A health emergency | Laindatang is a village without clean water, toilets, or sanitary facilities. Malaria, Dengue, Cholera, and Hepatitis A are present because of the hygienic conditions. It is a place of extreme poverty, so we categorize this action as RED. We must get to work this month to ensure better living conditions for these families.
Who are the good friends?The Fair Future Foundation team, only a few since we are more than 100 including the volunteers who are in the field. Contact usNewsletter
We’re just very good friends. It’s our story and they are the ones who created it!
Kawan Baik in Indonesian means “good friends”! Helping is what guides us in our lives!
We all use this diminutive when we talk to each other. For example for Ayu, it will be “Kawan Ayu”. We chose to call ourselves that because that’s what we all are to each other: Terrific friends of “Kawan Baik”!
It is an essential element to the success of all our projects in favour of those who have more needs than us. Friendship moves mountains. Friendship is the main element of professional relations here or outside our base camp in Denpasar or Rumah Kambera in Sumba East. Friendship makes us happy to be here every day and what transports us when we work in the field, in Sumba, Flores, Java or elsewhere tomorrow.
In a few lines, here are those who bring Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia to life, but above all, those who carry out humanitarian projects. It is all of us who are on the ground. We work to make your ideas and your projects a reality. And we do it with heart and a lot of professionalism.
Ayu Setya Wardani
Director Kawan Baik Indonesia
Kawan Ayu is Indonesian, writer and passionate about style, photography and art. She is very involved in Foundation projects, travels and works in the field. Ayu leads projects such as rebuilding schools and works to help as many people as possible.
Controler, program leader, Kawan Baik board member
Anissa is a forest and environmental conservationist who works with many communities to protect the environment for mutual prosperity. She loves to explore and found culture and biodiversity. It makes her open her eyes more and more about the potential that we have and the opportunities we have to developpe for mutual prosperity. If the environment is maintained, the culture is sustainable and the community is prosperous.
Documentation and Social medias manager
Born & raised in Bandung, currently living in Bali. Helping others bring me joy, my parents always taught me to “bless others like you have been blessed”, hopefully our small action can really make a difference in the world.
Ni Luh Putu Paramashanti
Board member of Kawan baik Indonesia, accountant
Hi I’m Niluh. I was born and raised in Bali. Now I work as an accountant, but funnily enough, my hobbies are nowhere close to dealing boring numbers. My hobbies include gardening and shopping at traditional markets. I am very happy to see fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers in these markets and I also find the transactions and exchanges very fascinating. Other than that, I enjoy embroidery and knitting, so much that I dedicated an instagram account for these hobbies called @mimpiby.niluh. This account is not only an instagram account for my passion in embroidery and knitting, but also for other little things that I’ve always wanted to do. I hope that these little things that make me happy can be useful for others and make them happy too. Cheers!
Founder, president Fair Future, Mission leader, Consultant
Fair Future Board member, accountant, Communications Officer and project manager
Andri Nur Oesman
Illustration and publication manager, architect and painter. Board member of Fair Future Indonesia
Indira Larin Natasha Bramono
Videographer, in charge of the Production Studio (Epi Production)
Hello, my name is Indira but I like my friends and you who read this to call me just Indi, without “e”. Because I like being an independent woman because if it’s not I want to marry a man who would taking care of my cigar per day and feed me. I am from a little town in East Java, Malang. Malang is a cool place but I won’t live there again, because it’s cozy place to live. I’m a film student in the cheapest film school in the world, I hope I can continue my study and have my paper. But I don’t know what to do, I am too lazy to hear my lectures and do the task from them. I like to work, I hope I will do my best in my new office.
Project manager, Photographer, Kawan Baik board member
Vifick is a visual storyteller. The photograph is his language, he works on personal projects with photo essays and travel story output. He is interested in human issues, cultures, social, environment, anthropology and contemporary issues, which fascinate his mind.
Social worker, Sumba team leader
Our friend Nofi died in early January 2023, after a constant fight against a 2nd Rhino-Pharyngeal cancer. She was 27 years old.
We keep the story of Kawan Nofi alive, she is and will always be part of our teams. In everything we’ve done since 2019 in East Sumba, Nogi has been there. In everything we do tomorrow, Nofi will always be there. Nofi was a true voluntary addict to education as well as to the environment. Over the years, his past experiences in Sumba made him want to come back after the healing process of his first cancer. Children and everything in Sumba cannot be replaced in her heart because it is the place where she started volunteering.
Alyuprayitno Umbu Makaborang
Head of Base Camp Rumah Kambera
My name is Alyuprayitno Umbu Makaborang, but my nickname is “Ino”.
I am currently working at Kawan Baik Indonesia Foundation as a field communication team. My main task is to collect information and data according to the needs of the program, in addition to this I am also responsible for coordination, both internal and external to the foundation, as well as providing regular reports related to the program developments. My place of work is Rumah Kambera, Sumba Timur, NTT in Indonesia.
Board member of Kawan baik Indonesia, accountant
Project manager, mission specialist, Kawan Baik board member
Web designer, programer, IT manager
Yosa is a web designer from Bali and Java, and also a local musician who cares about the environment and culture in Indonesia, which must be cultivated as the times evolve. Yosa is very involved in the activities of the foundation, and occasionally travels to the field with the other members of the foundation. Yosa has a real social talent and is involved in the decisions of the foundation. He is also the first employee hired by Fair Future in Indonesia
Caitanya Dasa (Cai)
KawanBaik.co manager, IT, web designer
Elthon Rinaldi Halawulang
Field documentation officer, Photo and Medias
My name is Elthon Rinaldi Halawulang and I am from Sumba Timur, Indonesia, NTT. I have always loved nature photos and nature in Sumba is very beautiful. I particularly like taking pictures of birds, it’s one of my passions with horses. Because birds in Sumba are rare and almost unique. Taking photos of birds is a process: Studies, patience, nature, and birds. I like to report on what I see, to talk about the stories of my country, my island, East Sumba, and its unique traditions.
For several years I have been working in the context of medico-social projects within the framework of local organizations. Now I work with Fair Future Foundation as documentation staff. My work consists of documenting the actions carried out in the field, but also collecting demographic and social data related to people’s living conditions, during field project studies, by Fair Future or Kawan Baik Indonesia.