to the body of knowledge on
                           effective responses through continuous learning and ensuring a results-oriented focus.

                           Open and transparent competitive award process
                           If the program design requires competitive grant awards, Pact’s competitive awards process
                           contains the following elements.
                            The posting of an annual program statement (APS) or request for application (RFA) by
                               either a Pact country office or headquarters or through a lead local NGO. The themes or
                               focus of the APS or RFA are determined in collaboration with the donor/s and
                               stakeholders, including beneficiaries.
                            A requirement that applicants map anticipated program results against the donor’s goals
                               and objectives.

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                          A requirement that reviewers of applications sign “conflict-of-interest” statements.
                          A system of providing debriefing for unsuccessful applicants geared towards improving
                           the applicants’ likelihood of success in a future competition round.

                         Technical review, evaluation and grant selection
                         Pact generally uses a two-tiered process that begins with a request for an executive
                         summary application or an expression of interest. Submissions are reviewed by a technical
                         review panel, which selects the finalists and invites them to submit a full technical
                         application. A second expert technical panel is convened to select the final grant award
                         winners. Local NGO applicants not selected can request a debriefing in order to obtain
                         information on the strengths/weaknesses of their application.

                         Pre-award and capacity building needs assessment
                         After grant winners are selected Pact or the local partner NGO conducts a pre-award
                         assessment for grant worthiness. Grant worthiness indicates sufficient technical,
                         managerial and financial capacity to carry out program objectives and achieve stated
                         results. Grantees are assigned a “risk” level that determines the level of capacity building
                         assistance required for them to comply with donor regulations, policies and procedures.
                         Capacity building is tailored to each grantee depending upon the organization’s needs for
                         technical, managerial or financial skills development training.

                         Grants monitoring and peer partnerships
                         Pact works together with grantees on a peer partnership basis. Grantee performance is
                         monitored through annual work plans and periodic financial and program reporting.
                         Periodic visits to grantees provide additional opportunities for on-the-job training.

 Current/past grantees   - ELSAM
                         - Yayasan Kesejahteraan Anak Indonesia
                         - WALHI
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Project Concern International (PCI)

  Contact Information:   International Office:
                         5151 Murphy Canyon Rd, Suite 320
                         San Diego, California 92123
                         Tel: 858-279-9690 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm PST)
                         Fax: 858-694-0294
                         Toll Free: 1-877-PCI-HOPE

                         Jl. Tirtayasa Raya No. 51
                         Kebayoran Baru Jakarta 12160
                         Tel: 62-21-724-8049 or 62-21-739-9708
                         Fax: 62-21-722-1136
      Contact Persons:   -
       Vision/Mission:   Project Concern International is a non-profit, global health organization working in 11
                         countries, including the United States, to bring better health and hope to children and
                         families living in poverty. We are not, nor have we ever, engaged in political issues or
                         lobbying efforts in either local, state, national or international arenas. The personal views
                         of any individual in our employment on such issues in no way reflects the work or the
                         views of our organization and the expression of personal views through our communication
                         channels is in strict violation of our policies.

                         With over 45 years of experience, Project Concern International is a leading international
                         health organization that saves the lives of children and families around the world
                         by preventing disease and providing access to clean water and nutritious food. We reach

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                        over three million people a year with programs in the following countries:
                        - Bolivia
                        - El Salvador
                        - Ethiopia
                        - Guatemala
                        - Honduras
                        - India
                        - Indonesia
                        - Mexico
                        - Nicaragua
                        - United States
                        - Zambia

                        Mission: Project Concern International's mission is to prevent disease, improve community
                        health, and promote sustainable development.

                        Vision: Motivated by our concern for the world's most vulnerable children, families, and
                        communities, Project Concern International (PCI) envisions a world where abundant
                        resources are shared, communities are able to provide for the health and well being of their
                        members, and children and families can achieve lives of hope, good health, and self-

                        Operating Principles
                        - Accountability: We implement programs with meaningful, concrete, and measurable
                          results. We set clear goals and track our progress. We hold ourselves fully accountable
                          to our donors and those we serve.
                        - Integration: Improving community health requires an integrated approach in order to
                          achieve lasting impact. Our programs address factors that influence health, such as
                          access to nutritious food, clean water, education, gender equity, and economic
                        - Capacity Building: We are committed to community-based health and development
                          programs. We empower local communities, organizations, and networks by equipping
                          them with the tools and resources they need to deliver and sustain effective programs.
                          We form partnerships with local organizations that emphasize mutual respect, two-way
                          and innovative learning methods, and application of new knowledge and skills.
                        - Responsiveness: While having the technical and organizational experience, expertise,
                          and resources of a global organization, we stay grounded and responsive to community
                          needs in order to achieve effective and sustainable solutions to local problems.

                        In Indonesia Addressing maternal child health and poverty in Indonesia
                        PCI is addressing the most critical health needs of more than 120,000 infants, children,
                        women, and their families in Indonesia. Our CHOICE project, for example, initiated in
                        Java in 2003, is improving the health and nutrition of vulnerable families in 30 villages by
                        ensuring better access to quality maternal and child health care services, including critical
                        child immunizations. PCI is also bringing clean drinking water and better sanitation to
                        more than 100 rural villages in Indonesia.

                        Within days of the December 2004 tsunami that devastated Aceh, PCI responded
                        immediately and with great affect. We continue to help families in 40 remote villages
                        regain control of their lives with long-term job creation, while providing medical care and
                        building clean water and sanitation facilities.

                        In addition, PCI has been continuously responding to the AIDS crisis in Indonesia since
                        1992. We are now focusing prevention activities in Papua, which is the most remote region
                        of Indonesia and where HIV is reaching epidemic proportions among the general
                        population. The project is building awareness across 57 communities, educating over
                        100,000 people about the causes of HIV and promoting effective strategies to prevent

Programs/Initiatives:   - Preventing Disease
                        - Maternal & Child Health
                        - Water and Sanitation

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                           - Food Security
                           - Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Prevention
                           - HIV/AIDS

        Types of support   Partnership
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Please visit the website
                   Grant   Please visit the website
 Current/past grantees     No information
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The David & Lucile Packard Foundation

  Contact Information:     The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
                           300 Second Street
                           Los Altos, California 94022 USA
                           Tel: (650) 948-7658
      Contact Persons:     Please visit the website

        Vision/Mission:    David and Lucile Packard believed America to be the home of a unique type of
                           organization dependent upon private funding and volunteer leadership. Together,
                           universities, national institutions, community groups, youth agencies, family planning
                           centers, and hospitals constitute a great American tradition that complements government
                           efforts to focus on society's needs.

                           The David and Lucile Packard Foundation was created in 1964 by David Packard (1912–
                           1996), the co-founder of the Hewlett-Packard Company, and Lucile Salter Packard (1914–
                           1987). Throughout their lives in business and philanthropy, the Packards sought to use
                           private funds for the public good, giving back to a society which enabled them to prosper.

  Programs/Initiatives:    Guided by the business philosophy and values of our Founders, we invest in and take smart
                           risks with innovative people and organizations to improve the lives of children, enable the
                           creative pursuit of science, advance reproductive health, and conserve and restore earth's
                           natural systems.

                           Core Grant making Programs
                           We focus the majority of our grant making in three program areas:
                           - Our Conservation and Science Program seeks to protect and restore our oceans, coasts,
                             and atmosphere and to enable the creative pursuit of scientific research toward this goal.
                           - Our Population Program seeks to slow the rate of growth of the world's population, to
                             expand reproductive health options among the world's poor, and to support reproductive
                           - Our Children, Families, and Communities Program seeks to ensure opportunities for all
                             children to reach their potential.

                           Other Areas of Funding
                           In addition to our core grant making programs, our Foundation provides support in other
                           important areas:
                           - Our Local Area Funds provide support to arts and community organizations which offer
                              important cultural and social services in local geographic areas of historical importance
                              to the Packard family.
                           - Our Organizational Effectiveness and Philanthropy Funds seek to strengthen the
                              organizational effectiveness of grantee organizations, provide program-related
                              investments to further program goals and objectives, and improve the practice of
                           - The Foundation makes Program-Related Investments to support overall program goals
                              and objectives.

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       Types of support    Fund
          Grant range      Approximately $266 million for 2007.
                           Indonesia past grantees – range is from $100,000 - $250,000

Eligibility requirements   The Foundation only accept grant proposal for charitable, educational, or scientific
                           purposes, primarily from tax-exempt, charitable organizations.

                           The Foundation does not provide funding for projects that benefit specific individuals or
                           that serve religious purposes.

                 Grant     Application instructions for each subprogram that accepts letters of inquiry or proposals are
    cycle/requirements     available at the links at Foundation’s website. Before preparing a letter of inquiry or grant
                           proposal, please carefully review the guidelines and geographic limitations for your area of

 Current/past grantees           Center for International Forestry Research For a preliminary assessment of issues
                                  and research needs related to reduced emissions from deforestation and biofuels
                                  development in Indonesia
                                 Yayasan LMMA Indonesia For strategic planning, staff development, and fund
                                 Yayasan LMMA Indonesia For strategic planning, staff development, and fund
                                  development (and for IRS withholding)
                                 Yayasan Puter To plan and implement environmentally sustainable reconstruction
                                  efforts in coastal communities of Aceh Province, Indonesia
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The Global Fund For Children

  Contact Information:     1101 Fourteenth Street, NW
                           Suite 420
                           Washington, DC 20005
                           Tel: 202-331-9003
                           Fax: 202-331-9004

      Contact Persons:     Ananya Bhattacharya, Program Officer for South Asia

        Vision/Mission:    The Global Fund for Children’s mission is to advance the dignity of children and youth
                           around the world. GFC pursues its mission by making small grants to innovative
                           community-based organizations working with some of the world’s most vulnerable
                           children and youth, complemented by a dynamic media program that, through books,
                           documentary photography, and film, highlights the issues affecting children and celebrates
                           the global society in which we all live.

                           GFC made its first grants in 1997 using royalties from its children’s book publishing
                           venture. Since then, GFC’s grantmaking capacity has grown dramatically, from $3,000 in
                           1997 to approximately $2 million during the 2005 -2006 fiscal year. From 1997 through
                           2005, GFC distributed more than $5 million in grants to more than 180 groups in sixty

                           The needs of children and youth, though in many ways universal, are best responded to in
                           ways that fit the particular situation on the ground. GFC therefore supports groups that are
                           providing for the needs of children in a variety of ways—by giving scholarships to allow
                           poor children to attend formal schools, by providing tutoring and after-school services to
                           youth at risk of leaving formal schooling, or by establishing classroom environments on
                           train platforms, in boats, on beaches, or at garbage dumps.

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                           This model of grant making is both time—and labor-intensive, but its impact is substantial.
                           In addition to providing opportunities for vulnerable children, this model contributes to the
                           growth of civil society, encourages the development of homegrown philanthropy, and
                           supports social entrepreneurship. In developing economies, where groups often need only a
                           small amount of money to undertake meaningful programs, small grants can have
                           measurable impact on an organization and the lives of those it serves.

                           GFC’s Global Media Ventures encompasses GFC’s book-publishing program, which
                           produces vibrant photo-illustrated children’s books showing the similarities of children
                           throughout the world and celebrating the shared processes of childhood; documentary
                           photography that illustrates the day-to-day lives of young people served by the community-
                           based organizations GFC supports; and films that profile the issues that children often face
                           in their struggles for dignity. We believe that the messages inherent in our media ventures
                           underscore the goals of our grant making and, together, present a compelling statement on
                           behalf of children everywhere.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Grant making Program; Learning, Enterprise, Safety, and Healthy Minds and Bodies,
                             and Creative Opportunities
                           - Global Media Ventures; Books, Photography, Film

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      $5,000 - $20,000

Eligibility requirements   The Global Fund for Children selects our grantee partners based on their demonstrated
                           potential to produce sustainable improvement in the lives of vulnerable children and youth
                           and to serve as a resource or model for other organizations.

