Peduli Anak Foundation (Stichting Peduli Anak)
5298 CB Liempde
Chaim Fetter – Co-Founder & Chairman of the Executive Board
Dutch Social Entrepreneur, Influencer and Philanthropist. Chaim has a long history of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Bjørn Dudok van Heel – Co-Founder & Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Dutch entrepreneur with broad experience in the field of incubating, operating and scaling healthcare and consumer businesses across emerging markets. Possesses a thorough understanding of the Indonesian market and culture.
Remko Tel – Treasurer
Dutch entrepreneur and owner of administration office RT Administratiekantoor B.V. in the Netherlands.
Agus Mulyono – Board Member
Master of Law, ICT entrepreneur and originally from Indonesia. He is familiar with both the culture and way of doing business in developing countries. The creation and execution of project plans is his speciality.
Yayasan Peduli Anak
Jalan Dharma Bakti
Desa Langko, Lingsar
Lombok Barat – NTB 83371
Chaim Fetter – Co-Founder
Agus Mulyono – Co-Founder
Martina Natratilova – Co-Founder
Martina got involved in Peduli Anak in its early years, helping with documents translations, movie subtitling, and field surveys. Before joining Peduli Anak full time, she was an English lecturer at her alma mater, Airlangga University in Surabaya. After being married to Chaim Fetter and moved to Lombok permanently, she’s taken more important roles in the foundation from coordinating volunteers, managing the teachers and primary school, to public relations work. She enjoys the freedom to work and improve every department and aspect of the foundation. In 2017, she is appointed as co-founder of Peduli Anak.
Nurdiana – Director
Started in Peduli Anak as a Secretary in late 2008, Nurdiana has proved herself to be a great contribution to Peduli Anak. Her experience working with Japan International Agency (JICA) prior to Peduli Anak, gave her extensive knowledge and experience working in aid organization and social work. Graduated from North Sumatera University in English major, Nurdiana is not only skillful in office administration but also capable of working inter-department in Peduli Anak. During the change of leadership in 2010, Nurdiana became the obvious candidate to lead the course of Peduli Anak to a new era. Under her leadership, Peduli Anak has increased the number of its beneficiaries significantly and made breakthrough progress such as being the only NGO in Indonesia to hold a full custody for its children and took part in the creation of a national social welfare program (PKSA) with the Ministry of Social Affairs.
Indri Widiasari – Secretary of Yayasan Peduli Anak
Indri is a senior counselor and a shelter manager, who joined Peduli Anak Foundation in 2007. As a Shelter Manager, Indri manages three shelters with average of 85 children. She plans work activities, supervises and monitors counselors’ performance in providing the fostering of the children. Besides that, she manages all house programs and maintains communication with staff in the education department in order to follow up on the progress of the children’s education. Sometimes her duties extend beyond the Peduli Anak walls. Indri also communicates with the children’s family about the children’s development in Peduli Anak as well as the builds of parenting skills of the children’s family. Indri loves and enjoys her job as a Shelter Manager and Counselor because the work is full of challenges.
Napisah Trisnasari – Treasurer
Trisna started as an intern in 2011. After a successful internship, she’s recruited as a full-time Treasurer in Peduli Anak. She’s responsible for corporate liquidity and management related to the foundation’s financial activities. The principal accountabilities including forecast cash flow positions, expenses and monthly reports. Although she is very thorough and firm in doing her duties, she is naturally a calm person.
Ramdan Hadi – Member of Supervisory Board
Ramdhan Hadi has joined Peduli Anak Foundation since 2009 as a Social Worker. His main tasks involve coordinating with the Social Agency and local communities for children’s admission in Peduli Anak, maintaining contact or re-building relationship between children and their family, and helping adolescents in their transition from Peduli Anak to family or independent living.
Besides his role as a Social Worker, Ramdhan is also a child counselor. While his work as Social Worker takes him mostly beyond the walls of the foundation, as a counselor he helps children in our homes, dealing with their daily activities and problems. His background knowledge of each child in Peduli Anak helps him to understand and act accordingly when dealing with children’s problems.