While universal basic education is seemingly on track in Indonesia, with a 94% net enrolment ratio for 7-12 year old boys and girls, an estimated two million children are out of school.[1] Challenges persist with the quality of basic education, including teacher qualifications, effective teaching methods, school management and community involvement. A vast majority of children aged 3 to 6 years lack access to developmental and early learning activities, particularly those children from isolated, rural areas.

RedMission Indonesia recognises the importance of education in nation building. We believe that an educated society is a strong society and a society that is set for development.

We welcome more Indonesian children that may need financial assistance.

Nominate children in your community and we will help them get the proper education they deserve

Christina Fitri Febriana

Puspita Sari

Eva Nur Fadilah