Gugah Nurani Indonesia is a partner of Good Neighbors International, an international humanitarian development NGO of South Korea founded in 1991, with General Consultative Status from United Nations of Economic and Social Counsil (UN ECOSOC).
Gugah Nurani Indonesia implements projects that promote and protect child rights, strengthen partnership, and advocate the rights of the most vulnerable in a respectful and effective way. We works through active participation of the community and stakeholders in the our working area.
We plan and implement projects that respect the human rights of children based on our unchanging belief in human dignity, under the principle of faithfully fulfilling the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
We stimulate our projects and expand our network by mobilizing the human and material resources of communities in the field, encouraging them to actively engage in our projects as an organized group of volunteers, partners, and community committees.
We conduct advocacy projects, such as campaigns, government policies, and seminars to promote our projects and raise awareness of governments or the general public as part of citizenship education.
" Our neighbors, who are free from poverty, and whose rights are respected, live self-reliant in an inclusive community. "
Every child are protected
People enjoy the right to education
People exercise the right to health
People achieve economic empowerment through solidarity and cooperation
People are protected from disaster
Gugah Nurani Indonesia believes that one of the best ways to transform communities is to empower people. We work with those who are socially and economically marginalized to support them to be better aware of their human rights and to become self-reliant. Whether large or small, all can play a vital part in supporting our work by making a donation. Lets share !
Children in Compang Village, East Nusa Tenggara still find it difficult to get clean water near their homes. The main water source is at Kali Nggoang which is 3.5 KM away and children have to walk every day to fetch water. During the rainy season, there is a water source that is closer, namely Wae Sepo, which is a 500 meter walk away. The water is not always clean. Residents in Compang Village also do not have a toilet. There are a number of wooden cubicles built by residents to be used as public toilets, but there are no toilets. We need your support so that residents and other children can get clean water and toilets near their homes through the Good Water Project. The goal of the Good Water Project is to provide access to clean water and public toilets. Together, let's help provide access to clean water and public toilets for children and residents in Flores!
Back To School program is a pilot program of Korea Peduli (K-Peduli) program, a joint CSR program for Korean companies in Indonesia which support schools in Sukabumi regency to make school environments safe after Covid-19 Pandemi, additional health, and hygiene measures should be implemented for children to safely return to schools.
Through this campaign, Gugah Nurani Indonesia aims to build learning facilities. Together with Gugah Nurani Indonesia, you can participate and provide a more appropriate place to study for children in need
This campaign is a part of our effort to provide children the tools they need to achieve their dreams. Let's work together to ensure these children a higher chance to reach their full potential and dreams!
Through this campaign, Gugah Nurani Indonesia aims to ensure that books on varied subjects are accessible to all children. Together with Gugah Nurani Indonesia, you can take action and put more books into the hands of children who need it.