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Mahnawati

Mahnawati, commonly called Nawa, lives with her parents in a small house nearby the foundation. Her father works as a...

Arkam Aklls

Arkam Aklls, or usually called Arkam, comes from a broken home family. His mother divorced his father because he was a...

Johan Rosandi

Johan lives with his parents in a small house in Sangiang. His father works as a construction worker. His father has t...

Indrawan

Indrawan or Indra comes from a very humble family. He used to live with his mother and a younger sister in a small 2x2...

Fathol

Fathol, usually called Hol, was abandoned by his mother when his father passed away in 2007. Hol became homeless and l...

Rahim Mustiawan

Rahim Mustiawan is known as Aim. He is the third child of four. He used to live with his mother under very poor circum...

Nurul Hidayah

Nurul is from Sumbawa and has two siblings. Her father was temperamental, something her mother couldn’t cope with, c...

Zaenudin Azhari

Zaenudin Azhari, or known as Zaenudin, is the second child of three. His father works at a recycle company in the vill...

Fatoni

Fatoni, or Toni, was abandoned by his parents since he was 5 months old. His father left Toni and his mother. Later on...

Rendi

Rendi, or Ren, is the only child of divorced parents and used to live with her grandmother. Both her parents remarried...

About Peduli Anak

Peduli Anak Foundation helps underprivileged children in Indonesia by providing family based residential care, education, family care, medical treatment and legal support. Peduli Anak received a Grade A accreditation from the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Ministry of Social Affairs.

“Every child in the world deserves a chance to live a happy and healthy life, free from poverty, exploitation and violence.” READ MORE

Help us to rebuild after the Lombok earthquakes

As some of you might know, our foundation for underprivileged former street children on the Indonesian island of Lombok was hit by an earthquake of 7 on the scale of Richter. Fortunately all children managed to get out safely. However, the shelter homes, schools and other facilities on Peduli Anak's project area are heavily damaged. We are now facing the challenging task of rebuilding the foundation from the ground up.

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  • Van Oord Visits Peduli Anak after Earthquakes

    15/10/18 -  Today we welcome Robert de Bruin & Tara Koole from Van Oord. The Dutch... READ MORE

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  • Update after Earthquake – Rebuilding Peduli Anak

    13/10/18 - Check out this latest video update. We're busy day and night to fix our... READ MORE

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  • BAM Indonesia Builds New Children Home

    12/10/18 - Thank you BAM International and PT BAM Decorient Indonesia for helping Peduli Anak during this difficult... READ MORE