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save a child from
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help underprivileged
children in indonesia

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Rizaldy Syaban

Rizaldy, or Aldi, comes from Sumbawa. His parents neglected him. He dropped out of school in grade 4. The Social Agenc...

Agus Salim

Agus  came from a broken home family. He is the eldest child of three. His mother has to support the family by hersel...

Ahmad Haekal

Haekal joins Peduli Anak Primary School in 2016 as a first grader. He is motivated to learn in class and in his free t...

Aena Faozi

Aena has been raised by her grandparents since she was born. Both her parents divorced while she was still in the womb...

Wahid

Wahid comes from a farm labor family. He has many siblings. They all live in a small rented semi-permanent house. Sinc...

Johan Rosandi

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

Yoga Satria

Yoga Stria is the youngest of three. He lived with his parents in a small house in Langko village, nearby the foundati...

Muhammad Farel Dinata

Muhammad Farel, better known Farel, was abandoned when he was only two years old. His mother decided to move overseas...

Rendi

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

Nining Nurmalasari

Nining Nurmalasari is an only child and was neglected. Her parents divorced when she was a baby and Nining lived alon...

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.

How To Help

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  • Delivering Donations to Nearby Villages

    17/8/18 - Thousands of people in surrounding villages lost their homes. We don’t have enough food,... READ MORE

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  • Meeting with Governors and CEO of Kitabisa.com

      16/8/18 - Right after the magnitude 7 earthquake hit Lombok on August 5th, Peduli Anak... READ MORE

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  • Update Lombok Earthquake 12/8/18

    Dear friends & donors, we have compiled an update (in English and Nederlands) per 11/8/18 detailing... READ MORE