Our Donors and Partners


RAJAWALI FOUNDATION ("RF") is a philanthropic organization established in 2010 by Peter Sondakh, the Chairman and CEO of Rajawali Corpora, a diversified Indonesian investment company.

RF is created to promote education as a driver of development and social change in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Public Policy research and education is a central focus of RF work in view of the fact that even small improvements to the design and implementation of public policies can have a positive effect on the lives of millions of people.

RF collaborates with global and national universities, government agencies and the public to seek out policy innovations and work to disseminate this knowledge through education and training programs and forms outreach.

RF provides support for school improvements and operations in Indonesia, including schools for children with disabilities. RF also provide humanitarian assistance to communities affected by natural disasters and other emergencies. In addition, RF supports community projects such as renovation and maintenance of government's public housing for flood victims and disadvantage people, and other charitable activities for community.



For over 50 years, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has been cooperating with partners around the world to improve the quality of living for children, families, and communities – and to restore and protect planet earth.

Packard Foundation funds various programs all over the world, including Science and Conservation Program, Population and Reproductive Health Program, and Children, Families, and Community Programs. In addition to that, Packard Foundation supports many non-profit organizations in specific geographical areas that have significance to the Packard family.




The New Cities Foundation (NCF) was founded in 2010, with initial support from a group of thought leaders from the public, non-profit, research and private sectors – including its long-time partners and Founding Members, Cisco and Ericsson. NCF is founded upon a common belief in the unprecedented possibilities offered by this century of cities – a time when urban centers are driving economic, social and environmental progress as never before. NCS’ mission is to shape a better urban future for all by generating and scaling ideas and solutions through events, research and urban innovation projects.

In all of NCS’ activities, it works with leaders from business, government, academia, civil society, the media and the arts.



In 10 years, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy has become the third best endowed school of public policy in the world, the second most generous and, possibly, the first to introduce a fully integrated multidisciplinary curriculum. It has emerged as the school of choice to study public policy in Asia, offering several advantages to young people venturing into the field.

Its missions are to educate and inspire current and future generations of leaders to raise the standards of governance in Asia, improve the lives of its people and contribute to the transformation of the region.


The Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF) is a key instrument of the Government of Indonesia in reducing emission intensity and greenhouse gases emission through actions of low carbon development and adaptation on climate change impact. ICCTF also strives to integrate climate change issues into Development Plans at the national, provincial and regional level as well as implementing the initiatives on climate change mitigation and adaptation. Through leveraging and channeling of domestic resources and international funds into projects aligned with Indonesia’s RAN/RAD-GRK implementation plan, the ICCTF supports Indonesia’s 26% / 41% emission reduction target.

ICCTF-USAID supported Transformasi on a program entitled “Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of Gorontalo District in Integrating Climate Change into its Local Development Plan” during 2014-2015. The success of this program project was indicated by the commitment of Gorontalo District Government in allocating 10.5% of its budget to climate change aspects, and establishing 24 programs across 19 of its working units specifically for climate change adaptation activities.”