Tokio Marine Ajak Anak-anak Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia Bergembira di TeamLab

By: Eddy Dwinanto Iskandar Artikel ini diambil dari swa.co.id Tokio Marine Life Insurance Indonesia sebagai brand yang senantiasa menginspirasi orang untuk melakukan hal yang bermanfaat dalam hidup mengadakan Program CSR dengan mengajak 50 anak-anak dengan kanker dari Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia (YKAI). Puluhan anak dengan kanker diajak  berkreasi dan bergembira di wahana edukasi kreatif berteknologi tinggi, TeamLab Future Park di Plaza Indonesia. Chief Marketing Officer Tokio … [Read more...]

Indofood supports national food security with research funding

By Prasiddha Gustanto. Originally published in The Jakarta Post, Sept. 23, 2017 As a country with centuries-old local food wisdom, Indonesia has enormous potential for creativity and innovation in its food production. Yet much of this potential is either undiscovered or understudied. This can be disastrous for the nation’s food security. Knowing how to make the best of Indonesia’s rich diversity of local food crops is essential for ensuring that the people at all times have, as per the Foo … [Read more...]

Montblanc for UNICEF Collection: Passing on the Gift of Writing

Montblanc and UNICEF are marking their 13 successful years of collaboration that have raised over US$10 million to benefit education programmes around the world. “With a further US$1.5 million pledged this year through the launch of new product range, we are continuing our initiative to help unfortunate children be literate,” Matthieu Dupont, President South East Asia Montblanc, tells Registry Indonesia during his short visit to Jakarta. “This year’s initiative is titled ‘Passing on the Gift o … [Read more...]

Emerging Trend of Successful Local Entrepreneurs in Riau

This advertorial is originally published in The Jakarta Post on May 8, 2017. An important factor in the success of PT Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper (PT RAPP), the operational unit of the APRIL Group (Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Ltd.), one of Indonesia’s largest pulp and paper manufacturer, is the company’s community development program. The program provides support to local entrepreneurs to enable the growth of their businesses in partnership with the company. Zamhur is one … [Read more...]

Peter Carey: A British Champion for Indonesia’s Disabled Millions

Blessed with visionary leadership, Dr. Peter Carey has for more than two decades geared his philanthropic work toward helping people with disabilities in Southeast Asian countries, particularly Indonesia. Now the director for research and development at Indonesia’s Cambodia Trust, Carey is involved in statistical research on people with disabilities in Indonesia. This includes the types and causes of disability, the number of patients undergoing amputations and the orthotic and prosthetic s … [Read more...]

Diary firms’ CSR focus on preventive health care

It is everyone's wish to lead a healthy life regardless of his or her social status. But in reality, many children from poor families living in either rural or urban areas lack the necessary nutrition. Prices of healthy products such as milk, vitamins and food supplements have gone up over the past several years, leaving healthy products unaffordable for poor families. Consequently, many children from poor families are unable to consume healthy products that are very much needed for … [Read more...]

Irma Gold Kunisch: Giving children a second chance

In the past few years, Irma Gold-Kunisch has committed herself to supporting early childhood programs in quake-stricken Giriloyo, Bantul, Yogyakarta, by helping children to learn to value themselves and to imagine new possibilities. A retired German medical doctor, Kunisch first set up a makeshift school for children affected by the May 2006 quake. "As I could not work in a hospital without the language knowledge, I decided to work with children since their language is … [Read more...]

Coca-Cola’s Live Positively: Achieving a Better Future through Sustainability

Coca-Cola has launched a campaign with the slogan Live Positively to reflect their philosophy and plans that ensure all aspects of their business be geared toward sustainability. “We have taken a serious consideration on how to address all the issues that we have impacted to the world’s economy, environment and social. And of course, Indonesia is no exception,” Torsten Kuenzlen, president director of Coca Cola Indonesia, said while referring to Live Positively as the company’s commitment to maki … [Read more...]

Supporting Primary Education

Being an inseparable part of the Indonesia’s unity in diversity, Carrefour believes that the company’s success should not be defined solely by its financial returns. No less important, the success should include the company’s commitment to meeting society’s expectations as a good corporate citizen. One of the crucial factors being concerned in today’s society is education. Lacking of the basic education in a nation can result in a less competitive generation, particularly in today’s globalizat … [Read more...]

Building Clean Water Facilities & Environmental Sustainability

Danone Aqua’s Clean Water Access and Environmental Health program provides examples of how the company has committed to helping local communities access clean water. Looking at the fact that there are many communities in regions nationwide still facing the difficulty in accessing clean water, Danone Aqua proposed to realize the program to the 2009 UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Awards. Planned and implemented in accordance with the necessity and assessment in a number of local c … [Read more...]