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Share of Total Foundation SDG Funding for 2010-2015

$255,546,724

Country Information

  • Population254.5 Million
  • GDP Per Capita$3,499.6
  • Poverty Rate11.40%

Top 25

Foundations

Recipients

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Top Grants

Top Grants

  • Grantmaker: National Endowment for Democracy
    Recipient: American Center for International Labor Solidarity
    Amount: $943,496
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Association for Support for Female Entrepreneurs
    Amount: $926,879
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Association for Support for Female Entrepreneurs
    Amount: $926,879
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Association for Support for Female Entrepreneurs
    Amount: $926,879
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Association for Support for Female Entrepreneurs
    Amount: $926,879
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Ford Foundation
    Recipient: Wikimedia Indonesia
    Amount: $810,427
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  • Grantmaker: Ford Foundation
    Recipient: KAPAL Perempuan
    Amount: $775,000
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Ford Foundation
    Recipient: KAPAL Perempuan
    Amount: $775,000
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
    Recipient: Coca-Cola Foundation Indonesia
    Amount: $4,971,831
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
    Recipient: Coca-Cola Foundation Indonesia
    Amount: $4,971,831
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: The Lemelson Foundation
    Recipient: Yayasan Inovasi Teknologi
    Amount: $1,999,890
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: The Lemelson Foundation
    Recipient: Yayasan Inovasi Teknologi
    Amount: $1,999,890
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Foundation to Promote Open Society
    Recipient: Yayasan Tifa
    Amount: $1,800,000
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: GWL-INA
    Amount: $1,458,607
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: GWL-INA
    Amount: $1,458,607
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: GE Foundation
    Recipient: Yayasan Mitra Masyarakat Sehat Indonesia
    Amount: $1,117,941
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Cita Tenun Indonesia
    Amount: $1,027,730
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Cita Tenun Indonesia
    Amount: $1,027,730
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Cita Tenun Indonesia
    Amount: $1,027,730
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: Hivos
    Recipient: Cita Tenun Indonesia
    Amount: $1,027,730
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: ExxonMobil Foundation
    Recipient: Yayasan Dompet Dhuafa Republika
    Amount: $1,000,000
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: The Lemelson Foundation
    Recipient: Bogor Agricultural University
    Amount: $991,934
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: The Lemelson Foundation
    Recipient: Bogor Agricultural University
    Amount: $991,934
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: The Lemelson Foundation
    Recipient: Bogor Agricultural University
    Amount: $991,934
    Subject:
  • Grantmaker: National Endowment for Democracy
    Recipient: American Center for International Labor Solidarity
    Amount: $943,496
    Subject:

Distribution of Foundation Funding by SDG for 2010-2015

Distribution of ODA Funding by SDG for 2010-2015

Change in Foundation Funding

The line above represents only partial data for 2015 as data collection for 2015 is still ongoing.

Change in Official Development Assistance (ODA) Funding

Human Development Index

Environmental Performance Index (EPI)

Social Progress Index (SPI)

Distribution of Foundation Funding by Population

Women & Girls

$41,041,152
359 Grants

People with HIV/AIDS

$28,723,677
50 Grants

Indigenous Peoples

$23,840,387
192 Grants

Children & Youth

$8,716,503
139 Grants

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender

$4,214,975
77 Grants

Crime or Abuse Victims

$2,705,872
60 Grants

Migrants & Refugees

$2,311,667
128 Grants

People with Disabilities

$1,416,411
52 Grants

Pilot Country Details

Indonesia is an archipelago state comprised of thousands of islands with an HDI ranking of 108 out of 187 countries. Its estimated population of 252 million makes it the world’s 4th most populous country, yet many people live below the extreme poverty line. Still, in some areas progress has been impressive; in fact, Indonesia is on track to achieve all the MDGs by 2015 except for MDG 5 to improve maternal health. High and steady economic growth over the past decade has created a rapidly growing middle class, and overall, Indonesians have better health and access to education and jobs. But growth has not benefitted everyone, and high levels of inequality remain. Furthermore, growth has adversely affected the country’s natural environment, making climate change and deforestation pivotal issues in the country. It has harmed the country’s natural resources, and environmental issues affecting Indonesia, such as climate change and deforestation, are critical issues in the country.

UNDP Contact

Ade Mulyo is Head of Partnership Development at the SDG Philanthropy Platform Indonesia, at UNDP Indonesia.

 

ade.mulyo@undp.org

Ita Satyaningrum is Coordinator of the SDG Philanthropy Platform Indonesia, at UNDP Indonesia.

 

ita.satyaningrum@undp.org

Blog Posts and Articles

Nurturing the Innovative Partnership between Philanthropy and Business

18-4-2017

On the 9th of March 2017, SDG Philanthropy Platform Indonesia in partnership with Platform partner Filantropi Indonesia, and government and other partners from philanthropy and business celebrated the first anniversary of Forum 'Philanthropy and Business - SDGs for a better Indonesia' (FBI4SDGs).

UNDP and BAZNAS Commit to Harness the Full Potential of Zakat for SDGs in Indonesia

18-4-2017

As Islamic principles support socially inclusive development, funding from Islamic giving - termed ‘Zakat’ - has the potential to play a crucial role in bridging funding gaps to achieve the SDGs.

Filantropi Indonesia: High Profile Launches and Forging Forwards

8-2-2017

With the first Indonesia Philanthropy Festival, monthly discussion sessions, and involvement in international events with the Platform, FI’s global recognition has increased, along with the creation of many new partnerships to achieve the SDGs in Indonesia. In 2016, FI launched the Philanthropy Skill Share Forum, provided capacity building training and workshops, ran educational events, advocacy and facilitation programs, and conducted research with partners. FI looks forward to new partnerships and continued work with the Platform and others.

Zakat Strengthen SDGs in Indonesia

5-2-2017

Zakat has the potential to become an alternative power source in supporting the SDGs in Indonesia. Zakat has a high philanthropy resource potential in Indonesia. Data from BAZNAS (2015) shows that the potential Zakat giving Indonesia reached Rp 286 billion, while the amount of Zakat collected in 2015 reached Rp 3.6 trillion. The number of Zakat management organizations has also increased and achieved more rapid growth than other philanthropic institutions.

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Indonesia Philanthropy Association hosts forum on creating an enabling environment for philanthropy

In Jakarta on December 15, 2015, PFI — the Indonesia Philanthropy Association — conducted a Philanthropy Learning Forum on creating an enabling environment for philanthropy through tax incentives. This event enabled PFI members and other philanthropy actors to gain a better understanding of the role that existing (and future) tax incentives play in promoting philanthropy in Indonesia. The focus of the discussions centered on a government-led initiative proposing a new Draft of Law on Tax (RUU Pajak) that would introduce tax incentives for philanthropic activities. SDG Philanthropy Platform colleagues and partners from around the world have found this to be a critical area for reflection and action. In Indonesia, identified challenges to the current taxation regulations included the existing ceiling for corporate philanthropy’s annual fiscal donations — no greater than five percent of annual profit from the previous year — as well as the limitation on the type of philanthropic activities categorized as tax deductible. Currently, only religious, educational, and social activities can apply to tax deductions, which can prove to be a challenge when supporting cross-cutting thematic initiatives. The Learning Forum concluded with the recognition that this is a worthwhile issue for PFI to continue to actively pursue in close coordination with the Government of Indonesia. For more information on this and other activities in Indonesia, contact Lynsey Hamilton at lynsey.hamilton@undp.org.