                           Prospective grantee partners must meet the following eligibility criteria in order to be
                           considered for GFC support.

                           Appropriate size and stage of development
                           With rare exceptions, a prospective grantee partner’s annual budget should not exceed
                           $200,000. In most cases, new grantee partners have budgets in the $25,000 to $75,000
                           range. Our aim is to identify organizations at a relatively early stage in their development.

                           Direct involvement with children and youth
                           Prospective grantee partners must work directly with children and youth. We do not
                           support groups engaged exclusively in advocacy or research. (We do, however, support
                           organizations that perform both advocacy and direct service.)

                           Capable management
                           Prospective grantee partners must have systems and processes for ensuring responsible
                           management of funds. At a minimum, an organization must have basic accounting and
                           reporting systems as well as phone and email access.

                           Local leadership
                           Prospective grantee partners must be led by individuals who live and work in the
                           community. We prioritize organizations whose leaders were born and raised in the
                           community. We do not fund the local offices or affiliates of national or international

                           Legal status
                           A prospective grantee partner must be registered with the local or national government as a
                           non-profit organization. If the political context makes legal registration unfeasible, the
                           organization must demonstrate non-profit equivalency. We do not provide start-up funding
                           for the creation of new organizations.

                           Selection Guidelines
                           Beyond these basic eligibility criteria, GFC uses the following selection guidelines in
                           identifying organizations that are truly exceptional.

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                        A focus on the most vulnerable
                        GFC grantee partners reach the children of “the last mile”—those who are economically
                        and socially outside the reach of mainstream services and support, including street children,
                        child laborers, AIDS orphans, sex workers, hard-to-reach rural populations, and other
                        vulnerable or marginalized groups.

                        Community involvement
                        We prioritize organizations that are rooted in their community and operate with community
                        input, involvement, and investment, embracing the community as an integral part of their

                        We prioritize organizations that can demonstrate sustained, meaningful improvement in the
                        lives of the children and youth they serve.

                        We prioritize organizations that engage children and youth as active participants in their
                        own growth and development, rather than as passive recipients of services.

                        Innovation and creativity
                        We prioritize organizations that tackle old problems in new ways, demonstrating
                        innovation and creativity in their program strategies and approaches.

                        Strong leadership
                        We prioritize organizations that have committed, respected, and dynamic leadership with a
                        vision for change.

                        We prioritize organizations that generate models, methodologies, and practices that can be
                        adapted and applied to similar issues and challenges in other communities.

                        Potential for sustainability
                        We prioritize organizations that have a strategy for ensuring the long-term sustainability of
                        their programs, through donor diversification, mobilization of government funding,
                        community investment, income-generating activities, and other creative measures.

                        We prioritize organizations that are recognized and trusted in their communities.
                        Organizations that believe they meet these criteria can submit a letter of inquiry at any
                        time. If a letter of inquiry falls within GFC’s priorities, GFC will follow up with the
                        organization to solicit a full proposal. Please do not contact GFC by phone or by email to
                        ask about the status of your letter of inquiry. Due to the volume of inquiries, GFC cannot
                        respond individually to those not selected for further consideration.

               Grant    All potential grantee partners are first required to submit a preliminary letter of inquiry.
  cycle/requirements    Although GFC awards new grants only twice a year (in June and December), interested
                        organizations can submit a letter of inquiry, please visit
                        any time during the year. GFC uses the letter of inquiry to determine basic eligibility and
                        fit with GFC’s selection criteria. Please review our portfolios and eligibility criteria
                        carefully before submitting a letter of inquiry.

Current/past grantees   - Ba Futuru (For the Future); works to create a positive future for children in orphanages
                          through creative arts, using role plays, trust exercises, art, and drama for the
                          psychological and emotional rehabilitation of the children. Our grant supports the
                          Transformative Arts and Human Rights Education program, which offers psychosocial
                          workshops on conflict resolution for children in internally displaced persons camps in
                          Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor). Amount $7,000.
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The Global Fund for Women

  Contact Information:     Program Officer for Asia and Oceania
                           Global Fund for Women
                           1375 Sutter Street, Suite 400
                           San Francisco, CA 94109
                           Tel: 415-202-7640
                           Fax: 415-202-8604

      Contact Persons:     Dechen Tsering, Program Officer
                           Naishin Fu, Program Associate

        Vision/Mission:    The Global Fund for Women is an international network of women and men committed to
                           a world of equality and social justice. We advocate for and defend women's human rights
                           by making grants to support women's groups around the world.

                           We are part of a global women's movement that is rooted in a commitment to justice and an
                           appreciation of the value of women's experience. The challenges women face vary widely
                           across communities, cultures, religions, traditions and countries. We believe that women
                           should have a full range of choices, and that women themselves know best how to
                           determine their needs and propose solutions for lasting change. The way in which we do
                           our work is as important as what we do. This philosophy is reflected in our flexible,
                           respectful and responsive style of grant making.

                           The Global Fund makes grants to seed, strengthen and link women's rights groups based
                           outside the United States working to address human rights issues that include:
                           - Ending Gender-Based Violence and Building Peace
                           - Ensuring Economic and Environmental Justice
                           - Advancing Health and Sexual and Reproductive Rights
                           - Expanding Civic and Political Participation
                           - Increasing Access to Education
                           - Fostering Social Change Philanthropy

                           The Global Fund for Women is a nonprofit grant making foundation that advances
                           women's human rights worldwide. We are a network of women and men who believe that
                           ensuring women's full equality and participation in society is one of the most effective
                           ways to build a just, peaceful and sustainable world. We raise funds from a variety of
                           sources and make grants to women-led organizations that promote the economic security,
                           health, safety, education and leadership of women and girls.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Economic Security
                           -   Violence Against Women
                           -   Education
                           -   Health
                           -   Leadership
                           -   Trafficking
                           -   Environment

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      $500 - $20,000

Eligibility requirements   We accept proposals in any language and in any format.
                           Our funding is primarily devoted to flexible, general support grants that address universal
                           issues such as reproductive health and choice, access to education, economic independence,
                           political participation, the rights of sexual minorities and the prevention of violence against
                           women and children.

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                     In our efforts to link women's rights groups outside the United States, the Global Fund also
                     funds a limited number of small, time-sensitive grants to participants and organizers of
                     conferences that bring together and build the capacity of women's rights activists.

                     The Global Fund organizes its grant making into
                     five geographic regions:
                        • Africa
                        • Americas and the Caribbean
                        • Asia and Oceania
                        • Europe and the Former Soviet States
                        • Middle East and North Africa

                     The Process
                     Diverse professional staffs reviews 3,000 proposals each year, of which the Global Fund is
                     able to support over 500. The board of directors representing women leaders from around
                     the world approves all final grant decisions. The Global Fund's grant making process is
                     informed by the expertise of an international advisory council of over 100 women and men.
                     Current and former grantees play a vital role in helping to identify, refer and recommend
                     new and emerging groups that are eligible for grants.

                     Who the Global Fund supports
                     - Groups of women working together.
                     - Organizations that demonstrate a clear commitment to women’s equality and women’s
                       human rights.
                     - Organizations that are governed and directed by women.
                     - Organizations based outside of the United States.

                     Who the Global Fund does NOT support
                     - Individuals and Scholarships
                     - Organizations that do not have a women’s human rights focus.
                     - Organizations headed or managed by men.
                     - Organizations whose sole activities are income-generation and/or charity.
                     - Organizations based or working primarily in the United States.
                     - Organizations in the Global North proposing partnerships in the Global South.
                     - Government entities, political parties or election campaigns.

                     If your organization fulfils these criteria, and you would like to apply for a grant, please
                     read the grant cycle/requirements.

             Grant   We have three types of grants:
cycle/requirements   1. General Support Grants
                     These are flexible, small grants that cover general operating and project expenses.
                     - Your group must meet ALL the basic criteria (listed under "application requirements" of
                        the grant application form) to be eligible for a grant.
                     - A group may only have one proposal of any type under consideration at a given time.
                     - Amount granted may be less than the amount requested if and when an award is made.

                     2. Travel and Event Grants
                     These are small grants that support members of an organization to attend conferences
                     and events.
                     - Please note that your group must meet all the basic criteria (listed under "application
                        requirements" of the grant application form) to be eligible for a grant.
                     - A group may only have one proposal of any type under consideration at a given time.
                     - Amount granted may be less than the amount requested if and when an award is made.
                     - Applications for travel and event grants must be received no later than 8 weeks before
                        the beginning of the event. Funds for these kinds of grants are limited.
                     - Because our funding for such travel grants is so limited, priority will be given to former
                        grantees of the Global Fund for Women that do not have access to other
                        funding sources.

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                         3. Organizing Meeting/Event Grants
                         These are small grants to support organizations in planning a time-sensitive conference
                         or event.
                         - These types of requests must be received no later than 8 weeks before the beginning of
                            the event and that funds for these kinds of grants are limited.
                         - Because our funding for such travel grants is so limited, priority will be given to former
                            grantees of the Global Fund for Women that do not have access to other
                            funding sources.

                         The Global Fund for Women is committed to providing support to women’s groups
                         throughout the world in a fair and just way. We accept grant proposals in any language and
                         any format. We award grants based on criteria and priorities determined in partnership with
                         women’s rights activists working on the ground.

                         Please download an application form here for:
                         General Support Grants
                         Travel and Event Grants
                         Organize a Meeting/Event Grants

 Current/past grantees   Kalyanamitra 1991, 1992, 2003, 2005; Violence Against Women, amount $42,500

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The Rockfeller Foundation

 Contact Information:    New York
                         The Rockefeller Foundation
                         420 Fifth Ave
                         New York, NY 10018
                         Tel: 212-869-8500
                         Fax: 212-764-3468
     Contact Persons:    -
      Vision/Mission:    The Rockefeller Foundation was established in 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, Sr., to
                         "promote the well-being" of humanity by addressing the root causes of serious problems.
                         The Foundation works around the world to expand opportunities for poor or vulnerable
                         people and to help ensure that globalization’s benefits are more widely shared. With assets
                         of more than $3.5 billion, it is one of the few institutions to conduct such work both within
                         the United States and internationally.

                         The Rockefeller Foundation works around the world to expand opportunities for poor or
                         vulnerable people and to help ensure that globalization’s benefits are more widely shared.
                         It is one of the few institutions to conduct such work both within the United States and

                         Our initiatives are largely focused in a small group of areas in which the Rockefeller
                         Foundation may play a special role by virtue of our history and legacy: global health,
                         agricultural productivity, innovation for development, economic resilience and urban life.
                         These areas may change from time to time—while remaining consistent with our core
                         strengths and global perspective-- as work is completed and new, pressing opportunities

                         We organize our operations by time-bound initiatives, rather than by program areas.
                         Initiatives take many forms and use many methods, but nearly all draw on our long-held
                         beliefs in creating opportunities for the world’s poor or vulnerable people by spurring
                         entrepreneurship, promoting innovation, building human and institutional capital,
                         catalyzing the creation of new fields and expanding access to and distribution of resources.

                         We endeavor to be strategic in our grant-making, and therefore concentrate our resources
                         where they will have the greatest impact.

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We try to avoid the temptation to engage in areas where others are more appropriately
involved -- in many cases public entities (especially where large sums of money are
required). We recognize that our resources alone are generally insufficient to adequately
support basic research, or to take most innovations to scale. We seek and welcome
opportunities for new partnerships and new networks.

We relentlessly press the advantages of our history and structure. Among these: a capacity
for the calculated risk that underlies most innovation, for venturing where others remain
reluctant to go; an ability, while ultimately insisting on measurable results, to be patient in
developing sustainable solutions rather than illusory quick-fixes; and our heritage, which
provides us with both inspiration and standing, including our convening power and also the
potential to move not just money but minds and policies.

