Projects

Children and Families

A Child’s Garden of Peace

A Child’s Garden of Peace is a collaborative effort founded and directed by Dr. Illène Pevec to create gardens where children can play in peace and learn to grow food for themselves and their families.

Badger Arts and Environmental Camp

Camp Badger's arts and enrichment activities serve children of California's Fresno and Tulare County Sierra foothills and nearby San Joaquin Valley towns. The programs help kids tap their innate resourcefulness and encourage them to take creative risks through individual and collaborative artistic expression.

International Child Development Programme (ICDP)

ICDP works for the benefit of children, youth and families worldwide towards a more peaceful and violence free society. ICDP works to provide human care by activating empathy and by building caregivers’ competence, focussing on quality relationships that enhance psychosocial development.

Inner City Schools

The Inner City Schools project provides books and art supplies that are not normally available to children in low income schools as well as clothing for children who are homeless.

Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM)

YUM is an umbrella charity that oversees various Indonesian initiatives, including, orphanages, schools operating in slum areas, provision of food, microcredit, supplies, and education to families in crisis, technical and educational assistence to provide clean water and organic produce.

Growing a Life: Teen Gardeners Harvest Food, Health, and Joy

Illène Pevec is the founder of A Child's Garden of Peace. Read her book and learn about the philosophy and experience behind this wonderful Susila Dharma Project

Community Developement

Anisha

Anisha focusses on rural communities of Karnataka, India, creating sustainable economic and environmental models for villagers in order to slow the flight of families from impoverished rural villages to the hugely overcrowded cities.

The Human Force

The Human Force: Volunteering for Social Change enables young people to experience contributing to the social and humanitarian change accomplished by Susila Dharma host Project. Simultaneously, they are themselves challenged to feel their role as global citizens and agents of change in their own communities.

Yayasan Tambuhak Sinta (YTS)

Using participatory rural appraisal techniques, YTS has assisted communities in Kalimantan to make village development plans and to create an annual village development fund to support local livelihoods.

Pueblo

Oakland, CA People United for a Better Life in Oakland (PUEBLO) is a multi-ethnic, multi-issue grass-roots organization with more than three…

Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM)

YUM is an umbrella charity that oversees various Indonesian initiatives, including, orphanages, schools operating in slum areas, provision of food, microcredit, supplies, and education to families in crisis, technical and educational assistence to provide clean water and organic produce.

Education

Bina Cita Utama

Bina Cita Utama (BCU) School is an innovative educational community in the Palangka Raya district of Central Kalimantan. The school offers challenging programs of study and a high-quality environment for learning.

Borneo International Football Foundation

Borneo Football International Academy provides a healthy environment and quality assistance to children and youth in football training, health…

Usaha Mulia Abadi (UMA)

Usaha Mulia Abadi, working with the local community of San Miguel Atlautla has built a center with an educational project for children and youth. The project was named by Bapak, “Usaha Mulia Abadi” meaning Noble and Eternal Effort.

Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM)

YUM is an umbrella charity that oversees various Indonesian initiatives, including, orphanages, schools operating in slum areas, provision of food, microcredit, supplies, and education to families in crisis, technical and educational assistence to provide clean water and organic produce.

Healthcare

Quest Center for Integrative Health

Portland, Oregon Quest Center for Integrative Health  is a wellness-focused, nonprofit healthcare clinic striving to strengthen those diagnosed…

SD in the Democratic Republic of Congo

With an average income of less than $200 (USD) a year, the Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the poorest countries in the world. The Susila Dharma Projects in Education and Healthcare have been struggling with this very difficult situation for many years, trying to find ways to create schools and healthcare centers that can meet the needs of the people in an affordable way.

Mother-Child Hospital Center of Kwilu Ngongo

In the DRC, one in six children dies before the age of five years old, due to highly preventable illnesses, including malaria. This new hospital well bring healthcare to a community of 42 thousand.