Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP)
CARE, like many other INGOs, has been putting in practice its institutional commitment to diversification within the confederation and to the localization of aid and strengthening partnerships with national entities. In line with this, in July 2018 the Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP) was established as the national CARE entity that will continue CARE’s presence and operations in Indonesia. CARE believes that this important step in the evolution of CARE’s presence in Indonesia will further enhance its more strategic role in both the development and the humanitarian fields.
As a national entity not only will YCP continue CARE’s activities, programs and presence, but that as a result YCP could also contribute more significantly in addressing and representing national development priorities both in Indonesia and globally as well.
As part of this organizational evolution, Yayasan CARE Peduli is seeking for committed, resourceful individuals who are passionate about poverty reduction, gender equality and social justice to spearhead YCP’s operations and advocacy on those priority issues.
PfR is an alliance of five organizations who work specifically on the issue of Integrated Risk Management (IRM). The alliance is consist of the Netherlands Red Cross (lead agency), CARE Netherlands, Cordaid, the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre, and Wetlands International. The project is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2011 aiming to achieve community resilience in the face of climate change, environment degradation, enabling sustainable inclusive economic growth.
In this Program in Indonesia, the five partner organisations – Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP), the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC), Wetlands International Indonesia (WII), Caritas Indonesia (Karina KWI) and the Red Cross Climate Centre (RCCC) – combine and strengthen their collective expertise to promote the application of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Ecosystem Management and Restoration (EMR) initiatives across Indonesia. This Integrated Risk Management (IRM) approach aims to protect livelihoods of vulnerable communities against climate-related natural hazards.