About Ashoka Indonesia

Ashoka Indonesia was founded in 1983 as the second country office after India. Ashoka Indonesia have selected and supported ca. 180 Ashoka Fellows from across Indonesia working on various field: health, education, environment, economy, and civic participation.

Ashoka envisions an Everyone A Changemaker world: a world that responds quickly and effectively to social challenges, and where each individual has the freedom, confidence and societal support to address any social problem and drive change, starting from one’s very own family, community, city, country, and the world.

Connect with Ashoka Indonesia

Address:
Jl. Ancol Timur XIV No. 1
40254 Bandung Jawa Barat
Indonesia

Our Programs

At the core of Ashoka Indonesia program is Ashoka’s flagship program, Venture and Fellowship - search, selection and support of leading social entrepreneurs (Ashoka Fellows) to accelerate the impact they create in the community.

For other changemakers who have not been through the Ashoka Venture selection process, Ashoka Indonesia redirects them to Ashoka Changemakers, an online platform to gather and connect changemakers in order to facilitate learning and collaboration.

Young Changemakers

Ashoka Indonesia is also on the way to cultivate changemakers through child and youth year program, instilling the importance of applied empathy, leadership, teamwork, and the opportunity to drive change as the prerequisite skills of mastering changemaking.

Staff

Interim Country Representative, Indonesia

Our Partners

The Swiss Reinsurance Company (Swiss Re) is an insurance and reinsurance company founded in Zurich in 1863. As the world's second biggest reinsurance company after Munich re, Swiss Re supports Ashoka in southern countries in the building of innovative health ecosystems. More information here and there

The C&A Foundation and Ashoka have partnered together to improve the safety and accountability of all people in the fashion value chain. Ashoka and C&A are working to tap into this important driver of economic mobility for people worldwide to continue impacting the clothing industry.

The Foundation supports domestic and international efforts to strengthen democracy and reduce the social, economic and educational inequities that threaten it and has partnered with Ashoka around the Ashoka Future Forum.

The Whitman Foundation explores how to help people improve their everyday problem solving and decision-making and has supported Ashoka’s Future Forum event.

Forbes and Ashoka have a long-standing media partnership in North, Central, and Latin America. Ashoka publishes business-related stories from an Ashoka lens on its own Forbes’ channel, promoting Ashoka Fellows and other social entrepreneurs in our network.

Jenesis is a private family foundation that brings an entrepreneurial ethos and private sector funding methods including growth capital into the realm of philanthropy. The Jenesis Group helped Ashoka launch its US office in 1999 and continues to provide important financial support for the election and support of US Fellows.