In Indonesia, we support programs providing access to education and healthcare. Our grants are currently by invite only.
More details on our grantmaking approach and criteria coming soon.
SNGI is a collaborative initiative focused on capacity building to improve maternal health in rural Indonesia by identifying and managing high-risk pregnancies based on data and capacity building of local key stakeholders to alleviate stunting.
Healthcare • 2022
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The 1000 Days Fund was launched in 2018 as a bold approach to invent, test, and apply innovative, cost-effective solutions to help end stunting in Indonesia. The 1000 Days Fund is relentlessly committed to improving maternal and newborn health outcomes for the poor and marginalized. We partner with local governments to build the capacity of frontline health workers in impoverished communities, in an effort to deliver high-quality maternal and newborn health care, address the root causes of stunting and improve data aimed at evidence, advocacy and policy change.
Healthcare • 2021
282 health workers and 2000 mothers
trained in stunting prevention
Yayasan Teman Baik works to protect Indonesia’s marginalised children and youth, including those living and working on the streets, those affected by chronic illnesses or drug abuse, and migrants facing difficulties in their new localities.
4,667 individuals supported through services such as education, skills training and emergency support
Education • 2020
Ishk is an anchor donor of the Thousand Days Fund, a pooled philanthropic fund established by the Asia Philanthropy Circle to partner with the Power of Nutrition and other funders on the Better Investment for Stunting Alleviation (BISA) program in Indonesia.
Now at the end of its first year, BISA is a USD 10 million, 5-year program designed to improve nutrition among adolescent girls and during the first 1000 days of a child’s life to prevent the irreversible effects of stunting. The program is a partnership between Asia Philanthropy Circle, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs, Save the Children, Nutrition International and the Power of Nutrition.