We are a network of humanitarian and development organizations, founded by seven NGOs, (MDMC, YTBI, YEU, Dompet Dhuafa, Karina KWI, WVI, PPKM) committed to build an mutual understanding between Humanitarian actors especially NGOs, across differences background, ethnic race, tribe, religion and countries, to campaign norms and humanitarian standard principles throughout dialogs, and developing partnership in any level they were stayed on.
We intend to unify every available resources and turn them as powerful progress for the wining of human life from helplessness, vulnerability and anything that can threatening people to have their feasible life right.
By adjustment of five Humanitarian Forum modules (Capacity Building, Accountability, building bridges, coordination and cooperation, humanitarian standard), we worked to creating cooperation among humanitarian actors, and than make them coordination lines and dialog rooms that available for anyone who want to join in.
A Sense of One World
The struggle to make every people in the world get their human standard life is the unfinished long way. The hard work to get human standard life is such a pursuit of star way to heaven. If we want to run after the star way of the sky which it was seen in the end of road, as hard as we want to reach it, it will walk away. Therefore, to make our pursuit work, we need to put the feet under part of the sky. The systematic way to put the human up to their high level place we call it "feet of humanitarian sky".
HFI adjusted five strategic roles to reach it mission:
1 Promoting value, norm, and humanitarian principal
3 Platform development
4 Communication and information system development
5 To facilitate the activities
To work it out, HFI planed two strategic programs:
1 Organizational consolidation and strengthening the membership both vertical and horizontal.
2 Implementing five humanitarian forum initiative modules (capacity building, regulatory, coordination and cooperation policies and standard, bridging all programs and activities those are related with those five effort mentioned above.
HFI founded by seven NGOs incorporated on HFI member groups are, MDMC (Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center), YTBI (Yayasan Tanggul Bencana Indonesia), YEU (Yakkum Emergency Unit), Dompet Dhuafa, Karina-KWI, WVI (Wahana Visi Indonesia), Perkumpulan Peningkatan Keberdayaan Masyarakat (PPKM). And years later many humanitarian organizations joined Humanitarian Forum Indonesia i.e. PKPU in 2010, Church World Service (CWS) Indonesia in 2011, Habitat for Humanity in 2012, DRR Unit of Union of Churches in Indonesia (Unit PRB PGI) and also Rebana Indonesia Foundation (network with Baptist church) in 2013, Rumah Zakat in 2014, PP LPBI NU (Lembaga Penanggulangan Bencana dan Perubahan Iklim Nahdlatul Ulama / Disaster Management and Climate Change unit of Nahdlatul Ulama) at the earliest of 2016 and Baznas Tanggap Bencana (BTB, an agency of National Amil Zakat Agency for disaster response). In conclusion, up until now, HFI has 15 organization members.
Establish a sustainable civil society.
Assist to create a society structure which is conducive and peaceful by strengthening the capacity building, coordination, and partnership among humanitarian actors.
Humanitarian Forum Indonesia is related with Humanitarian Forum International, based in London-United Kingdom. Humanitarian Forum Indonesia is also a member of Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network (ADRRN) and also a member of Humanitarian Country Team (HCT), initiated by UN-OCHA Indonesia. HFI is also actively involved in National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction. HFI is now also as the secretariat for the Consortia for Disaster Education - Indonesia since November 2014. Since June 2016, HFI is also a member of Joint Learning Innitiative of Faith and Local Community (JLI F&LC). HFI is also one of the board for Disaster Resource Partnership - Indonesia, a network of 10 biggest construction and engineering companies in Indonesia.
Humanitarian Forum Indonesia
Jl. KH. Wahid Hasyim No.2 Jakarta Pusat 10340
Phone: +62 21 392 8756
Fax: +62 21 3983 7302
Twitter : @HF_Indonesia