Yayasan Insan Hamdani (Rumah Cemara)

Vision: Rumah Cemara envisions an Indonesia without discrimination towards People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) and people who use drugs (PUD) Mission: Rumah Cemara uses a peer intervention model in order to increase the quality of life of PLHIV and PUD in Indonesia.

Yayasan Insan Hamdani (Rumah Cemara)
Jalan Gegerkalong Girang No.52
Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154
Indonesia
62(0)22-2011550
http://www.rumahcemara.org

Co-Director

Deradjat Ginandjar K.

Management Team

Ikbal Rakhman, Deradjat Ginandjar K., Aditia Taslim, Reza Haviedz, Yudi Wachyudi, Anton Djajaprawira, Ardhany Suryadarma, Karmala Wardhani, Yudha Affandi, Melania Yulisnita, Kate Otto, Yana Suryana, Dicky Sulaeman, Kheista Leonie, Yahya Ramadhani

Board of Directors

Hartanto Emka, Sabilar Burhansyah, Endang Rosita, Ikbal Rakhman, Deradjat Ginandjar K., Aditia Taslim, Reza Haviedz, Yudi Wachyudi, Anton Djajaprawira, Ardhany Suryadarma, Karmala Wardhani, Yudha Affandi, Melania Yulisnita, Kate Otto, Yana Suryana, Dicky Sulaeman, Kheista Leonie, Yahya Ramadhani

Project Leaders

Deradjat Ginandjar Koesmayadi

Mission

Vision: Rumah Cemara envisions an Indonesia without discrimination towards People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) and people who use drugs (PUD) Mission: Rumah Cemara uses a peer intervention model in order to increase the quality of life of PLHIV and PUD in Indonesia.

Programs

With a spirit of both peer support and professionalism, we work to: Reduce the harm of drug addiction through a Community Based Rehabilitation Center, a tailor-based recovery program which is centered on individual needs for recovery and personal development. Provide Care and Psycho-social Support to PLHIV, in which we offer individual case management for new and existing PLHIV. The aim of this service is to empower PLHIV. In delivering the service, Rumah Cemara emphasizes on peer-to-peer approach with a spirit of Meaningful Involvement of PLHIV (MIPA). Prevent HIV infection among most at-risk populations by providing them with choices of services including: basic health care, clean needles and syringes, condoms, EIC (Education, Information, and Communication), VCT (Voluntary Counselling and Testing), drug dependence treatment center (in and out patient programmes), HIV/AIDS counseling, drug dependence counseling, HIV support group, IDUs (Injecting Drug Users) support group, football program, nutrition support for children, economy empowerment program, trainings and capacity building, and access to different kinds of services. Engage the general public in activities that decrease their discrimination towards people with HIV/AIDS and drug addiction under For Life Campaign, Rumah Cemara's brand campaign which invites the society, particularly university students to get involved in HIV/AIDS and drug addiction campaigns through developing events including: art exhibitions, musical concerts, social awareness workshop, and other creative interventions. Football Program. Rumah Cemara has been successful in combating stigma and discrimination against HIV/AIDS and drug addiction through football. Our football program offers three main focuses: (1) football for change, which is intended for people with disadvantages including PLHIV, people with drug dependence problem, and people living with disadvantages, to participate in regular football training supplemented with life skills sessions; (2) football against stigma and discrimination, which invites amateur or professional football clubs to engage with PLHIV and people with disadvantages in a game of football; (3) football for professionals, where participants who have talents and the ability to play football can have the opportunity to reach football at the professional level where RC works together with professional football clubs for enrollments.

Statistics on Yayasan Insan Hamdani (Rumah Cemara)

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2010: $180,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $76,000
  • Other funding sources: Australian Government (AusAid) through HCPI (HIV Cooperation Partnership Indonesia); Global Fund through PKBI (Family Planning Indonesia), Spiritia Foundation and National AIDS Commission; International HIV/AIDS Alliance; the Dutch Government through International HIV/AIDS Alliance; Ashoka Changemakers (Grand Prize Winner on Changing Lives through Football Competition). Donor (80%); Government (10%); prizes and individuals (10%).
  • Religious Affiliation: None