We’re just very good friends | it’s our story and they are the ones who created it!
Kawan Baik in Indonesian means “good friends”! Helping is what guides us in our lives!
We all use this diminutive when we speak to each other. For example for Ayu, it will be “Kawan Ayu”. We chose to call us like this because that’s what we’re all for each other: Good friends, very good friends. Kawan Baik!
It is for all of us an essential element for the success of all our projects in favour of those who have greater needs than us. Friendship moves mountains, friendship is the main element of professional relations here or outside our base camp in Denpasar. Friendship is what makes us happy to be here every day and it is what transports us when we go to work in the field, in Sumba, Flores, Java or elsewhere tomorrow.
Here, in a few lines, are those who bring this crowdfunding platform to life, but above all those who are responsible for humanitarian projects. These Kawan Baik are on the field, they work on the implementation of your ideas, your projects. They do it with heart and great professionalism.
Feel free to contact them any time.
Ayu Setya Wardani
Kawan Ayu is Indonesian, writer and passionate about style, photography and art. She is very involved in Foundation projects, travels and works in the field. Ayu leads projects such as rebuilding schools and works to help as many people as possible.
Anissa is a forest and environmental conservationist who works with many communities to protect the environment for mutual prosperity. She loves to explore and found culture and biodiversity. It makes her open her eyes more and more about the potential that we have and the opportunities we have to developpe for mutual prosperity. If the environment is maintained, the culture is sustainable and the community is prosperous.
Alex is the founder of the Fair Future Foundation and the director of Fair Future Indonesia the Indonesian branch. He’s also the creator of Action for Fair Future. A Swiss national and a medical professional, Alex has lived in Indonesia since 2009 and he is voluntary worker for the foundation since 2008. He knows this country tremendously well, speaking languages and dialects.
Elisa is from Switzerland and she’s also a member of the Foundation Board of the Swiss Fair Future Foundation. Elisa is passionate about humanitarian affairs, also a great professional in fundraising and communication. Since February 2020, Elisa lives in Indonesia and works at our Base Camp in Denpasar.
Vifick is a visual storyteller. The photograph is his language, he works on personal projects with photo essays and travel story output. He is interested in human issues, cultures, social, environment, anthropology and contemporary issues, which fascinate his mind.
Nofi is a voluntary addict in education as well as the environment. Over year experiences in Sumba in the past make her want to go back after the healing process from cancer. Kids and everything in Sumba can’t be replaced in her heart as it is the place where she started doing volunteering.
Gogon is a visual worker. He has managed projects in several fields related to the visual world. With a specialization in graphic design and photography, he possesses a good ability in the management of art exhibition, focusing on the space display concept. He is passionated to social activities voluntary project, especially about education. Had two-years experience in Sumba when he was engaged in another foundation projects for community assistance as the documentary project.
Yosa is a web designer from Bali and also a local musician who cares about the environment and culture in Indonesia, which must be cultivated as the times evolve.