About Us

RedR Indonesia is an accredited member of RedR International Federation, the largest global humanitarian capacity building organisation, whose goal is to save lives, by improving humanitarian actions.

RedR Indonesia will leverage the global training resources and capacities of the RedR global family, tailoring these to the local context to ensure internationally recognized quality of services that regionally relevant and affordable are available.

RedR Indonesia emerged from a capacity building needs analysis of the 2006 Yogyakarta Earthquake response. Over a decade or so, RedR Indonesia has grown its capacity and officially achieving accredited status in 2016.

RedR Indonesia hold to the following Fundamental Principles and Values:


RedR Indonesia respects the inherent dignity of each individual.
RedR Indonesia makes no discrimination as to nationality, race, religious belief, gender, class or political opinions.
RedR Indonesia does not take sides in hostilities or engage at any time in controversies of a political, racial, religious or ideological nature.
RedR Indonesia acts independently of national, international and corporate influences.
RedR Indonesia respects the autonomy of each Accredited RedR Organisation.
Voluntary Service
RedR Indonesia is not motivated or prompted by desire for gain.
While acknowledging diversity, RedR Indonesia promotes unity of purpose between Accredited RedR Organisations.


A world in which sufficient, committed, and competent personnel are available and responding to humanitarian needs.


General Missions of the Foundation shall be to alleviate the suffering due to disasters by choosing, holding trainings and providing the competent personnel committed to implementing humanitarian works/programs throughout the world

To improve the capacity and professionalism of the disaster response workers in Indonesia, by:

  1. Holding quality, balanced and up-to-date disaster trainings
  2. Building networks of disaster response actors who are competent and committed to be stationed anywhere in responding to disasters
  3. Providing consultancy on improvement of capacity, competence, and responsiveness in case of disaster
  4. Facilitating disaster response coordination from the field level to the higher according to the need