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    Latest Report:

    North Buton District in evaluator's angle Mr. Lukas Bayu Setyatmoko of Perspektif Institute conducted external evaluation (strategic review) for IDRAP's project on "Awareness Campaign on Money...

    BENGO Visited IDRAP Projects October 12 till 15, 2009, IDRAP had an important visit from Mr. Bertold Trittler of BENGO (Beratungsstelle fur private Trager in der Entwicklungszusam...

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    No donation is too large
    and all donations, however small,
    are important!

    Donations from individuals are a crucial source of funding for our organization. Your donation really will make a tremendous difference in improving the living standard of the poor communities around Southeast Sulawesi. A lot people in need are waiting for your help to get out from poverty and backwardness.

    IDRAP strives to manage your donations in an effective and efficient way. Our low overheads and carefully monitored working practices ensure that funds are put to the most effective possible use.

    To make your donation today and support IDRAP where the needs are currently the greatest. Please directed to the following bank account for any financial donations:

    Account Title:IDRAP
    Account Number:1620011113333
    Bank’s Name & Address:Bank Mandiri (branch: Kendari)
    Jl. Drs. Abdullah Silondae No. 45 Mandonga, Kendari

    What We Do With Your Donation
    • Over 80% of IDRAP's income goes directly to program activities, supporting over 5.000 people around South East Sulawesi Province in East Indonesia.
    • 20 per cent of our income goes towards covering the core costs that are necessary to make those vital projects happen, such as staff salaries, awareness raising, postage, telephone, electricity and rent. These may not sound glamorous but the field work couldn’t be done without them.

    What We Don't Do
    • We do not believe that it is necessary to establish IDRAP offices in all districts of the province nor to build up a costly bureaucracy.
    • We don’t duplicate work if someone else is doing it well already.
    • We don’t see ourselves in competition with other developemental organisations; we are all part of the same cause — that of developing and empowering rural and indigenous people.