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Operating in Indonesia since 1969, helping marginalised children to access their rights to health, sanitation, education, livelihoods and protection
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Rinja meeting the Indonesian Minister of Manpower

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.

Roleplay as Minister of Women Empowerment and Child Protection

Girls in Indonesia take a stand on child marriage

Throughout the country, girls and young people are advocating for the prevention of child marriage to their local and national governments.

Distributing clean water to families impacted by El Niño

With clean drinking water, Plan International aims to reach more than 26,000 families impacted by a draught largely caused by El Nino.

Drought impacts health, economic conditions of families

A recent drought in Indonesia has taken a massive toll on children and families. Farmers are unable to harvest their crops and drinking water has become less available. Plan International is now supporting these communities through the provision of safe, clean water.

I will never give up

Nineteen year old Musri from Indonesia is a wife, a full-time employee and an outspoken advocate against child marriage.

Educating and Entertaining Through Radio

Dominikus, 22, from Indonesia, has dreamt of being a radio presenter since he was a child. Now, his dream has become a reality with the support of Plan International and he is using his programme to educate as well as entertain. 

Breaking Taboos and Talking about Menstrual Hygiene

Periods, puberty and menstrual hygiene were topics never discussed at school and inside the home. That has all changed in large part to a programme led by Plan International in Ende District, Indonesia.


Susan's Story: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

Susan is one of the children in an area supported by Plan International who has suffered from malnutrition. But she does not want to end up like other girls with no proper education.

“Those with disabilities should not be humiliated because we have rights and we can excel like normal children do,” she said.

Our results last year
  • 1,993
    community members trained in gender equality
  • 380
    adolescents participated in sexuality education or awareness
  • 1,784
    teachers trained in early childhood care and development

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Key contacts

Myrna Remata-Evora

Country Director, Plan International Indonesia
Menara Duta Building 2nd floor. Jl. HR Rasuna Said, Kav B-9 Jakarta
12910 South Jakarta DKI Jakarta
+62 21 5229566