A world where everyone has a decent place to live

Indonesia is a country of more than 250 million people. Based on data from the Report of the Central Statistics Agency 2016, there are still at least 7.9 million families in Indonesia who live in uninhabitable homes. Habitat for Humanity Indonesia invites all parties, individuals, groups, all institutions and companies to actively participate by supporting Habitat for Humanity Indonesia’s programs to build livable homes for low-income families. Through the main program of building livable homes, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia supports the government program “100-0-100”, specifically to reduce slums or uninhabitable homes in Indonesia.

Starting from a decent home, we empower

Encouraged by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity began in 1976 as a grassroots effort in the United States. Habitat has developed into a leading global non-profit organization that works in more than 70 countries.
Since 1997 in Indonesia, Habitat has supported more than 85,000 families to build or improve the place they call home. Through financial support, voluntary action or by raising voices to support affordable housing, everyone can help families achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves. Through residences, we empower.

20 Years of Service in Indonesia

1997-2002

2003-2007

2008-2013

2014-2020

Habitat for Humanity Services in Indonesia

Indonesia is a country of more than 250 million people. Based on data from a Report by the Central Statistics Agency 2016, there are still at least 7.9 million families in Indonesia who live in uninhabitable homes. Habitat for Humanity Indonesia (Habitat Indonesia) is a non-profit organization that aims to help the poor in Indonesia, especially in areas categorized as slums, poor and remote. Habitat for Humanity Indonesia helps poor people by building livable homes, repairing homes below the standard of eligibility, and creating simple and affordable housing or housing areas for families in need.

Habitat for Humanity Indonesia is part of the Habitat for Humanity International global network that dreams to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Headquartered in Atlanta, United States, Habitat was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller. At present Habitat has operations in more than 78 countries. Habitat Indonesia was established on May 1, 1997 and currently operates in Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Batam, Banten, Karawang, Lombok and Palu. Since its establishment, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia, has helped more than 85,000 families by providing new homes, renovating houses, building public toilets, providing access to clean water and building public facilities such as schools, community centers, and others. Habitat for Humanity Indonesia invites everyone to join and create a culture of cooperation and participation of village communities. In terms of encouraging a culture of cooperation, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia invites employees and volunteers to dedicate their time and energy to support Habitat for Humanity Indonesia’s programs. Habitat for Humanity in Indonesia also encourages the active participation of the community in building in cooperation with the government and other stakeholders. This is to realize decent housing and housing through the construction of houses, roads, water supply and sanitation facilities in the community. Every project is carried out in a spirit of togetherness to increase pride and ownership to ensure long-term sustainability.
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Gedung Hajadi lantai 2 & 3
Jl. Palmerah Utara No.46, RW.16, Palmerah, Kec. Palmerah, Kota Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 11480
info@habitatindonesia.org
+6221 2205 6431

Gedung Hajadi lantai 2 & 3
Jl. Palmerah Utara No.46, RW.16, Palmerah,
Kec. Palmerah, Kota Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 11480
info@habitatindonesia.org
+6221 2205 6431

Gedung Hajadi lantai 2 & 3
Jl. Palmerah Utara No.46, RW.16, Palmerah,
Kec. Palmerah, Kota Jakarta Barat, DKI Jakarta 11480
info@habitatindonesia.org
+6221 2205 6431