Who We Are

Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia is a humanitarian Non-Government Organization (NGO) works based on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) particularly in child rights fulfillment and community development.

Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia is an organization with a Legal entity under Ministry of Justice & Human Rights No: AHU-594.AH.01.04. dated 24th February 2009.

Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia was established by Good Neighbors International, an International Humanitarian development NGO from South Korea founded in 1991, with General Consultative Status from the United Nations of Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).

Good Neighbors International came to Indonesia for the first time during tsunami emergency relief in Meulaboh, Aceh in 2005. Nowadays, Yayasan Gugah Nurani Indonesia has broadened its impact on 15 Community Development Project (CDP) throughout Indonesia.

Mission Statement

Gugah Nurani Indonesia exist to make the world a place without hunger, where pople live together in harmony.
 

Gugah Nurani Indonesia respects the human rights of our neighbors suffering from poverty, disasters, oppression, and helps them to achieve self-reliance and enables them to rebuild their hope.

Core Values

We work in any place where there is a need, regardless of race, religion, ideology, and beyond geographical constraints.
We promote self-reliance and the sustainable development of individuals, families and communities.
We place a top priority on the right child.
We create sound global citizenship that encourages people to respect one another and live together in harmony.
We mobilize and organize local volunteers to participate in developing their communities.
We work in cooperation with our local partners who share their community development goals.
We maintain professional accountability and transparently report on the status of our projects and finances.
We encourage as many peple as possible to join Good Neighbors as sponsoring members to participate in our work

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