It is not the investments that determine how any great organization is judged, but the
outcomes of those investments. For us, those outcomes are guided by our ability to
innovate, influence, and, in the end, to generate impact.
By innovate, we mean the ability to identify more than just what is new. It means being
both creative and expansive in how we identify and understand deep contextual challenges
and flexible and agile in how we devise and deploy potential solutions.

Influence is a critical currency in today’s rapidly changing world, where the complexities
of market systems, governmental structures and cultures interact and compete for limited
resources and advantage. The capacity to gain, retain and leverage influence in order to
catalyze opportunities is essential to our efforts.

Impact is tangible, identifiable and in many cases, measurable. We focus our attention on
issues and places not only where we know that change is needed, but where we have a real
ability to affect change.

Our work begins not with some top-down plan for the improvement of societies or an
official model of economic development, but with a search for new ideas with unusual
potential for significant impact.

We seek out these ideas in both traditional and non-traditional manners. We seek ideas that
are rooted in facts, and work to analyze facts from diverse sources and in fresh ways. We
look to current academic thought and literature, and to the perspectives of those already
working in fields we are exploring (grantees and prospective partners), but we also directly
seek out the views of the ultimate beneficiaries of our work, and regard these views as a
key element in shaping our own perspectives. We work with and value strategic partners
who enhance our ability to listen to the potential beneficiaries of our investments.

We select the ideas that form the heart of initiatives we undertake based on their potential
for significant impact. Each such initiative addresses a problem with severe consequences
and has the potential to positively affect a large number of poor or vulnerable people.

Our initiatives are also situational. Almost all are selected because an opportunity for
impact has been created by the potential to break a bottleneck, surface a new issue or re-
frame an old one, take advantage of a current or anticipated tipping point, or, with partners,
scale-up a proven solution.

Moreover, our initiatives are designed with specificity. Each has a clear timeframe, with
identified activities and products, and a projected endpoint. While initiative timeframes
will vary, each is both intended and required to yield some measurable outcomes within at
most three to five years. Some of the complex problems we address demand longer-term
solutions, but this requirement helps ensure that each initiative is either achieving impact,
or being modified in order to do so, or is abandoned because impact has proven beyond our
reach. This requirement of short-term outcomes as well as long-term objectives also helps
promote flexibility in our operations, and constant receptivity to new ideas and new work.

We implement our initiatives with rigor. We require that our grantees have proven or well-
justified operating models designed to yield impact, committed and capable leadership, a
plan for sustainable outcomes and an open, ongoing and transparent approach to evaluation

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                           and learning. We use the full range of our own assets and capacities to support each of our
                           initiatives. And we learn from our efforts, and help others to do so, seeking to identify,
                           measure and disclose what works and what doesn’t. Because we take calculated risks, we
                           do not expect always to succeed. Because we assess, we expect to succeed more often, to
                           effect more change, to have greater impact.

  Programs/Initiatives:    No Information

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization and individual

                 Grant     Please visit our website for description of the Foundation current
    cycle/requirements     initiatives. If the grants and ideas section of the site, you will also find a page of
                           submitting ideas. If after you have reviewed our website you feel that your idea meet the
                           Foundation’s criteria, we invite you submit your idea using this page. This is currently the
                           only means through which we are accepting submissions from people or organizations with
                           access to the internet. We at The Rockefeller Foundation know that we don't have all the

                           We seek to promote the well-being of humanity by addressing the root causes of serious
                           problems. We work to expand opportunities for poor or vulnerable people and to help
                           ensure that globalization's benefits are more widely shared. We are one of the few
                           institutions to conduct such work both within the United States and internationally.

                           We welcome your ideas about how to do this most effectively. We seek high-impact ideas
                           that have the potential to make a difference in the lives of large numbers of poor or
                           vulnerable people and we require some results from such ideas to be measurable within
                           three to five years.

                           We search for ideas in many different ways: in reaching out to experts, innovators, non-
                           governmental organizations and associations, interested individuals and public officials; in
                           supporting competitions; and in new ways we're just beginning to test. This section of our
                           web site is another way we can reach out to you.

                           If you have an idea for consideration -- regardless of whether you (or your organization)
                           expect to be involved in its implementation -- we encourage your contribution, and ask that
                           you complete a form you can access by clicking here.

                           While we will review each form, please note that because of the large volume of ideas we
                           receive, we are not able to respond to all submissions. We will respond within 4-6 weeks
                           if we need additional information to explore the idea further with you.

 Current/past grantees     No information
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The Toyota Foundation

  Contact Information:     37F, Shinjuku-Mitsui Building
                           2-1-1, Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
                           Tokyo, JAPAN
                           Tel: 81-3-3344-1701
                           Fax: 81-3-3342-6911
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     The Toyota Foundation, a private, nonprofit, grant-making organization dedicated to the
                           goals of realizing greater human fulfillment and contributing to the development of a
                           human-oriented society, was endowed on October 1974 by the Toyota Motor Corporation
                           to commemorate its fortieth anniversary of automobile production.

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                           The Foundation's total endowment is about \29.5 billion (roughly US$250 million).
                           Chartered by the Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and
                           Telecommunications, the Foundation relies on its endowment income. The Foundation,
                           governed by its Board of Directors, is wholly independent of the corporate policies of the
                           subscribing company or of any other institution.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Research; the Foundation has already closed application for the fiscal year 2008.
                           - Community Activities; at present applications are limited to groups based in Japan
                           - Network Formation; 1) Asian Neighbors Network Program – The Foundation has
                             already closed application for the fiscal year 2007, 2) Southeast Asian Studies Regional
                             Exchange Program, 3) Research Report Grant Program.

       Types of support    -
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   In general grants are awarded to individuals or to individuals on behalf of a group, and not
                           to organizations. Activities supported may include individual or group research projects,
                           conferences or public seminars, publications, or other modalities. Each program has its
                           own regulations and limitations, however. Foundation funds may not be used for such
                           activities as political lobbying, religious proselytizing, establishing endowment funds,
                           paying for institutional overhead costs, or routinely acquiring museum artifacts or library

                Grant      Please visit the website
 Current/past grantees     No information
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WINGS Global Fund for Community Foundations

  Contact Information:     WINGS Global Fund for Community Foundations
                           c/o European Foundation Centre
                           51, Rue de la Concorde
                           1050 Brussels. Belgium
                           Tel: +32 (2) 508 30 64
                           Fax: +32 (2) 508 37 89
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Community foundations are important vehicles for community-driven development and
                           capacity building. The Global Fund for Community Foundations is a new WINGS
                           programme created to promote the growth and sustainability of community foundations in
                           developing and transitioning countries. The programme will provide grants primarily to
                           community foundations, though in some instances support organisations will also be

                           The Fund’s overall goal is to develop the core competencies of community foundations so
                           that they can move towards their full potential. Its grants help them gain access to the
                           experience and skills of resource people as well as developing and engaging, where
                           feasible, the knowledge and the expertise of national and regional support organisations.
                           The aim is to progressively build organisational capacity and the leadership skills necessary
                           for the development of strong and sustainable community foundations, and the
                           encouragement of local giving.

  Programs/Initiatives:     support the development of sustainable community foundations (see Glossary) to
                             address the needs of the communities they serve;
                            realise the potential of community foundations as an instrument for achieving and
                             sustaining community-driven development;

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                            nurture community foundations to foster stronger local civil society, enhance social
                             capital, and improve governance through introducing transparent, accountable, inclusive
                             decision-making processes for local development;
                            build long-term local financial resources and community engagement by promoting and
                             developing local philanthropy based on local culture(s) and traditions;
                            facilitate the building of networks of community foundations within countries and
                             regions that can support and strengthen one another; and
                            build and strengthen support organizations which can assist individual community
                             foundations through technical assistance.

       Types of support    No information
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   Community foundations
                           Community foundations are grant making organisations that:
                            seek to improve the quality of life for all people in a defined geographic area;
                            are independent from control or influence by other organisations, governments or
                            are governed by a board reflecting the communities they serve;
                            make grants to other non-profit groups to address a wide variety of (and changing)
                             needs and opportunities in the community;
                            continuously mobilise local contributions from a broad spectrum of predominantly local
                             donors (individuals, businesses, local government, diasporas, etc.)
                            seek to build or ensure a permanent resource for and from the community, e.g. endowed
                             funds from a wide range of donors or from other services and activities;
                            provide services to local donors to help them achieve their philanthropic goals;
                            engage in a broad range of community leadership and partnership activities, serving as
                             catalysts, convenors, collaborators and facilitators to solve problems and develop
                             solutions to community issues;
                            have open and transparent policies and practices concerning all aspects of their
                             operations; and
                            are accountable to the community by informing the general public about their purposes,
                             activities, and financial status on a regular basis.

                           Support organisations
                           In this context, support organisations are independent, not-for-profit service providers to
                           civil society organisations in general or foundations in general but having a focus on
                           community foundations in particular.
                           Within the framework of the Global Fund, support organisations must have:
                            a strong understanding of the community foundation concept and sufficient technical
                               expertise to assist community foundation development;
                            a strategy for developing and supporting community foundations within the larger
                               context of philanthropy;
                            knowledge of the legal and fiscal environment for foundations - appropriate legal
                               structures, governance arrangements, charitable giving mechanisms, asset management
                               and development, grant making, etc.;
                            in some cases - developed grant support (funding, etc.) which fosters independent
                               community foundations;
                            fostered the networking of community foundations within a country;
                            promoted the concept to opinion-makers in the country.

                 Grant     To submit a letter of intent or application form for the grants programmes
    cycle/requirements or see website for details

 Current/past grantees     No information
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World Education

  Contact Information:     World Education, Inc.
                           44 Farnsworth Street
                           Boston, MA 02210
                           Tel: 617.482.9485
                           Fax: 617.482.0617

                           Field Office in Indonesia
                           Jl. Tebet Dalam IV-D No. 5A
                           Jakarta 12810 – Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-829-7228
                           Fax: 62-21-830-7591

      Contact Persons:     Matt Zimmerman, Country Representative

        Vision/Mission:    World Education is dedicated to improving the lives of the poor through economic and
                           social development programs.

                           World Education is well known for its work around the globe in environmental education,
                           community development, maternal and child health, school governance, integrated literacy,
                           small enterprise development, HIV/AIDS education and prevention and care, and refugee
                           training. World Education also works to strengthen literacy and adult basic education
                           programs in the United States. Projects are designed to contribute to individual growth, as
                           well as to community and national development.

                           Founded in 1951 to meet the needs of the educationally disadvantaged, World Education
                           provides training and technical assistance in nonformal education across a wide array of
                           sectors. Registered as a private voluntary organization, World Education has worked in
                           over 50 countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, as well as in the United States.

                           World Education contributes to individual growth, strengthens the capacity of local partner
                           institutions, catalyzes community and national development. World Education's approach
                           is characterized by a commitment to meaningful and equal partnership that is flexible and
                           evolves over time, and is based on mutual interest and trust. In its role as catalyst, World
                           Education strives to develop assets such as good health, literacy, numeracy, business and
                           civic participation skills, and access to credit. World Education promotes local autonomy
                           by partnering with stakeholders to plan and implement their programs for social and
                           economic change, appropriate to the local context and the needs of grassroots constituents.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Gender
                           -   Civilization Empowerment
                           -   Decentralization of Basic Education Management and Governance
                           -   Farmer Learning and Environmental Stewardship in Indonesia
                           -   Indonesia Learning Farm
                           -   Orangutan Habitat Conservation II

       Types of support    Partnership
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   - Non-government organization
                           - Government
                           - Civil organization

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                 Grant     As an organization, World Education is deeply committed to development globally and in
    cycle/requirements     the United States. Our focus is on achieving change at the community-level by working in
                           partnership with government agencies and local nongovernmental and civil organizations.
                           We are not, however, a funding organization. World Education receives funding from
                           donors to carry out the development projects that we implement.

