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The IHF’s Policy Statements

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    The Indonesia Heritage Foundation (nonprofit organization) is strictly non-political and non-sectarian. Values associated with character traits promoted by the Foundation are universally accepted, which cut across cultures and beliefs

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    The Indonesia Heritage Foundation insists on the highest ethical standards, and its governance strictly adheres to principles of fairness, transparency, and accountability and responsibility

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    It is a core belief that every resource entrusted to us is a sacred trust from God and our donors. Therefore stewardship is a very important part of our work. IHF is committed to financial transparency. We are careful to use donated funds and resources as they are intended and we carefully implement our programs

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    The IHF’s Financial is annually audited by Public Accountant Company. The Price Water House (PWC) audited IHF between 2016-2018 with the opinions “present fairly in all material respects, the financial position of IHF as at 31 Desember 2018, and its activities and cash flows for the year then ended, in accordance with Indonesian Accounting Standards for Non- Publicly- Accountable Entities” or WTP.

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    The average overhead cost is maintained to no more than 20% of IHF’s total revenues.

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    Founders and Board of Trustees are serving in voluntary basis.

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    The IHF has about 180 fulltime employees (incluiding teachers and trainers) and several part-time unpaid volunteers

Background and History of IHF

Indonesia Heritage Foundation (IHF) is a non profit organization which was founded by Dr. Ratna Megawangi and her husband Dr. Sofyan Djalil in June 2000 (legalized by public notary No. 5787/ANP/2001 in September 2001). Furthermore, it had been legalized by the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Human Rights No. 12 on the 31th of August 2007.

The establishment of IHF was motivated by the willingness to create solution to tackle the behavior of some Indonesians that does not reflect good character in the society.

The creative economy era of the 21st century is the biggest challenge of education in Indonesia in which values such as creating good character of the nation and promoting creative generation with high critical thinking ability are significant. In addition to that, IHF has set the Vision which are ; Creating Good Character of the Nation, Intelligence and Creative. To achieve that Vision, IHF has established research and development of the 9 pillars of Character and education strategy to develop a creative generation with high order thinking skill and this is called as a model of Character Base Holistic Education (CBHE).

VISION

Build a nation of good character, possessing intelligence and creativity.

MISSION

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    Creating a high quality learning model which would develop individual’s character, intelligence and creative as well as keen learner.

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    Promoting an effective character education (understand, loving and act of kindness) to students in various schools and parents to apply the values of the 9 Pillars of Characters + (Cleanliness, neatness, health and safety).

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    Facilitating the foundation of schools or the adoption of the CBHE model through SBB program for the disadvantaged communities.

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    Facilitating the promotion of CBHE Model by holding training for teachers, module and other needed materials for schools.

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    Becoming the center of character’s research and development.

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    Becoming an agent of change that leads to a society with good character through books publishing, bulletin, advocation, social campaign, poster, seminar, etc.

The Founder Message


Coming into 2020, it has been 2 decades that IHF has served itself to actively participate to develop the children of the nation to become individuals that has good character, intelligence and creativity. CBHE that has been developed by IHF in the form of education curriculum has become motor to achieve the vision and mission of IHF through the establishment of Character School and CBHE’s training. Until recently, IHF has trained CBHE program for kindergarten teachers in all parts of Indonesia with almost 100.000 participants throughout the years. We are very optimistic to look forward to the future of the nation through the promotion of CBHE with the support from all elements of the societies in Indonesia.

Dr. Ratna Megawangi

Founder

Dr. Sofyan Djalil

Founder

Framework of Indonesia Heritage Foundation

IHF Team

Partnerships

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