Tunggadewi’s Vision

To improve educational level, raise living standards and increase personal skills through the utilization of suitable media and facilities, Tunggadewi foundation hopes with these qualities, we would be able to brighten the life and prosperity of the under previledge community.

Tunggadewi’s Missions

To eradicate illiteracy in all areas of the community through a variety of non-formal education packages.
To raise awareness to parents and communities regarding the importance of education for children as the nations future.
To educate parents and communities about the importance of morals, norms and culture to children with the aim to improve their personalities and enhance their capabilities without losing their sense of national identity.
To provide training and new skill set for the under previldge community, especially women, that will enable them to fulfill basic household needs and to enhance education to their children in order to improve living standards and prosperous Indonesian families.
To provide immediate help and support to disaster victims through social activities, moral responsibilities and donations for disaster relieves.

Ketika seorang perempuan teredukasi dengan baik maka akan menciptakan anak-anak yang terbentuk menjadi generasi yang unggul. Karena itu bagi saya “ Ibu adalah kunci sukses sebuah bangsa”

Annisa Pohan
Co-Founder and Trustee


A free children’s learning centre that is dedicated to the community in Cikeas area. The facilities are mainly to educate children and their mothers that come from middle-low income family. This centre is a non-formal education facility with the purpose to enhance formal education, in addition to the formal schools system that provides children with fun learning system. 


Tunggadewi Foundation created a program called “Jendela Dunia” in the believe that education and skills in advance technology will help the young generation always get updated on knowledge and the global world. This program aims to facilitate community center and educational institutions to develop their own libraries and computer lab (starting from one computer and one printer).


Gender equality is not only a basic human right, but its achievement has enormous socio-economic ramifications. Empowering women fuels thriving economies, spurring productivity and growth. Yet gender inequalities remain deeply entrenched in every society. Women lack access to decent work and face occupational segregation and gender wage gaps. They are too often denied access to basic education and health care. Women in all parts of the world suffer violence and discrimination. They are under-represented in political and economic decision-making processes. –

UN Women


“Someone needs your actions to inspire his actions. Never forget, your little broken cake is someone’s daily meal! Care to share you little cake!”
― Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365