                           As we receive fund from donors, the step is implement dialogue with partner. In generally,
                           the criteria are mission, objective, scope and focus activities of organization. We look for
                           long-term relationship and establishment of organization.

 Current/past grantees     No information
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World Neighbors

  Contact Information:     Oklahoma City headquarters
                           4127 NW 122nd Street
                           Oklahoma City, OK 73120 USA
                           Tel: 800-242-6387
                           Fax: 405-752-9393

                           Indonesia office
                           World Neighbors, Southeast Asia
                           P.O. Box 71, Ubud 80571 Bali, INDONESIA
                           Tel: 62-21-361-975707
                           Fax: 62-21-361-976487
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     World Neighbors is an international development organization that works with some of the
                           most remote and marginalized communities in ecologically fragile areas of Asia, Africa
                           and Latin America. We support the transformation of communities by helping people
                           address hunger, poverty, disease and other challenges that undermine their livelihoods, and
                           by inspiring lasting leadership and collective action for change. Since 1951 we have helped
                           more than 25 million people in 45 nations improve their lives and the communities where
                           they work.

  Programs/Initiatives:    Indonesia
                           We support programs in 59 villages on the five islands of Flores, Lombok, Timor, Sumba
                           and Sumbawa aimed at the development of economic enterprises, dry-land farming
                           technologies, community forestry, community health, water supply and sanitation and
                           watershed management.
                           - Sustainable Agriculture
                           - Community Health
                           - Reproductive Health
                           - Environment/Natural Resource Management
                           - Local Capacity Building
                           - Gender

       Types of support    Funding
          Grant range      US$ 7 million

Eligibility requirements   - Organization
                           - Community

                 Grant     World Neighbors approach is unique – we do not give away food or material aid. Instead,
    cycle/requirements     we provide training so that people gain the skills and leadership to work together for
                           change. We operate programs for an average of five to 10 years, and take pride that most of
                           our experienced International Program staff and volunteers are local people from the

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                         countries in which they work. As World Neighbors moves to other areas of need, we leave
                         behind a network of leaders with the skills to enable the community to undertake
                         development initiatives on their own.

                         Our approach is simple. In cooperation with our global neighbors, we:
                         1. Select the areas where we work on the basis of need and opportunity.
                         2. Listen to what they have to say and what limits their success and establish a relationship
                            of trust.
                         3. Help strengthen their capacity to identify, analyze and solve their own problems using
                            locally available resources and the simplest tools to do the job.
                         4. Try new ideas on a small scale. Stay practical to generate early enthusiasm and success.
                         5. Help document the results and apply lessons learned to improve programs.
                         6. Reinforce their capacity to maintain and multiply results and ongoing problem-solving
                            processes by forming new partnerships and by coordinating with additional villages and
                            local organizations.
                         7. Widen program impact by documenting and sharing the results and processes with
                            larger-scale organizations, villages, networks, coalitions and governments to influence
                            policies and actions.

 Current/past grantees   No information
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World Population Foundation (WPF)

 Contact Information:    Headquarters:
                         Vinkenburgstraat 2 A
                         3512 AB Utrecht
                         Tel: 31 (0) 30 239 38 88
                         Fax: 31 (0) 30 239 38 60

                         Kompleks Liga Mas Indah Blok E.1 No. 9
                         Duren Tiga Jakarta Selatan 12760

     Contact Persons:    Nathalie Kollmann, Country Representative in Indonesia

       Vision/Mission:   World Population Foundation (WPF) was founded in 1987 by a British couple Roy and
                         Diana Brown. They wanted to establish a foundation focusing on the growth of the world
                         population. The Netherlands had no such organisation unlike the United Kingdom. WPF’s
                         main goal then was to push back the high birth rates aswell as the high rates of maternal
                         and infant mortality, with the aim to decrease world poverty.
                         From 1987 until 1994 WPF was a small organisation mainly supported by donations from
                         the founders and consultancy assignments. In 1994, WPF played an important role in the
                         Dutch delegation of the International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo.
                         At this conference, the Cairo Programme of Action was adopted and it has been the
                         foundation for WPF’s work ever since.

                         WPF is striving for a world in which people have access to resources (condoms and other
                         contraceptives) and sexuality education; a world without sexual abuse and discrimination.
                         WPF has programmes Asia and in Africa in the following countries: Kenya, Uganda,
                         Tanzania, South Africa, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.

 Programs/Initiatives:   Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

     Types of support    - Grant
            provided     - Partnership

          Grant range    No information

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Eligibility requirements   Organization

                Grant      Please check the representative office or see the website.
 Current/past grantees     - Yayasan Mitra Aksi
                           - Yayasan Pelita Ilmu
                           - SIKOK Jambi
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World Vision

  Contact Information:     Regional Offices Asia-Pacific
                           P.O. Box 956, Phrakhanong Post Office
                           SSP Tower, 19th floor
                           555 Sukhumvit 63 (Soi Ekamai)
                           Klongton-Nua, Wattana
                           Bangkok 10110 – Thailand
                           Tel: +66-2-391-6155 or +66-2-381-8861
                           Website: or

                           Jl. K.H. Wahid Hasyim 33
                           Jakarta 10034
                           Tel: 62-21-319-27467
                           Fax: 62-21-319-24070
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     World Vision International is a Christian relief and development organization working for
                           the well being of all people, especially children. Through emergency relief, education,
                           health care, economic development and promotion of justice, World Vision helps
                           communities help themselves. World Vision focuses on children because they are the best
                           indicator of a community's social health. When children are fed, sheltered, schooled,
                           protected, valued, and loved a community thrives.

                           Vision Statement
                           Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness;
                           Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.

                           Mission Statement
                           World Vision is an international partnership of Christians whose mission is to follow our
                           Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in working with the poor and oppressed to promote human
                           transformation, seek justice and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God.

                           In 2001, World Vision Indonesia channelled US$16.44 million in cash and goods through
                           130 projects across 16 provinces in Indonesia whish supported the lives of over 1.5 million
                           Indonesians. There are currently more than 60,000 Indonesian sponsored children and
                           some 9,000 children supported through an education safety net program in East Jakarta.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Children’s Right
                           -   Global Economics
                           -   Peace and Conflict
                           -   Refugees
                           -   Gender
                           -   HIV/AIDS

                           In Indonesia
                           - Transitional Activity Program (TAP)
                           - Education Safety Net (ESN) in East Jakarta
                           - HIV/AIDS Tender Loving Care in Merauke district in Papua.
                           - Food Integrated to Hinder TB (Fight TB)

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                           - Landak Child Survival Project (LCSP) provides primary health services, especially
                             enhancing child and maternal health.
                           - Peace-Building Initiatives
                           - Area Development Program (ADP)

        Types of support   Grants and Partnerships
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Please check the Regional Offices’ website
                   Grant   Please check the Regional Offices’ website
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Indonesia Resident Mission (IRM)

  Contact Information:     Gedung BRI II, Lantai 7
                           Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 44-46 Jakarta 10210
                           Tel. 62-21-251-2721
                           Fax. 62-21-251-2749

                           Headquarter: 6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City
                           1550 Metro Manila, Philippines
                           Tel: 63-2-632-4444
                           Fax: 63-2-636-2444
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     The work of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is aimed at improving the welfare of the
                           people in Asia and the Pacific, particularly the 1.9 billion who live on less than $2 a day.
                           Despite many success stories, Asia and the Pacific remains home to two thirds of the
                           world's poor. ADB is a multilateral development financial institution owned by 67
                           members, 48 from the region and 19 from other parts of the globe. ADB's vision is a
                           region free of poverty. Its mission is to help its developing member countries reduce
                           poverty and improve the quality of life of their citizens.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Agriculture and Natural resources
                           -   Education
                           -   Energy
                           -   Finance
                           -   Health, Nutrition, and Social Protection
                           -   Industry and Trade
                           -   Law, Economic Management, and Public Policy
                           -   Transport and Communications
                           -   Water Supply, Sanitation, and Waste Management
                           -   Activities involving Multiple Sectors

       Types of support    -   Loans
              provided     -   Technical Assistance
                           -   Grants
                           -   Scholarship
                           -   Internship

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           Grant range     In 2006 $241,6 million
                           In 2007: No information. The projects for 2007 were closed and will be opened early 2008
                           (*Private sector: $246,8 million).

Eligibility requirements   Non Government Organization works directly with the governments and other civil society
                Grant      No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

  Contact Information:     Wisma Metropolitan II, Lt. 10 s/d 12
                           Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 31, Jakarta 12920
                           Tel: 62-21-570-5816
                           Fax: 62-21-571-1326

                           UNICEF Representative
                           P.O. Box 8318/JKSMP
                           Jakarta 12083, Indonesia

      Contact Persons:     Frieda Addienayuni, Assistant Fund Raising Officer

        Vision/Mission:    UNICEF first aided Indonesia in 1948 when an emergency call came in for immediate
                           assistance following a sever drought in Lombok. In 1950, the first official cooperation
                           began between UNICEF and the Government of Indonesia.

                           Since those early post-independence days, UNICEF has remained a committed partner in
                           Indonesia’s efforts to transform the lives of children and women across the archipelago.
                           UNICEF’s early priority was the delivery of fundamental services and supplies to improve
                           the basic health of Indonesian children and their families.

                           For over 50 years, UNICEF has been playing significant roles to help the government
                           develop lives of children and women. Today, UNICEF operates twelve field offices,
                           supporting programs in 15 of Indonesia’s 33 provinces and reaching over 20 millions

                           UNICEF jointly with its partners also successfully helped develop and lobby for the
                           adoption of the new Child Protection Law in 2002 that serves as legal basis for children’s
                           rights protection.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Health and Nutrition
                           -   Basic Education for All
                           -   Child Protection
                           -   Fighting HIV/AIDS
                           -   Water and Environmental Sanitation

       Types of support    - International Partnership
              provided     - National Partnership
                           - Corporate Partnership

                Benefit    By partnering with UNICEF in cause marketing, corporations can build brand awareness,
                           enhance retail, client and customer relationships, and increase sales and market share.
                           Strategic grants and contributions can support programmes aligned with the company’s
                           interest and core competencies, involve employees in several ways such as through giving
                           and matching gift programmes, and leverage gifts in-kind.

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                           UNICEF can offer communication and PR support through the following assets: well-
                           known Ambassadors and Supporters of UNICEF; global and national communications
                           networks, websites, donor magazines, and mailings. Some partnerships have been
                           highlighted in corporate card brochures, at VIP events, through direct mail and in email

Eligibility requirements   Corporate partners should demonstrate a deep commitment to social responsibility, and are
                           guided by core values that fit with UNICEF’s programme, advocacy, and fundraising

                Grant      No information
 Current/past grantees     -   FC Barcelona
                           -   Amway
                           -   Ikea
                           -   Bappenas
                           -   Ministry of Women’s Empowerment
                           -   Ministry of Social Affairs
                           -   Ministry of Health
                           -   BKKBN
                           -   Ministry of National Education
                           -   National Police
                           -   Supreme Court
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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

  Contact Information:     Menara Thamrin Lantai 8
                           Jl. MH. Thamrin Kav. 3, Jakarta 10250
                           Tel: 62-21-314-1308
                           Fax: 62-21-398-38941
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     The United Nations Development Programme is the UN’s global development network, an
                           organization advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and
                           resources to help people build a better life.

                           UNDP Indonesia's mission is to be an agent for change to promote human development
                           and to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. UNDP Indonesia is working in four
                           priority areas, which are: Democratic Governance, MDG Monitoring and Advocacy, Crisis
                           Prevention and Recovery, and Environmental Sustainability.
                           In addition to these four areas, UNDP Indonesia is also committed to the fight against
                           HIV/AIDS and the promotion of gender equality.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Democratic Governance
                           -   MDG Monitoring & Advocacy
                           -   Crisis Prevention and Recovery
                           -   Environmental Sustainability
                           -   Aceh & North Sumatera Recovery
                           -   Gender Mainstreaming
                           -   HIV/AIDS
                           -   ICT for Development

       Types of support    Grant base on request of proposal
          Grant range      Base on Request of Proposal

Eligibility requirements   Organization

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                 Grant     Check the UNDP’s website for Request of Proposal

 Current/past grantees     No information
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United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM)

  Contact Information:     UNIFEM East and Southeast Asia Regional Office
                           UN Building 5th Floor,
                           Rajdamnern Avenue, Bangkok 10200
                           Tel: 662-288-2093
                           Fax: 662-280-6030

      Contact Persons:     Riana Puspasari, UNIFEM Indonesia National Coordinator.

        Vision/Mission:    UNIFEM works to promote gender equality between women and men and to advance the
                           status of women. In particular, we focus on implementing the Beijing Platform for Action
                           and other UN global commitments through political and economic empowerment of
                           women, and through the full realization of women's human rights. We work with
                           governments, NGOs, community and other organizations, as well as individuals. The East
                           and Southeast Asia Regional Office covers 13 countries (Cambodia, Democratic Republic
                           of Korea, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, People's Republic of
                           China, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and East Timor).

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Gender and HIV/AIDS
                           -   Eliminating Violence (EVAW)
                           -   CEDAW Southeast Asia
                           -   Empowering Women Migrant Workers

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization

                 Grant     Call for Proposal; please check the UNIFEM’s website. Call for Proposal 2007 only for
    cycle/requirements     Cambodia and Lao PDR

 Current/past grantees     - Bappenas (National Planning Board)
                           - University of Indonesia
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United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  Contact Information:     UNDP/UNFPA, P. O. Box 2338, Jakarta
                           Jakarta, Indonesia 10250
                           Menara Thamrin, 7th Floor
                           Jalan M.H. Thamrin Kav. 3
                           Jakarta, Indonesia 10250
                           Tel: 62-21-314-1308
                           Fax: 62-21-390-4914, 319-27902
                           Website: or

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      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is an international development agency that
                           promotes the right of every woman, man and child to enjoy a life of health and equal
                           opportunity. UNFPA supports countries in using population data for policies and
                           programmes to reduce poverty and to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is
                           safe, every young person is free of HIV/AIDS, and every girl and woman is treated with
                           dignity and respect.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Reproductive Right
                           -   Maternal Mortality
                           -   Population Data for Development
                           -   Gender Equality & GBV
                           -   HIV/AIDS Prevention
                           -   Adolescent Reproductive Health

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization and Country

                 Grant     Call for Proposal; please check the website

 Current/past grantees     -   BKKBN
                           -   The Ministry of Health
                           -   Bappenas
                           -   The Ministry of Women’s Empowerment
                           -   The Central Bureau of Statistic
                           -   PKBI (Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association)
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World Bank

  Contact Information:     Jakarta Stock Exchange Building, Tower 2, 12th & 13th Floor
                           Tel: 62-21-5299-3000
                           Fax: 62-21-5299-3111
                           World Bank Jakarta External Affairs Office
                           Jakarta Stock Exchange Building, Tower 2, 12th Floor

      Contact Persons:     Prabha Chandran
                           Tel. 62-21-5299-3084

        Vision/Mission:    The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing
                           countries around the world. We are not a bank in the common sense. We are made up of
                           two unique development institutions owned by 185 member countries—the International
                           Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development
                           Association (IDA).

                           Each institution plays a different but supportive role in our mission of global poverty
                           reduction and the improvement of living standards. The IBRD focuses on middle income
                           and creditworthy poor countries, while IDA focuses on the poorest countries in the world.
                           Together we provide low-interest loans, interest-free credit and grants to developing
                           countries for education, health, infrastructure, communications and many other purposes.

  Programs/Initiatives:    - Capacity Building
                           - Education
                           - Energy and Infrastructure

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                           -   Environment
                           -   Health, Nutrition and Population
                           -   Information Technology
                           -   Microfinance and Income Generation
                           -   Multi-Sectoral
                           -   Social Development
                           -   Other

       Types of support    - Loans
              provided     - Credit
                           - Grants

           Grant range     5% of the Bank’s annual portfolio or $1 billion dollars

Eligibility requirements   Government of Indonesia and Civil Society Organizations (CSO)

                 Grant     Interested applicants should check the website for updated information before sending a
    cycle/requirements     proposal as application guidelines, criteria, and deadlines vary and may change.

 Current/past grantees     No information
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Foreign Country Assistance

The Australian Government’s Overseas Aid Program (AusAID)

  Contact Information:     Australian Embassy
                           Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. C 15-16
                           Jakarta 12940
                           Tel: 62-21-2550-5556
                           Fax: 62-21-2550-5582

      Contact Persons:     Blair Exell, Minister Counsellor and Senior Representative
                           Mia Salim, Public Affairs Officer:

        Vision/Mission:    The Australian Government's overseas aid program is a Federal Government funded
                           program that reduces poverty in developing countries.
                           The program is managed through the Australian Agency for International Development
                           (AusAID) which reports directly to the Minister for Foreign Affairs. The overall aim of
                           Australia's aid program to Indonesia is to serve Australia's national interest through
                           assisting Indonesia reduce the incidence of poverty and achieve sustainable development.
                           Australia and Indonesia have been development partners for many years, with a strong
                           relationship stretching back to the 1950s. Through AusAID, the Australian Government's
                           overseas aid program in Indonesia will provide an estimated A$458 million (IDR 3.4
                           trillion) in Official Development Assistance (ODA) in 2007-08.

                           This assistance expands Australia's support in key sectors such as infrastructure, health,
                           education and governance, and funds new initiatives in the areas of forest management and
                           transport safety. It puts Australia well on track to spend an estimated A$2 billion on
                           development in Indonesia in the five years to 2010.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Education and Scholarships
                           -   Governance
                           -   Human Security and Stability
                           -   Infrastructure and Regional Development
                           -   Aceh Rehabilitation and Health

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       Types of support    - Grant
              provided     - Scholarship
                           - Loan

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Organization, Government, and Province

                 Grant     1. Proposals for assistance/funding can be send directly to AusAID projects which are then
    cycle/requirements        reviewed according to the guidelines and selection criteria of the particular program.
                           2. Application for Support of Projects; applications (in the form of a project proposal)
                              should be sent by post addressed to the relevant contact officer as indicated in the
                              program/project information details. Please note that projects generally do not accept
                              applications on-line.
                           3. All applications must be signed by a responsible office-bearer of the organisation whose
                              name and designation are clearly indicated.
                           4. Project Proposal Format; project proposal formats varies according to the
                              program/project guidelines you are applying for. See Specific Project Related
                              Documents for further details.
                           5. All funding guidelines please check
                     or e-mail

 Current/past grantees     - National AIDS Commission (Komisi Penanggulangan AIDS Nasional)

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Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

  Contact Information:     Canadian International Development Agency
                           200 Promenade du Portage
                           Gatineau, Quebec
                           K1A 0G4
                           Tel: 819-997-5006
                           Toll free: 1-800-230-6349
                           Fax: 819-953-6088
                           The Embassy of Canada to Indonesia
                           World Trade Center, 6th Floor, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 29-31
                           Jakarta 12920, Indonesia
                           PO Box 8324/JKS.MP Jakarta, Indonesia 12083
                           Tel: 62-21-2550-7800
                           Fax: 62-21-2550-7813

      Contact Persons:     Ms. R. Coleman, Counselor
                           Mr. M. Domaschio, Counselor

        Vision/Mission:    The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) is the federal government
                           agency responsible for administering most of Canada's official co-operation program with
                           developing countries and countries in transition. It’s also lead agency for development
                           assistance. Formed in 1968, CIDA now has a presence in over 100 countries and manages
                           a budget of approximately $2.1 billion a year. CIDA's mandate is to support sustainable
                           development in developing countries in order to reduce poverty and to contribute to a more
                           secure, equitable and prosperous world.

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                           To achieve this purpose, CIDA concentrates its efforts on the following priorities: basic
                           human needs, full participation of women, infrastructure for the poor, human
                           rights/democratic development/governance, private-sector development and the
                           environment. Approximately 25% of CIDA's resources are devoted to basic human needs.

                           CIDA works with a variety of partners to deliver its assistance program. Bilateral projects
                           are based on government-to-government agreements with developing countries. CIDA also
                           enters into contribution agreements with Canadian partners, such as volunteer
                           organizations, universities, co-operatives, professional organizations, churches and so on,
                           to implement projects overseas. CIDA also supports mutually beneficial, development-
                           oriented commercial partnerships between Canadian and developing country private-sector
                           firms. Finally, CIDA also contributes to the assistance programs of multilateral
                           development banks such as the World Bank and the African Development Bank, UN
                           agencies like UNICEF and a variety of international organizations.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Economic Integration
                           -   Governance, Security and The Rule of Law
                           -   The Environment
                           -   Gender Equality
                           -   Poverty Reduction

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      $12 million per year for Southeast Asia

Eligibility requirements   Organization and Government

                Grant      Please check the website
 Current/past grantees     - OXFAM
                           - World Vision Indonesia
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Embassy of Finland

  Contact Information:     Embassy of Finland
                           Menara Rajawali, 9 floor
                           Jl Mega Kuningan
                           Lot 5.1, Kuningan
                           12950 Jakarta

                           Postal address:
                           Embassy of Finland
                           P.O.Box 4635/JKTM
                           Jakarta 12046

                           Tel: +62-21-576 1650
                           Fax: +62-21-576 1631
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Indonesia is not the one of the priority countries for Finnish development cooperation.
                           Finland does not have large bilateral development projects in Indonesia. However,
                           Indonesia is young democracy facing many challenges such as stabilisation of the
                           economic growth, reduction of poverty and maintaining active and healthy civil society.
                           Finland supports democratization, human rights, gender equality, rural development and
                           civil society through a Local Cooperation Fund (LFC) managed by the Embassy of Finland
                           in Jakarta.

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  Programs/Initiatives:    - Gender Equality;
                           - Civic Education and Political Awareness;
                           - Participatory Development

       Types of support    The objective of the fund is to complement other Finnish development efforts in the field
              provided     of human rights, democracy and good governance, and strengthen the civil society in
                           particular. In addition the fund provides support to cultural and social development
                           activities at a small-scale level. The approach is to establish long-term partnerships with a
                           limited number of organisations instead of supporting one-time activities, workshops,
                           seminars, etc.
           Grant range     50 000 - 100 000€.

Eligibility requirements   Projects selected for funding are those which:
                             promote legal training, awareness raising and empowerment of women, fight against
                              domestic violence, sexual abuse, related advocacy work at village/district level
                             include activities concerning children's rights and benefit children living in the most
                              difficult circumstances
                             fight HIV/AIDS
                             include activities focusing on political awareness raising and conflict resolution
                             promote and strengthen participatory development processes
                             promote cultural development, reinforcement and/or dissemination of cooperation
                              between institutions of the different fields of act; science and research
                             include small-scale activities pertaining to environmental protection, income generation
                              activities, improvement of women’s, children’s and disabled people’s situations

                           The organisation(s) in question should have a genuine, credible domestic basis and the
                           proposed programme should not be launched or fully financed by the donor community.
                           Activities proposed should reach a large audience and have potential for a broad impact.
                           Activities strengthening Indonesian – Finnish and Timorese - Finnish cooperation are
                           Organisations networking, cooperating and coordinating with each other will be highly

                 Grant     The Finnish Fund for Local Cooperation is a fund managed by the Embassy of Finland in
    cycle/requirements     Jakarta. The fund supports initiatives of local Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs),
                           Community-based Organisations (CBOs), and other Institutions in Indonesia and Timor
                           Deadline for applications is twice a year in March and September. The proposals for the
                           next round should reach the embassy no later than 30.9.2007.

 Current/past grantees     - Komnas Perempuan, Seminar on the Woman Human Rights Defenders
                           - DIFAA, rights of the handicapped women
                           - Pantura Plus, education on HIV/AIDS,
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European Commission (EC)

  Contact Information:     European Union
                           Delegation of European Commission to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, and East Timor
                           Wisma Dharmala Sakti, 16th floor
                           Jl Jend Sudirman 32
                           Jakarta 10220

                           PO Box 6454 JKPDS, Jakarta 10220 Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-2554-6200
                           Fax: 62-21-2554-6201

      Contact Persons:     HE Mr. Jean Joseph BRETECHE, Head of Delegation

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        Vision/Mission:    The European Union (EU) is a family of democratic European countries, committed to
                           working together for peace and prosperity. It is not a State intended to replace existing
                           States, nor is it just an organisation for international cooperation. The EU is, in fact,
                           unique. Its member states have set up common institutions to which they delegate some of
                           their sovereignty so that decisions on specific matters of joint interest can be made
                           democratically at European level.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Communication                               -   External Trade
                           -   Competition                                 -   Fisheries
                           -   Conference Interpretation                   -   Freedom, Security and Justice
                           -   Consumers                                   -   Humanitarian Aid
                           -   Culture                                     -   Human Rights
                           -   Economic and Monetary Affairs               -   Information Society
                           -   Education, Training, and Youth              -   Public Health
                           -   Employment and Social Affairs               -   Research and Innovations
                           -   Enterprise                                  -   Sport
                           -   Environment                                 -   Transport
                           -   External Aid

       Types of support    - Grants
              provided     - Program
                           - Fund

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   Organization, Private Sector, Government

                 Grant     1. Call for Proposals
    cycle/requirements     2. Call for Tenders
                           Please check The European Union:

 Current/past grantees     -   Ministry of Public Works
                           -   Ministry of Forestry
                           -   Ministry of Health
                           -   Bappenas
                           -   Walhi
                           -   HIVOS
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German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)

  Contact Information:     GTZ Office Jakarta
                           Deutsche Bank Building, 20th floor
                           Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 80
                           Jakarta 10310 - Indonesia
                           Tel: 62-21-319-24007
                           Fax: 62-21-3192-4070

      Contact Persons:     Ms Sabine Markert, Country director

        Vision/Mission:    The GTZ is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with
                           worldwide operations. GTZ promotes complex reforms and change processes, often
                           working under difficult conditions. Its corporate objective is to improve people’s living
                           conditions on a sustainable basis.

                           Indonesia is a priority country in German Development Cooperation. GTZ has been
                           working in Indonesia since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic
                           Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Technical Cooperation with Indonesia dates back to

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  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Health
                           -   Transport
                           -   Economic reform
                           -   Decentralisation

        Types of support   Funding
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   Please see the website
                   Grant   Please see the website
 Current/past grantees     - Ministry of Health: Health Sector
                           - Supreme Court of the Indonesian Republic: Implementation of Competition Law
                           - Ministry of Environment: Environmental Programme
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New Zealand’s International Aid & Development Agency (NZAID)

  Contact Information:     NZAID
                           195 Lambton Quay
                           Private Bag 18-901
                           New Zealand
                           Tel: +64 4 4398200
                           Fax: +64 4 439 8515

                           New Zealand Embassy
                           Gedung BRI II Building, Lantai 23
                           Jalan Jend. Sudirman Kav. 44-46
                           Jakarta 10210. Indonesia
                           Tel: +62 21 570 9460
                           Fax: +62 21 570 9457
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     NZAID is the New Zealand government's international aid and development agency. The
                           agency is responsible for delivering New Zealand's Official Development Assistance
                           (ODA) - the government's aid programme - and for advising the government on
                           international development policy and issues.

                           Since NZAID's formation in 2002, poverty elimination has been central to the agency's
                           mission. While much global progress has been made towards eliminating poverty and
                           hunger, there are still about one billion people living in extreme poverty and 800 million
                           undernourished people.

                           In our own neighbourhood of the Pacific, overall progress has been lacking largely because
                           of the situation in Papua New Guinea (PNG), which has the lowest living standards of any
                           country in the Pacific, and which, together with the other Melanesian countries, accounts
                           for 86 percent of the region's population.

                           East Asia and, to a lesser degree, South Asia, have made large steps towards eliminating
                           poverty. Sub-Saharan Africa, on the other hand, has experienced only marginal gains.
                           Because the causes of poverty are multidimensional and interrelated, action to address
                           poverty has to work across a number of fronts.

                           NZAID recognises development assistance needs to be delivered via a number of channels
                           in order to maximise gains for our developing country partners.
                           New Zealand operates nineteen core bilateral programmes, of which eight have been
                           targeted for the majority of growth in future on the basis of factors such as relative need,
                           poverty indicators and capacity for New Zealand to make a difference on the ground.

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                        In addition, NZAID's regional programmes focus on themes of regional concern such as
                        education, health, governance and economic growth.

                        NZAID also works with multilateral agencies and programmes which provide a proven and
                        effective means for New Zealand to address poverty , conflict, governance issues and
                        humanitarian crises worldwide.

                        NZAID recognises that its development strategies and programmes must be relevant to the
                        local context and incorporate the perceptions of the poor themselves. We therefore engage
                        actively with New Zealand's NGO development community and provide funding to support
                        a wide range of NGO programmes with partners on the ground overseas.

Programs/Initiatives:   Indonesia receives New Zealand's largest bilateral aid allocation in the Asian region. The
                        overall goal of the programme is to give priority to poverty elimination by supporting
                        economic and social development in eastern Indonesia, primarily in the areas of basic
                        education, governance and sustainable rural livelihoods. The agency also supports peace-
                        building and human rights programmes. As a result of the earthquakes and tsunami a new
                        programme has been developed to support the Aceh/Nias reconstruction plan.

    Types of support    Basic education
           provided     Recognising the importance of basic education as key tool in alleviating poverty, NZAID
                        supports a long term programme with the Ministries of National Education and Religious
                        Affairs to improve the quality of primary education. In May 2007 NZAID agreed to fund
                        the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the
                        United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to work with these Ministries on a second phase
                        of the Creating Learning Communities for Children project. The project aims to make
                        access to primary education more equitable, and improve the quality of primary education
                        through promoting student centred teaching and learning. Activities are closely aligned
                        with the Indonesian Government’s strategic plan for education, and will support the
                        attainment of the eight national standards of education for primary schools by
                        mainstreaming school-based management.

                        A new programme with Save the Children in Maluku also supports basic education for
                        children living in conflict zones.

                        NZAID is committed to increasing its investment in governance. NZAID contributes to the
                        Partnership for Governance Reform, a combined government, civil society, private sector
                        and donor initiative that acts to strengthen governance in a range of areas. The agency has
                        also supported a programme to combat human trafficking run by the International
                        Organisation for Migration (IOM), which trained key police officials, legislators, judiciary
                        and staff from the Attorney General's Office. In March 2007 the Indonesian parliament
                        passed anti-trafficking legislation which contains comprehensive definitions and procedural
                        provisions needed for effective law enforcement.

                        NZAID also contributes to the UNDP-led “People-Centred Development Programme” for
                        the Papua region. Development indicators in Papua are among the worst of any region in
                        Indonesia. The programme aims to strengthen local government and civil society capacities
                        to develop, implement and monitor human development toward achievement of the
                        Millennium Development Goals. This includes work in education, health and livelihoods.

                        Sustainable rural livelihoods
                        A vibrant micro, small and medium enterprise sector is a key element in local economic
                        growth. NZAID provides funding to seven large Indonesian NGOs under a five-year
                        programme that supports community empowerment through micro-credit and micro/small
                        business development. In addition, community forestry programmes with the Leuser
                        International Foundation in Aceh, and with the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) in
                        Papua will help communities in buffer zones to build livelihoods that conserve rather than
                        encroach on protected forests.

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                           The Rinjani Trek Ecotourism programme has encouraged NZAID to support a new project
                           with the Ministries of Tourism and Forestry, which is looking at developing an eco-tourism
                           corridor linking a number of national parks in east Indonesia.

                           Peace building and human rights
                           A new human rights training programme beginning in 2007 will bring staff from
                           government agencies and NGOs to New Zealand for an intensive programme. Participants
                           will develop action plans, and will be supported in the implementation of these plans
                           through follow-up seminars and mentoring over the next two years.

                           NZAID provides support to a range of Indonesian civil society organisations for activities
                           that promote human rights, religious pluralism and interfaith dialogue. Six new partners
                           will begin human rights projects in 2007, some of which focus on health and education
                           policies, women’s rights, and strengthening human rights awareness within part of the
                           Islamic school system.

                           NZAID's conflict and peace building programme includes scholarships for Indonesian
                           police trainers to undertake peace studies at the University of Gajah Mada, and a
                           contribution to the International Crisis Group. The National Commission on Violence
                           Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) has received funds for three years to implement a
                           nationwide programme to advocate and ensure adequate services for victims of violence.

                           Study awards
                           Each year eleven Indonesians are selected to receive scholarships for post-graduate study at
                           New Zealand universities. Preference is given to candidates from eastern Indonesia and

                           Aceh and North Sumatra
                           A $20 million programme was developed in early 2005 to support reconstruction in Aceh
                           and Nias following the tsunami and earthquake. NZAID’s key ongoing contribution ($12
                           million in total) is through the Multi–Donor Fund for Aceh and Nias (MDF). The MDF
                           supports the reconstruction programmes of the Aceh-Nias Rehabilitation and
                           Reconstruction Agency (BRR). NZAID also provides long term support to SurfAid
                           International (an NGO formed and run by NZ doctors) for a community health programme
                           on Nias, and funds work by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) on supporting
                           women entrepreneurs.

           Grant range     2007/2008 allocation: $13 million

Eligibility requirements   Asia Development Assistance Facility - Partnerships for Sustainable Development
                           The Asia Development Assistance Facility - Partnerships for Sustainable Development
                           (ADAF-PSD) provides funding opportunities for New Zealand organisations that have
                           established a partnership with an organisation from an eligible country in Asia. It is
                           targeted towards the New Zealand private sector, Crown entities (for example Crown
                           research institutes and universities), and Government departments.
                           The Facility recognises that New Zealand organisations may have the networks and
                           expertise to respond effectively to development priorities in Asia by contributing
                           knowledge, skills and innovative approaches that enhance in-country initiatives to reduce

                           ADAF-PSD is the result of the evaluation and restructuring of its predecessor the Asia
                           Development Assistance Facility (ADAF).

                           There will not be an ADAF-PSD Round in May 2007. The reason is that we had a very
                           good response (28 Expressions of Interest) to Round 1 of the ADAF-PSD which closed on
                           1 May 2006. As a result, we have contracted 12 organizations to prepared Detailed Design
                           Proposals and they have until the end of February 2007 to do this. Please note, however,
                           that NZAID will still hold a round for LADAF-PSD in May 2007. The closing date for
                           submission of Expressions of Interest for LADAF-PSD will be advertised on NZAID's
                           website by the end of February 2007.

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                          The new guidelines and details on the EOI process (including application form and relevant
                          guidance) have been left on the website for information only

                Grant     No information
 Current/past grantees    No information
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US Agency for International Development (USAID)

 Contact Information:     USAID/American Embassy Jakarta
                          Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan No. 3-5
                          Jakarta, Indonesia 10110
                          Tel: 011-62-21 3435-9000

      Contact Persons:    Leslie Rose

       Vision/Mission:    The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent agency of the
                          U.S. government that provides economic, development and humanitarian assistance around
                          the world in support of the foreign policy goals of the United States. In 1961, President
                          John F. Kennedy signed the Foreign Assistance Act into law, creating by executive order
                          what is now known as USAID.

                          USAID is headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in more than 80 countries and
                          territories in four regions of the world: Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the Near East, Latin
                          America and the Caribbean, and Europe and Eurasia. USAID’s office in Indonesia is in

                          Based on active partnerships with the host country government, local private and non-
                          governmental organizations (NGOs), USAID/Indonesia mission identifies needs and
                          establishes a strategy for delivering assistance to the host country. The authority to design,
                          procure and implement specific activities is largely delegated to the mission, based on
                          USAID/Washington’s approval of the country strategy. USAID's assistance is delivered
                          through a variety of contractors and grantees, including U.S. private businesses, U.S. and
                          local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private voluntary organizations and
                          international agencies.

  Programs/Initiatives:   Today, USAID assistance programs focus on four main areas:
                            economic growth that leads to jobs and prosperity,
                            improving the quality of basic education
                            effective democratic and decentralized governance,
                            improving the quality of basic human services (health, water and nutrition services)

                          1. Basic Human Services

                          Objective: Improving the Quality of Basic Human Services
                          Health Services
                          Vulnerable populations – in particular the urban poor, women and children – are the
                          principal beneficiaries of USAID’s public health program. Working with local government
                          agencies, non-governmental organizations and other partners, the program focuses on:
                          maternal and neonatal health; reproductive health; child health and nutrition; prevention of
                          infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria; decentralization of the
                          health sector and improvement of personal hygiene practices. A comprehensive education
                          program improves understanding and adoption of healthy practices, such as regular hand
                          washing with soap, which reduces diarrheal disease – a leading cause of childhood death.

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Safe Water and Environmental Services
USAID supports better health through improved water resource management and expanded
access to clean water and sanitation services. With a ‘ridges to reef’ approach, partners
improve water resource management from watershed sources along rivers and through
cities to coastal reefs. In the upper watershed, the program promotes forest management,
biodiversity conservation and land use planning to protect a steady, year-round source of
clean water. Further downstream, the program strengthens municipal water utilities to
improve and expand piped water and sanitation services to communities. Stakeholder
forums link upstream and downstream communities to build consensus on water and waste
management issues. Marginalized urban communities also benefit from the introduction of
safe drinking water through Air Rahmat, a home chlorination product introduced to the
market through a public-private partnership.

Food Security and nutrition
To improve the nutritional status of Indonesians, USAID food assistance targets poor
communities. These activities directly benefit women and children with supplemental
feeding and information campaigns on balanced diets, vitamins and other nutrition topics.
The food assistance program also works closely with local communities in the construction
of public facilities, latrines, washing facilities, water supplies and in designing solid waste
disposal systems to protect community health.

Democracy and Governance

Objective: Strengthened local governance, democratic reform, and reduced
Mitigation of Conflict and Support for Peace
USAID remains a key donor in mitigating social violence and enhancing peace building
efforts in conflict-affected areas, including Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Papua, the
Malukus, and Central Sulawesi. Through the Support for Peaceful Democratization (SPD)
and the new SERASI Initiative, USAID supports: conflict-sensitive approaches to
development; technical capacity building; livelihoods development; civil society and
academic input in legislative drafting and transition assistance to conflict-affected persons.

Justice Sector Reform
Through the Justice Sector Reform Program (JSRP) and the Democratic Reform Support
Program (DRSP), USAID provides technical assistance and training to judges, prosecutors
and staff members at the Constitutional Court and Attorney General’s Office with the aim
of developing a more effective, professional, transparent, accountable and independent
judicial branch.

Legislative Strengthening
USAID provides institutional support to the National House of Representatives, National
Regional Representative Council, and over 60 district-level legislative councils. Activities
include: promoting constituency and media outreach; developing the capacity to draft and
analyze legislation and operational budgets and encouraging legislative commissions to
carry-out their functions.

Local Governance Strengthening and Support for the Decentralization Process
The Local Governance Support Program (LGSP) supports Indonesia’s decentralization by
helping local governments become more democratic, more competent at the core tasks of
governance and more capable of managing public services and resources. In more than 60
districts, LGSP offers technical assistance and capacity development to local governments,
local legislatures, civil society organizations, the media and citizens in strategic and
participatory planning, finance, budget and accounting and management systems for
service delivery. At the national level, LGSP works to improve implementing regulations
and policies. This work is complemented by DRSP, which supports decentralization policy
at the national level.

Elections and Political Processes
USAID has initiated a program of support for the upcoming 2009 Presidential and
Parliamentary elections. Working through both international and local non-governmental
organizations, the election support package includes: political party development, election

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administration, voter education, election monitoring and oversight and strengthening of the
legal framework.

Promoting Democratic Culture
Through the new RESPECT program, USAID will work with civil society organizations
and government institutions to strengthen democratic civic culture, focusing on respect for
pluralism, religious diversity and the rights of women and minority groups. Activities
under this program will include civic education, advocacy, engaging traditional leaders,
building networks to support tolerance and pluralism, and assisting the government in
reviewing policies that conflict with the constitution and human rights standards.

Media Development
USAID is currently supporting a media development project entitled “Building on the
Foundations: Strengthening Professional, Responsible and Responsive Broadcast Media in
Indonesia“. The goal of the program is to build professional, information-based local
media that are responsive to the development and reform of districts across Indonesia.


Objective: Improving the Quality of Basic Education
As the main component of the President Bush’s Indonesia Education Initiative, the
Decentralized Basic Education Project focuses on improving the quality and relevance of
basic education in primary and junior secondary schools. Through technical assistance and
training, the program has three goals: to assist local governments and communities to
manage education services more effectively; to enhance teaching and learning to improve
student performance in key subjects such as math, science and reading; and to ensure that
Indonesia’s youth gain more relevant life and work skills to better compete for jobs in the
modern economy.

USAID successfully utilizes public-private alliances to mobilize corporate sector resources
for education. In partnership with BP, USAID is improving basic education in Papua.
ConocoPhillips is helping rehabilitate schools damaged by the May 2006 earthquake in
Yogyakarta and Intel is helping teachers use technology in their classrooms. Partnerships
with three U.S. universities – the University of Pittsburg, Florida State University, and the
University of Massachusetts – and 14 Indonesian universities, are enabling teachers
participating in the program to receive academic credit for their work, helping them meet
new Government of Indonesia recertification requirements. DBE also promotes the use of
information technology for education; the importance of early childhood education; in-
service teacher training and non-formal work and life skills.

This program promotes inclusive education in Indonesia by helping prepare children with
special needs – including visual and hearing impairments, learning disabilities, autism, and
multiple disabilities – to be educated in public schools. Replicable models are being
developed to expand the reach of the program to Aceh, South Sulawesi and Central Java.

In partnership with the Sesame Workshop, USAID is supporting the development of a new
Indonesian co-production of the renowned Sesame Street television show. Indonesia’s
“Jalan Sesama” is one of the largest partnerships between USAID and the Sesame
Workshop. By watching “Jalan Sesama” millions of Indonesian children will be better
equipped to start and stay in school. The first season is scheduled to air in November 2007.

The Indonesia Education Initiative, run by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy,
complements USAID’s Basic Education Programs with a range of educational scholarships
and exchanges, and English language learning opportunities. A partnership with the
University of Kentucky is assisting three Indonesian Universities to upgrade their academic
programs in areas critical for economic growth such as engineering, agriculture and
education. A three-way partnership between USAID, the Government of Aceh Province
and Chevron supports the development of the Aceh Polytechnic, a new institution to

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                           provide quality education in applied technology fields such as information technology and
                           electrical engineering that are in high demand in the region

           Grant range     No information

Eligibility requirements   USAID generally works by developing direct programs with host countries and through
                           competitive procedures for selection of contracts, cooperative agreements, and grants. This
                           approach ensures that all activities are concentrated on pre-defined objectives to maximize
                           impact; and that they are consistent, mutually reinforcing and draw services from the best
                           available sources.
                           While unsolicited proposals will continue to be received and reviewed for funding,
                           potential offerors should be aware that only in highly exceptional cases are such proposals
                           likely to be approved for funding.
                           A valid unsolicited proposal or application must:
                             Be innovative and unique;
                             Be independently originated and developed by the offeror;
                             Be prepared without U.S. Government supervision, endorsement, direction, or direct
                                 Government involvement;
                             Include sufficient detail to permit a determination that USAID support could be
                                 worthwhile and the proposed work could benefit USAID's research and development
                                 or other responsibilities;
                             Not be an advance proposal for a known USAID requirement that can or will be
                                 acquired by competitive methods;

                           Unsolicited proposals and applications must contain the following:
                             Names and contact information of offeror;
                             Type of organization;
                             Date of submission;
                             Signature of authorized representative of the offeror, authorized to contractually
                               obligate the offeror;
                             Proposed funding or total estimated cost;
                             Cost estimate or budget for proposal sufficiently detailed by elements of costs for
                               meaningful evaluation;
                             Type of agreement contemplated (contract, grant, cooperative agreement, etc.);
                             Period of time for which proposal or application is valid. (Note: unsolicited proposals
                               should be submitted well in advance of the proposed start-up; a minimum of 6 months
                               is recommended);
                             Letters of support as available;
                             Brief description of offeror's previous work and experience, both functionally and
                             Facilities to be utilized for the work; and
                             The names and phone numbers of USAID technical or other personnel already
                               contacted regarding the proposal.

                           In evaluating an unsolicited proposal or application, USAID/Indonesia will consider:
                             Unique, innovative, or proprietary methods, approaches, or ideas assembled;
                             Overall merit of the proposed effort or activity;
                             Potential contribution which the proposed effort may be expected to make to
                                USAID's objectives and goals if pursued at this time;
                             Capabilities (including financial planning and management capability), related
                                experience (both technical and in the geographic region), facilities, or techniques of
                                the offeror which are considered to be integral factors for achieving the objective(s)
                                of the proposal;
                             Qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the proposed investigator, leaders, or
                                other offeror personnel;
                             Clear definition of the region, oblast or geographic area where the project will be
                             The realism of the proposed cost; and
                             Sustainability and replicability of the project as well as complementarity to existing or
                                planned programs in the region.

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                         A favorable comprehensive evaluation of an unsolicited proposal is not, in itself, sufficient
                         justification for negotiating on a noncompetitive basis with the offeror. Any unsolicited
                         proposal may be rejected by USAID/Indonesia. If so, the offeror will be notified by a letter
                         with the reasons for the rejection. USAID may not use any unique and innovative
                         unsolicited proposal or application as the basis for, or as a portion of, negotiations with
                         another party unless the original offeror is notified and agrees to the requested use.

                Grant    No information
 Current/past grantees   No information
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Local Foundations

Yayasan TIFA

 Contact Information:    Jl. Jaya Mandala II No. 14E
                         Menteng Dalam
                         South Jakarta, 12870
                         Tel: 62-21 829 2776
                         Fax: 62-021 837 83648

     Contact Persons:    Dedi Haryadi, Program Officer for Local Governance
                         Herryadi, Program Officer for Civil Society and Democracy
                         Renata Arianingtyas, Program Officer for Pluralism
                         Samuel Gultom, Program Officer for Human Rights and Access to Justice
                         Tanti Budi Suryani, Program Officer for Media
                         Sri Aryani, Program Officer for Capacity Building

       Vision/Mission:   Mission
                         - “Tifa Foundation promotes an open society in Indonesia which respects diversity
                           and honors the rule of law, justice, and equality”
                         - Our vision is that of a community in which citizens, government and business
                           support individual rights, especially the rights and views of women, minorities, and
                           other disadvantaged groups;
                           and nurture solidarity, and good governance.
                         - Tifa foundation is working to achieve this
                           through the strengthening of civil society”.

                         Since the fall of Suharto in 1998, Indonesia has been wavering between reform on one
                         hand and increasing injustice and disrespect of human rights on the other hand. Progress in
                         the form of direct election of parliament members, president, and regent/major has been
                         accompanied by the fact that elected public servants have failed to represent the interests of
                         the people. Progress in the form of trial against a number of corrupt governors, regents and
                         mayors, local legislators, bankers, and public officers such as members of the Election
                         Committee (KPU) has been accompanied by tardiness in the legal system in bringing large-
                         scale graft suspects to justice.

                         Progress in the form of the recognition of community radio and the abolition of the
                         Department of Information, which was long responsible for muzzling the press, has been
                         accompanied by an increasing number of business people and bureaucrats that sue media
                         for defamation, with levels of fines that are likely to bankrupt most Indonesian media.
                         Progress in the form of greater leeway for the ethnic Chinese and indigenous communities
                         to celebrate their cultural identity and differences have been accompanied by increasing
                         intolerance against differences in religion and ways to practice religion.

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                           On human rights front, it may be said that there are no indicators that show progress. The
                           death of Munir, a fearless and determined human rights defender that was poisoned on
                           board of a Garuda Indonesia flight to the Netherlands on 7 September 2004, was a clear
                           example of the lack of progress on human rights to date in Indonesia. The trial of Munir
                           has been under a lot of political intervention, and it is likely that the person who gave the
                           order to kill Munir would never be brought to justice. The problem of impunity in the field
                           of human rights in Indonesia is also reflected in the decision of the human rights court held
                           in Makassar in 2005 to free all suspects of human rights violations in the Abepura case
                           (Papua). Last but not least, the protection of the rights of Indonesian migrant workers,
                           mostly are women, is another area that has been marked by little progress.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Human Rights
                           -   Local Governance
                           -   Media
                           -   Civil Society and Democracy
                           -   Pluralism
                           -   Monitoring and Evaluation
                           -   Knowledge Management

       Types of support    Grant
          Grant range      No information

Eligibility requirements   - Organizations with proposed program activities that are in accordance with Tifa’s vision
                             and mission
                           - Organizations that possess unblemished track record during their involvement with Tifa
                             as well as with other donor institutions
                           - Organizations with legal entities
                           - Organizations that cooperate with government agencies
                           - Institutions under a particular university

                           *Note: when the applicant is a coalition, network, forum or of other similar forms, then one
                           of its members that has legal entity should act on behalf of the relevant group for matters
                           concerning grant administration.

                 Grant     Tifa’s Grant making Mechanism:
    cycle/requirements     First: through a proactive approach where Tifa assumes an active role in working together
                           with other organizations that correspond with Tifa’s mission, known as Pro-Active Grants.
                           Second: through the endorsement of program proposals that conform to Tifa’s strategic
                           direction and priority/supporting programs, known as Open Grants.
                           Incoming Proposal: 15 December 2007 until 15 January 2008

                           Proposal criteria:
                           1. Program base on Tifa’s focus program
                           2. Implementation of the program is not urgent
                           3. Proposal writing base on template proposal, please check website
                           4. Base on criteria that written on grant-making process.

                           Matters that should be taken into consideration during the grant-making process:
                           - Organizations that submit proposals for the Open Grants category can keep track on the
                             development of their proposals’ status through Tifa’s website by keying in their
                             registration number obtained from the notification letter sent by Tifa confirming on the
                             receiving of the proposals
                           - Organizations that submit only 1 (one) proposals in one period.
                           - During the evaluation process, Tifa’s Program Officer will establish communication
                             with the applicant. Communication is necessary to obtain additional information,
                             recommend changes in the proposed activities including suggestions on budget
                             adjustments. Communication can be carried out through telephone, email, facsimile and
                             Establishing contact with Tifa DOES NOT imply that Tifa has bestowed approval on a
                             proposed program.

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                           - Approval on grant making is indicated in the form of an Agreement Letter of
                             Cooperation signed by the Executive Director of Tifa Foundation. Therefore, Tifa IS
                             NOT committed to finance proposed activities before the Agreement Letter of Grant-
                             Making Cooperation is signed.
                           - Tifa Foundation DOES NOT reimburse any expenses incurred for previous activities
                             conducted before the date contained in the Agreement Letter of Grant-Making

                           - Please your proposal by email to: or by post mail to:
                             Yayasan Tifa
                             Jl. Jaya Mandala II No. 14 E
                             Menteng Dalam – Jakarta Selatan 12870

 Current/past grantees     - Jaringan Islam Liberal (JIL): grant for Pluralism
                           - Ikatan Dokter Indonesia (IDI): grant for Human Rights program
                           - IMPARSIAL: grant for Human Rights program
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Local Corporate Foundations

Citibank Peka

  Contact Information:     Citibank Landmark
                           Landmark Building
                           Jl. Jendral Sudirman 1
                           Jakarta 12910
                           Tel: 62-21 252 9999
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Citi Peka was launched in December 1998 and program activities commenced in February
                           1999. Citi Peka programs focus on the long-term and aim to develop and enhance
                           education and community program in Indonesia

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Educating the Next Generation
                           -   Building Communities and Entrepreneurs
                           -   Natural Disaster Aid
                           -   Financial Education
                           -   Environment

       Types of support    - Fund
              provided     - Scholarship

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     - Kartika Soekarno Foundation – Gianyar Bali to run MBS program for 3,500 children
                             spread across 15 primary schools in Gianyar Bali.
                           - Bina Swadaya
                           - Worldwide Hope Indonesia
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Coca Cola Foundation Indonesia

  Contact Information:     Website:
     Contact Persons:      -
       Vision/Mission:     The Coca-Cola Foundation Indonesia (CCFI) was established with the objective of raising
                           the quality of education and human resources in Indonesia towards improving social
                           welfare and community development. Education is the keystone of all CCFI activities. The
                           main objective of CCFI is to assist the creation of learning opportunities for Indonesian
                           children and teenagers to help mold them into knowledgeable and productive citizens.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Learning Center
                           -   Information & Technology
                           -   Health Education
                           -   Environment Education
                           -   Creative Writing

       Types of support    - Fund
              provided     - Scholarship

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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  Contact Information:     Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur No. 1A
                           Tel: 62-21-381-5111
                           Fax: 62-21-384-6865, 384-3882
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Vision
                           To be excellent, advance, and visible cooperate.

                           - to do service in energy and petrochemical area
                           - as a professional, competitive cooperate who has excellent value
                           - to give additional value for share owner, customer, employee, and community
                           - to support national economy development

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Health
                           -   Community
                           -   Education
                           -   Environment
                           -   Youth

       Types of support    - Fund
              provided     - Partnership
                           - Scholarship

             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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  Contact Information:     Jl. Japati No. 1 Bandung
                           Tel: 62-22-452-8219
                           Fax: 62-22-452-8206
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     Telkom has mission to give service “One Stop InfoCom” with customer satisfaction
                           through simple, qualify network and product with competitive price. Telkom will develop
                           business through the best practice within optimalized human resource, competitive
                           technology, and build supporting and profitable partners.

  Programs/Initiatives:    -   Education
                           -   Health
                           -   Culture
                           -   Partnership
                           -   Public Service
                           -   Humanity Fund

        Types of support   - Fund
                provided   - Scholarship
             Grant range   No information
Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Tempo Scan Pacific

  Contact Information:     Gedung Bina Mulia
                           Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Kav. II Jakarta 12950
                           Tel: 62-21-520-1858
                           Fax: 62-21-520-1951
      Contact Persons:     -
       Vision/Mission:     PT Tempo Scan Pacific (“TSP”), formerly known as PT Scanchemie, was
                           founded in May 1970 by PT Perusahaan Dagang Tempo (“Tempo”) and PT
                           Indonesian Pharmaceutical Industries. After a reorganization which was
                           completed in 1993, PT Bogamulia Nagadi became the majority shareholder of the
                           company. PT Bogamulia Nagadi is the holding company of the present Tempo

                           TSP initially acted as a contract manufacturer of over-the-counter (OTC) medicine
                           for PT Tempo. Since 1980, its business has broadened to include the
                           manufacturing and marketing of a diverse range of well-known ethical and OTC
                           pharmaceutical products under license as well as its own-developed brands.
                           Following a corporate restructuring exercise which began in 1991 and was
                           completed in 1993, TSP, a Good Manufacturing Practise (“GMP”) certified
                           pharmaceutical manufacturer, acquired its present name.

  Programs/Initiatives:    No information

       Types of support    -   Food
              provided     -   Health
                           -   Social
                           -   Humanity

  Grant type and range     No information

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Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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Yayasan Unilever Peduli

  Contact Information:     Yayasan Unilever Peduli
                           Graha Unilever
                           Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav. 15
                           Tel: 62-21 526 2112

      Contact Persons:     Shinta Kaniawati: General Manager ULI Peduli
                           Yolanda: Secretary

        Vision/Mission:    Unilever's mission is to add Vitality to life. We meet everyday needs for nutrition, hygiene
                           and personal care with brands that help people feel good, look good and get more out of

                           Our deep roots in local cultures and markets around the world give us our strong
                           relationship with consumers and are the foundation for our future growth. We will bring
                           our wealth of knowledge and international expertise to the service of local consumers – a
                           truly multi-local multinational.

                           Our long-term success requires a total commitment to exceptional standards of
                           performance and productivity, to working together effectively, and to a willingness to
                           embrace new ideas and learn continuously.

                           To succeed also requires, we believe, the highest standards of corporate behaviour towards
                           everyone we work with, the communities we touch, and the environment on which we have
                           an impact.

                           This is our road to sustainable, profitable growth, creating long-term value for our
                           shareholders, our people, and our business partners.

                           We aim to manage and grow our business successfully and sustainably as a trusted
                           corporate citizen. Here you will find information on our activities. Move around the section
                           by following the navigation on the right.

                           On November 27, 2000, we established the Unilever Peduli Foundation (UPF). Its stated
                           aims is to become the "ultimate manifestation of our corporate social responsibility

                           Achieving excellence with true compassion (impact of operations)
                           The most important impact on society is through direct business operations. Our approach
                           to managing our social responsibilities is based on ensuring corporate social responsibility
                           as part of our business activities and embraces a willingness to learn from our actions and
                           the experience of others.

                           We are continuosly improving our performance through the implementation of national and
                           international guidelines of business operations including Environmental Rating
                           Performance (PROPER) and ISO standards.

                           Our business operation is more than creating job opportunities, we develop human capital
                           for the benefit of both company and society.

                           Building successful synergies for society (impact through the value chain)
                           A wider indirect impact along the 'value chain' is created from suppliers through trade
                           customers to consumers. We have introduced a code of business principles for suppliers

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                           called the Business Partner Code and implement s Supplier Quality Management
                           Programme (SQMP) to encourage our suppliers to improve their capability and

                           We work in parnership with a wide range of independent distributors to promote
                           entrepreneurship, employment and profitability for local businesses.
                           Answering community calls (voluntary contributions)
                           Voluntary contributions made to the community and wider society, often in partnership
                           with non-profit organisations, government agencies, academics and communities, are the
                           visible 'tip of the iceberg' of the much larger impact of business operations. These include
                           sustainable programmes that are implemented professionally under Unilever Indonesia
                           Peduli Foundation. One of the main activities is building the capacity and empowering
                           black soya bean farmers to be Unilever's business partners.
                           We encourage our employees to share their heart, mind and experience with a wide range
                           of volunteer activities especially with the needy, such as orphans, street children, local
                           villagers, refugees and others.

  Programs/Initiatives:    The foundation concentrate its efforts around four main programmes namely:
                             Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) Development Programs;
                             Water Resources Preservation Programs;
                             Recycling Programs and
                             Public Health Education Programs

                           Four guiding principles to the programs are:
                             Develop programs that are related to our business interest;
                             Formulate action models or pilot programs that can be replicated in other areas;
                             Work together with NGOs, governmental agencies, academic institutions, business
                                entities, and other stakeholders and
                             Replicate successful activities and implement them in areas beyond the original.

                           In the implementation of our CSR initiatives we apply a comprehensive consideration for
                           each of our initiatives. Based on the big picture, we start small to make sure it happens.
                           Afterwards, we move fast to replicate or expand it to make a bigger impact on society.

        Types of support   No information
  Grant type and range     No information
Eligibility requirements   No information
                   Grant   No information
 Current/past grantees     No information
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