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A Decade of Service to Humanity 2008-2018

Author: Retnaning Tyas, Zul Herman, Alfredo Torno III
Publisher: Yayasan Wadah Titian Harapan (Jan 2018)
Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 23 cm
No. of Pages: 116 pages
Language: Bahasa Indonesia/English



Decade of Service to Humanity” is an illustration of the colorful journey of our beloved Yayasan Wadah Titian Harapan/Wadah Foundation during the last 10 years. This photo essay is a celebration of the works and services

of the Wadah Foundation Founder, Mrs. Anie Hashim Djojohadikusumo, who has dedicated her strength, energy, mind, passion, and love together with Wadah volunteers, staff and executives during the last 10 years.

This book also reminds us of her struggles and sacri ces for the people whom she loves and cares for in serving the communities amidst all challenges and impacts during the growth process of the communities.

May this book also remind us all of Ibu Anie’s favorite quote from Winston Churchill: “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

In the end, we hope that this book would give everyone a better understanding of Wadah’s services, done and conducted in all sincerity, humility, commitment, and provide a positive impact to everyone who reads it.

(Retnaning Tyas)


IBU - A Pillar of Life
Wadah Women in Their Community

Author: Bettina Casimir Clark
Publisher: Yayasan Wadah Titian Harapan (Mar 2012)
Product Dimensions: 21 x 28 cm
No. of Pages: 90 pages
Language: English
Price: IDR 150,000


“Ibu – A Pillar of Life, Wadah Women in Their Community” contains an important message as we are becoming more and more aware of world-wide human issues. This time the experience is delivered as an invitation to entice your soul and connect with women in Indonesia’s marginalized communities. It is meant to shift your awareness of compassion as you become a witness of Wadah’s infinite efforts to facilitate Places of Hope and Empowerment: From Women, by Women – for ALL.

This book is a vehicle to communicate the Significance and Worth of Womanhood in Indonesia. Of women being the Co-Creator with Life summoning their purpose and many responsibilities into One: The Mother, Wife, Companion, Caretaker, Healer, Protector, Parent, Teacher – and Provider. In this book we are calledto witness the struggle on their quest while letting go of our judgment. We are called to facilitate and awaken further the unlimited power of the feminine spirit through Self Empowerment. They are the ones who are now creating supportive communities who are inspiring progress and change. We are called to Embrace Indonesia’s Women. 

(Bettina Casimir Clark)

Torchbearers of Hope

Author: Ethel Fong-Chalopin
Publisher: Yayasan Wadah Titian Harapan (Jan 2012)
Product Dimensions: 21 x 28 cm
No. of Pages: 90 pages
Language: English
Price: IDR 150,000

Obor - Torchbearers of Hope

“Obor” is a collection of the personal stories of twenty extraordinary individuals who have put on hold their own future to relentlessly help build the future of others. Without asking anything in return, they reach out to relieve others’ misfortune and work to make a difference in their lives. Their journey is one of belief, dedication, determination, love and perseverance. 

(Ethel Fong-Chalopin)

Trotoar - The Lost Children of Indonesia


Author: Tanis Chalopin
Publisher: Yayasan Wadah Titian Harapan (Aug 2010)
Product Dimensions: 21 x 28 cm
No. of Pages: 80 pages
Language: English
Price: IDR 150,000


“TROTOAR” , the Lost Children of Indonesia” ia a photographic essay on how children slip through the cracks of our society and vanish from our view because of mind-numbing poverty, and our own tragic and selfish inattention. This book is a small step towards understanding and reaching out. Let’s make sure together that it will become the first solid stone of a contribution towards the rehabilitation of these children.

In Indonesian Trotoar (‘Trottoir” in French) means ‘sidewalk’. Born to poor to pay for official registration, many children in large cities of Indonesia are without identity cards.

“In photographing their secret struggle, living off sidewalks, railroads, garbage dumps, flooded riversides, performing in the street, begging or selling themselves, I wanted to show their courage of surviving, each and every day in face of adversity and suffering, yet with that unmistakable sparkle of hope in their eyes.  I feel privileged to have been invited to photograph these children for the first book of Wadah Foundation. I hope that this book will serve as a tool to spread a message of love and generosity towards all the children in the world”. 

(Tanis Chalopin)