Plan International has been working in Indonesia since 1969 and officially transformed into a national foundation called Yayasan Plan International Indonesia in 2017.
We advance children's rights and equality for girls in Indonesia. Together with youth groups and activists, we ensure young people meaningfully participate in decision-making processes that affect their lives and rights.
We also work alongside a range of partners, from the private sector and philanthropic foundations to individual donors to make a wider impact for Indonesian children.
Our priority areas of work are:
- Child protection
- Youth economic empowerment
- Adolescent health and participation
- Humanitarian response and building resilience.
Indonesia’s disabled rights champion
Rinja, 17, became paralysed 3 years ago and was forced to drop out of school. With support from Plan International she is now back at school and campaigns for the rights of children with disabilities in Indonesia.