Kawan Baik Indonesia Team

For all of us, an essential element of any successful project is to do it for those who have greater needs than ourselves.

Friendship moves mountains, and friendship is a major element of our professional relations here or outside our base camp in Denpasar. Friendship is what makes us happy to be here every day and that’s what we take with us when we go to work in the fields, in Sumba, Flores, Java or elsewhere.

In short, they are the ones who have brought this crowd funding platform to life, and are responsible for our humanitarian projects.

The Kawan Baik team works directly on each project. They implement your ideas, your project. They do it with great heart and professionalism.

Ayu Setya Wardani

Ayu Setya Wardani

Ayu is Indonesian, a writer, and passionate about style, photography and art. As a leader at KBI, Ayu is deeply involved in Foundation projects being undertaken in Bali and in Sumba. Ayu leads projects such as rebuilding schools and works to help as many people as possible.

Annisa

Annisa

Anissa is a forest and environmental conservationist who works with many communities to protect the environment for the common good. Annisa likes to explore things related to culture and biodiversity. This activity can open her eyes to the potential and opportunities that exist, which can be developed for general welfare. When the environment is maintained, the culture will be sustainable and it is hoped that the community will be prosperous.

Megitta Ignacia

Megitta Ignacia

Hello, this is Megi. Born and raised in Bandung, currently living in Bali. Helping others gives Megi joy, and like her parents always taught to bless others as we have been blessed. Megi hopes that any small actions she takes with The Kawan Baik can really make a difference in the world.

Indi

Indi

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.
Yosa

Yosa

Yosa is a web designer from Bali and also a local musician who cares about the environment and culture in Indonesia. Yosa believes that the environment and culture must be properly preserved.

Alex Wettstein

Alex Wettstein

Alex is the founder of the Fair Future Foundation and the creator of “Action for Fair Future”. As a Swiss citizen and a medical professional, Alex has lived in Indonesia since 2009 and he has been a volunteer worker for the foundation since 2008. He knows the country very well, is also fluent in Indonesian and its dialect.

Vifick

Vifick

Vifick is a visual storyteller. Photo is his language, he works on personal projects with photo essays and travel story output. He is interested in human, cultural, social, environmental, anthropological, and contemporary issues, which captivate his mind.

Andri Nur Oesman

Andri Nur Oesman

Andri was born and raised in West Sumatra, then moved to Depok to study Architecture. Currently Andri is fully committed to creating watercolour illustrations and creating digital content. Andri has been involved in charity work since the COVID-19 pandemic and hopes to spread the message of living together in harmony.

Gogon

Gogon

Gogon is a visual worker. He has managed projects in several fields related to the visual world. With specialisation in graphic design and photography, he has good skills in art exhibition management, with a focus on the concept of spatial display. Gogon is passionate about volunteering at social projects, especially in the field of education. Has two years experience in Sumba when he was involved in another foundation project for community assistance as a documentary project.

Ni Luh

Ni Luh

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!

Elisa Wettstein

Elisa Wettstein

Elisa is from Switzerland and she is also a member of the Swiss Fair Future Foundation as Board of Foundations. Elisa is passionate about humanitarian affairs, as well as a great fundraising and communications professional. Since February 2020, Elisa has been living in Indonesia and working at our Base Camp in Denpasar.

Nofi

Nofi

Nofi is a volunteer addict in the field of education and the environment. With more than a year of experience in Sumba in the past, made her want to come back after the cancer healing process completed. Children and everything in Sumba is irreplaceable and will always be in her heart, because that is the place where she started volunteering.

Bob Situmorang

Bob Situmorang

Bob’s experience in education began in 2007 when he joined SBM-ITB in Bandung. However, he decided to resign in 2013 and moved to Bali. In 2014, Bob took the Doctoral program in Cultural Studies at Udayana University, and in the same year, he joined his friends to run “Rumah Sanur Creative Hub” and was one of the founders.

Caitanya

Caitanya

Cai was born and raised in Tabanan Bali, then moved to college in Denpasar to study IT. Cai joined the Red Cross organisation whilst still in college and after graduating, he volunteered at an interfaith charity. It’s a long story but currently Cai needs a walking aids to help him walk or a wheelchair to move. Cai works as a website developer and takes up several freelance website-related jobs in his spare time.

Debora

Debora

Debora in Javanese, 29 years old and she’s is one of the board members of Kawan Baik Indonesia foundation and employee by Fair Future Indonesia for all local accounting and relations with financial questions. Debora is a professional accounted as she worked about 14 years for a very famous financial and tax consultant in Surabaya.

Kawan Baik Indonesia

With their diverse background and extensive field of expertise, the founders of the KBI have agreed to join forces to help people, who do not have access to educational and health services, due to severe geographical conditions and quite challenging access to their places of life. Thank you so much for all of you for your kindness and support.

Joining Good Indonesian friends?

Yayasan Kawan Baik Indonesia (KBI) is a social foundation in Indonesia that focuses on providing the right access to health care and education for people with less fortunate money throughout the archipelago. As good friends and Indonesians, we have found over the years that the fundamental right for access to health care, education, sanitation and having access to a healthy and balanced life.