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About Us

Hano Wene Indonesia foundation

Hano Wene is a phrase that originates from the local language of Papua (Wamena), which means "Good News"(Hano = Good, Wene = News). Philosophically, Hano Wene brings good news by providing basic necessities for local communities in the remote areas of Indonesia, including education, electricity, and water.

Our Vision

Increasing the prosperity of inhabitants in the remote areas of Indonesia for them to be part of the civilization of their own families, communities, and Indonesia.

For reaching that vision, our missions are:

1. Building local libraries to provide knowledge and create a supportive learning environment among the local community.
2. Providing access to clean water to improve well-being for people in remote areas.
3. Providing green electricity to improve well-being for people in remote areas.

What Makes Us Different?

01

Legal organization

Hano Wene has been registered as a foundation under names Yayasan Hano Wene Indonesia, Decree of the Minister of Law and Human Rights Number AHU-0005943.AH.01.12. 2020.

02

Native leader

Our leader is a native Papuan, and he stresses the importance of indigenous leadership working to amplify the voices of the people in the Papua community. Our leader also has a strong direct relationship with the local communities to help address their actual needs.

03

Excellent On-Ground Execution

Proven track record in the on ground execution. We have successfully delivered 10.000+ books and built 6+ libraries in several areas of Papua.

04

Transparent

We believe transparency is important to measure our impact on society. It is our priority to make sure that every donation creates an impact and we will show it through our annual report uploaded on the website.

05

Pasionate Teamwork

Our team comes from diverse backgrounds. It has been our passion to work on community development and bring changes to the world. We are 100% volunteers thus every donation goes directly to our project. We do not take charge of any fees other than operational costs.

06

Awards

Our programs have been awarded by the SDG PIPE (Sustainable Development Goals Pemuda Indonesia Penggerak Perubahan), YSEALI (Young South East Asia Leaders Initiative), and the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in San Francisco.

Books Delivered

Libraries Were Built

Students Supported

Passionate Volunteers

Our Main Projects

Books & Library

We are build libraries in remote areas, because there are limited access to books for being read and studied. Cunrenntly, we have opened seven libraries in the Papua, west Papua provinces and Maluku province.

Illiteracy

Even though Indonesia is on-track to achieve universal primary education by 2015 (MDG 2), progress has been uneven. According to the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), 32 percent of Papuan children under 15 years of age were illiterate in 2010. This is the highest illiteracy rate in the country. We create a curriculum to minimize the illiteracy rate in the villages and remote areas of Papua.

Our Support Projects

Free breakfast at the School

Children in the interior and rural areas of Papua do not get nutritious food, so there is no enthusiasm to study in school and it prevents them from thinking creatively. We cook a nutritious meal once a week for the children at school. You can support us by donating any amount of money it will be useful to buy food every week.

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Aspire to Inspire

“Aspire to inspire” is a program aiming to inspire others through videos about the condition in remote areas, including education, health, economy, and socio-culture. The videos are uploaded on click YouTube

Electricity

Curently, we are developing electricity project in the village of Illunggime, Lanny Jaya District, click Electricity to suppot us

You can acces the video by click YouTube

Partners, Media Cover & Awards

  • All
  • PARTNERS
  • MEDIA COVER
  • AWARDS

PT. Freeport Indonesia

Jakarta

Papua Muda Inspiratif

Jakarta

We Make Change

UK

AGU's Thriving Earth Exchange

USA

Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative

USA

Metro TV

Jakarta

SDG PIPE

Spain

Initiative of Change Indonesia

Jakarta

TV One

Jakarta

Antara News

Jakarta

Detik News

Jakarta

Kick Andy

Jakarta

The Jakarta Post

Jakarta

Suara Papua

Papua

Valid News

Jakarta

Sea Today

Jakarta

Cendrawasih Pos

Papua

Mi News

Jakarta

Our Team

Neas Wanimbo

Founder & Director

Handriyanti Diah Puspitarini

Co-Founder & Program Manager

Anton A Rumaikeuw

Co-Founder & Finance Manager

Jessica Sitohang

Marketing Manager

Dovi Putra

Marketing

Lodewyke Walewangko

Content creation

Saskia

Conten Creator

Valdo Simamora

Public Relation Manager

Our Team in Region

Yohana Rumaikeuw

Finance Hano Wene Jayapura

Vidya Gabrillia

Staff Hano Wene Jayapura

Ociana Murib

Staff Hano Wene Jayapura

Ibe Wanimbo

Cordinator Hano Wene Wamena

Alince

Secretary Hano Wene Wamena

Ricky Kuan

Staff Hano Wene Wamena

Yower

Staff Hano Wene Wamena

Melianus Sapari

Cordinator Hano Wene Kaimana

Ance

Sectretary Hano Wene Kaimana

Al Jufri

Cordinator Hano Wene Halmahera Maluku

Let's Bring Change To the Communinty

Donate today and support our projects to develop the community in the remote areas of Indonesia.

E-Money

  • +62 813 4466 2188 | Hano Wene
  • You can donate by PayPall Click here

Bank National Indonesia (BNI)

  • Acount Name : Yayasan Hano Wene Indonesia
  • Account Number : 7066000957
  • Bank SWIFT Code : BNINIDJA

Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI)

  • Acount Name : Yayasan Hano Wene Indonesia
  • Account Number : 0340-01-001139-56-1
  • Bank SWIFT Code : BRINIDJA

To donate by check, please contact :

  • Email :
    info@hanowene.org
  • Call :
    +62 813 4466 2188

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does Hano Wene mean?

    Hano Wene is a phrase that originates from the local language of Papua, which means "Good News"(Hano = Good, Wene = News). Philosophically, Hano Wene brings good news by providing basic necessities for local communities in the remote areas of Indonesia, including education, electricity, and water.

  • Hano Wene has been registered as a foundation under the name Yayasan Hano Wene Indonesia, Decree of the Minister of Law and Human Rights Number AHU-0005943.AH.01.12. 2020.

  • The Hano Wene Foundation helps to facilitate libraries, clean water and electricity to improve well-being, in the remote areas of Indonesia.

  • Our projects focus on remote areas in Indonesia. We first started in Papua and will soon expand our project to another area.

  • Join us - We're always looking for people to contribute their skills, ideas and time. (Specifically for ones from provinces of Papua and West Papua).
    Promote us - TShare this information and tell our stories to your friends.
    Support us - Any form of contribution is greatly appreciated, including cash donations and in-kind support.

Contact Us

Location:

Jalan Hamadi Pante, Kompleks purna Wirawan TNI angkatan laut RT 06 RW 10, No. 2B Jayapura selatan Papua 99222

Call:

+62 813 4466 2188

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