Coming from an economically challenged background, Bu Devi’s passion is fueled by her desire to raise her children. Following her eviction in 2019 and the economic impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Bu Devi is unable to fulfill her family’s needs.
Pak Yanto is a father of two kids that currently owns a small restaurant. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit, Pak Yanto has lost a significant amount of revenue. As a result, he is unable to meet his kids' education fee and basic necessities. With high entrepreneurial spirit, Pak Yanto seeks MAMPU's help to grow his business into one that is more sustainable.
Before receiving help from MAMPU Initiative, Nathalie was not able to pay her tuition arrears which made her junior high school certificate confiscated hence unable to enrol in high school. Nathalie and her grandma also had the difficulty to fulfil their household necessities to the unfortunate economic circumstances. MAMPU Initiative has then helped Nathalie to pay her tuition fees and now she is studying in high school. Nathalie and her grandma are also now able to purchase their daily necessities while her grandma is developing a food business to increase their income.
Pak Kusmintoro is a 40-year-old car polisher who lived in Tangerang. Pak Kus’ income as a car polisher is the main source of living for his wife and two children; Ibu Yuli (29 years old), Tara (8 years old), and Raina (3 years old). During the COVID-19 pandemic, Pak Kus lost his job and. lost his main source of income. As of now, Pak Kus has returned to work as a car polisher and is able to live independently due to the help that MAMPU Initiative has offered
Andy is the backbone of his family of two younger siblings and a single mother. The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped his income as a freelancer and has affected his business adversely. With the help of MAMPU Initiative, Andy has successfully restarted his business and has employed Pak Aris, a tailor who was also impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic