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Getting to know Philanthropic Partnership for the lives of Indonesian children

 

WVI Philanthropic Partnership

  • Comprehensive involvement in humanitarian programs
  • Realizing personal aspirations: ideas, skills, connections and other resources
  • Realizing a shared vision effectively and measurably
  • Personal experience working with people who need it most
  • Long term social investment


What are the advantages of the WVI Philanthropy Partnership for you?

  • A strategic transformational development platform through the National Leadership Forum
  • Vision Trip: Visit to the program location
  • Intensive communication and reporting

How you can get involved

You can choose to support a program that focuses on:

CHILD PROTECTION

Every child must be protected from acts of violence.

HOPE

Literacy provides hope and opportunity for children who are vulnerable and left behind.

CHILDHOOD HOPE

Every child wants to laugh, go to school, live healthy and feel safe.

Get to Know Wahana Visi Indonesia

  • Active since 1960 as part of World Vision global partnership.
  • Supported by specialists in the fields of WASH, Education and Advocacy.

  • Excellent in integrative approach: Transformasional Development, Advocacy and Emergency Response.

  • Strong collaboration with government, civil society organization and donor.

  • Transparent: project implementation, monitoring and reporting using latest technology.

 

68

Districts

17

Provinces

80.000

Sponsored Children

20.000

Sponsors

Sharing the stories from our donors

Transformation applies to both parties, donors and communities - when we (donors and the community) together respond to God's call in our lives. Learning during the partnership has enriched and changed the lives of all parties. Our donors have also undergone a transformation during the partnership. Here are their stories.

"We must give our heart, hard work, and high commitment, to build Asmat together."

I see that in Papua the problem is complex, because not only the standard of living is low, but also the level of ownership of basic skills for hygiene and health is also very low.

Dewi Makes

Our Experts

Community development has high complexity, dynamics and massive challenges. From the beginning, WVI involved program specialists from planning to program implementation to get maximum results. Here are their profiles.

Vita Aristyanita

Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Specialist

“Her passion for community development brought her joined WVI in emergency response in 2006. She is one of WVI representatives as Maternal and Child Health Movement (GKIA) Presidium.”

Mita Sirait

WASH Specialist

“WASH practitioner since 2006, managed urban & rural WASH projects in development and emergency contexts. Actively involved in developing technical guidelines, capacity building, research & advocacy at national & international levels.”

Marthen Sambo

Education Team Leader

“Marthen has 12 years of experience in implementing literacy and numeracy programs in the Papuan context. Taught Papuan indigenous children before joining WVI. Experienced in leading and conducting design, monitoring & evaluation of educational programs.”

Annual Report

Our Team

Jessica Suparman

Philanthropic Advisor

Anggitha Pramiyaswari

Philantropy Service Executive

Paskah Simanungkalit

Philanthropic Advisor

Andra Sagitania

Philantropy Service Executive

Beatrice Mertadiwangsa

Head of Philanthropy

Liana Goutama

Donor Engagement Manager

Armand Pantouw

Philanthropy Lead