• Jakarta’s Street Children: Fighting for a Better Future

    Lina is 7 years old. At the age when most kids start going to school, Lina starts her day in Jakarta’s city streets and intersections. Lina is among many children in Jakarta, who lives in poverty and sacrifice education for work. Life is tough for Lina. At a very young age, her parents expect her […]

  • Calling One of the Most Polluted Rivers in Indonesia “HOME”

    Like many big cities in developing countries, Jakarta suffers from major urbanization problems. With an estimated population of around 23 million, Jakarta is now the fourth largest urban area in the world. The rapid population growth has outgrown the government’s ability to provide basic needs for its residents. Air pollution and waste management are some […]

  • RMIT’s ProjectO: Reboot 2011

    I was reading, BUSET an Indonesian tabloid the other day, and came across an article about ProjectO from PPIA RMIT (RMIT’s Indonesian student association). As I read through the article, I was amazed not only of the passion and dedication of these young Indonesian, but also on their management skills of organising and managing such […]

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About Us

RedMission Indonesia is a non-profit humanitarian movement to help Indonesian children in unfortunate situations. Children’s rights and values serve as a foundation for our charity movement.Our mission is to bring real and lasting change to Indonesian children living in poverty by investing in their potential and provide them with the opportunity to grow up healthy, educated and be prepared to succeed and contribute to society.

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Ways to Help

With so many Indonesian children in need of your help, RedMission Indonesia encourages you to join our humanitarian movement to help our children. As we welcome your financial contribution to our cause, there are also a lot of practical ways you can do to help. Many of which cost nothing!

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